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IT’S YOUR FUTURE: Everything you ever wanted to know about prediction

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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Dorothy Kovach: IT’S YOUR FUTURE: Everything you ever wanted to know about prediction… but were afraid to ask

Noon - 4:00 PM, Building C, Room C230

Western astrologers are often very well versed on how each outer planetary transit affects them, but all too often, know very little or nothing about the celestial cycles they are presently experiencing. These cycles, or ‘time czars’ will almost always overshadow even the transit of Pluto. Utilizing the methods of the ancients of the east and west, we will explore the best times to push forward, and most importantly, when to pull back. Armed with multiple charts, such as profections, shadow charts, and real life situations, we will learn to make predictions that come true, not just once in a while, but on a regular basis. Come join us and see how astrology can be a beacon of light in murky times.

Dorothy Kovach is an astrologer, writer and researcher who utilizes the traditional methods of both east and west. Her specialties are horary and finding the ‘best times’ to start projects for success. She was a contributing editor for the first traditional astrology magazine of its kind, ‘The Horary Practitioner.’ A decade and a half ago, she began to apply ancient methods to the markets and has never looked back. She correctly called the tech/dot-com bubble burst five years ahead, and warned her clients off the markets well before the 2008 debacle. More recently, she predicted the demise of the then-mighty Euro to a very skeptical audience. She has been writing the economic trends for Llewellyn’s Moon Sign Book since 2001. Her predictions have been featured on www.msnbc.com (http://www.msnbc.com/). Her clients hail from six of the seven continents. She can be reached via her website: www.worldastrology.net (http://www.worldastrology.net/) or dstar@mcn.org .

Advance Registration: $25 NCGR Members / $30 Non-Members.
Day of Event: $30 NCGR Members / $35 Non-Members.

To register: http://ncgrsanfrancisco.org/2012.html