SATURDAY, June 23, 2018
Join us for a full-day intensive study of astrological transits, the most common tool in forecasting. Material is based on the charts of the students in the class.
Grow your astrological understanding this summer! Alison Price will lead sessions on Eclipse Cycles, and Toby Aldren will coach you through the use of Primary Directions. Plus, we’ve expanded this year to include a Friday evening session — a fun round of Astro Drama: Watch your chart come alive! The Saturday workshop is at the advanced level, yet Friday evening is open to all. Book now to reserve your spot!
Many people look to horoscope columns as the New Year approaches in search of insight for the twelve months ahead. Yet those of us with even basic awareness of astrology know that a more valid and meaningful forecast can be derived when the tools of astrology are applied specifically to one’s own birth chart. These tools can be applied to the birth charts of nations, too, making it possible to use astrology to glean ideas of the upcoming year for an entire country. As for Canada, Astrology seems to reveal that we are due for some significant change in 2014. The year promises to be pivotal.
A number of people may be reluctant to consult an astrologer because they may be afraid of what the astrologer may predict. Really, what if the astrologer says something bad, or says that something horrible is going to happen? Who wants to know that? And worse still, who wants to pay someone for that kind of information?! Here, dear readers, is where there is a misunderstanding between predicting and forecasting.