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Moving On – Beyond the Birth Chart: Explorations and Musings on Death and Near-death Charts

Speaker: Graham Ibell

New Zealand

kesäkuu 13 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm EDT

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Moving On - Beyond the Birth Chart: Explorations and Musings on Death and Near-death Charts
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Sun, Jun 13, 2021 03:00 PM - 04:30 PM EDT
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From studying charts of those passing on – or nearly passing on – I have begun to question the dominance of the birth chart in our natal tradition. In this talk I discuss examples of death and near-death chart, including ones from my own practice. I find it exciting and confronting that they encourage me to move beyond the fixed nature of the nativity and come to a more fluid astrology.

As well as inspiring you to explore charts of death and near-death in their own right, I hope to challenge the astrologer to hold less tightly on to a horoscopy based on the birth moment, and, in doing so, look at how this reliance may mask an unexamined fatalism.

Graham Ibell

Graham studied at the Centre for Psychological Astrology in London, graduating with the Diploma in 2000, the first to get a Distinction. He has practiced and taught astrology in the UK and New Zealand for over 20 years, with clients and students throughout the world. He has tutored for the Mayo school since 2010. Four years’ training in Process Oriented Psychology, extensive study of the I Ching, and training with the International School of Storytelling support Graham’s work. His other passions are music, poetry, nature, homoeopathy, making sourdough and his four children.