Author Archives: jfronteras

Newton’s Astrological Diagram – Gill Dorren

In the alchemical works of Sir Isaac lies an unusual diagram full of the planetary symbols.

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1992 Carter Memorial lecture – Frank Clifford

Frank will present the 1992 Carter Memorial lecture by the late Dennis Elwell, entitled ‘From symbols to concepts’ which examines how astrology may develop in future. In the light of these ideas, Elwell’s chart will be discussed.

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Open Evening – Free Admission

Ever wondered what we do at the Lodge? Come to our Open Evening and find out.

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1066 versus 1776 – Ken Bowser

This talk will show the astrological symbolism the Anglo-American relationship—what historians and politicians often call “the special relationship.”

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Traditional techniques for the modern astrologer: Part I – Kim Farnell

Modern astrologers can find traditional techniques baffling. Obscure terms are used and strange methods are employed.

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The 2014 Grand Cross – Steve Judd

Steve will explore the roots of the current planetary patterns and suggest ways that astrologers can use the resultant energy to empower their clients into a more healthy and holistic lifestyle.

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Solar Eclipse Paths and the Fate of Mankind – Keith Magnay

If solar eclipses paths are defining the time and location of human conflicts what does this bode for the future of Mankind?

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Venus as a symbol in mythology, astrology and literature through the ages – Darby Costello

Venus was one of the first planets to take on the symbolism of a powerful aspect of nature. It became associated with love, sex and war very early in our history.

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Sky and Symbol: a book launch and party

To start the new term, we are hosting a launch for the latest volume of Sophia Centre conference proceedings, Sky and Symbol, edited by Nick Campion and Liz Greene.

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The astrology of accidents – Santiago Mantas

Santiago will explore the horoscopes of those who are accident-prone, whether natally or by forecasting by transit.

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