Updated 4 July 2020 - The AAStL monthly astrological programs will resume at a future date whenever and however it becomes feasible to present them, as risks to our health are evaluated with regard to the latest pandemic data and guidelines. We are investigating new meeting locations as well as online meetings. Notice of the next meeting will be provided as soon as we have information. The Sun has shifted to Cancer for a month, and Astrology Hub has produced several videos for this Solstice and Cancer New Moon Eclipse, one featuring Rick Levine--
and another featuring a panel of seven astrologers--
Rick Levine has also prepared two astrological analyses for the month of July, a fascinating overview produced by AstrologyHub.com:
and a day-by-day chart analysis, also found at StarIQ.com:
Arielle Guttman analyzes this weekend's Lunar Eclipse in her Mid-Year Planet Review: https://sophiavenus.com/mid-year-planet-review
AAStL member Rachel McCabe offers her thoughts and a relaxing body scan meditation for the recent June Solar Eclipse...thank you, Rachel!---
In her daily blog AAStL board member Linda Sherwin presents her thoughts on the recent Cancer Solar Eclipse---
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.
Kepler College 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:
Daykeeper Journal - Maya del Mar's site with Daily Success Guide
Astrology Hub - Online astrology trainings, weekly podcasts and videos
Planet Watcher - A handy tool for viewing current planetary placements and upcoming planetary aspects.
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 S. Brentwood Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63144.
* In 2020 we are scheduled for the THIRD Sunday in March, April, and May. Community health precautions may cause cancellations or a change of meeting location.
Upcoming scheduled meeting dates: August 9, Sep.13, Oct.11, Nov. 8, Dec.13.
Scroll down the page for our program topics and details.
Door opens at 1:30pm for a half-hour of socializing before our program begins at 2pm. Visitors are welcome at our meetings. A $5 donation is suggested.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please 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 AstrologyStL@gmail.com 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, 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.
Later this year (date yet to be determined), Sharon Miller, M.A., will present "ASTROLOGY, SCIENCE, & SPIRITUALITY," a lecture and discussion of the findings from her many years of research into the relationship between hermetic cosmology and astrology. Those who attend will receive a copy of Ms. Miller's latest book, a short version of her prior textbook on the subject. See her website description and link on the Resources page for more information about her research.
2505 S. Brentwood Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63144
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Donations to AAStL in person or mailed to P.O. Box 31032, St. Louis MO 63131, are welcome and encouraged, but are not tax-deductible.
Astrology is and has always been about our connection with the Universe. It is a divine tool which, properly used, can bring about a profound alignment between the individual and the cosmos.
Founded in 1974, the Astrological Association of St. Louis is a non-profit, benevolent, educational organization dedicated to promoting greater understanding of and research into the cosmic principles of astrology. By enhancing awareness of our cosmic potential, AAStL fosters conscious personal growth through the responsible use of this Wisdom Tool.
OF THE ASTROLOGICAL ASSOCIATION OF ST. LOUIS
We request that all potential members read through our Bylaws and Statement of Ethics before submitting an application.
The Astrological Association of St. Louis keeps all members’ birth data and other personal information strictly confidential.
Members agree to do likewise with respect to such personally identifying information both for their clients and for their astrological colleagues.
Members agree to abide by generally accepted standards of ethical behavior,
• treating both clients and colleagues with the respect due to them as individuals,
• being sure to obtain their permission for any release of personal data,
• not using membership in this organization to imply any degree of astrological proficiency or certification, and
• recognizing their position of authority and responsibility as students, practitioners, and representatives of this divine science.