For the November meeting of the Denver Astrology Group, we are going to be doing a bit of a research project on the difference between day and night birth charts, by taking some charts from audience members and interpreting them.
The focus of our research project is the concept of sect, which posits a distinction between people who were born during the day versus those who were born at night. In particular, according to sect, some planets are supposed to behave in a way that is more constructive when they are in one type of chart, and more challenging when they are in another type of chart. There are also some additional "rejoicing" conditions that dictate what side of the horizon a planet is on as being additionally important in delineating its condition in a chart, and we are going to focus on this area in particular.
For a little preview of the topic we are going to cover, see this brief video on sect by Chris Brennan:
Leading the discussion and doing the chart delineations on Saturday will be astrologers Chris Brennan, Leisa Schaim, and Joy Vernon.
We will be taking charts from the audience and then projecting them on the overhead screen, and then discussing some of the placements in the chart within the context of sect, with interaction and input from the person whose chart we are looking at as well as the rest of the audience.
Due to the specific techniques we will be focusing on, we can only read charts from people with accurate birth times for this meeting, so please only submit your chart for consideration if you are certain about your birth time. We will take birth data from attendees at the beginning of the meeting. Please also only submit your chart for reading if you are willing to share some of your life experiences with the group, as this will be a two-way conversation to illustrate how these techniques work in real people's lives.
Meeting Times and Fee
The meeting will run from 3:00 to 5:00 PM.
The fee for attending the meting is $10.
If you can find a spot to park on the street then it is free, although there is a two hour limit on some spots. The lot immediately adjacent to the Mercury Cafe building is also free on the weekends. The parking lot right across from the Mercury Cafe on the other side of California Street charges $2 for parking on weekends.
We look forward to seeing everyone at the meeting this Saturday!