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Primary Directions are an ancient technique for forecasting. It is based on the primary motion of the earth - its 360 degrees of motion over the course of one day. As the earth turns, each of the planets rise, culminate and set. John Savarese provides a summary of his books that explain the technique and the steps for calculation. A Summary of Directed Angles and Primary Directions by John Savarese, B.A. Syracuse University 1972, M.A. City University of New York, Hunter College 1974, NCGR-PAA (National Council for Geocosmic Research Professional Astrologers' Alliance) Level 3.
The controversy over Astronomer Parke Kunkle's comments about a 13th sign for the Zodiac continues to sweep through the internet blogs, tweets and comments. The problem is astrologers have known about Ophiuchus all along. They also know about the precession of the equinox. So it has been a non-controversy from the astrological point of view. But that hasn't prevented it from being an internet sensation among those who know little or nothing about the actual practice of astrology. If you want to know more, there are some excellent articles by Kepler faculty and board explaining the whole thing. Chief Academic…
MEDIA - PRESS RELEASE Kepler College of Astrological Arts and Scienceswww.keplercollege.orgOctober 29, 2004 Kepler College First Commencement Seattle, WA— On October 10, Kepler College celebrated the first annual commencement ceremony. Eight students were awarded Bachelor of Arts degrees in Astrological Arts & Sciences, and two students were awarded Associate of Arts degrees in Astrological History and Symbology. Nearly 200 guests witnessed the historical event held at the Seattle Asian Arts Museum. Family and friends watched a multimedia display of the academic programs at the college, which showed how distance learning is integrated with onsite symposia around the theme of astrology.…
Kepler is highlighting astrological research throughout the month of September. Amy Shapiro has published the results of her research on careers and astrology in her new book Forces At Work. This book is for students and practitioners who want to look at parallels between Astrology and Career Development.  Based on an original Career Survey conducted between 1990-92, and a follow-up in 2012-13, cases show the arcs of people’s careers and subtle forces that guided their choices, correlated to their charts.  The findings are a long-term study of cosmic and psycho-dynamic links between Astrology and Career Theory with over 80 natal chart…
Archeologists have discovered Maya astronomical tables that are hundreds of years older than any previously discovered and which show a variation of the Mayan calendar. The wall markings, which date from the 9th century, were discovered in the ancient Maya city of Xultun, in the northeastern corner of Guatemala. Read more
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