Professional astrologer since 1986
Doctor of astrology (1991)
NCGR member and Level III certification (1995)
Creator of the qualitative method of natal chart reconstruction (1996)
Boris Izraitel was born in Moscow (Russia) in 1960. A graduate of the Moscow Telecommunication College with a Master’s degree in Telemechanics and Guide-Control Electronics, Boris since 1982 was engaged in designing of signal sorting equipment for Medical Industry.
In 1979 he became interested in astrology and in 1982 joined a group led by Mikhail Levin (now – the rector of Moscow Academy of Astrology)
In 1990 Boris participated in the creation of the Moscow Academy of Astrology and later on he was engaged in the formation of the Higher School of Classical Astrology.
President of the Russian Astrology Center from 1992 to 1994, member of the Professional Council of the Moscow Union of astrologers from 1990 to 1996. From 1991 to 2003, he was the editor-in-chief of the «Russian Astrology Journal».
Author of more than 150 articles, many of which have been translated into English, German, Spanish, Bulgarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, and Ukrainian.
His articles have been published in The Mountain Astrologer (USA), Astrolog (Switzerland), Hamburger Hefte (Germany), Welcome to the planet Earth (USA), Astrokring (Netherlands), Science and religion (Russia), Russian Astrology (Russia), Urania (Russia), etc.
Author of seven monographs, including «Rectification. Textbook on Astrology» (2009), “The Russian Book of Charts”, » Textbook on Astrology for Universities»(2013),»Astrology of Human being » (2017).
Participated as a speaker and co-organizer in 25 Russian and international conferences and congresses in Zvenigorod (Moscow region, 1990), Shvantoyi (Lithuania) (1990, 1991), London (1992), Paris (1995), Lucerne (1996), Chicago, Boston, New York, Denver, Moscow, etc.
From 1996 to 2005, he was the head of the Euro-Asian Chapter of the National Council for Geocosmic Research and was responsible for its certification program. Boris has certified astrologers of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine, Estonia.