register blueWhen you’re looking at a horoscope, do you really pay that much attention to what signs Pluto or Neptune occupy? 

DATE: Sept 9, 2017
TIME: 1:00 - 2:30 pm PDT / 4:00 - 5:30 pm EDT

Neptune and Pluto move so slowly, they remain in the same sign for years, so why should you? This class tells you why. Neptune and Pluto are generational planets. Though their sign placement may not be important to an individual, they have a huge influence on the character of large groups of people who share that sign placement.

In this lecture Wendell Perry focuses on the different ways in which Neptune and Pluto function as generational planets and track their influence through several generations living during the 20th and 21st centuries. He explains how the movement of these two planets from one sign to another has shaped our popular culture, our politics and the history of our times.


perry wendell 2017 100pxWendell Perry. Astrology entered his life when he was 14 years old and spent Halloween night reading through the descriptions of the signs in his grandmother’s Farmer’s Almanac. It has never left. Though he does work with clients, his primary focus has always been on research and writing. Wendell has published dozens of articles in The Mountain Astrologer and Dell Horoscope over the years and written three books:The Mars/Venus Affair (which I co-authored with my wife, Linda Perry) and Saturn Cycles: Mapping Changes in Your Life were published through Llewellyn Worldwide. His latest book, Father Sun, Mother Moon: Astrology’s Dynamic Duo, was self-published.

In addition to articles and books, Wendell writes a blog on his website Good Golly Astrology. He is a member of I.S.A.R and N.C.G.R. and President of the Astrological Society of Kentucky. Wendell is also an artist and has exhibited paintings and drawings in galleries and competitive exhibitions across the country.

Wendell can be reached at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.