Sunday, April 3, 2016.
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Recordings of the lectures will be available to paid registrants after the lecture, whether or not the registrant attends. Yet, we encourage in-person participation and community-building in these interactive web lectures, so do join us live if you can!
April Elliott Kent
10:15 a.m.–11:45 a.m. Pacific Standard Time
“The Curious Case of the Void-of-Course Moon: Dead Zones, or Moments of Truth?”
According to conventional astrological wisdom, void-of-course Moon periods are unfortunate times to start new projects, meet new people, or make important decisions. When I noticed it didn’t always work out that way, I set out to discover why. In this lecture, we’ll take a look at the charts of some surprising and enduring events and connections that began during void-of-course Moon periods – and challenge our modern understanding of them.
April Elliott Kent is a professional astrologer and author living in San Diego, California. She is the author of three books, including Astrological Transits (Fair Winds Press, 2015) and The Essential Guide to Practical Astrology (Alpha/Penguin 2011). Her astrology writing has also appeared in The Mountain Astrologer and Dell Horoscope magazines and in Llewellyn’s Sun Sign, Moon Sign, and Sabbats annuals. A popular speaker for local groups and conferences, April is a longtime member of ISAR and currently serves as president of the San Diego Astrological Society. Her website is www.bigskyastrology.com.
Lee Lehman, Ph.D.
12:00 noon–1:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time
“Job and Business Horaries”
Lee offers a working session of horary examples: the method, and then its application. We will go through as many charts as we have time, to demonstrate the consistent use of method, and to illustrate the variations in questions asked, and in the ways of getting an answer and interpreting it.
In her four decade development as an astrologer, practical application is one persistent hallmark which has defined Lee Lehman. Lee has a Ph.D. in Botany from Rutgers University. She is author of nine books on astrology, including The Book of Rulerships (1992), Classical Astrology for Modern Living (1996), The Martial Art of Horary Astrology (2002), Traditional Medical Astrology (2011), Classical Solar Returns (2012), The Magic of Electional Astrology (2014), and a translation from the French of Papus’ Astrology for Initiates. She is Vice President of the Board of OCA Corp., and teaches at IAA, the Midwest School of Astrology, Avalon School of Astrology, and Kepler College. Her annual master class series presents classical topics in an intensive learning format. Her correspondence courses, Classical Studies (horary, natal, electional, medical, gaming, mundane and advanced horary), bring classical astrology to the forefront as an astrological system.
2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time
“The Art of Secondary Progressions”
Planetary cycles, especially transits, are logical and mathematically predictable. Secondary progressions are unique, amazing and symbolic. As a forecasting technique they can hint at events that are forthcoming as a result of psychological changes in our consciousness. This lecture will explain the mathematics behind secondary progressions and the importance of secondary progressed aspects to the natal chart in predicting important events and experiences.
Sandra–Leigh is certified by ISAR, AFA and OPA as a professional astrologer and has written for the Mountain Astrologer, Llewellyn Publications, Horoscope Magazine and StarIQ. She has a M.A. in Psychology, lives in Boulder, Colorado and since 2003 has been the President of the Rocky Mountain Astrologers. In the 80’s and 90’s she had her own TV and radio show. She serves as a Group Leader and Treasurer for OPA and a trainer for ISAR’s Consulting Skills. In her spare time she plays duplicate bridge.
4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time
“Foretelling: How to Make Safe, Reliable and Helpful Predictions”
As advisors using the insights of astrology, we hope to peer into the future with better odds than the flip of a coin. What’s in our toolbox that enables us to speak about what lies ahead? What’s best said, and what are the best ways to say it?
Mark Wolz practices and teaches astrology in New York City. He is certified by NCGR for both consulting and teaching and has served on the NCGR Board of Directors. Mark also teaches yoga and meditation and practices therapeutic yoga, RYT-500. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master’s in Anthropology and Southeast Asian Studies. He can be reached at MarkWolz@DharmaRising.com.