About me

Hi there, I’m Azur!

I study astrology, with a focus on ancient techniques of the Hellenistic tradition. I’m an alumni of the Hellenistic Astrology Course by Chris Brennan.

I’m passionate about the history of astrology, time-lord techniques, fixed stars in parans, the study of patterns and cycles in natal and mundane astrology, as well as one-on-one counseling, sociology and psychotraumatology. I definitely strive to have a trauma-informed practice, drawing on works by Pete Walker, Bessel Van Der Kolk, bell hooks, among others.

As for astrology, I greatly appreciate the work of Chris Brennan, Leisa Schaim, Demetra George, Austin Coppock, Bernadette Brady, Chani Nicholas, Diana Rose Harper, Kirah Tabourn, Michael J. Morris, Amaya Rourke, Òscar Moisés Díaz. I’m hungry for a practice of astrology that reflects the diversity of our world. My approach is infused with my knowledge & interest in disability studies, queer studies and feminist theory, and supporting other marginalised people is in my top priorities.

I hold astrology in high regard as a tool of introspection as well as prediction, and more generally as a way to connect with the cosmos. The way studying the stars reflects and informs our lives never ceases to blow my mind and it makes me feel seen in such a precious way.

I don’t think determinism is a synonym for being fatalistic, condemning us to inertia. I also don’t think astrology should mean essentialism, depolitisation or a reductive view of the world. In any case, I try to make sure it isn’t the case in my practice.

My purpose with the website is primarily to cater to French-speakers because there are very little resources available in French about ancient traditions of astrology. However, I’m available for consultations in English, and I’m in the process of translating my services page and intake form. Stay tuned!

I’m a member of the Association for Young Astrologers, and always curious and enthusiastic to get to know fellow astrologers.

You can support my work financially by making a donation here if you wish.

I use they/them pronouns.

The portrait on top left is by Mrs Krobb.