What Time is It? The Huber Method


What time is it? The magic of the 72-year cycle: how to tell the time in your life, your company and your country.

The horoscope can be seen as a clock. This idea was eloquently explored in the 60s by Swiss astrologer Bruno Huber. He created the technique of Age Progression and the Age Point, which, in his view, highlights psychological development.

Faye Blake (Cossar) will briefly explain the 72-year Huber cycle method of astrological timing and provide case studies showing not only its relevance for individuals, but also for companies and countries. She has used this technique for over 25 years in her consultation practice and has found it one of the most useful tools in the astrologer’s toolkit.

Faye’s dissertation for her MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology offered a model for organizational development based on this method. One of her papers also researched experiences of clients at age 45, a particularly interesting time, according to this system.

To get the most out of this webinar, have your horoscope on hand using Koch Houses (the required house system) so you can follow along and see how the system works for you.

Pre-recorded webinar available for instant download.

1 hr. 41 min. | Includes video, slideshow pdf, and bonus audio-only version.


Faye BlakeAbout Faye Blake (Cossar)
Faye is a professional astrologer and consultant originally from New Zealand and now practicing in Amsterdam. She has an MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology from Bath Spa University College and is a known for her work in Vocational Astrology. Her book Vocational Astrology: Finding the Right Career Direction was published in 2012. Her Monthly Planet blog explores global themes in the shifting planetary landscape. Visit Faye at: www.fayeblake.nl

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Armand D.

A Very Clear Presentation of an Helpful Technique

Faye explains how to use the Huber Method of timing, as well as the background of how it was developed theoretically. Examples are very helpful. This is a really valuable method of timing to have in your toolbox - at some levels it’s very easy to use, but with a little extra information you can really do a lot with it.

United Kingdom

It was interesting but I

It was interesting but I found it was a little hard to follow.

Shea B.
United States


Fascinating. I had never heard of this technique before. It was nice to learn something completely new.

Sharon R.

A Good Time for Age Point Astrology

Thank you, Faye, for this straight-forward introduction to a really insightful technique. A great beginning, with enough detail for deeper interest and practice. Great resources included for future research too. Sign me up for Part 2 anytime.

Adelaide P.

To me it makes sense,

To me it makes sense, looking at my chart,and the time i am now in my life it helps to see what is going on, and looking back to the opposition helps even more, i understood it very well. Thank you Faye, of course and Tony.

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