Austin Coppock is an astrologer, author and teacher based in Los Angeles, California. He is also the current President of The Association for Young Astrologers. Known for his distinctive poetic writing style and ability to reconcile modern approaches with traditional techniques, Austin's works regularly appear in publications such as The Mountain Astrologer. He has given numerous interviews on the subjects of astrology, tarot, and esotericism and is a frequent speaker at conferences throughout the United States. His digital appearances include The Astrology Podcast and Occult of Personality. Daniel Schulke is a writer on the subjects of folk magic, comparative religion, and occult herbalism. His essays have appeared in the prominent occult journals Starfire, The Cauldron, and Abraxas. Schulke is the general editor of the Western Esotericism in Context book series, and the author of the 2012 book Veneficium: Witchcraft, Magic and the Poison Path. Demetra George, halds a B.A. in Philosophy and M.A. Classics, received the 2002 Marion D. March Regulus Award for Theory and Understanding. A practitioner of astrology for over 30 years, she specializes in asteroids, archetypal mythology, and traditional astrology. She is also coauthor of the best-selling workbook Astrology for Yourself and Asteroid Goddesses with Douglas Bloch. Ms. George is the Director of THEMA: Foundations in Astrology which offers integrated programs and traveling symposia for individuals and small groups in the history, mythology, and techniques of Hellenistic and Archetypal astrology. John Michael Greer is an author writing in half a dozen nonfiction fields, nearly all of them focused on the revival of forgotten ideas, insights, and traditions of practice.