Steven Forrest has another perspective on Evolutionary Astrology that complements the methods developed by Jeffrey Wolf Green.

Five Saturdays
Instructors: Barbara Millios 

This course can be taken by itself. You do not need the other course in the series to participate.

This is the second course in a series that explores the modern iterations of Evolutionary Astrology as a methodology within mainstream astrology. This course focuses on the variation developed by Steven Forrest. Along the way, students will also see how Steven's approach fits into the history of astrology (particularly in the last 150 years).

Steven Forrest’s method has a different starting point than that of Jeffrey Wolf Green. In this course, students will learn how to use the nodal axis as the means of entering the natal chart and its role in chart analysis. In addition, they will learn the order of consideration and means of inclusion for other features and characteristics of the chart. They will also practice creating a past life narrative as revealed by the chart.

This course has both live sessions and a course website for additional resources and practical application.

Parts 1 and 2 of these seminars give students an overview of Evolutionary Astrology based on its two primary threads (based on Jeffrey Green (part 1) and Steven Forrest (part 2). While arising from developments over the past 150 years, the primary focus is how it is currently practiced in the 21st century. These courses also show how Evolutionary Astrology can be used as a methodology within mainstream astrology.

Each course examines one of the primary variations in method so students can see the differences in practice. You can take each course independently.

Students in the Certificate Program who take this course will receive the equivalent of 1/2 an election credit with successful completion.

EA Part 2: Saturdays, September 10, 17, 24, and October 1, 8