“Astrology is a Language. If you understand this language, The Sky Speaks to You.”

                                                                            —Dane Rudhyar

We are the people who…identify, catalogue, digitize, and preserve astrological and related research, writing, recordings, and videos to promote continued availability of such important research & knowledge for the education of current & future generations.


We offer you a worldwide catalogue of astrological treasures at your fingertips to access one of the most thorough astrology libraries in the world.

Our team includes professional astrologers and librarians who spend hours finding and digitizing all the material to make it accessible to you. 

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Over the years we have collected amazing information of astrology literacy around the world. We want to facilitate access to that bibliography so ​you can access the most rare books and papers from the comfort of your home, your office, or wherever you may be. And, if you have research papers, books, articles that you have written and for which you have permission to upload, we’d love to upload those to the site as well.

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The purpose of the Alexandria iBase Project is to provide a well categorized catalogue of the bibliography for astrologers and amateurs.  We strive to provide you an easy access to all the resources.  Perhaps by looking through our catalogue of books you can find a location where you can either find it or order it online.  

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We believe astrology is essential to our lives. This is why we have been collecting data for over 5 years for all of you who may practice astrology or a simplify interested in learning more about it. Providing access to knowledgeable bibliography will help educate individuals and interest them more in the world of astrology.

Georgia Stathis



Georgia Stathis (www.starcycles.com)specializes in business and natal astrology since 1977 with a strong background in investment and real estate. She holds a B.S. degree from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and an M.B.A. from Pepperdine University. She is both an investor and a consulting astrologer and is author of Business Astrology 101: Weaving the Web Between Business and Myth  and her brand new book entitled Pushing through Time: Synodic Cycles and their Developing Phases   (both available through Amazon.com).

Georgia is a contributor to various professional journals, writes her own weekly column at www.starcycles.com and teaches many classes internationally. She team taught the undergraduate program at Kepler College and currently will be writing for the 2021 Midheaven Magazine.

Other online schools for which she teaches are Mayo School of Astrology, Breaking down the Borders and Astro Summit as well as conferences such as NCGR, ISAR, OPA, and UAC. She spends a lot of time doing research and writes a FREE newsletter for those who sign up at her website www.starcycles.com  . She is a board member of  the National Hellenic Museum in Chicago is also the current chairwoman and one of the founders (with Urania Trust and Kepler) of the newly formed Alexandria iBase Project, whose mission is to preserve astrological literature for our peers for the future, a 501 C3 non-profit foundation, more information can be found at www.alexibase.org

Anne Beversdorf



Anne Beversdorf received her BA magna cum laude, from University of Texas at Austin, and her Masters of Library and Information Science at Indiana University.  Her first decade of work was as sole librarian of three special-libraries, after which she owned an educational software business.  When Pluto squared her Sun she walked away from all of that to practice astrology, both western and Vedic.  In 2016 she joined the Alexandria iBase project as founding librarian, applying her knowledge of astrology to the subject catalog of the AstroCat database. Still a counselling astrologer, Anne is author of Vedic Secrets to Happiness (offering self-diagnosis and appropriate Vedic astrological remedies), the editor of several poetry books, and spends her spare time with textile arts and classical music.


 Anne has received a Lifetime Achievement Award (for astrology) from Marquis’ Who’s Who where she has been listed for decades, and has recently been an honored speaker at an International Astrology Conference in India (February 2020). She has read at nearly 20,000 charts since 1993 and has frequently published articles in The Mountain Astrologer, IAM (International Astrological Magazine), and a dozen others astrology periodicals, large and small. Anne has lectured internationally for small groups and large conferences and has a global clientele. 

Nancy Baar



Nancy Baar began her library career at Southern Oregon University where she worked in the Circulation Department for 14 years. Her position included a variety of tasks including bookkeeping, training students, web revision, and cataloging documents.  She was also able to use her background as an artist to create posters for library events. 


Life circumstances led Nancy to other career choices but her heart was always back at the library.  When she heard about the position with the Alexandria iBase Project, the timing could not have been better. The Covid pandemic had just led to the necessity of a career change, so she jumped at the chance to work for this great organization, and has felt like the stars have been aligned ever since!

Anna Grzeszkiewicz



Anna Grzeszkiewicz earned her Masters in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University and has worked for a variety of libraries for over 30 years. Most of those were as an Academic Librarian with a focus on Research Services and Instruction. After retiring from Southern Oregon University (but still working part-time), she was presented with an opportunity to join a special library project focusing on the field of Astrology.


Joining the Alexandria iBase Project team was an ideal next step in her career. It combined her interest in the How and Why of existence and offered a chance to apply her experience to cataloging, a "behind the scenes" specialty in library work. 

Enid Newberg



Enid Newberg, MA Whole Systems Design. Enid has been a librarian, astrologer, childbirth educator, paralegal, IT and web developer and trainer, entrepreneur, administrator, and teacher.


In 1993, Enid became involved in the dream of creating an academic college where astrology would be openly taught and joined the board of Kepler College. She was president of the College as it opened from 2000-2001 and again from 2007-2019.  In 2013, her interest in preserving and expanding an understanding of our astrological heritage led her to help establish the Alexandria iBase Project.


Enid particularly enjoys introducing students to the dynamic aliveness of an astrological chart. She is also fascinated by astrology's history and philosophy as well as its intersection with magic, spirituality, and culture.

Christeen Skinner



A practicing astrologer for more than 30 years, Christeen Skinner has been looking at planetary pictures since she was nine years old. She is fascinated by the correlation between particular planetary formations and events on earth. Measuring the apparent links between these pictures and financial markets pleases her immensely. She is deeply committed to the development of greater understanding of the potential of astrology and supportive of those researching links between the planets and trends in music, architecture and politics.

Christeen is a well respected teacher and key player on the astrology speaking circuit, lecturing at conferences in Chicago, Philadelphia, St Petersburg, Cambridge, Ft Lauderdale, Toronto and throughout the UK. In 2004 ‘The Financial Universe’ was published and later this year her latest book ‘Exploring the Financial Universe’ will be published.


The first time I heard about The Alexandria iBase was at a Georgia Stathis conference at the last UAC in Chicago where she talked to us about this great project. I had not used it until this year that I am doing research on serial killers for a conference that I will give in AstroMéxico, and thanks to this database I was able to identify quite a lot of bibliography on this topic, which was excellent for my analysis. Now I use The Alexandria iBase to discover more texts and authors on other topics. I found it very easy to use, and I love that each book has an index of themes, so I find it ideal for anyone interested in learning more about Astrology. 


- Ana Polanco, Mexico City.