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April 26. Margaret Gray presents The Chiron Return ($30)

April 26. Margaret Gray presents The Chiron Return ($30)

Life Transitions: A Webinar Series with Margaret Gray MSW D. Psych. Astrology $30 for a 2-hour session beginning at 11:00 AM Pacific Standard Time Space is limited, so please sign up...

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Next Workshop April 25: By popular demand - Writing for the Astrology Market

Next Workshop April 25: By popular demand - Writing for the Astrology Market

10:00 am – 12:00 pm PDT (1:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT)  Saturdays – individually priced at $39.00Students will receive handouts and a recording of the workshop Last year, astrologers responded to...

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FREE: Apr 19-Astro-Assessment of Constitution by William Morris

FREE: Apr 19-Astro-Assessment of Constitution by William Morris

April 19, 2014 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm Pacific Daylight Time In this discussion, we will explore a method for assessing constitution – regardless of zodiacal preference. It is a day-month-year...

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Starts Apr 28: The Day-Signs of Mesoamerica

Starts Apr 28: The Day-Signs of Mesoamerica

Three sessions presented by Bruce Scofield ($89)Mondays: April 28, May 5 and May 12 from 6 pm to 7:30 pm Pacific Daylight Time The 260-day astrological calendar, also known as the...

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FREE: May 10 The Way of the Moon: How to use Lunar Mansions

FREE: May 10 The Way of the Moon: How to use Lunar Mansions

Presenter: Donna WoodwellTime: May 10, 2014 1:00-2:30 p.m. Pacific Daylight TimeAstrologers are familiar with the 12 signs of the solar zodiac – Aries, Taurus, Gemini and so on. But did...

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The chart below is of Mary Shelley.  The box at top right in the diagram is Gemini, her ascendant, and the signs of the zodiac and 12 houses run clockwise from there.   In 1797 when Mary Shelley was born the difference in planetary positions between Western and Vedic Astrology was 21 degrees, so the usual 2 degree Cancer ascendant minus 21 degrees converts to 11 degrees Gemini.  This gives the visible astronomical positions for the ascendant and planets at the time of birth and allows many insights not available in Western Astrology.

We often refer to Vedic astrology as if it were a monolith. But just as in Western astrology, there are mutltiple schools of thought. The predominant form of astrology practiced in India and is the most prevalent form by far that is practiced in the United States is PARASARI Astrology.

In IS-300B, students compared the Vedic and Western traditions for Horary and Electional astrology.

Kerri Hartnett wrote the following in response to an assignment from faculty member Gary Gomes regarding the Vedic tradition.

 


Many of Prasnas’s most revered texts originated from the Kerala region of India. This article explores the social, historical and mythological factors that encouraged the development of horary astrology in this part of India. 


The ancient history of Kerala is a bit of a mystery. If we look to mythological evidence, there is legend in India that Parasuram, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, created Kerala. Legend has it that Parasuram stood on top of a mountain and threw his battle-axe into the sea, commanding it to retreat. The land that emerged from the waters became Kerala.

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