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New Meetup: Harmonics and Aspects; Ancient and Modern

From: Elizabeth B.
Sent on: Sunday, January 10, 2010 6:29 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Astrology of the Bay Area Meet up Group!

What: Harmonics and Aspects; Ancient and Modern

When: Thursday, January 28,[masked]:30 PM

Fort Mason
Marina Blvd & Buchanan St Building C, Room 260
San Francisco, CA 94123

January 28, 2010 Fort Mason Building C, Room 260

Joseph Crane: Harmonics and Aspects, Ancient and Modern

There is no more confusing feature of modern astrology than aspects. Which aspects are most important? How do we know the difference between the strong aspects and the weak ones? What is the relationship between the aspects' degree numbers and the signs brought together by aspect? How do we use "out of sign aspects," and why or why not should we use them? How do modern astrological harmonics impact our understanding of aspects?

In this lecture we will take a comparative approach. Ancient astrologers thought about aspects in terms of music/ harmony and modern astrologers consider aspects related to arithmetical division.

Ideas about aspects from ancient and modern astrology are strongly influenced by their differing conceptions about the universe.

You will also discover how ancient and modern astrologers approach harmonics differently.

You will see chart examples to illustrate all of these ideas.

By teasing out differences between ancient and modern thinking about aspects you will have a better sense of their role in the astrology you practice.

Joseph Crane has been an astrologer, teacher and writer on astrology since the 1980�s. Since the early 1990's he has developed and taught training programs on astrological techniques and counseling skills for astrologers.

$7.00 for SFAS members, $12.00 non members, $2.00 off for Seniors and Students with valid ID.
SFAS membership is only a mere $25.00 a year!


With members coming in from all over the SF Bay Area we encourage carpooling. We now have a Facebook page where you can offer or ask for a ride, or otherwise connect with members between meetings!

Our 2010 Calendar is Online!

Check the "events" tab at the top of this page to see our list of dates and speakers for 2010! Set aside those must-attend evenings and circle those important dates on your brand new calendar.


We are collaborating with NCGR and AFAN on a daylong event for International Astrology Day to be held on Saturday, March 20, featuring 8 top speakers on a variety of topics! It's a terrific "mini-conference" not to be missed! And since you won't want to tear yourself away for lunch (although there are 25 restaurants within 1/4 of a mile) we'll have catered box lunches! Register now and save on advance registration!

Join us on Facebook!

Connect with other astrologers and keep up to date on our Facebook page! It's another way you can leave feedback on our events, carpool, ask other members any questions you may have about astrology, offer any ideas for discussion, suggest future events, and get more involved in the astrological community.

See you on the 28th!

Elizabeth Barton

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