Bringing the stars...down to Earth

Jun
12
Fri
2015
SDAS BAZAAR: Annual Astrological & Psychic Faire @ Joyce Beers Community Center (between Panera and Aladdin's)
Jun 12 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Thereader San Diego Astrological Society (SDAS) will host its annual fundraising bazaar—providing readers ready to serve you on June 12, 2015. Participants can choose one or two ten-minute readings from a selection of experienced psychics and other readers specializing in astrology, Tarot and runes. So come ready to explore your inner and outer realities at this once-a-year-only event. Have more than a peek into the “hot spots” of your present and future while at the same time helping to support SDAS—and bring a friend!

The fee is $10 per reading with a maximum of two readings for the evening (maybe more if there’s time). Price applies to members and guests alike. The SDAS library will have tables stacked with books for sale at wonderfully discounted prices. We will also have our usual offering of delicious diet busting food for refreshments along with some more sensible choices.

Take advantage of this opportunity to experience new specialties in these types of consultations you may not have explored before that may introduce you to new tools for personal insights. This event can even identify new areas you might want to pursue for future learning and study.

This is one of the ways we at SDAS are able to develop the financial resources necessary to bring you the top-notch astrological speakers that come to share their knowledge and wisdom with our group each month. We appreciate your support in making this bazaar a success and hope that you find some new insights in the process—as well as some fun.

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Jul
10
Fri
2015
Douglas Noblehorse Lecture and Workshop @ Joyce Beers Community Center (between Panera and Aladdin's)
Jul 10 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Noblehorse-SDAS

Douglas Noblehorse

Friday Lecture
The Part of Fortune: What is It? And Why Should I Care?

Astrologers dutifully record the position of the Part of Fortune in the horoscopes they cast,  but many are unaware of where this practice came from, what its history is and most importantly, what does it really mean in a chart? Lacking most of all is a clear understanding of just how to use the Part of Fortune in astrological interpretation in the modern world.

During this Friday night lecture we’ll explore all of these issues and more – investigating where the Part of Fortune comes from, how it was used by those who came before us – and how it can be connected and applied to today’s world.

Please bring your natal charts with you – whether or not you know where the Part of Fortune is. If you know, it might not be where you think it is! And if you don’t know where your Part of Fortune is we’ll show you how to find it in your chart (with a minimum of math!)

After exploring the Part of Fortune’s connections to our modern world the lecture will end with a tease for Saturday’s workshop introducing an ancient concept of the Soul – and its connection to and expression through the Part of Fortune.

Saturday Workshop, July 11, 2015 (4 hrs) Time, location, and cost TBA
The Flight of the Chariot: Seeking Soul in the Horoscope

The astro-metaphysical study of the Soul has been a subject worthy of study from the earliest beginnings of horoscopic astrology – and in Saturday’s workshop we’ll explore a common Soul meme expressed by many different civilizations in the Ancient world – and how that meme is expressed through the astrological horoscope. We’ll learn where in our charts we’re attached to the world of Matter – and where in our charts we can find the energy and spirit to balance this attachment. Other points indicate the desires that drive this process – including the necessary circumstances we must confront.

Furthermore, how can we best manage this Soul process? How can we best interact with this process? Who in our lives can best help us… and who hinders us? Bring your natal chart with you to explore all of these questions and more as we’ll use a minimum of celebrity charts for example purposes, focusing more on audience chart participation and interaction.

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Douglas Noblehorse has been studying and practicing astrology for over 45 years. Initially finding inspiration in the Rudhyar’s Humanistic astrology popularized during the 70s and 80s, he began a study of traditional Hellenistic astrology in 2006 – and was delighted to find unmistakable connections to modern-day astrology! He lives in Phoenix, Arizona where he gives readings, lectures, teaches classes, and writes on various aspects of Astrology. Doug also serves on the board of the Arizona Society of Astrologers as their Education Director and Webmaster. He can be contacted at noblehorse@cox.net or through his website Hermes Half Hour at www.hermeshalfhour.com

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