Defining your Career
When looking for vocational indicators I have found it to be of great importance to look at both the Tropical and Sidereal chart. These 2 charts speak to each other. I wonder if the Sidereal, because it is based on the stars placements from long ago, may be indicating vocational traits, DNA, and genetic predispositions which add to our tropical chart. It is if the sidereal zodiac has now progressed itself to the tropical zodiac through the precession of the constellations. Something to ponder on, research and experiment with,
You may even find yourself!
1. A Tropical chart gives Sagg 3-4} MC spirituality, philosophies, religion
A Sidereal chart gives a Scorpio 9- 10-11} MC – research hidden mysteries
10-11} Scorpio is connected to the fixed star Acrux – which rules astrology
Interpretation: there is a need for this person to research and dig deep for the meaning of religion, spirituality, philosophy and other 9th house issues
2. Tropical – the Sun is in Virgo 21-22} in the 8th house – detailed technical research work
Sidereal – the Sun is in Virgo at 26-27} Leo in the 8th house – 26-27} Leo rules astrologers, and combined with the tropical chart: an astrologer, who is interested in the hidden mysteries and does detailed technical work
Finding your Career Path
1. Houses 1,2,3 Self Motivated
..Self starters, great initiators, but may not finish what they start independent, pioneers in a new realm of thought or work, idea people. Similar to Aries energy, make good salespersons
2. Houses 4, 5, 6 Inwardly Motivated, Introversion, instinctual, subjective, Creative, artistic, and systematic, facilitators, counselors, coaches. They are not as self imitating as the 1st quadrant and work well supporting, negotiating, and integrating for a larger system
3. Houses 7, 8, 9, Others Motivated, good at completing projects, works well with others in larger organizations, in a social context, public relations, team players, they are co-operative.
4. Houses 10,11,12 Motivating Others, outgoing and objective
humanitarian and global community goals, concerned with the whole of humanity, the earth, political issues, they encourage others to take action, to participate
Is there a Stellium or several planets in a particular sign?
What is the element of the sign and the house placement? E.g. A stellium of Libra air is in the 8th house, Scorpio water.
Michel Gauquelin and his wife Francoise conducted a 20 year research project on this topic and following are the results:
Planets found on the within a 30 degree arc of the ascendant or midheaven will show a strong tendency to certain careers:
Moon – writers, politicians
Moon not influential – athletes
Mars – athletes, military, scientist, physicians
Mars not influential – writer, musicians, painters
Jupiter – politicians, journalists, actors, military
Jupiter not influential – scientists and physicians
Saturn – scientists and physicians
Saturn not Influential – writers, painters
Where’s the Sun, sign and house?
Planets ruling the Sun
The ruler of the sun is in what house and sign
At what degree?
At what fixed star?
The Scout Planet
The planet that rose ahead of the sun, moving clockwise?
Look for the planet that is closet to and in a lower degree than the sun.
According to Mark Edmond Jones, creator of the Sabian symbols and a brilliant astrologer, the Oriental Planet (scout) is one’s “underlying capacity”. This interpretation is also found in Ptolemy’s Tetabiblos.
Another opinion comes from Michael R. Meyer, who states the orient al planet gives special skills and abilities.
For example, my Scout Planet is 11o Virgo – degree interpretation states – rules circle activities; gives a special interest and ability for astrology; fate has marked this degree for something unusual, interested in mystical things, fixed star Zosma
What is the degree, and fixed star?
Possible careers related to your oriental planet:
Moon: real estate, writer, food and or restaurant business, counselor, depth psychologist, genealogy, politicians
Mercury: collecting data, journalism, transportation, chauffeur, teacher, salesperson, secretarial work, computer programmer, printer, broadcasting, postal workers, delivery persons, interpreter, retail business
Venus: beauty industry, artists, public relations, musician, florist, gardener, banking, museum curator, landscape architect, culture and the arts
Mars: athlete, military, physical fitness, steelworkers, firefighter, police, business executive, engineer, bridge builder, acupuncturist, jewelry maker, iron worker, mechanics, tools and hardware, motivational speaker
Jupiter: travel agent, publisher, religion, professor, judge, legal professions, judge, manufacturer and sales of shoes, advertising, foreign diplomat or journalist, writer, gaming, podiatrist
Saturn: government, finance, business, managerial positions, executives, real estate, contractors, builder’s dentist, chiropractors, mountaineering
Uranus : science, invention, technology, humanitarian careers, electrical engineers, astronauts, labor relations, technicians, astrologers, astronomers, neurologists, weatherman,
Neptune: oceanography, photography, movie industry, artists, psychologists, social workers, musician, poets, psychic, pharmacist, bartenders, fishermen, sailors, boat owners, healing professions
Pluto: investigator, police, detective, CIA, researcher, investor, financier, banking, stock broker, mortgages, tax consultant, sex
trades, psychologist, professions related to death and dying, also birthing, midwives, hospices, esoteric and occult, metaphysician, insurance, recycling, waste management, demolition, pest control
Planet ruling the Midheaven – MC
The ruler of the MC is in what house and sign?
At what degree? Sabian Symbol and degree? (Degrees of the Zodiac by Donna Henson)
Is it connected to a fixed star?
The Career Houses, 2, 6, and 10
Planets in these houses
Asteroids and Chiron in the career houses are important
Cusp of the house and the ruler is posited where?
Sabian and degree symbols
Prominent Fixed Stars
Look at the Cusp of the house and where is the ruler located?
E.g. the ruler of the 10th is Sagittarius and Jupiter is the ruler, and is placed in the 3rd house… and there is a possibility that Chiron is also the co-ruler of Sagittarius, so one would look to this placement as well. You may also want to look to see where Pisces and Neptune are as there is a Jupiter connection here.
So here, we sold say the ruler of the 10th is in the 3rd, meaning this person needs to communicate their ideas in spiritual, philosophical, higher education, foreign and travel interests in an enthusiastic way.
Look at the 2nd house, planets, asteroids, cusps, element, Sabian symbols, and fixed stars, aspects
Look at the 6th house, planets, asteroids, cusps, element’s Sabian and degree symbols, fixed stars, aspects
Look at the 10th house, planets, asteroids, cusps, elements, Sabain and degree symbols, fixed stars, aspects
Speaking of Aspects
Quintiles – an aspect of 72°, and bi-quintiles of 144o – apparently give a gift or talent. Although I have not regularly used this method it is something that I think is well worth closer examination
The Yod – known as the fated finger of God, may also point to a career direction or reveal a gift or talent
Progression of Saturn, sign and house change, planetary returns, progressed moon or MC may indicate a change of career, or new direction.
Look for a theme of planetary energies at least 3 times
e.g. Sagittarius in the MC
Ruler Jupiter is in the 3 mercury house – (trine the sun and scout planet mercury) and sextiles the 6th house of work Uranus and the moon
Mars in Sagittarius in the 10th house
Further: Chiron is co-ruler of the MC and is in the 12 house while Neptune, the 12 house ruler is in ruled by the 9th house – (it is on the cusp 8-9)
Strong Sagittarius Emphasis
What I Really Think
The MC, its ruler, and house placement of the ruler, also… degree, Sabian symbol, and fixed stars
Placement of the Sun
What is the scout planet and its tightest aspect, degree, fixed star
What is the midpoint of the sun and scout planet? Degree, fixed star?
Where is Saturn and what the tightest aspect, degrees, fixed stars is. Is Saturn the scout planet?
Is Saturn conjunct other planets?
What planets are in the 2,6,10 houses
What are their aspects?
Where the other rulers of the work houses , Venus (2 house) and Mercury (6 house) and do they have any aspects? Is either of these 2 planets the scout planet?
Where are the nodes? Degrees, and fixed stars?
What is the ascendant? Degrees and fixed stars?
Are there any Quintiles, Noviles?
Make your self a list of what you find, compare and count the similarities.
Astrology – 5
Writing – 3
Religion, mystical – 4
Psychology – 3
Here we have a mystical-religious astrologer who is interested in psychology, mythology and philosophy, and likes to research and write about her findings!!!
Here are some examples of what you may expect from Capricorn on the Cusps:
1 disciplined hard worker, ambitious, business owner, independent ,assertive
2 financial success, career supports self worth and values, own business, beauty industries artistic, musical, agriculture
copyright, Dawn Muncaster, 2007
3 communication, writing, and transportation fields, driving
hi-ways, city planning, educator, motivational speaker
4 real estate, renovations, family business or heritage, history, emotionally involved in work, mining, forest industry, marines, fisherman, shipways, sailor
5 creativity, sports, investment broker, entertainment industry, theatre, children, amusement industry, actors
6 requires stable employment, government jobs, hospitals, clothing business & designers, restaurateurs , dieticians, detailed work, service industries, apprenticeship, training
7 work with others; often the marriage partner, needs to feel stable and secure, commitment to a goal, counseling , law, court reporter
8 the handling of others recourses, taxation, economics, bankers, mortgage brokers, credit, owning a business connected to sexuality, seductiveness, caring for the elderly, death, trauma,
executors of estates, will preparation, notaries, private detectives, research, the hidden sciences, interest in death and the afterlife.
9 higher education, teachers, professors, religion, travel,
philosophy, legal professions, foreign countries, diplomats, cultures, import/export business
10 requires a position that will bring one into the spotlight, prominence, executive ability, government positions, and good organizational skills, very determined, of good reputation
11 humanitarian agencies, social organizations and movements, science and technology, astrology, astronomy, working with a friend in business
12 working behind the scenes, charitable organizations, churches, movie industry, psychology, unconscious mind, meditation, retreats, photography, dancers. water careers, e.g. diving, swimming, and sailing
Sun Sign and Planetary Emphasis and Careers
Aries – physical strength, body builders, physical fitness industry, self initiating careers, sales, fire fighter, armed forces, engineering, stunt man
Taurus – beauty industry, agriculture, textiles, horticulture, herbology, environment, ecology, forestry, lucrative business opportunites, accounting, finance, arts, music, singers, carpentry, woodworking, decorator, luxury trades, florist, gardener, food industry
Gemini – communication, secretarial, newspapers business, local reporter, journalist, printing, transportation, teaching, local community, information, mailman, writing, education, languages, radio, news broadcaster, telemarketing
Cancer – real estate, mining, caring professions, nursing counseling, cooking, genealogy hospitality, bed and breakfast operations, forestry, museums, antiques, mechanic, history, home trades, ship builder
Leo – anything that is fun! and brings attention! children, creativity, hobbies teacher, sports, investment broker, gambler, casinos, theatre, musicians, self expressions, children’s books, entertainment business, event planner, jewelry designer, leader, with magnetic, dynamic and charismatic qualities
Virgo – healthcare, medicine, nutrition, hygiene, dietician, technical & skilled careers, systems analyst, systems organizer, psychologist, diagnostic skills, veterinarian, or working with pets, organizations such as the SPCA, service industry’s, researchers, writers, critical and technical writers, editor, clothing and designers, restaurants, yoga instructor, secretary, employment, career counselor, physiotherapist, accounting
Libra – counseling (especially, marriage, and legal), legal professions, arts music, fashion, decorating, mediation, public relations, business partnerships, cosmetician, esthetician, hair
stylists, fashion models, hotel industry, furniture design, china
and porcelain trades, personal assistant, wine trades, lingerie trades, spa industry
Scorpio – investigators, detectives, police, criminal psychologist, taxes, good of the dead, life after death, hidden
esoteric mysteries, scientific analyst, army and navy, surgeon, banking, insurance, mining, geologist, customs official, prison service, criminal justice, funeral director, recycling, sex therapist, stock broker
Sagittarius – ministers, professors, lecturers, universities and places of higher education, astronauts, and positions related to foreigners, foreign countries, diplomats, foreign languages and correspondents, embassies, and long distance travel, airlines, and travel industry, motivational and inspirational speakers, trainers, writers, publishing, book sellers, library’s, language teacher, translator
Capricorn – vocational counselor, government, military, business owners, executives, authorities’ positions, politics, farming, music, musical conductor, town planner, dentist, chiropractor, osteopath, knee surgeon, paratroopers, mountaineers, estate agent, archeologist, mathematician, geometry, time keeper
Aquarius – humanitarian positions, technology, astronomy, astrology, air travel, inventors, ufologists, T.V., electronics, unions and other large groups, revolutionary activists, social activists, science, promoting social awareness and future progressive action, world, global change, lightening, goal setting
Pisces – pharmacist, hospital worker, addiction counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist, podiatrist, reflexologist, water related occupations, artists, musicians, fund raising, charitable careers, missionaries (with Jupiter), jail systems, probation officers, persons who wear uniforms, welfare workers, cruise ships, mental health occupations, spiritual retreats
©Copyright, Dawn Muncaster, 2007
Tuesday, July 19th, 2011 | articles | Read & Comment
CERES in our Solar System was given a promotion a few years ago, and seems to be quite a big player in the energy it is downwloading to our planet.
What could be the symbolic meaning of Pluto’s demotion?
Perhaps he and Ceres are playing on level ground now as equal partners?
Or, is it…
Light over Darkness?
Hope versus Despair?
Is it time for the Feminine to Lead?
Our Global Community is exasperated with the darkness of the gases, waste and refuses permeating our Earth and Pluto must stop the destruction!
Ceres will take her place once again as the Earth Mother of Gaia
‘A Symbolic act whereby Ceres gains custody of the Earth once again.’
Are Ceres and Pluto ready to take joint custody of the planet with a positive vision for the future?
Ceres through the Signs and Houses
Think of the key words for each Zodiac sign and house, then, do the same for Ceres, and we will have a good idea as to how Ceres may manifest itself in the signs and houses. Ceres projects nurturing, love, mothering, parenting, grief, despair, depression, love and care of the homeland, the earth, agriculture, gardening foodstuff, nutrition, the Initiation process through childbirth, death, dying and resurrection, and the mysteries behind the hidden veil.
Aries or 1st House
Ceres will be an obvious part of the personality, initiating and promoting self nurturance and caring for others. Independent, assertive, self starter, action orientated, physical activity, the grief work of Ceres may be connected to the self, through health, appearance, personality, or projection to partner could occur, or may attract a challenging partner or relationship.
Taurus or 2nd House
Ceres here will find nurturance in owning possessions, giving comfort to others by touch, massage, food, gardening, agriculture, horticulture, farming, crop circles researchers, environmental issues, stability, sharing artistic, musical and nurturing talents. Copyright, Dawn Muncaster, 2007
They will enjoy a day at the spa, and/or with a beautician. Loss and grief work connected to possessions, values, self worth, loss of earning ability, addiction to food and other eating disorders. This placement needs to learn relax and have some fun.
Gemini or 3rd House
Communication is important, giving, receiving and collecting data and information so they may share it with others. They like to communicate to others and public relations may be their niche, at least in the local community. Possibly educators or those who like to be educated. They need to feel competent when communicating with others. Short distance travel, cab and bus drivers, postman, real estate agents. They may help others by working with their hands, the local mechanic, painter, musician or secretary. This placement may also have the responsibility of caring for their siblings; they could be the local neighborhood babysitter, and enjoy nurturing others in their community. Grief work may include siblings, painful communication, lack of education, trouble with transportation and accidents.
Cancer or 4th House
The home and /or family will be important to these people. They are sentimental and emotional finding nurturance in their own home, caring and cooking for others, performing domestic activities.
There can be an interest in real estate, land, mining, geology or gemology.
Early childhood family life will play an important role on how they handle their emotions and nurture others. They may care for others’ in their home, or become home care workers, midwifes, and be highly conscious of parenting. Grief work will involve the home, early childhood, the mother or father, mood disorders, and genetic family karma; sometimes a medical condition.
Leo or 5th House
Here, Ceres will love to generously nurture their loved ones and children, by finding ways to be creative, have fun, and enjoy sports and hobbies. They can teach others how to find the inner muse and creative spark! This would be a great placement for a children’s art teacher or writer…Harry Potter maybe? They will feel nurtured by receiving attention and extra special loving gestures from those who care about them. They will enjoy traveling in style and comfort.
Their grief issues may come from failed investment strategies, too much gambling, money shared with their friends, partners, conflicting values, love
affairs and rebellious teenagers. There could be a custody battle over children or
copyright, Dawn Muncaster, 2007
child support. This may be where the story of Ceres, Persephone and Pluto began.
Virgo or 6th House
Serving others is what Ceres likes to do here…and they enjoy working. You will nurture your co-workers or your company may nature you. These people are perfectionists and often have technical and organizational skills. Health care workers, dieticians, nutrition, health food and vitamins, herbology, and medical personnel and those who work with pets, veterinarians, the SPCA, as a matter of fact any service industry will find itself at home here. Virgo is the sign for fashion and design, sewing, handiwork and restaurants. You could feel nurtured by fashion, food, and health awareness, by serving others, your co-workers, your pets….is a big one, and we have all heard how they give us unconditional love! And pet lovers love to lavish their affection on their companions. Grief and loss will be connected to issues of the 6th house and Virgo, namely, health, illness, food safety, hygiene, work, pets, perfectionism and loneliness.
Libra or 7th House
Ceres loves to give and care for others with this placement in relationships, partnerships and public relations work. But needs to watch that giving is not ‘over the top’ so to speak. Relationships don’t work well if only one partner is rowing the boat. Resentments and a co-dependant relationship could develop.
Here, Ceres’ is looking for pleasant, loving, harmonious relationships. The mother may have, in fact, modeled this through the family dynamics.
This is a good placement for those who work with the public as there is a genuine interest in nurturing others in a diplomatic and graceful way. Grief issues could include loss of partner or business, disharmony, extreme dislike of rude manners or language, a power struggle for identity.
Scorpio or 8th House
Ceres here may be nurtured by the stability of the mother-child bonding relationship as well as other meaningful close encounters, especially powerful emotional or sexual encounters. The partner’s money and investment income, responsible decision making regarding financial well being. Inheritance, contribution to environmental issues, recycling, investigating hidden information, and the mysteries of life and death. Nurturing received through a healthily sexual relationship. Working with the dying, hospice and chaplaincy work, doctors, childbirth and midwifery.
Copyright, Dawn Muncaster, 2007
Grief work with money, inheritance, (especially with siblings), loss or death of those we love and care for, child maintenance, alimony payments, divorce, sexual dysfunction, power struggles, obsessive behavior.
Sagittarius or 9th House
A love of adventure, the outdoors and concern for the environment and our animal kingdom. Ceres here may take on a project such as feeding the hungry, involvement in social issues, ‘saving the whales or polar bears’ Persons on a missionary path, spiritual guru’s and teachers, healers working or volunteering for the social order. (E.g. Mother Teresa, Princess Dianna)Nurturing will come through teaching or preaching about humanity’s evolutionally path in terms of our environment, diverse cultures and religious traditions, as well as the love of travel. These people may feel nurtured by acquiring knowledge and wisdom and teach others how to explore their inner and outer worlds, developing their own philosophy and spirituality. Grief work may come through the realization that all cannot be saved. Issues may include frustration and acceptance of foreign countries, cultures, traditions and religions, our sick and starving populations, the animals at risk due to mans aggressive nature and the challenging weather patterns.
Capricorn or 10th House
In order to feel secure and nurtured, persons with this placement need to feel in control, organized, and know where they are going, they don’t like surprises. We can count on them to make responsible choices and decisions. Ceres in the 10th will want to help organize, and teach you the process of goal setting and help you understand that success comes from discipline and perseverance. No get rich quick schemes here! They may be a bit too controlling too! One of your parents or a mentor embodied this energy and encouraged your career path.
This placement will want to help maintain the ‘status quo ‘at a leadership
position, while developing systems which define responsibly, structure, organization and focus to reach a common goal. This can be the placement for a politician or high official that is able to reach the masses with the message of care and respect for whatever their mission is. Remember, Ceres rules our agriculture, farmland, crop circles… (Maybe that is her speaking to us through the ground or from the sky!). This position will be concerned about the health and welfare of the country, our values, and government polices in reference to‘re- building our new earth’; a Plutonic energy must also be involved for the regeneration and rebirth process. Because it is the 10th house and therefore the zenith position, it is closer to the heavens suggesting concern for the air we breathe, and atmospheric conditions. Grief work may involve caring for an elderly parents, conflict and/or
Copyright, Dawn Muncaster, 2007
caring for your boss, co-workers, your career choices, the state of your country, government, the health care systems, environment.
Aquarius or the 11th House
From an esoteric viewpoint this is the house of the ‘world server’, therefore you may have a mission to help the masses in a humanitarian way. Persons with this placement love the world and look at our global community as all are friends, bothers, or sisters. There are no boarders. Remember the song by John Lennon, ‘Imagine ‘Imagine all the people loving everyone….
We care and nurture our friends and are nurtured by them as well. All 12 step groups embody this archetype, the challenge loss, and then returning to a state of well being, while friends in the support group nurture and care for you. In addition, this placement would most likely include single parenting groups, adoption, foster parents, orphanages, or those who work in community group homes for disadvantaged children and youth. Ceres here may rebel against the social structure and want to see change, bringing in new innovative ideas, inventions, and to work to bring about positive change for our future. They can be activists and will let their ideas be known through the use the written word, newspapers, public speaking and books. Grief issues involves friend, groups, and rebelliousness, the rebel without a cause syndrome, adoption issues and our global community.
Pisces or the 12th House
When Ceres is in the 12th house you will want to help the disadvantaged through charitable organizations, volunteering, fund raising, and working in large institutions or behind the scenes. Psychological and karmic issues regarding the mother, and/or your family of origin may be repressed and need healing. You may nurture yourself by spending time alone, enjoying a day at the spa, or creating your own spa atmosphere at home. Spending time by the water will be calming for you, sailing, spiritual retreats, and quiet moments alone are important to your well being. This is also the house of fantasy and imagination, therefore artistic inspiration and poety may flow through you. Dreams of how you wish you were nurtured, or how you would like to see the world. This is a good placement for nurses or those in the caring fields, where you care for and may even quietly support those in need. Addiction counselors, recovery houses, and organizations such as the Salvation Army would be a good example of Ceres in the 12th house. Psychological imbalance and grief are experienced due to lack of love, choosing partners that are not able to nurture and care for us, inability to have children, illness of self, addiction issues, parents, siblings, spouse, and insufficient nurturing in your formative childhood years.
©Copyright, November 2007, Dawn Muncaster
Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 | Spiritual Awakening | Read & Comment
Dawn experienced a profound spiritual awakening during the Uranus-Neptune conjunction in 1993. What she expereinced was the birthing of the ’second coming’ of Christ. She says,” we all have the divine spark within each of us to give birth to the Christ ( or Buddah, Krishna, Mohammed) Consciousness within. She now understands what Jesus was saying to Nicodemus in the scripture passage of John 3:38. Further, she has been receiving insights into the hidden meanings of the scriptures and was initiated into the mysteries of Bible and astrology through the scripture passage Daniel 5:16.
The Secrets of The Mystical Path
The Secrets of The Mystical Path 3/14/2010 – Bigfish Radio on Blog Talk Radio
Please Join us for an interview with Dawn Muncaster co-president of the Fraser Valley Astrologer Guild based in the Vancouver-Fraser Valley area of British Columbia Canada . Dawn is a consulting astrologer a pastoral counselor and spiritual seeker of the mysteries of life. Dawn has written http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bigfishradio/2010/03/15/the-secrets-of-the-mys
Sunday, May 2nd, 2010 | The Fraser Valley Astrology Guild | Read & Comment
The Presidents Letter, May 2010
Is time speeding up or what? I can’t figure out why the days, months and years are flying by so quickly. Happy spring has sprung and soon we will celebrate the summer solstice of 2010. We do have a busy time ahead with the planetary line up… Change is the word that fits this evolutionary time.
May 27th – Uranus enters Aries – science and global reform, rebellion against the existing paradigm, challenge to set a new template of values for generations to come.
June 5th – Jupiter enters Aries – action and leadership towards social issues, religion, philosophy and higher education. › Continue reading
Saturday, April 17th, 2010 | Current Events | 2 Comments
There has been much written on the Haiti earthquake, and many different theories on delineating this disaster; and I am sure all have their merit. I have always taken an interest in mundane astrology so I decided to take a look myself. And upon noticing a few of the finer details of this chart, I decided to further delineate this event in one of my astrology classes with my very enthusiastic students. We had quite a session! Previously we had analysed the 2 most recent eclipses: The Lunar eclipse of December 31, 2009 in Cancer and the Solar eclipse January 15, 2010 in Capricorn. We have learned the importance of eclipses and what they may bring. Because the gravitational pull is greater at this time, new and full moons are more powerful and have a have a reputation of triggering earthquakes, global disasters, uncover hidden information, and/ or bring some kind of message, which may arrive from the political arenas, world relations or personal struggles such as Tiger Woods. › Continue reading
Monday, March 8th, 2010 | Classes | Read & Comment
CAAE (The Canadian Association for Astrological Education) www.thecaae.com
Classes with Dawn Muncaster
Astrology, Ongoing CAAE Level 1 classes, Module 3 will begin January 25th, 2010, as final preparation for the CAAE exam in May, 2010. Those with basic astrology background are welcome to join us. Classes are from 7-9 pm in White Rock, BC.
Ongoing CAAE Level 2 classes will continue on January 27th from 7-9 pm
Level 2 classes include preparation for the CAAE examination. We also take a closer look at the psychology of the chart, and ‘shadow work’.
Both the above astrology classes include an introduction into noticing and using Numerology in the evaluation of the chart. In addition we also learn how scripture has hidden astrological insights, and other hidden mysteries.
Numerology and Your Energy Field … An introduction into Pythagorean philosophy and the energy of numbers, numerology and metaphysics. Once a minimum of participants have registered, we will select a compatible date.
What does the Bible have to do with it? A look at what this most misunderstood book is really saying, the history of mankind, mythic creatures, the giants from the heavens, Plato’s Atlantis, astrological significance and what is hidden beneath the lines on the sacred parchment. Once a minimum of participants have registered, we will select a compatible date.
Thursday, August 20th, 2009 | Classes | Read & Comment
“Perhaps there is a pattern set up in the universe for the one who desires to see it, and having seen it, to find one in himself.” – PLATO
CAAE Courses -prepares students to write the Caae Examinations, which are optional.
Caae Level 2 – On going classes continue on Wednesdays, 7-9 pm – This is a study and discussion group for astrological and spiritual insights.
The Moon as your Guide for the Past, Present and Future - the moon in your chart describes your emotional imprinting and patterns in consciousness that are passed on from the ascestor’s linage and DNA. We will take a look at the moon phases, void of course moon, the nodal axis, the pre-natal eclipse point, the past lives of your lineage and cellular memory. What is happening in your solar plexus, the Manipura Chakra?
Coming in September
Spiritual Studies and connecting with the higher self.
or send us e-mail.
See Dawn's bio for more information.
Your astrological chart is a psychological map of your personality; more specifically—your genetic coding. Your environment has also been an influence or perhaps has deepened your innate patterns.
We can change these by listening to our own intuition and surrendering to our higher self. Healing can take place through Grace ... the essence of unconditional love.