In the eighteenth century after a couple hundred years of stunning astronomical discoveries, astrology as a centerpiece of education was thrown out of the universities. The discoveries that the earth was not the center of the solar system, the opposition of the Catholic Church to the use of astrology and the discoveries of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, were unrecoverable shocks to popular culture. However, pioneering work into psychological astrology in the 20th Century revitalized astrology and brought fresh insights into both new and ancient techniques. However, often during our discussion with others about astrology astrologers can launch into language that is ripe with jargon making their points indigestible to many. This lecture will explore avenues how to relate to the public in a language accessible for all.
Chris is a host of the weekly radio talk show, “Turning of the Wheel” on CONTACT Talk Radio. He formerly co-hosted two radio talk shows focused on alternative methods for facing the challenges of life, love and living. His website is http://www.chrisflisher.com/.
The Astrological Society of Connecticut is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization; one of the largest and most active local astrological organizations in the United States, it is dedicated to educating people interested in astrology, sponsoring lectures, workshops, fund-raising fairs, and social activities.
The lecture is free to ASC members, $10 for the general public. A pre-lecture for $5 will be held a 6:30 PM explaining the general terms and principles of the upcoming lecture. The workshop is $40 for members, $50 for non-members. For more information visit the ASC webpage at www.myasc.org.