Seminar-Programm


Saturday 23 January 1999
Liz Greene, Zurich: Neptune in Aquarius: The Meaning of its Transits
This seminar will explore the transits of Neptune to planets in the birth chart, with special reference to its movement through Aquarius and the relevance of this to the individual whose chart is triggered. The historical import of Neptune in Aquarius will also be discussed. Also relevant in this seminar is the ongoing square of transiting Saturn in Taurus to Neptune in Aquarius, and we will examine the meaning of this aspect in the heavens and how affects the individual.

Saturday 20 February 1999
Liz Greene, Zurich: Pluto in Sagittarius: The Meaning of its Transits
This seminar will explore the transits of Pluto in the birth chart with special reference to its movement through Sagittarius. All those with planets in mutable signs will receive major hard aspects from transiting Pluto in Sagittarius, and many others will experience its easier aspects or, at the least, minor aspects. Pluto moving through Sagittarius is relevant for everyone. The historical and contemporary importance of the transit in terms of the collective will be discussed, as well as how Pluto works when it moves across natal and progressed planets in the individual chart.

Saturday 20 March 1999 (cancelled)
Charles Harvey, London: Communicating the whole Chart to the Client

The job of the astrologer is both to listen to the client and hear their current situation, yet also to place the present time in the context of the client's larger potential. Above all the astrologer's work is to shine light on the individual's potential and the significance of their present situation and how the present time can be seen as a step towards greater fulfillment. This seminar will set out a model for consultation work which enables the client to obtain a deeper structural understanding of their life and its potential, and allows them to work with the information that the astrologer provides. Students should bring their own birth chart and midpoints.

Saturday 6 November 1999
Liz Greene, Zurich: Old Cheesefoot, Part One: Saturn in the Birth Horoscope
"Old Cheesefoot" is a medieval term for the Devil, a role which Saturn often seems to play. This seminar, the first of two on this planet, will explore Saturn in depth in the birth chart, through its sign and house placements and its aspects to other natal planets. Special emphasis will be given to the emotional experiences of deprivation, fear, limitation, and projection of "inferiority" which accompany Saturn's birth placement, as well as an exploration of the constructive potential and deeper meaning of apparently negative Saturnian experiences. (Note: Some time will be given in the afternoon to charts from members of the seminar group. If you wish your chart discussed as an example, please bring it on a transparency for the overhead projector.)

Saturday 4 December 1999
Liz Greene, Zurich: Old Cheesefoot, Part Two: Saturn in Synastry and in Progressions and Transits
This seminar will explore the way in which Saturn is so often implicated in cross-aspects in important relationships. Although Saturn links between two charts are often very difficult to work with, it seems that they are necessary if a relationship is to reach any level of depth and transformation for both people. The aspects of transiting Saturn to natal planets will also be examined in depth, as well as important transits to natal Saturn and progressed aspects involving this planet. (Note: As with Part One, if you wish your chart discussed as an example, please bring it on a transparency for the overhead projector.)

 

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