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Welcome to AAStL

"...Astrology represents the summation of all the psychological knowledge of antiquity." - C.G. Jung

We gather on the second Sunday of each month from 2:00 to 5:00 pm (unless otherwise noted) at the Brentwood Community Center: 2505 South Brentwood Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63144. Click here for a map and directions.

Attendees may arrive anytime after 1:30pm for a half-hour of socializing before our monthly program begins at 2pm.

Visitors are welcome at our meetings.  A $5 donation is suggested.  If you are interested in becoming a member, please click here to review our Bylaws and Statement of Ethics.  Membership applications are available at our meetings. Annual membership is $25, due in June, and prorated after December.

You may contact us by email at with any questions or suggestions for this Website. We invite you to our public page on Facebook for astrological updates and additional announcements. Our mailing address is AAStL, P.O. Box 31032, St. Louis MO 63131.

April 14th meeting topic...

Open Table Discussion
There will be separate tables for Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced level astrologers. This is an opportunity to get more specialized information at your level. Just choose the table topics that suit you and you can also move around.

   *** NOTE: This April 14 program will NOT be at the Brentwood Community Center, but instead will be at the following location just for this program:

Garden of Life Spiritual Center
9525 Eddie & Park Road
Crestwood, MO 63126

Enter lower level off parking lot at sign for "Community Events".

Bring along your birth chart. If you don’t have one, bring us your birth data (date, time, and place of birth) and we will provide you with a free chart.

Note: Our May meeting is held on the 3rd Sunday due to Mother's Day.

*SPECIAL EVENT: Sunday, May 19th…
Sedna Consciousness, the Soul’s Path of Destiny

***Special Out of Town Speaker***

Alan Clay from New Zealand will be speaking on his book, Sedna Consciousness in our meeting room at the Brentwood Community Center. He will have his book for sale at the meeting.

This program is free for AAStL members and $10 for non-members.

Sedna Consciousness
reviewed by Chris Lorenz in Dell Horoscope Magazine

On November 14, 2003, astronomers at Caltech discovered a new planet beyond the orbit of Pluto with an extraordinary lengthy orbit period of 11, 406 years. Astrologers looking back at the discoveries of Uranus, Neptune and Pluto know that these new planets represent emerging transpersonal archetypes reshaping our collective consciousness. What could Sedna symbolise in natal horoscopes or geopolitical events.

Alan Clay, who has been researching this new planet for several years, presents his findings in Sedna Consciousness, a dauntingly lengthy book of nearly 1200 pages. What makes the study of Sedna interesting is that it is approaching its closest pass to Earth in 2076. The last time Sedna was this close to Earth was eleven thousand years ago when the last ice age was ending and the Neolithic Revolution being ushered in. Humanity as a whole was transforming from small, mobile hunter gatherers to non-nomadic societies based on agriculture.

Could we soon be entering into a similar revolution of consciousness brought about by Sedna? This is Clay's contention, and he gives numerous case studies of individuals with Sedna prominently placed own their natal charts and who are leading the way towards this new consciousness. Before getting into these examples, he correlates Sedna's 2003 discovery with three concurrent breakthroughs that help to define Sedna's meaning. It's the same technique astrologers used to define Uranus, Neptune and Pluto - namely that transformative events that take place when a new planet is discovered resonate with the new planet's significance.

The paradigm-busting discoveries in 2003 were about how cells communicate with each other; the rise of Artificial Intelligence; and the discovery that dark energy make up some 68 percent of the Universe. From these events, Clay makes some assumptions about Sedna's nature and then demonstrates these in the horoscopes and mini biographies of Sedna individuals. One of his primary hypotheses is that Dark Energy that is all around us is spiritual energy. Another is that individual humans are like cells of planetary consciousness, and that illness has a higher purpose than to just make us miserable.

The first case study is James Lovelock and his Gaia Hypothesis. Lovelock proposed that organisms coevolved with their environment and that we collectively live in a planetary ecosystem with its own consciousness. This fits in nicely with mythological background as an Inuit Goddess who supports harmony between Humanity and Nature. With Sedna trine Lovelocks Midheaven, this new planet shaped his professional status and his landmark hypothesis.

The first two hundred pages of Sedna are filled with these kinds of case studies, plus some background info on her discovery, myth and physical characteristics. Then the rest of the book, some one thousand pages, is a reference section delineating Sedna in aspect to the other planets. For this reason those interested in Sedna should not feel intimidated by the unusual length of this book.

Other Midwest Astrological Organizations
Check out the ‘Sister Oranizations’ listed on our Links page for information on offerings from other astrology groups within driving distance of St. Louis. Carpooling may be available for special events.