Updated 28 February 2021 - On Sunday, March 21, from 2:00 to 3:30pm, AAStL members and their guests will meet via Zoom for an open forum where we can discuss what has been happening astrologically personally or in the world. In addition, attendees may offer a brief presentation on a topic they have been studying. An email containing instructions for joining the meeting will be sent to members about March 20.
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On Sunday, February 21, Ellen Bartin presented "SIX CONSECUTIVE NEW MOONS AT 23º: Seeding of a New Era." For six months—October, 2020 through March 2021, each consecutive New Moon occurs at 23º—starting in Libra through Pisces. This represents a time of transition into a new era. The last time that a sequence of six or more New Moons occurred at 23º was during the Middle Ages, that is, until we leap forward five centuries to 1944, 1963, and 2020. In the modern era, for the United States, each of these years was a distinctive turning point in cultural and societal change, and a change in our global power dynamics. Where will we find ourselves by the Pisces New Moon on March 13, 2021?
On Sunday, January 24, Nikki Davenport and Audria Gebhardt presented via Zoom "WELCOME TO 2021" which highlighted astrological events and insights for this year—aspects, eclipses, Ingresses, and more.
On December 13, Audria Gebhardt facilitated a roundtable open forum astrological discussion via Zoom. Thanks to everyone who participated!
On November 1, Nikki Davenport presented her research into the charts of the U.S. Presidential candidates and more, in a preview of the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election. Related to this topic are an article written by Christine Arens entitled, "Donald Trump's Birth Time Mystery": https://keplercollege.org/index.php/articles-opinions/using-astrology/1029-donald-trump-birthtime
and Cassandra Joan Butler's post-election analysis: https://cassandrajoanbutler.com/post-election-expect-the-unexpected/
On October 25th, Sharon Miller, M.A., presented "ASTROLOGY, SCIENCE, & SPIRITUALITY," a lecture and discussion of the findings from her many years of research into the relationship between hermetic cosmology, electromagnetism, and astrology. See her website description and link on the Resources page for more information about her research. Thank you, Sharon, for the lessons in Hermes' cosmology just as Mercury and the Sun aligned their waves in our direction, reaching us through the 9th house!
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On the topic of astrology as a science, Astrology Hub has produced this excellent video interview of astrologer and physicist Nadia Smirnova-Mierau, entitled, "Is Astrology a Science and Why?": https://astrologyhub.com/video/is-astrology-a-science-and-why-with-astrologer-and-physicist-nadia-smirnova-mierau/
Ray Merriman, the world's leading Financial Astrologer, discusses the current pandemic, economy, financial markets, and outer planet transits, as well as his 50-plus-year study and practice of astrology, in this one-hour interview that begins at minute 4:58:
Listed below are some online classes and articles of interest.
Astrology University offers online seminars and coursework, and has videos available on their YouTube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC3Y0tVCyfOZiXTaUbQqPhg
Kepler College has a long list of astrology articles available at:
https://keplercollege.org/index.php/list-of-all-articles (thank you, Shelley!)
as well as astrology courses, webinars, and workshops: https://keplercollege.org/index.php/events/upcoming-events
Online Astrology courses and webinars from
International Academy of Astrology: https://astrocollege.org
An astrological perspective on the current virus pandemic, in a Mountain Astrologer article written by St. Louis native Arielle Guttman of Santa Fe, New Mexico, using the 12/31/19 discovery announcement date: https://mountainastrologer.com/tma/a-look-at-coronavirus-with-a-view-from-the-stars
Alex Miller at https://DaykeeperJournal.com has used the 1/7/20 virus identification date in his asteroid-oriented analyses of the virus pandemic: https://daykeeperjournal.com/2020/03/astrology-coronavirus-outbreak/ and
Recently added to our Resources page under Useful Links:
Soupe Cosmique - a weekly worldwide listing of astrological webinars
Astrology Hub - Online astrology trainings, weekly podcasts and videos
Planet Watcher - A handy tool for viewing current planetary placements and upcoming planetary aspects
In 2021, until further notice, AAStL members are meeting monthly on a Sunday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. via Zoom.
We invite you to our public page on Facebook for astrological updates and additional announcements. You may contact us by email at AstrologyStL@gmail.com with any questions or suggestions for this Website. Our mailing address is AAStL, PO Box 31032, St.Louis MO 63131
Do check out the services and learning opportunities offered by our individual members at their websites shown on the Resources page, at the Members' Articles page, and at our monthly meeting programs:
Sunday, February 9th meeting topic:
BIOGRAPHY OF BENJAMIN BANNEKER
Benjamin Banneker -- An unsung architect of modern astrology. As practicing astrologers, one of the tools that we use regularly in our work is the Ephemeris. Have you ever wondered how such a wonderful tool came about? Well, we owe this amazing man a huge thank you for that, as well as for many other things. Come learn more about this early American mathematician, astronomer, and almanac author/ astrologer from Rashanda Jefferson, as we celebrate Black History Month!
NOTICE: This program is being postponed to a later date due to the temporary closing of the Brentwood Community Center as a community health precaution.
Meeting topic that was originally scheduled for Sunday, March 15th:
VISIONING OUR FUTURE -
THE PLEIADES SACRED CALENDAR
Join us as Nikki Davenport leads us in exploring the Pleiades Astrology System which is linked to the cycles of Venus, the Sacred Mayan Calendar, Aztec Calendar, and the Sacred Cherokee Integration with the Pleiades system. We will learn a new calendar based on energy, not time. "We are all parts of one human family, one body, like drops of water in the same ocean." Pia Orleane
The rescheduled date for this topic will be announced when information is available.
On Sunday, February 21, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m., Ellen Bartin will present "SIX CONSECUTIVE NEW MOONS AT 23º: Seeding of a New Era."
For six months—October, 2020 through March 2021, each consecutive New Moon occurs at 23º—starting in Libra through Pisces. This represents a time of transition into a new era. The last time that a sequence of six or more New Moons occurred at 23º was during the Middle Ages, that is, until we leap forward five centuries to 1944, 1963, and 2020. In the modern era, for the United States, each of these years was a distinctive turning point in cultural and societal change, and a change in our global power dynamics. Where will we find ourselves by the Pisces New Moon on March 13, 2021?
On Sunday, May 16 from 2:00 to 3:30pm, Catherine Rankovic will present "COMPATIBILITY CHARTS 101: How to compare natal charts for relationship compatibility (synastry) using the Biwheel tool...or not."
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