Ciro Discepolo, astrologer, journalist and writer, was born in Naples in 1948. He worked for twenty years as external editor for the Neapolitan newspaper Il Mattino, publishing articles on medicine, science, information technology, literature, and astrology, always refusing to write Sun sign horoscopes. At the age of 20 he worked as research assistant for five years at the National Research Council, and was in charge of the Laboratory of Electronic Measures at the Istituto Motori, Naples, for two years. He has been practising Astrology since 1970. He has published over 120 books in eight languages – most of them very successful abroad –, and has posted over 1,000 Astrology lessons on YouTube and over 300 short Astrology essays, almost all of them on Google Book. Books like Transits and Solar Returns or New Treatise of Astrology have been bests sellers in many Countries. In 1990 he founded the periodical Ricerca ’90, of which he is the editor. He has been involved in statistical research since he first got interested in Astrology. In the early Nineties he achieved remarkable results from his research concerning astral heredity, sampling over 75,000 subjects. The approach, calculations, and results of his research have been tested by a number of experts in statistics as well as by University professors. His interests include literature, cinema, photography, fine cuisine, and the Sorrento Coast. His website is: www.cirodiscepolo.it.