Dr Rheinhold Ebertin
- Category : Astrologer
- Type : MGP
- Profile : 3/5 - Martyr / Heretic
- Definition : Split - Small (57)
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Contagion 1
Dr. Reinhold Ebertin (February 16, 1901 - March 14, 1988) was a German physician and astrologer who utilized the research on astrological midpoints of Hamburg School surveyor and astrologer Alfred Witte first published in 1928 in Witte's Regelwerk für Planetenbilder. Shortly after Witte's death in 1941, Ebertin used Witte's extensive research on astrological midpoints, and a 4th-harmonic "90° dial" developed by the Hamburg School of Astrology as the foundations of his School of Cosmobiology. Ebertin continued to promote astrological research, including medical applications of astrology while non-compliant Hamburg School astrologers were interned by the Third Reich, their books and publications banned.
Reinhold Ebertin's main reference text on Cosmobiology entitled The Combination of Stellar Influences was inspired by Alfred Witte's Rulebook of Planetary Pictures. Ebertin's book was first published in 1940 and the most recent updates in the English translation were added in 1972. Ebertin's greatest and most truly original contribution was his research in the field of medical astrology. A good example is his work declaring that each degree of the zodiac corresponds to a specific part of the human anatomy. Due to his work, he is sometimes considered the founder of modern Cosmobiology.
Ebertin's mother, Elsbeth Ebertin, was also an astrologist. His son, Dr. Baldur Ebertin, is "a psychologist, philosopher, esoteric, alternative healer, reincarnation-therapist, psychoanalyst, astrologer, and author".
List of published works
The Combination of Stellar Influences
Transits: What Days Favor You?
Rapid & Reliable Analysis
Fixed Stars & Their Interpretation
Auxiliary Tables for the Calculation of the Stellar Positions
an English translation of his book Astrological Healing was published in 1989