Instructor: Inga Thornell
Astrology has a rich heritage stretching back thousands of years. We sometimes think of astrology as just one thing, but different cultures asked different questions as they found meaning in the ever-changing sky. This class offers a survey of the history of astrology, primarily in the West.
Instructors: Karen McCauley & Madalyn Hillis-Dineen
Diploma program elective
Does anything change when you move from one place to another? Yes!
What needs to be considered when you search for the most desireable places to travel or relocate?
This course includes a survey of the development of 20th century astro-mapping; basic astronomical principles involved in mapping techniques; relation of mapping to natal chart construction and meaning; themes connected with specific planet-angle combinations; analysis of natal chart to determine desirable planets to emphasize through relocation. Students will have guided hands-on practice in applications and techniques.
This course will prepare you for the Jim Lewis certification test in Astro*Carto*Graphy offered at Continuum. (continuumacg.net)
For many astrologers, the next step after you have become skilled in various delineation techniques is to develop your own business. And - YES, you can make a living as an astrologer! No matter if you are new to an astrology business, or have been a pro for years, there are proven practices that will help your business grow. Workshops in this section are designed to help you build the skills you need as an entrepeneur in a digital world. Topics covered include:
Kepler regularly offers community webinars as a service to anyone interested in the topic being presented. These will be publicized on the Kepler website and its Facebook page. Even if you cannot attend, as long as you sign up, you will receive the opportunity to download a copy of the recorded webinar.
There are also free mini-courses available to anyone who signs in as a "guest" on the student website. These classes are provided for your own enjoyment and development. They do not have any “live” interaction or instructor assistance.