What's Coming In The Future!
Our September 17 presentation has changed due to medical reasons, and the scheduled talk on the Lunar Return will happen on November 19. Instead, we’ll come together on September 17 to cover several topics which we never got around to discussing at our August meeting. Bill Nastasiak will give the first part of the presentation by reminding us that there are many important aspects in early childhood which could fill volumes in a library, with one particular “wild card” which appears on its own schedule. He says “if it shows up too early, there can be lingering effects, a.k.a. one of the ‘knots of childhood,’ that will have to be untied later.” We’ll also see if this can be generalized in mundane matters.
Thanks to Mercury retrograde, the second part of the discussion Robert Wilkinson will talk about the coming Mars retrograde, so if you wonder how this transit might affect your chart, please come to the presentation and have your questions answered!
As usual, there is a modest admission charge of $10 for members and $15 for non-members.
Our October 22 presentation features the globally respected astrologer and author Ray Grasse. Known many decades for his articles in Horoscope Magazine and other publications and his many high level astrology books, this talk promises to be a unique “don’t miss” event, since Ray also hasn’t done public talks for years. Regardless of what he is speaking about, this one will be a great gathering!
Our November 19 presentation features internationally known astrologer, author, and host of the FB astrological group KISS Michelle Young, who will be presenting on The Lunar Return in Astrology. She is the author of several books, many articles, and is quite well known, loved, and respected in the global astrological community.
Michelle Young wrote for Dell Horoscope as a cover features writer and monthly columnist from the late 80s through the mid-90s, freelancing with them from 2014 until the magazine stopped publishing in early 2020. Published online and in mainstream magazines, Michelle has written on non-astrological subjects, including tennis, juvenile fire setting, medical, psychological, and multicultural education. Her first book, written for international text and trade, won two state awards, a second place national award, and was nominated for the 1998 National Association for Multicultural Education Book of the Year Award.
This is the first talk she’s given in years, so don’t miss this one! She’s as good as it gets, and this material is part of her upcoming book on Planetary Returns.
Our December 17 gathering will be a Solstice program, which is still in the planning stage. We’re hoping to have an actual physical gathering of our members to celebrate the passage of our strict quarantine policy up to now.
Our January 21, 2023 presentation will feature another zoom meeting with Predictions for 2023 by a group of skilled astrologers in various disciplines from around the internet world giving their take on what’s coming for the next year!
Stay tuned, since some extraordinary astrologers from all over the nation are presenting to our group in 2023 on topics we know you’ll love, so we look forward to seeing you at our high-quality astrology talks offered by some of the best of the best!
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Our February 26 meeting featured astrological mathematician Christopher Benton guiding us through a journey exploring “How I Discovered and Fell in Love with the Arc Transform.” We discussed “Cycles of Becoming” and examined various series of harmonic charts and how to use Arc Transform charts for personal growth.
Our March 26 meeting featured Elisabeth Grace giving her take on The Astonishing Synchronicity of Planetary Patterns and Headline News. She had countless examples of dramatic news stories which came out at the same time certain aspects happened, even though the articles were written weeks or months before the aspect. Headline after headline conformed to the astrology of that moment, with some dramatic and funny correlations.
Our April 23 gathering featured a return of Elizabeth Hazel giving us her expertise on Antiscia: Secrets in the Mirror. The concept of the Antiscia is an important inheritance from ancient astrology, and gives us “mirror points” between sign positions. She gave us a lot of examples of how this mirroring works in charts, and it was truly an exceptional presentation!
Our May 21 presentation featured Robert Wilkinson giving us a detailed look at his new book The Magic of Venus: Friendships, Soul Mates, and Twin Flames. He took us through a journey of how our Venus is active in all our relationships, and how to re-shape its expression to attract better ones in the present and future. He offered insights into Venus’ duality of Wisdom and Folly, the different sign archetypes, the key factors in synastry, how to use astrology to solve relationship problems, the purpose of Soul Mates in our lives, and how the book came to be.
Our June 25 presentation featured Kathryn Silverton speaking on Medical Astrology and the Best Times for Medical Procedures. She gave a fantastic in-depth presentation about how to time medical procedures based on which planet rules the part of the body being operated on. She offered quite a few examples of how the actual date of the procedure was decided.
Our July 23 presentation featured a return appearance by Tony Dickey who took us on a deep dive into The History of Neptune-Pluto Waves: 577 BCE through 2384. We saw how numerous Neptune/Pluto cycles were associated with major social changes during each conjunction, square, and opposition between these planets from 577 BCE right up to the current incarnation of that energy in play since the 1890s impacting us now and into future centuries
Our August 20 meeting was an open forum, where the astrologers in our group discussed a variety of astrological questions, theories, and approaches. We had a lot of fun discussing many different topics from the coming Mars retrograde to US planetary returns to looking at charts. This was a great interaction between members and guests where everyone learned more about all kinds of things astrological!
We welcome all visitors to our presentations, so please join us! We and countless other groups around the nation are doing our astrological presentations using ZOOM webinar technology. If you want to attend future presentations, please go to the ZOOM website and download the latest software. Without the latest software, you may experience difficulty logging in. They release new versions often, so please upgrade before you join our discussions.
To anticipate a question, no, you don’t have to have a camera or microphone to attend a ZOOM webinar. All you need to attend is internet access and speakers. As noted earlier, admission for all events is a modest $10 for members, $15 for non-members. If you’re interested in attending the webinars, please contact us and make sure you’re on our mailing list so we can notify you in advance of the presentations.
We’re experimenting with other models for making astrology available to the public, including discussions on topics of interest at our Facebook page and hopefully at some point, find ways of doing roundtables on specific subjects if there’s enough interest, so make sure your membership dues are current!
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