INSTRUCTOR: Inga Thornell
5 WEEK COURSE begins July 8, 2021
TIME: 5:00 - 7:00 PM Pacific Time
Registrations made after 2pm on Friday will be processed the following Monday (excluding holidays).
Students will be put into the online classroom the week of the first live session and will receive an email letting them know when they can login.
The Greco-Roman Gods have not been worshipped in any official capacity for over 2000 years, and yet this mythology is the foundation for much of the allusion, characters and literary forms in Western literature. We still refer to people as jovial, junoesque, or to music as martial. What keywords can we discover as we read the god's stories and try to understand them from a more astrological point of view?
This five-week course will focus on individual gods, their attributes, spheres of influence, and their interactions with each other and with human beings to develop an understanding of the origins of the astrological keywords and meanings we rely on for interpretation.
Morford and Lenardon, Classical Mythology, edition 7 or later. I've provided a pdf link to download but the non-current editions of this are inexpensive and it is worth having in printed form for easier reference.
Recommended for your home bookshelf:
Larousse, Encyclopedia of Mythology
Liz Greene, Astrology of Fate
Guttman, Ariel & Johnson, Mythic Astrology
Barber & Barber, When They Severed Earth from Sky How the Human Mind Shapes Myth
Cliffs Notes Mythology
Important Information for all Registrants – Please Read
All registrations are processed manually during the office hours of 11:30AM – 4:30PM, Pacific Time, on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, excluding Holidays.
Registrations received after 4:30PM on Friday will be processed the following Monday - excluding Holidays.
If you have registered for a 10-week or 5-week Certificate Class, please note:
Students will be put into the online classroom the week of the first live session and will receive an email letting them know when they can login, along with login instructions.
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