Traditional Astrology: Assessing the Planets
Western Astrology has ancient roots, some of which are being rediscovered and reinvigorated. Let’s explore the past to discover how astrology was understood as the framework was developed. The logic and philosophy of these underlying concepts can give us a depth and richness as we apply our astrological talents to the charts of today. During this event, we will learn and explore the factors that are used to assess planetary condition.
Primary Qualities and perceptions of the planets
Understanding how the night sky translates to the chart
Exploring what planetary cycles with the Sun can tell us about the direction and visibility of the planet we are evaluating
Primary Qualities and the elements
The signs and rulership
Houses and planetary condition
Aspects and relationships
Conditions of maltreatment and bonification
Throughout the workshop, we will explore example charts, building the data needed for a nuanced assessment of how the planet will operate. In the end, you will be able to assess a planet based on multiple factors to better pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses in a chart.
Christine Chase has been studying multiple facets of astrology. She is a graduate of the Horary Practitioner course offered by the School of Traditional Astrology (STA). This course has provided a foundation of Traditional Astrology concepts and the ability to judge questions with horary charts. Christine is a graduate of the certificate program for Energy Astrology offered by the Johannes Kepler Institute. Christine has been studying Vibrational Astrology since early 2019. Christine is always learning and studying the endless and fascinating concepts of astrology and our world plus is NCGR Florida Atlantic Chapter’s Board Member. She loves to share her knowledge and help others have a better understanding and clarity of these complex matters. Chris has a way of making it accessible to all.
Christine’s website is notjustdetails.com
NOTE: This event will start later than our usual time.
Saturday April 17, 2021
Zoom Open: 11:30am
Morning Lecture: 12:00 pm. Please plan on arriving before 11:45.
(One 15 minute break midway)
Lunch: 2:15 – 2:45 pm.
Afternoon Workshop: 2:45 till 6:00 pm (approximately).
(One 15 minute break midway)
NOTE: In order to follow the advice on limiting in-person events in order to contain the COVID-19 virus, this meeting will be held online via ZOOM. To attend, please use the button below or click on the link to go to our Purchase page.
Registration: Pay first online. We will open registration when this is the next event. NOTE: we are limited to only 100 participants. When registration opens, please secure your spot asap.
After successful registration, you will be provided with the link to access to event.
You will need a computer, tablet or smartphone and an internet connection.
After the event, a recording will be provided