About

Based in Cape Town South Africa, our dynamic association informs and inspires astrological activity. We strive to promote and publicize matters of interest to the astrological community and an ever-widening spectrum of the public by providing a regular platform for speakers, networking and publicizing all relevant astrological activity in South Africa.

We are a non-profit, non-sectarian and non-political body formed in 1989 to further and promote astrology in South Africa. We represent a body of student and professional astrologers, and those interested in astrology.

OUR MISSION

The CAA was established in 1989 as a network of astrologers and for those interested in astrology, with a mission to promote to a widening sector of the public and to assist fellow members to continually broaden their knowledge in all astrological matters.

In order to keep this mission as relevant as possible, we are interested to learn what astrological themes, in particular, are currently of interest to you or in which directions the astrological path is leading you. These insights will help us (the CAA) to promote greater acceptance and understanding of the value of astrology in contemporary society.

THE CAA MONTHLY MEETINGS & TALKS

The monthly meetings on the last Sunday of the month have become a special highlight of both astrological learning and social interaction, held in various locations over the years. With the sudden change of events in 2020 these special gatherings could be no more and the transition to online meetings was successfully made. Since then the CAA hosts Zoom Meetings and has thus been able to invite speakers and participants from other areas in South Africa and beyond.

THE CAA LIBRARY & SHAMBALLA CAPE POINT

Our precious and well stocked library is still available at Shamballa, where the monthly meetings were held over the last years. We hope to be back there soon!

THE CAA COMMITTEE

Many well-known Cape Town astrologers have served on the CAA committee over the years.  From 2022 a new committee is taking the CAA forward, hoping to combine both online and personal meetings, as the world slowly starts to open up again.