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Fourth continuous year using solar arc techniques to make successful predictions before events hit the news – requested by attendees at Robert Glasscock's impressively accurate forecasts in his Nov. 4, 2017, Solar Arcs webinar for Kepler CollegeNEW! Private Conference Room (share articles, questions, horoscopes, discussions, suggestions, download recordings)!

5 Weeks - $100
Begins Wednesday, September 29th, 2021
5:30-7:30 pm Pacific Time (8:30 pm-10:30 pm Eastern)

Robert Glasscock's practicums use "astrology's most successful predictive system" (Solar Arcs) to analyze and forecast developments and events in this historic American epoch leading up to the 2020 elections and now - beyond.

"Just what we've been saying!" - D. Golden 7-13-20

Students keep returning because their predictions prove accurate. Mundane astrology studies politics and political figures in the United States and the world. The practicums are a deep-dive into solar arcs techniques and forecasting.

Guided interactive analysis, interpretation, and forecasts – with real-time feedback as predictions become headlines. These student-driven practicums dynamically evolve through analyzing political and public figures' horoscopes in light of ongoing national and world situations.

The interpretive solar arc techniques (equally applicable in personal horoscopes) use public figures' and political candidates' charts (whose lives are public records). These allow greater numbers and more explicit in-depth analysis of public figures' horoscopes (Jeffrey Epstein, et al.) not possible using just students' personal horoscopes.

"Feedback" through subsequently published news developments validates the scope and predictive accuracy afforded by these techniques and Glasscock's 56 years in the business.

Some knowledge of transits and solar arcs is preferred. These practicums are geared toward in-depth analysis, interpretation, and forecasting.

Presenter:

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For over 56 years (and 56,000 clients), Robert Glasscock has consulted with people from over 122 countries. He authored over 250,000 words annually for many years in “American Astrology Magazine’s” monthly and Annual Yearbooks. His writings for newspaper columns, magazine articles and anthologies have been cited by Liz Greene, among others. He conducts astrology webinars for organizations internationally.

For the past nine years he's also presented over 300 webinars, classes, workshops and practicums for Kepler College. He hosts student-requested Solar Arcs Practicums (4th continuous year!) for in-depth astrological work predicting events (later confirmed in the news) during Trump's tumultuous administration – and now into President Biden's. ("The longest-running predictive workshop in the world. They don't keep coming back year after year if they're wrong . . . .")

 

"It amazes me to look back and realize, conservatively, that in 56 years I have worked with over 56,000 clients in person, by telephone, online and through correspondence. Often two, three, four or more a day.

“My favorite thing? Teaching. It’s such a joy to see many of my students go on to become terrific professional astrologers. Not because I’m so great. They were already good astrologers when they found me.

“But if I showed them some things they might not have learned elsewhere . . . or an approach to and philosophy of astrology that helped them find and define their own . . . then, wonderful. If I gave them something that made them better - I can say the same to them.

“Because it’s not only true that, ‘When the student is ready, the teacher will appear’ . . . it’s also true that, 'The teacher learns more than the student.'”