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Jupiter in Sagittarius - A Horse of a Different Color with Ra Raghudas
6-7 pm Eat and socialize 7:00 pm Welcome 7:15-9 pm Speaker Ra Rishikavi Raghudas Jupiter in Sagittarius: A Horse of a Different Color Expansive Jupiter galloped into fiery Sagittarius, its own sign, on November 8 for a 13-month adventure. What can we expect from this when Jupiter’s counterpart - constrictive Saturn - is in its own sign Capricorn as well? Ra will give us his own analysis of Jupiter’s upcoming cruise through the cosmos, including what happened in previous Jupiter-in-Sagittarius periods. He will forecast how the current cycle will affect each of the twelve Sun-signs. Ra has been a professional astrologer for over 35 years. A poet, screenwriter and producer with several films in pre-production, he has many clients in the entertainment and business communities. A native of Michigan, he now resides in Los Angeles, where he predicts the Oscars every year using astrology, with a high rate of success. He is widely published in astrological journals, including Constellation News and ISAR Journal, and has had several cover articles in Dell Horoscope. Ra’s next book, called ​The Astrology of Bond--James Bond, is scheduled for 2019. National NCGR Members: $10 Non-Members: $15 Please see our website for more information: https://www.ncgrla.com/

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    NCGR is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising the standards of astrological education and research. Along with its U.S. membership it includes a growing number of international members and sponsors 30+ local Chapters (https://geocosmic.org/chapters-and-sigs/local-chapters/) in 20 U.S. states and 4 countries. Its Special Interest Groups (SIGs) (https://geocosmic.org/chapters-and-sigs/special-interest-groups/) foster dialog on various astrological specialties and its online education and educational conference bring astrologers from around the world together to grow and to learn together.

    Origins

    NCGR was founded by seven men and women during a meeting at the home of Harry F. Darling, M.D., in Wareham, Massachusetts, on March 6, 1971. The official signing of the Articles of Incorporation took place at 9:02 pm. EST, and Darling became the first Chairman. The founders included astrologers, medical professionals, scientists and scholars, all interested in exploring astrology as it related to other disciplines. The use of “Geocosmic” in NCGR’s title was done to avoid the popular misunderstanding of astrology and to set the tone for a serious and scholarly approach to the study of correspondences between life on earth (geo) and the cycles of the cosmos.

    NCGR is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising the standards of astrological education and research. Along with its U.S. membership it includes a growing number of international members and sponsors 30+ local Chapters (https://geocosmic.org/chapters-and-sigs/local-chapters/) in 20 U.S. states and 4 countries. Its Special Interest Groups (SIGs) (https://geocosmic.org/chapters-and-sigs/special-interest-groups/) foster dialog on various astrological specialties and its online education and educational conference bring astrologers from around the world together to grow and to learn together.

    Upcoming Meetings:

    Nov 28 Ra Raghudas: Jupiter in Sagittarius: A Horse of a Different Color www.starpresence.net (http://www.starpresence.net/)

    Sunday December 16, 3pm Holiday Party, Gaye's Home, Sherman Oaks

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