Eris, the newest addition to the solar system, is a dwarf planet far out past Pluto named for the sister of Mars. We will look at its mythological roots, chart examples from the famous and infamous, and its implications in mundane astrology and modern history. For instance, it seems to play a part in women’s issues. This lecture focuses on ideas and speculation about interpretation rather than definitive research. Attendees can bring their charts and offer input.
Beth Turnage will give the pre-lecture starting on 6:15 PM on Trans-Neptunian planets and why they are important to us now.
Workshop: Sat., March 21, 2015, 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
Follow the Ruler
With so much to look at in charts and forecasting, it is easy to drown in details. Going back to the basics can be very revealing! Using charts of well-known people and data provided by participants (their own or those of people they want to examine), we will follow the rulers of the Sun and Rising signs to see high and low points indicated by progressions, returns and transits.
Janet Booth (astrologybooth.com) has been immersed in the world of astrology for more that 35 years. She has a Level II certification from the National Council for Geocosmic Research and serves a national clientele of individuals, couples and businesses. Author of Janet’s Plan-its astrology calendars and host of a cable TV show, LOOKING UP, on West Hartford Community Television (whctv.org), she is a long-time member and a past president of the ASC.