Horary astrologer Gilbert Navarro will give a lecture and a workshop on the art of horary astrology for the Astrological Society of Connecticut. The lecture will be on Thursday, October 20th at 7:00 PM. The workshop will be held Saturday on October 22, 2011.
Horary astrology, the astrology of a question is a practice that developed in the Middle Ages. Rich with the traditions of ancient astrologers it is steeped with methods that are unfamiliar to many modern astrologers. This ancient practice, however, has re-emerged as an active and vital branch in astrology.
Gilbert Navarro will discuss his beginnings as an astrologer and his relationship with noted horary practioneer Mrs. Ivy M. Goldstein-Jacobson. He will touch on how Natal Astrology and Progressions led him to information about his life. He will discuss the first question he asked Mrs. Jacobson and the event chart, 28 years later that proved the question’s accuracy.
Workshop: Saturday, October 22, 2011 10:00 AM-5:00 PM Gilbert Navarro – A Day of Horary Astrology Fisk Hall, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
This discussion of Horary Astrology includes: the houses, how they affect the question, how they affect the aspects, when to increase or narrow the orb, the Solstice Points and the difference between the chart and all the aspects the Moon will make while in the sign she occupies. He will touch on Arabian Parts, especially the Part-of-Fortune. Why he uses the Mean Nodes, not the True Nodes. During the workshop audience questions will illustrate things in both natal and horary astrology. All horary charts used will be from clients where the outcome is known. A workbook will be furnished to attendees.
Gilbert Navarro has been a professional astrologer for 40 years. He was educated in natal and horary astrology by Ivy M. Goldstein-Jacobson. He is the creator of the Gilbert Navarro Course in Horary Astrology with students throughout the world. Gilbert was co-creator with Mary E. Shea of the Good Days Action Planning Guide. www.navarroastrology.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 6:00 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.