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Kathy Rose – Essential Brushstrokes for Natal Analysis: Revealing Core Themes Quickly

There are five indispensable brushstroke measurements in natal analysis that quickly help to reveal and clarify core themes in the horoscope. Our objective as astrologers is not amassing a multiplicity of calculations, rather assimilating key measurements. Understanding and utilizing the power of these five measurements will illuminate chart preparation and enhance the process of synthesis.   Full […]

Richard Smooth – I’ve Got a Feeling: First Impressions in Horoscope Judgment

Who is this person behind the chart and how do I begin to piece my understanding of the person and the chart together? Before your in-depth chart analysis, first impression judgments of the horoscope can help provide the answers you need to gain a firm understanding of your client’s personal style. This lecture provides a […]

Adam Gainsburg – Fuel, Angle, Tool Technique

The angles of the chart are the energetic architecture that frames, holds or contextualizes our life on Earth, and Earth within space; in essence, they signify local or current-life aspirations to evolve. The title of this lecture reflects the view that the tantric planets of Sun-Moon, Mars-Venus correlate naturally to the MC-IC, Ascendant-Descendant, and the sign energies […]

Ursula Stockder – Nature as the Womb of Wisdom

In many cultures with an archaic thinking, Gods speak through nature, mother’s Earth womb of wisdom. Animals, trees, vegetation and the elements have their specific language, their specific way of letting us know what the cosmos wants us to understand. During this talk I will: 1. Explore the difference between the sacred astrological circular thinking […]

Oner Doser – The Ages of Man

This ancient technique described by Ptolemy assigns certain years of life to the basic meanings of the seven traditional planets. The specific meaning of any of these time lords depends on their situation and condition in the natal chart. This technique is used primarily for identifying the stage of the life of the person is […]

Jelena Lemot – The Season of the Major Crossroads

We are living in a time that will be imprinted in the history of human civilization as an era of global and cardinal changes. These changes are astrologically marked by many Great Conjunctions, many Eclipses and the Great mutation of Jupiter and Saturn conjunctions from the Earth element in the Air. Equally at the individual […]

Sam Reynolds – Antiscia and Contra-Antiscia: Special tips for the Astro-Tourist

The more public Ptolemaic aspects are like how a good subway system connects a city. The maps are usually visible and easy to follow for tourists & residents. Antiscia and contra-antiscia are shadowy connections between planets from solstice and equinox points. They get you around a chart in less public ways, like side-streets or bus […]

Roy Gillet – Transforming our Tomorrows by Understanding our Yesterdays

For nearly twenty years, the UK’s Astrological Association President, Roy Gillett’s “Working with the Planets” column in the bi-monthly Astrological Journal has shown how tracking astro-cycles can explain and advise on world events. In this talk, Roy looks back on key transits, against crucial world reactions to them. Can we learn from our errors to […]

Robert Corre – On the nature of the dispositor in Traditional Astrology

In his Book 21 , Morin states, “When judging the things signified by the Ascendant (life, physical, mental and moral constitution, etc.), it is necessary to take into account not only the Ruler of the Ascendant but also, if it is in another Sign, to consider the Ruler of that Sign, which I call the […]

Victoria Smoot – Mars Mythology and Management: Lessons in Fear and Survival

The legends of Mars as a troublemaker are widespread. We could live mostly in fear and judgment of it, yet we could not stay alive without it. • We will explore the archetypes of other mythologies as well as the deeper history of the mythology we use most. • We will examine how that is […]