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  • Whither & Whence: A Talk on Ancient and Modern Astrology, with Robert H. Schmidt

    This five-hour workshop with Robert Schmidt provides an introduction to ancient astrology by comparing and contrasting its concepts to those of modern astrology.

    Robert H. Schmidt was an astrologer, translator, and astrological historian whose work let to a renewed interest in, and understanding...

  • What's Happening at the IAA in November, 2022

    What's happening at the International Academy of Astrology in November 2022: Elena Lumen's weekly practice group, registration is open for January courses, Robert Schmidt workshop at AstrologyFlix.com, more!

  • The Cosmic Pulse Episode 1, Libra 2022 - Guest: Jodie Forrest

    Host Jen Ingress talks with astrologer, author, and teacher Jodie Forrest about the IAA, Jodie's work, how she got into astrology, and her new book, Solar Arcs: Directions from the Sun.

  • The Lunar Nodes and Their Dispositors, with Adam Gainsburg

    The lunar nodes and their dispositors are THE foundational statements of an individual’s pre-existing orientation to reality, whether framed as karma/dharma, genetic inheritance/expression, or personal evolution. A brief introduction to the nodes, their dispositors, and the intrinsic relationship...

  • Labours of Love: The Calling of the Sun, with Frank Clifford

    When we express our Sun complex (its position and aspects), we have the opportunity to manifest our individual life path and potential. In the horoscope, the Sun is linked to the concept of vocation — a personal calling, rather than simply a job or career. To experience our Sun sign is to engage ...

  • Horary Astrology: Choosing the Houses, with J. Lee Lehman, Ph.D.

    When beginners to horary have problems, the change with which they have the most difficulty is assigning the people in the question to the right houses. In this workshop, we review how to pick the houses that a question demands.

    J. Lee Lehman, Ph.D., has a Ph.D. in Botany from Rutgers University...

  • 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...

  • Aspects and Complex Configurations: An Interior Conversation, with Erin Sullivan

    Planetary interactions in our horoscope are how we view the world from within our own self. Our “inner conversation” and external manifestation are based in elements, qualities, and modes. Aspects are looked at in various ways: all the complex configurations (grand trine, T-square/grand cross, yo...

  • Saturn's Children, featuring Mari Garcia

    The Saturn Return, the first of which occurs at approximately 29 years of age, heralds a major transition in an individual’s life. Major decisions are made and the direction of a life starts to take shape as the person realises that consequences of actions are now demanded. What happens if -- dur...

  • 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...

  • A Different Angle on the Angles, with Roderick Kidston

    Ask an astrologer about the "angles" of the horoscope and they’ll promptly offer the ascendant and the midheaven, with maybe the descendant and the lower heaven thrown in as optional extras. But nobody tends to interpret planets in aspect to these latter two, it’s all about the rising and culmina...

  • Astrology and the Power of Eight, with Maria Kay Simms

    This talk focuses on the significance in events of all types, "good" or "bad" (or however one might term them) of the eight so-called "hard" aspects (conjunction, 4 semi-squares, 2 squares and opposition) as "phases" -- but it does not either use or have any need to use dials, nor does it use the...

  • The Hidden Dimension: The Lunar Phase Personality, with Colleen Coffey

    The Synodic cycle between the Sun and the Moon is the simplest and most fundamental of all cycles. While there is much focus on the lunation cycle in mundane astrology, there is little attention paid to the phase of the Moon into which an individual is born. While house, sign placement and aspect...

  • Through Solar Eyes, with Christina Thomas

    When faced with interpreting a chart where a time of birth is either unknown or uncertain, the solar or sunrise chart is often the method of choice employed by astrologers. But applying this method -- even as an adjunct to timed birth charts -- can provide amazing insight into just how wondrous t...

  • The Mercury Elemental Year, with Gary P. Caton

    Learn to see the underlying patterns behind Mercury’s three retrogrades each year and to harness their transformative power. Mercury spends more time in one element each year than all the other three combined! This means that each of us was born with an unconscious preference for communicating vi...

  • The Inevitable Cycles of Maturation: Jupiter and Saturn, with Anya Kezerashvili

    The Jupiter-Saturn synodic cycle has long been known to time the rise and fall of empires. But what’s the impact of the great chronicators on our, alas, much shorter lives? This talk examines how the two social planets bring about the cycles of maturation: Saturn through restructuring of one’s fr...

  • The Amazing World of Lies, with Adrian Ross Duncan

    If you like to see a good lie, then it pays to study the antics of Mercury, who as Hermes could speak and create mischief from the moment he was born, and as a baby famously stole Apollo’s herd of cattle and lied about it. We’ve been pretty much doing the same thing ever since. On any given day, ...

  • Venus and Jupiter: The Getting and the Giving, with Pat Geisler

    In this lecture, Pat discusses the charts of well-known people in terms of how Venus and Jupiter have brought them riches and/or fame. From 2012.

  • The Ascendant: Flabbergasting the Others, with Thomas Gazis

    Thomas Gazis discusses various approaches to and interpretations of the ascendant. From 2014.

  • Love Triangles and Complex Relationship Questions in Horary, with Elena Lumen

    Astrologers, and horary astrologers, are frequently asked questions about the potential of various relationships, romantic or business. In this class, we review traditional horary principles for answering relationship questions, and discuss how to delineate questions about another person in a rel...

  • Outer Planet Transits in Action: Cycles Within Cycles, with Rick Levine

    We often isolate individual transits to predict upcoming events. However, we can shift a client's perspective by focusing on the repetitive nature of transits. Observing past events when a natal planet was previously aspected empowers people to connect events over time into a meaningful narrative...

  • The Three Faces of Venus: Inanna, Ishtar, and Aphrodite, with Darby Costello

    Venus has been the goddess and the planet of love for thousands of years in our Western world. She has been imagined and related to in different ways in different times and places in our history. How do we as astrologers today define and describe Venus to ourselves and others, and does our unders...

  • The Saturn-Uranus Cycle and the Real Estate Market, with Julene Packer-Louis

    This lecture takes a historical look at the housing and financing industry through the Saturn-Uranus cycle. Julene looks at savings and loan crises, falling housing prices, and oil crises (because oil plays a role in driving the economy and ties in more than once). She examines the legislature th...

  • 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...