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Quality Copying Between Charts in Synastry

Speaker: Gaye Alkan

Turkey

März 21 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EDT

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Quality Copying Between Charts in Synastry
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Sun, Mar 21, 2021 03:00 PM - 04:30 PM EDT
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There is a network in the universe that each being is connected to another being, each chart resonates with many other charts. This resonation process is intelligent and has a purpose.

It’s possible to analyze it through synastry in Astrology. Synastry is giving information about what qualities we subconciously transfer from the others in order to grow and evolve. This work will help you to find out how and when the quality copying happens and why we meet certain people and how we change forever after meeting them.

Gaye Alkan

Gaye Alkan, ISAR CAP, is a professional astrologer. She studied a Traditional to Modern program at ASA, continued her studies with Hermetic Astrology with Aleksandar Imsiragic, Energy Astrology with Lea Imsiragic, Hellenistic Astrology with Chris Brennan, also studied Uranian Astrology. She is doing editorship for Turkish Astrology books. She currently serves ISAR as the host of StarClub Turkish, translates weekly Ezine to Turkish and she is responsible for ISAR Turkey Social Media. Her articles are being published in Astrology journals, such as The Career Astrologer, ISAR Web Site and ISAR Journal. She is one of the speakers of ISAR StarClub, OPA Talks, The 30th IVC Conference and ISAR 2020.