June 23 Dwarf Planet Astrology
June 23 Dwarf Planet Astrology
Special Guest: Alan Clay from new Zealand
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Dwarf Planet Astrology
Seven new planets, plus one upgraded, one downgraded and one candidate, to compliment the nine that we’re already using. A look at our busy new solar system and how the new dwarf planets extend traditional astrology into a richer and more spiritual perspective on the chart. We’ll start with Sedna, the new esoteric outer limit of our solar system and then look at the other dwarf planets in this context, covering Ceres, Pluto, Orcus, Ixion, Haumea, Makemake, Varuna, Quaoar and Eris. Alan will do some in-person chart interpretations of the dwarf planets for those present. www.dwarfplanetastrology.com
Level: Beginners-2, Intermediate-3, Advanced-4 see scale
Subject: Natal Astrology, Transits, Forecasting, Timing, History, Philosophy, Arts and Creativity, Evolutionary or Spiritual, Self Discovery through Astrology, Medical Astrology, Writing or Processing, The Planets, The Houses, Discussion, Mythology
Date: Saturday, June 23, 1-4pm
Location: 3939 NE Hancock St #212, use the after-hours call-box to be buzzed in, at the front of the building.
Class Size: 12 student maximum, 6 student minimum.
Teacher Bio: Alan Clay is a 62 year old astrologer from New Zealand, who is also an award winning film director and novelist. For over 30 years Alan has also conducted a deep research into people, through his extensive work as a clown teacher. He is now researching a book on Sedna, the new outer limit of the Solar System, which includes comprehensive aspect analysis using all the new dwarf planets, to be launched at the United Astrology Conference in Chicago. Alan will also be lecturing on Sedna at the State of The Art Astrology Conference in New York State in October.
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Image: By (IAU/NASA) Martin Kornmesser, Public Domain. See original here.
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