Four immersive workshops by Enid Newberg on a deeper dive into these three influential planets.
LIVE SESSION DATES: Feb 8th, Feb 15th, Feb 22nd
TIME: 5:00-7:00 PM PST
Jupiter says “yes” to life and the world, Saturn says, “not yet” or “not gonna happen.”
Jupiter tends toward joining in and flourishing within the larger world, but Saturn limits and excludes. Jupiter takes us to larger horizons than the merely personal; Saturn, keeping its dark counsel, offers its own strategies. Jupiter and Saturn themes of inclusion and exclusion sometimes collaborate and sometimes conflict.
Held over three consecutive Tuesday evenings in February, we will explore together the underlying mythologies and legends of Jupiter and Saturn, how astrologers have interpreted these two planets, and how to assess their placements and interactions. We will also examine the cycles of Jupiter and Saturn in the larger world and in our lives.
The lectures include many example charts of historical and contemporary figures. For our third session, we invite you to bring in your own charts.
Beginning and intermediate students are both welcome.
Enid Newberg, MA Whole Systems Design. Enid has been a librarian, astrologer, childbirth educator, paralegal, IT and web developer and trainer, entrepreneur, administrator, and teacher.
In 1993, Enid became involved in the dream of creating an academic college where astrology would be openly taught and joined the board of Kepler College. She was president of the College as it opened from 2000-2001 and again from 2007-2019. In 2013, her interest in preserving and expanding an understanding of our astrological heritage led her to help establish the Alexandria iBase Project.
Enid particularly enjoys introducing students to the dynamic aliveness of an astrological chart. She is also fascinated by astrology's history and philosophy as well as its intersection with magic, spirituality, and culture. She loves to teach and use astrology to help clients find creative insights.
Joseph Crane, M.A. is a consulting astrologer, teacher, and author. He has conducted beginning astrology courses, training programs on astrological interpretation, and on counseling skills for astrologers. He has been involved with the Kepler College and Certificate Program since 2007. He also works 1:1 with those who wish to include astrology in their counseling work. He has been involved with the Kepler College and Certificate Program since 2007.
Joseph is the author of A Practical Guide to Traditional Astrology (1997), Astrological Roots: The Hellenistic Legacy (2007) and Between Fortune and Providence: Astrology and the Universe in Dante’s Divine Comedy (2012). He publishes a monthly astrology newsletter that currently profiles historical and contemporary public figures. Newsletters and other information can be found at The Astrology Institute. Joseph is also a psychotherapist and a Buddhist practitioner. He lives in Rhode Island. You can find out more at his website: https://www.astrologyinstitute.com/
Joseph teaches in the following courses: