Mr. Sedgwick began his study of astrology in 1969 while serving in the U.S. Navy. Since that time, astrology has become a main focus of his life. He has been consulting professionally since 1975, and established his career as a full-time astrologer in 1981. Mr. Sedgwick has lectured internationally and has conducted classes at several United Astrology Congresses and American Federation of Astrologers conventions. He has also presented lectures for the American Institute of Astrology, International Society for Astrological Research, National Council of Geocosmic Research and many other regional conferences. His expertise extends beyond astrology into metaphysics and parapsychology, and he has also been involved in an extensive research project dealing with paranormal photography. A researcher by nature, Mr. Sedgwick has investigated the astrological signatures of aviation disasters and has intensively explored the effects of galactic phenomena on astrology; he is also an astrological authority on the Comet Halley. His latest research involves the investigation of the unusual Centaur and trans-Neptunian objects invading our solar system from the depths of space. He authored three books now in print: The Astrology of Transcendence, The Astrology of Deep Space and The Sun at the Center -- A Primer of Heliocentric Astrology. He was a contributing writer for Llewellyn's Sun Sign Guide 1986, 1988 and 1989 and for Spiritual, Metaphysical & New Trends in Modern Astrology. Philip Sedgwick has appeared on many radio and TV stations throughout the country, and has been featured in many newspapers for his work with corporate astrological consulting.