Horary Astrology Study Group
Oct
19
10:00 AM10:00

Horary Astrology Study Group

  • 12 Whareroa Road Raumati South, 5032 New Zealand (map)
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An on-going series of 3-hour Saturday workshop, held bi-monthly, introducing and exploring Horary Astrology - the art of answering specific and often practical questions with a star map drawn for the moment the question is posed. These bi-monthly workshops, supplemented by stand-alone on-line tutorials on Thursday evenings, are currently open to new students. Click title or image for more information.

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On-Line Introduction to Astrology, Module 3
Nov
11
7:00 PM19:00

On-Line Introduction to Astrology, Module 3

The third module in an Introductory Astrology course, taking place over 5 Monday evenings (NZ time) on-line using the Zoom platform. This course is open to new students with some or even no background in astrology - and you don’t have to have done Module 1 (The Zodiac) or 2 (The Planets) to register. Click title or image for more information.

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Embodied Astrology Trainings: a 2-day retreat
May
3
to May 5

Embodied Astrology Trainings: a 2-day retreat

  • Bella Rakha Retreat Centre (map)
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Embodied Astrology Trainings

An Astrology Retreat with Christine Broadbent, Graham Ibell and Greer Sweetman

3-5 May 2019, Bella Rakha Retreat Centre, Oratia, Auckland.

We invite you on a journey into astrology through direct experience, a luxurious opportunity to spend a whole weekend living astrology. Perfect for adventurous beginners and intermediate students alike, this weekend promises to be an unforgettable encounter - with yourself, with others and with the world.

Full Residential cost: $500 all inclusive, if $100 deposit received by 23rd March, else $560 (please enquire for Non-Residential options)

For more information see Retreat page, or email me.

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Cook's Landfall - A New Map for New Zealand
Nov
27
7:30 PM19:30

Cook's Landfall - A New Map for New Zealand

Various astrological charts are in use for New Zealand, with the 1907 Dominion and the 1840 Treaty charts most common. Convinced of its historic and symbolic relevance I’ve been researching another one: the chart of Cook’s first New Zealand footfall. It’s incisively descriptive of the politics, culture, and national identity, as well as immensely sensitive to a range of historic events. In this preview of my presentation at a conference later in the year I will discuss this chart’s historic background and its pertinence, and demonstrate its remarkable sensitivity to transits etc.. Adopting the stance that charts show the medicine as well as the sickness, I will explore how this one could be used to evolve New Zealand’s cultural story, in so doing show how we might spiritualise our approach to mundane astrology.

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