From Robert P. Blaschke:
“It is my opinion that, when Uranus ingresses into Pisces in 2003–4, the profession of astrology may reach levels of solidarity not seen since the 1920’s. The young Charles E.O. Carter, at that time assuming the presidency of the Astrological Lodge of the Theosophical Society in London (upon the death of Alan Leo), led our profession to a level of impeccable dignity through the gentlemanly qualities, combined with the deep spiritual wisdom found in his work.
The legacy left behind by C.E.O. Carter, incontrovertibly the finest astrologer of the 20th century, was his brilliant intelligence and the honorable regard for his colleagues which graced his work. If there were to be a role model for the young self-employed astrologer to emulate, it would be Carter. He was the best, and much of present-day astrology’s interpretive knowledge has evolved from his labors.
From his pen, during the last sojourn of Uranus through Pisces, flowed some of the most exalted books in astrological literature…”
Robert P. Blaschke, Astrology: A Language of Life. Volume III – A Handbook for the Self-Employed Astrologer (ISBN 0-9668978-2-X) Earthwalk, Ashland, 2002.
Above extract from Chapter Eight ‘Participating in the Astrological Community: Referrals & Professional Courtesy to Colleagues’