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|Dear Everyone who make Kepler Online possible,
A powerful Thank You from my deepest and highest self.
The free online presentations are much appreciated by this soul.
Helping us all learn to love one another is no greater offering, again thank you for the outstanding lecture on Planetary Degrees.
NCGR Boston Chapter
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PS: The way you host, makes all feel more comfortable, your sincerity and hospitality is lacking guise, which is doubly appreciated. Thanks so much, please know your efforts are well received for many, who find a way to your school via the Internet and Cosmic consciousness — a spiritual and silent guidance towards a collective and common higher frequencies — for Astrologers to be a part of, rather than to be separate from.
Antiscia and contra-antiscia are symmetrical arrangements around the cardinal axis (or Aries point). Observed for at least two thousand years, these planetary statements are simple to use, easy to find, and a powerful addition to any astrologer's toolbox. Favored by Symmetrical (Uranian) astrologers and used by Hellenistic, Persian, Medieval, and Western tropical astrologers in the know, planets and points in antiscia indicate connection and undeniable expression in the world. They are also valuable for charts with no known birth time.
SATURDAY DEC 14, 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm PACIFIC TIME
Anyone who signs up will receive a recording of the webinar whether or not they can attend the live session.
Unleash your holiday spirit and support the study of astrology. Proceeds from this webinar will go toward student scholarships!
Was the Star of Bethlehem an astronomical phenomenon? The general answer is "no." It was not a comet, a significator of death. Nor nor was it a nova, as none were recorded during this time. So the problem is: When did the birth of Christ occur?
More than 30 years ago, Christine Arens' mother challenged her to use astrology to work on the puzzle of the Star of Bethlehem. For over 10 years Christine reviewed the many answers given by astrologers. Amazingly, none of the proposed birthdays worked with the transits and progressions for all four major events recorded in the Bible: birth, age 12 in the temple, age 30 as Jesus became a pubic figure, and the elusive chart of death.
Although she had finished her initial research, Christine has never completely let the question go. Please join us in this fascinating webinar. All proceeds will go toward scholarships for our students.