DATE: Saturday April 29, 2017
TIME: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST / 12:00 - 3:00 PM EST
In this workshop, Alex will explain in fuller detail how the developmental milestones in children can be explained by using the cycles of transiting Jupiter and Saturn. Using statistical analysis, she will demonstrate how behaviour in children changes as they get older, culminating with the major neurological developments during adolescence. She will also include information on her research study of serial killers.
This webinar is suitable for beginner astrologers who have attended the workshop (or viewed the recording below) or astrologers with an understanding of the astrological planets.
Alex's research on adolescent behaviour and lunar phases has been included (on the recent International Astrology Day no less!) in Robert Currey's list of scientific studies in favour of astrology! The other researchers include Michel Gauquelin, Vernon Clarke, the late, great Suitbert Ertel and many others. See the full article at https://www.astrologer.com/tests/studies.htm
Alex Trenoweth Bio:
Alex Trenoweth, MA, DFAstrolS. MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology from Bath Spa University. Alex is both a professional secondary school teacher and a globe-trotting astrologer. She used her observations in the classroom to write “Growing Pains” (2013), a book on astrology and education. In 2015, she was voted as the Best International Astrologer by the Krishnamurti Institute of Astrology (KIA) in Kolkata India for her innovative and ground-breaking research on astrology and adolescence.
After a short break from teaching to travel across the world to speak at astrology conferences, Alex decided that she was not ready to leave the classroom just yet and now divides her time between teaching children of all ages, writing and developing courses on how to use astrology to help make school a better experience for pupils, teachers and parents. Later in 2017, Alex will be returning to India to develop a curriculum for KIA to teach Western Astrology to Vedic astrologers. Her next book, The Wolf You Feed, examines significant Saturn transits and is due out later in 2017.