Category Archives: Past-Lectures
Modern astrologers can find traditional techniques baffling. Obscure terms are used and strange methods are employed.
Leo Rising : The story of the Astrological Lodge of London For the last 100 years, the Lodge has been at the forefront of British astrology. Its story offers a window into the world of twentieth century astrology. Astrological societies …
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.
If solar eclipses paths are defining the time and location of human conflicts what does this bode for the future of Mankind?
Astrology is often defined as a symbolic language. But what exactly is a symbol, and does it mean for the reality of the horoscope? Nick will have many questions. You may have the answers!
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.
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.
Santiago will explore the horoscopes of those who are accident-prone, whether natally or by forecasting by transit.
Jyotish shares much in common with its tropical cousin: planets, signs and houses.
The last conjunction was in 2000 and the next one in 2020. By following their 20-year pattern you understand your social destiny and the quest for concrete achievements in the world.