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Fall Term begins Sept 22, 2014

Fall Term begins Sept 22, 2014

Unless noted, all the courses are 10-weeks in length and cost $530. Every term includes both electives (some of which may only be offered once per year) and regularly scheduled Certificate...

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Classical Horary Astrology (take any time)

Classical Horary Astrology (take any time)

Course available beginning July 2 Primary Instructor: J. Lee Lehman This is not a beginner level course. You will need a background in natal astrology This course can be used as...

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The Key to Classical Methods: Workshop on Essential Dignities (take any time)

The Key to Classical Methods: Workshop on Essential Dignities (take any time)

Instructor: J. Lee Lehman, PhD Independent study. Students have 4 months to complete the assignments. This short course can be taken anytime as an independent class and as a prelude for...

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August 2: FREE Webinar on the Delphic Oracle Astrology Software

August 2: FREE Webinar on the Delphic Oracle Astrology Software

TIME: August 2, 2014 from 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm PDT(4:00 pm - 5:30 pm EDT)   If you have found yourself increasingly interested in Hellenistic techniques, join this webinar! Hank Friedman,...

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August 3: Erin Sullivan Workshop on The Elegance of the Solar System: Retrograde

August 3: Erin Sullivan Workshop on The Elegance of the Solar System: Retrograde

August 3, 2014 Part 1: Inner Planets Retrograde ($39) 9 am - Noon PDT (12 pm - 3 pm EDT) On August 3, Erin Sullivan presents part 1 of the Elegance of...

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Aug 16: FREE Webinar on The Light of the Heavens: An Introduction to Jyotish

Aug 16: FREE Webinar on The Light of the Heavens: An Introduction to Jyotish

August 16, 2014 1:00 pm-2:30 pm Pacific Daylight Time (4:00 pm-5:30 pm EDT) Senay Yangel and Gary Gomes will present an introduction to Vedic (Jyotish) Astrology in this special international webinar...

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WH101 The Brilliance of Hellenistic Astrology: Introduction

Primary Instructor: Joseph Crane

The student should have a background in the basics of modern astrology prior to taking this course.

The Hellenistic underpinnings of modern astrology are being re-discovered as more texts are translated. Using primary texts of the Hellenistic astrological tradition and modern commentaries, this certificate introduces the student to Hellenistic techniques and procedures plus develops basic chart interpretation skills in both natal and predictive.

Every serious student of astrology should at least take an introduction to this tradition in order to fully appreciate the richness of our own astrological history!

Using primary texts of the Hellenistic astrological tradition and modern commentaries, this certificate introduces the student to Hellenistic techniques and procedures plus develops basic chart interpretation skills in both natal and predictive.

Joseph Crane, author of Astrological Roots: The Hellenistic Legacy, brings together various Hellenistic sources to show students how they can incorporate the richness of these older techniques into their own natal practice.
The course introduces students to ancient terminology and concepts, philosophical underpinnings, and how this applies to chart interpretation and synthesis. Along the way, Joseph will highlight where Hellenistic and modern astrological methods are similar and where they differ.

Topics include:

  • planetary symbolism and application,
  • signs, house definitions and house systems,
  • planetary sect and dignity, planetary assessment,
  • lots, fixed stars.

Students will apply these concepts to the natal chart to assess fame and fortune, relationships, vocation, and character. 

 

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