FRIDAY NIGHT Lecture - "Inner Space, Outer Time: Prediction and
the Planetary Degrees"
Whether we are paying our bills, developing new skills, or
entering new relationships - we all have a unique inner process in
the way we go about living our lives. Every natal chart shows this
natural unique rhythm, which is illustrated by the degree placement
and groupings of the planets. To be able to predict effectively, you
must be familiar with the rhythm of the natal chart. Knowledge of a
chart's critical points and its urge towards homeostasis are
essential in sharpening prediction skills. In this lecture, we will
examine this system of understanding a chart (person) by exploring
the interlocking patterns of inner space and outer time.
SATURDAY Workshop - "Karma and the Water
What are the karmic implications and life themes of the 4th house
(family karma), 8th house (relationship karma) and the 12th house
(personal karma)? Planets in and rulers of these three houses are
explored in depth as it
relates to important themes
that occur and re-occur throughout your life.
Getting to Know Amanda Owen
Amanda Owen, an astrological consultant, lecturer, and teacher based
near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is cofounder and current president
of the Philadelphia Astrology Society. Amanda is the author of Lucky
Stars, released September 2001 by Three Rivers Press.
As creator and director of the Pennsylvania Time Project (PTP),
Amanda researches and collects information regarding birth time
documentation from Pennsylvania hospitals and distributes that
information to astrologers world-wide.
Amanda lectures frequently on astrological subjects to laypersons
and professionals and maintains a busy teaching schedule. She has
been profiled on television and radio and was featured in a column
by the late syndicated columnist Darryll Sifford. She authored a
monthly column entitled Little Stars for Horoscope Guide magazine
to answer parentsí questions about their children, and has written a
variety of articles for astrological publications, including
Horoscope Guide, American Astrology, Mountain Astrologer and a
variety of other publications. She also writes for CosmoGIRL!
magazine and wrote the Backpack Astrologer, a prediction guide for
2002-03, for the September issue.