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Asteroids: Windows into Fate & Destiny

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In this talk Demetra presents an understanding of how the asteroids function in the birth chart. The subject also presents an opportunity for understanding fate and destiny. Includes examples with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Baby Shiloh.

Recorded at the Evolutionary Astrology Conference 2006. 70 min. mp3 format.

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Courses Hosted at Astrology University

This beginner’s guide to the basic principles of Hellenistic Astrology will address interpreting charts in terms of modern sensibilities and perspectives.

The focus is on planetary condition (the first steps concerning sect, zodiacal rulerships, solar phase, aspect configurations, and judgment). 

Includes 8 lessons, worked examples, reading, homework, and 3 recorded Q&A sessions.

Prior knowledge of planets, signs, houses, and aspect meanings recommended.

This course will better enable you to follow the more advanced techniques on your own.

In this twelve-part series, Demetra George provides an in-depth discussion on each the twelve houses. In one of the most comprehensive teachings on the astrological houses, Demetra traces the meaning of each house from past to present, exploring traditional meanings while illuminating their evolving meaning through the present modern interpretations.

Asteroids can bring us to the brink of the great mystery when we discover their significations woven into the tapestry of our fate from the moment of birth. They have been linked with spirit guides, daimons, karma, and destiny, providing the specific details of the major life themes indicated by the planets.

In addition to Ceres, Pallas, Juno, and Vesta, astrologers now have access to zodiacal positions of more than 20,000 named asteroids. This course will propel you into the study of all those other asteroids. Personal names of important people in your life, geographical places that hold special destiny for you, mythic deities that span world cultures can point to vocational paths and life-altering experiences, historical personages with whose work you are attuned, and broad concepts that contribute to your character.