All About Astrology
General information about astrology. Includes various theories about astrology, astrological philosophy, general uses of astrology, history of astrology, etc.
Location as an Agency of Transformation, with Andrew Smith
Every living and non-living entity lives within a matrix of potential manifestation, woven together within a pathway of sacred geometry, held together by intention — a holographic projection onto which matter is outlined. Your life is embedded within this larger vibratory field of intelligence th...
The Foundations of the Birth Chart: Elements and Archetypes, with Jennie Gilmore
Astrology is traditionally seen as universally consisting of four natural elements: fire, earth, air and water. The elements are considered to be the foundation of all of life and are represented within the birth chart. When applied to human nature, the elements represent certain behaviors within...
The Art of Shamelessness, with Alexis Duong
Shame is common in the human experience. Shame is an attempt to self-regulate one's self-expression and to survive - but at what point is someone allowed to just simply live and breathe?
Saturn is the planet of shame, and the succedent houses in one's natal chart can show how one can cultivate a...
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Chiron, with Kim Rogers-Gallagher
There’s a (relatively) new kid on the astrological block: Chiron. But what’s his story? Is he a planetoid, an asteroid, or a comet? How does his myth point to a spot in your chart where you’ll deal with addicts and addictions, tragic flaws, and the acceptance of imperfection?
Through the re-tell...
Divination Theory and Practical Astrology, with Geoffrey Cornelius
Is practical astrology divination? This question has become something of a hot potato, with psychological and archetypal astrologers joining together with died-in-wool traditionalists to declare the straightforwardly objective nature of our art’s symbolism and its results. We cover in detail the ...
Bridging the Gap: Jung, Hillman, and Astrology, with Geoffrey Cornelius
Jung’s Red Book points towards a prophetic “spirit of the depths” at the heart of astrology, and his life-work reveals a deep appreciation of its symbolism. His concept of “synchronicity” has become a taken-for-granted argument in our defense. James Hillman loved the subject, was guided by his ho...
The Ascent of Everest, with Gregory Clare
The astrology of one human achievement to climb to the "Top of the World."
Gregory Clare is a retired commercial fisherman of 28 years (1974 - 2002).
Greg steered the boat at night with the aid of the stars. These many years of familiarity with the night sky set the scene for what was to become...
Horrorscopes: Writers from the Dark Side, with Glenn Perry
A slightly tongue-in-cheek investigation of horror, the macabre, and the dark side as revealed in the horoscopes of writers dominated by the archetype of Scorpio-Pluto. Of special interest are novelists and screenwriters who have bequeathed to us our favorite terrors: dark lords, demons, monsters...
Right Time, Right Place: The Astrology of Relocation, with Gloria Star
Location does, indeed, make a difference. Just as important is the coordination of the right time to move, travel or connect to other places! In this presentation, Gloria explores relocation charts, Astro*Carto*Graphy (A*C*G), and the integration of cycles. Included is a focus on temporary and la...
Astrology, Millennials, and Misfits, with May Sim
Millennials and Gen-Z -- complete mysteries to corporations and parents worldwide. What do they really want? How do they fit into the world? May Sim explores birth chart patterns for those born 1981 and later, clarifying their differences in worldview, expectations, and behaviours.
A History of Western Astrology in 90 Minutes, with Chris Brennan
Everyone knows that astrology has a long and venerable history, but few astrologers know the full details about where astrology originated and how it came to be what it is today. The goal of this lecture is to take the entire 4,000-year history of astrology and condense it down into a series of e...
Buddhism and Meditation in Astrology, with Michael Erlewine
Michael Erlewine describes the use of meditation in astrological practice and counseling.
A Fascinating Quest for Alexander the Great's Birth Chart, with Thomas Gazis
Apart from his marvelous deeds, there is something more to Alexander. Some very unusual charisma seems to ever emanate out of this unique personality, a charisma which we can still feel today, 2300 years later. Actually, there are so many heroic and – at the same time – tragic archetypes enacted ...
Speaking Your Chart: The Essence of a Planetary Placement, with Frank Clifford
When clients, friends and public figures "speak their charts," we astrologers collect gems that inform our practice and help us expand and fine-tune our astrological vocabulary. In this talk, Frank presents a series of birth charts, entertaining real-life observations, and quotations that get to ...
Virtual Astronomy: A Demo of "Starry Night" Software, with Gregory Clare
Astronomy and astrology are forever coupled!
Astronomy is an integral part of astrology, and to assist you in your journey to discover astronomy’s hidden gems, having the right software can be extremely rewarding.
On April 19, 2021, NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter became the first spacecraft i...
Making Friends with Astrology, with Roy Gillett
Knowing the astrology of people, as well as of present, past and future times, enables us to see the world through others’ eyes; to experience their needs, fears and pleasures, as if they were our own. We see them as a complete Universe and feel responsible for all.
Roy illustrates this with ind...
Introduction to the Symmetrical World of Uranian Astrology, with Bruce Scofield
In this lecture Bruce gives a bit of history and briefly explains a few of the key concepts such as midpoints, planetary pictures, solar arc directions, and the Transneptunian planets.
Astrology: How and Why Does It Work?, with Armand Diaz, Ph.D.
As above, so below. The music of the spheres. Synchronicity. Physical effects of the moon and sun. Through the ages, astrologers have held many ideas about how and why astrology works, reflecting an evolving worldview. In this talk we will follow the line of thought from classical times to the co...
The Gift of Flight: For People Who Work with Children, with Alex Trenoweth
For parents and teachers, where educating children is a major concern: how can we get them interested in learning without dictating what they should learn? How can we keep them disciplined enough to endure 6 hours at a desk without crushing their spirits? And most importantly, how do we prepare o...
You Don’t Really Believe in That Stuff, Do You?, with Luke Bayley
Many years of research into how and why astrology works culminates in this lecture. Here we delve into various topics and show astrology working from a scientific and mathematical level, along with evidence that science has still not quite grasped yet.
Luke presents a theory on how astrology wor...
A Psychic, an Astrologer, a Prophet, and a Medium Walk into a Bar..., with Samuel Reynolds
Reynolds explores the similarities and differences between the worlds of astrology, psychics, prophets, and mediumship. He proposes a vibrant way of seeing the world that gets us beyond titles, disciplines, and stilted rules into more enchantment and illumination for each other and those we serve.
What Are We Doing, Anyway?, with Robert Hand
What are we doing anyway? Are we trying to predict the future, change the future, achieve control over our lives? There are many purposes for which people use astrology for and astrologers, themselves, have differing objectives. In this talk I will discuss some of these and especially the more tr...
Astrology as a Symbolic Language, with Gregory Clare
Astrology is a symbolic language which means we interpret and try to make sense of the patterns made by celestial bodies. This language of the gods is rich and deep and has been studied for many thousands of years for the messages it imparts. Just how we go about making sense of the information i...
Writing Sun-Sign Columns, with Chris Turner
Every astrologer, at some point, is either asked or wants to write a Sun-sign column. For half a century they have been the subject of debate.
Join noted Australian astrologer and IAA Vice-President Chris Turner in this discussion/lecture on writing or recording Sun-sign columns. It includes a “...