T Pat Davis
- Category : 1927-births
- Type : GE
- Profile : 3/5 - Martyr / Heretic
- Definition : Split - Small (2,10,20,35,46)
- Incarnation Cross : RAX The Four Ways 4
American astrologer, teacher, lecturer and author, T. Pat was devoted to research, spending long hours in tireless study of the combination of heliocentric and geocentric astrology, taking the unconventional approach of combining the two. She wrote extensively about heliocentric and its effect on mundane charts of public events while still showing a extra dimension in natal horoscopes. Her wide range of findings, thoroughly documented, were published in many articles with her first book "Astrologer's Condensed Manual," in 1972. "Sexual Assaults: Pre-Identifying Those Vulnerable" was released in 1978. In 1991, Aquarius Workshops presented her with the Robert Jansky Award for Research and Leadership.
T. Pat was introduced to astrology in the late '30s and within a few years was arguing the merits of the study with her physics professor. She began to teach c. 1960 and had a counseling practice and bookstore which she closed in August 1984 to devote her entire emphasis on applied astrological research. Her eclectic interests included retrograde and stationary planets, sexual assaults, missing kids, inventors, victims, criminals, financial markets, politics, degree areas and techniques.
She was an early proponent of standards of birth data and the proper sourcing of data.
T. Pat was a member of the American Federation of Astrologers and conducted workshops at conventions.
She and her husband, Jack, were long-time residents of Peoria, Illinois before retiring to Florida. Somewhat prickly as she aged, Pat was increasingly impatient with astrologers whose discipline was unprofessional and she began to turn more toward the calm beauty of tending her garden.
T. Pat died on 1/20/2001, 10:45 PM EST, Orlando, FL from complications after an attack of congestive heart failure suffered approximately 11/29/2000. She died ten days short of her 74th birthday.