Alejo López


My name is Alejo. I was born in Argentina but moved to Europe when I turned 23. My subsequent travels set me on a quest to find some kind of language that could describe people’s diverse lives and inner worlds. I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Performing Arts, another in Psychology, and the esteemed Faculty of Astrological Studies Diploma, where I currently serve as a tutor. I am also a guest tutor at the Academy of Astrology and Astrology University, where I also host the Cosmic-Eye Podcast. My academic pursuits also led me to delve into Traditional Astrology at the School of Traditional Astrology under the guidance of Deborah Houlding and María Blaquier. Alongside these accomplishments, I am a certified yoga instructor (RYT200 by Yoga Alliance).

At present, I am nearing the completion of my MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology at the prestigious Sophia Centre and the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. Concurrently, I am undergoing the process of becoming a certified Jungian Analyst. Moreover, I am one of the founding members of Stellium Magazine. Alongside my academic endeavours, I have dedicated time to studying myths and exploring spiritual practices like shamanism and Kabbalah. My primary focus lies in uncovering sacred languages and techniques that facilitate a deeper understanding of ourselves while fostering an open dialogue with the Divine.

I firmly believe that once you grasp the essence of astrology, you are never truly alone, as the planets always offer guidance and speak to you. I derive immense joy from teaching astrology and engaging in consultancy work, sharing my passion and knowledge with others.

Why do I believe in the power of uncertainty?

Liminal beings are ambiguous. They can't easily be categorized as they live at the thresholds, where change happens. I believe I can be considered a liminal creature. I have been to faraway places like New Zealand, Patagonia, Iceland, Japan and Antarctica. As a traveller, I have often experienced life from a foreigner's perspective. In fact, I feel that I do not fully belong anywhere (not even in my home town!). Strangely, I simultaneously hold both a sense of familiarity and alienation to so many different places around the globe. And while I can feel at home everywhere, I have not found a place to settle. I was raised under the catholic faith during primary school but then in high school, I was taken to an institution highly valued for its educative syllabus which was based on the ideals of the enlightenment: science, rationality and secularism. So I grew up in an environment where both logic and intuition were encouraged, both mysticism and reason. Again, liminality was expressed in my upbringing. Liminality has also manifested in my sexuality. Though homosexuality is further accepted, non-heteronormative behaviours are still considered somewhat deviant. Finally, I have held ambiguous roles in my profession as well. In spiritual environments, I would defend the possibilities of reason, while when performing rational tasks, I would hold onto intuition. In conclusion, liminality has been expressed in many areas of my life: my sense of home and belonging, my education and upbringing, my relationship and sexuality and my vocational choices.  

Furthermore, I had to go through my own dark night of the soul, getting swallowed by the mud, yet hoping to survive. These moments of crisis have pushed me to liminal stages in which the uncertainty of the result was somewhat intoxicating. Yet, in darkness, I discovered light. In weakness, I found strength. These are the experiences that made me who I am.

That is why I believe in a liminal cosmos, a power that pushes us to a space of uncertainty which may allow us to creatively develop our true and unique sense of self.

Conferences and talks (Some of them)

Fight your dragons: the astrology of the hero’s journeys, Annual Conference by Astrologische Associatie (the Astrological Association in Holland), 2022 

The Astrology of Hope, Summer School by the Faculty of Astrological Studies, 2022

The Astrology of Happiness, The Astrology of Body, Mind and Spirit, Academy of Astrology, 2022

When Place reflects your soul and the practice of astrocartography,  Aquarius Severn, 2022

The Astrological Consultation, ISAR, Jan 2022.

Using the Progressed Moon to Develop Your Emotional Self, at Embracing the Community: A Celebration of Astrologies by The London School Of Astrology and Synchronicity University,  2021

Zodiac vs. House Placement Interpretation, AFAN, 2021

Sexuality and Human Relationships, at Understanding the past, embracing de future by Mayo School of Astrology and London School of Astrology, 2021

The Astrology of Forgiveness, Annual Conference by the Astrological Association of Great Britain, 2021

Astrology as an Art, Annual Conference by the Astrological Association of Great Britain, 2021

The Consultation, NORWAC, Seattle, USA, 2020

The Millennial Paradox, Annual Conference by the Astrological Association of Great Britain, 2019


Astrology as a light that shines in the dark or the quest for hope in this time of chaos, originally published in Spanish in Stellium Magazine, Dec. 2020,

Millennials: the lazy, the rebels, the narcissists, the saviours, in Watkins Mind Body Spirit 61, Spring 2020

The Millennial Paradox: how narcissists may save the world, in The Mountain Astrologer 203, Feb-March 2019

The Importance of Astrology (Writing competition held by the Astrological Association of Great Britain). Article published on the astrological journal and

A feminist stand in astrology, in the Writing Corner at the Faculty of Astrological Studies, ed. by Stevi Gaydon, 2017.

I, in the Writing Corner at the Faculty of Astrological Studies, ed. by Stevi Gaydon, 2017.