Most of us can quite easily find others to be around, but our need for connection, intimacy, closeness, love are much harder to fulfill. This brings us to the subject of successful intimate relationships. Your astrological chart shows the map, and the hidden clues to finding and maintaining successful personal relationships. Details and pricing
SDAS is delighted to kick off 2018 with TWO great events featuring author and columnist SUSIE COX! Friday night’s lecture will offer an astrological overview of the new year ahead, and in her Saturday workshop Susie will give an introduction to the fascinating study of Astro*Carto*Graphy! Details and pricing
MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW – Come join us at the annual SDAS holiday and winter solstice party, featuring good food, good people, and good times! Winter solstice is the time of year when we celebrate the return of light, so it’s a time for reflection, fun, and celebration!
We’re still planning this year’s party, so stay tuned for details! Read more
Respected Horary astrologer Nina Gryphon joins us for two events at the Joyce Beers Community Center in Hillcrest. Her Friday night lecture (Nov. 10) will introduce Horary astrology, the art of answering a question based on a chart calculated for the moment it is understood by the astrologer. Nina will also teach an intensive Advanced Horary workshop on Saturday, Nov. 11. Details and Pricing
Though this summer’s eclipses have garnered a lot more attention recently, two other noteworthy celestial events will dominate astrological discussion this fall: Both Jupiter and Saturn will change signs. We want to hear what you think and offer some insights into these important shifts! At our October meeting, SDAS will present mini-lectures by President April Elliott Kent (on Saturn in Capricorn) and Vice-President Loda Shaw (on Jupiter in Scorpio), who will then lead a group discussion about what these planetary sign changes will mean for you and for the world. Read More
The Moon represents our deepest needs and instincts. We have all been trained to judge and resist these impulses. We generally do not trust the validity of what we desire, and may even doubt our sanity when irrationally drawn to certain things or people. In some cases, we’re wise to steer clear. But much of what we perceive as dark or twisted (in ourselves or others) is actually a cry for help from the parts of us that have long been repressed, denied or shamed.
Simone will share examples in women’s and men’s charts of how various Moon signs act out when their needs aren’t being met, and she’ll illustrate how certain transits to the Moon can bring out the beast in even the best of us – or prompt us to fulfill our heart’s desires. Read more