Fertility Astrology: A Modern Medieval Textbook

Nicola Smuts-Allsop


Despite incredible and previously undreamed-of advances in modern medicine, for many women the issue of infertility remains a heart-breaking reality. Using a combination of traditional and modern astrological techniques, the author has delved deeply into the charts of hundreds of infertile women, and in many cases has unravelled what might be at the root of the problem. Sometimes it’s a matter of location or timing, or it could be psychological issues in the relationship that are causing the block; whatever the reason, the author works closely with the couple – and often the medical profession – to produce results that are frequently positive where there has been no hope before.

Although this is an advanced textbook for astrologers, the human element of the case histories is nothing short of inspiring, and from that perspective can be enjoyed by readers with no knowledge of astrology.

Please note that in a few early copies of the book the table of Dorothean Triplicities on p.30 was incorrect. Here is the correct version:

Weight 300 g
  • ISBN 13: 9781910531259

Nicola Smuts-Allsop is a consulting astrologer living in the United Kingdom. Originally from South Africa, she completed her first studies at the Rod Suskin School of Astrology in Cape Town, and completed a Diploma in Medieval Astrology with AstroLogos in the UK. Nicola has recently graduated from Canterbury Christ Church University, with a Master’s Degree in Myth, Cosmology and The Sacred.

Nicola has specialised in this field and has undergone fertility treatment herself. She is a mother of two adult children and
can empathise and understand the pain and the desperation of trying to conceive. She lectures internationally on her fertility work and her research and methods in this field are pioneering and unique. Her success in diagnosing fertility issues in charts and finding potentially fertile times to try In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) and other reproductive treatments has been published in The Sunday Times (London), The London Times, and The Daily Mail. Her work has also been featured on national television (Free Spirit, Top Billing) in South Africa.