Lecture and Workshop Event
September 24, 2017
Antiscia, Prenatal eclipses, Eclipses & other ‘unseen’ things in the chart.
Lecture : 10 a.m – 12 noon
Workshop: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Antiscia are the mirror images on either side of either the Fall Equinox (00º) or Summer Solstice (00 Cancer) in your chart. They must add up to 30 degrees. For example, if someone has their Sun at 20º Scorpio, their Antiscia (also termed Solstice Point) for the Sun is 10º Aquarius. The sign of Scorpio is closer to 00º Libra rather than 00º Cancer, thus we use that point for measurement. When something like Mars crosses 10º Aquarius in this case, then it is like Mars traveling over your Sun at 20º Scorpio. It is hidden but still may have the same impact. This is information that can be very useful for planning or timing.
Another hidden thing in the chart is the placement of the pre-natal eclipse. Where that is placed is important for unraveling where we are blocked or fearful and where we have an opportunity to break through ‘the sheath of the earth’ as Robert Jansky once wrote. Eclipses are about shadows and unraveling those shadows and breaking through to light.
Usually we can see what is happening in charts with such things as transits, secondary progressions and one of my favorites, solar arcs, but these other pieces can sometimes mean the difference between insight pushing the client to shift or leaving the session with an implied hunger – and not being able to identify it. The Antiscia, placements of the pre-natal eclipses, and where the eclipses are occurring in their charts open the doors to another way of seeing things
Pre-register online by September 21 and send in your birth information (date, time and location) to Georgia and she will bring your Antiscia and natal charts with the pre-natal eclipses in them for you to use during the workshop. Registering early for this event is crucial in order to receive this special chart. However, you can still learn a great deal by coming at the last minute as well. These points can also be found in Solar Fire.
Georgia Stathis Workshop
Forecasting Trends in Financial Astrology
Some things to look for when…..
Sunday, November 18, 2012
1:00 – 5:00 PM
FEATURED PLANET: JUPITER*
Forecasting trends for public markets as well as individual charts are quite similar. We use the same techniques, but view them from a larger perspective. When working with money and finances, one cannot just know astrology. They also have to be aware of the greater marketplace and economic realities devoid of politics. This requires focus and objectivity and the ability to contrast and compare graphs with cycles.
Georgia Stathis will be presenting different ways of looking at future financial trends. Some of the topics covered are various financial cycles with a greater focus on the McWhirter or Nodal Cycle (which, of course, runs with the eclipses). In addition, she’ll discuss how to determine what chart to use and what chart not to use, for example, contrasting and comparing an incorporation chart with a first trade chart.
Synodic cycles (a major focus for her upcoming book) which are similar to the Lunation Cycle are discussed and examples shown along with what to look for in Ingress charts with examples of some recent ingresses of the outer planets.
Some of the charts to be explored are the Federal Reserve and New York Stock Exchange chart by David Beazley. If there is time, she may present some information on the differences between residential and land investments–her presentation from UAC 2012.
Attendees: It is suggested you bring both the 20th and 21st century ephemerides for your own edification and “a-ha” experiences.
Georgia Stathis is a first-generation Greek-American whose cultural roots are in myth, story, and trade. Georgia Stathis is a Pleasant Hill, California, USA-based astrologer and popular international lecturer who received a BS degree from Northwestern University in Chicago and an MBA degree from Pepperdine University in California. She started her practice in 1977 and is a regular contributor to the astrological community through books, articles, lectures and a variety of learning materials, including the annual Starcycles Calendar.
Georgia teaches at Kepler College and her articles are frequently featured in such publications as: The Traders’ Astrological Almanac, published by Linda Long (available by writing [email protected]). She has also contributed to The Mountain Astrologer, ISAR and ISBA International Journals, several Llewellyn publications as well as The Encyclopedia of Astrology and various international websites.
* In 2012, all meetings will have a planetary theme. Chart readings will focus on this planet and will encompass as many other aspects of the chart as we have time to interpret.
Pre-registration price: $35 NCGR members, $40 non-members – available thru 11-11-12.
Price at the door: $40 NCGR members, $50 non-members
Let us know if you’re joining us for dinner afterwards with Georgia at Mikuni’s Kaizen at The Fountains.
Advanced registration is closed for this event. Seats are still available at the door. (more…)