This webinar offers a key to understanding the Mesoamerican astrological tradition, a tradition that was lost but is now being re-discovered and recreated.
In Mesoamerica, today's Mexico and Central America, high civilization arose about 2,000 years later than it did in the Middle East and Asia. Just as in the West, a kind of astrology appeared early on and it continued to evolve over the centuries.
Join us online for an all-day Astrology Café as Kepler celebrates International Astrology Day. Every hour we have a new set of guests who are representative of a wide variety of astrological practices. Guests include: Faye Cossar, Christine Arens, Nicholas Campion, Ena Stanley, A.T. Mann, Adrian Duncan, Mark Jones, Laura Nalbandian, David Railey, Tamira McGillivray, Kenneth Miller, Andrea Gertz, Inga Thornell, Lee Lehman, Judy Holloway, Bruce Scofield, Georgia Stathis, Christopher Brennnan and more.
Workshop was held February 15, 2014
Includes video recording of 2-hour workshop (edited to remove extraneous material) in MP4 format; excerpt from Donna's book on Stellium; and handouts with information on interpreting stellium. ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE KEPLER SCHOLARSHIP FUND
There are possibly more people alive today with stelliums than ever before.
Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto are conjunct in the sky infrequently, but for the past 50 years, there have been an unusual series of them. When the inner planets reach these conjunctions, they form stelliums. Managing a stellium is a lifelong learning curve. We’ll explore the special challenges of the 20-Somethings with three to seven planets in Capricorn.
Bio: Donna Cunningham has written the only known reference work on stelliums—The Stellium Handbook. She’s an award-winning astrologer with a Master’s Degree in Social Work and over 40 years experience as a professional astrologer. Donna is the author of 15 well-received astrology books, 20 years of advice columns, and thousands of astrology articles.
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 courses. Live meetings will be recorded and students will receive a copy of the recording as part of their tuition.
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 CS102 Traditional Medical Astrology and CS101 Horary Astrology in depth (this workshop or the equivalent is required for these two courses).
How do you determine which planet is stronger when looking at aspects? How do you quickly find the strongest planets in the chart? Or which planets may pose more challenges even if they aren't aspected or mainly have trines? Classical astrologers used essential dignities and debilities.These were their building blocks for interpretation.
NEW THIS SPRING! beginning March 31, 2014.
Instructor: Kenneth Miller, MA, Jyotish Kovid, ACVA II
Imagine if there was a way to access the details of your life-script (your karma). You could gain understanding of your life purpose, know when to seize opportunity, and have the foreknowledge to remediate difficult circumstances. This is the tradition of Jyotish, the astrology of India. This course gives you tools to make use of the concepts and practices of Indian astrology, including how it can play a healing role in our lives, and how it can be an adjunct to your Western Astrological work.
The course will be hands-on with multiple example charts. Your astrological analytic skills will be strengthened through the use of the charts of ordinary people. By studying the charts of ordinary people instead of famous people, you will learn how to make sense of the often contradictory indications shown in a chart.