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COURSE I: Introduction to Astrology
6 Lessons with Self-Correcting Exams
COURSE II: CONSTRUCTING A HOROSCOPE
6 Lessons with Self-Correcting Exams
The mathematical construction of a chart based on the date, time and place of birth for people born anywhere in the world. Required books:
(1 ) American Atlas, Neil Michelsen
(2) American Book of Tables, Thomas Shanks
(3) American Ephemeris, 19th Century for midnight. Neil Michelsen
COURSE III
6 Lessons with Self-Correcting Exams
LESSON I:
LESSON II:
LESSON III:
LESSON IV:
LESSON V:
LESSON VI:
The Spiral of the Signs and Houses: One of the things most text books do not explain is the natural relationship between the signs and houses. This lesson clearly describes how the first six signs, Aries through Virgo, correspond to the areas of life described by the first six Houses.
Example: The house on which you find Aries describes where you need to prove to yourself and others that you are capable of handling things independently. As a result of the independent activity you initiate, you develop a sense of personal "identity".
The sign on the Corresponding 1st House cusp (The Ascendant) shows the nature of this identity...how others see you when you are projecting your identity to others. This sign describes the nature of your self image.
These important relationships are explained extensively in Lesson I.
LESSON 2
The Spiral of the Signs and Houses, continued: Using the technique developed in Lesson I, the signs Libra through Pisces are explained in relationship to the last six Houses.
Examples are cited throughout the Lesson, providing an opportunity to see how these concepts are applied in chart interpretation.
LESSON 3
The importance of considering planetary rulerships to develop and fulfill the needs of the signs they rule.
The difference in interpretation between a planet IN a house and the planet RULING the house.
How the signs, houses and planets work in partnership. Among other things, the following considerations are discussed:
Self Evaluation: An outline helping you to apply the information in this lesson to the interpretation of your own chart.
LESSON 4
LESSON 5
COURSE V: ADVANCED INTERPRETATION
5 Lessons with Self-Correcting Exams
Detailed chart analysis answering questions about vocational potential, relationships, chart comparison (synastry,) health. Five lessons, plus self-correcting homework.
COURSE VI: TRANSITS & PROGRESSIONS.
6 Lessons With Self-Correcting Exams
Calculate and interpret progressions, directions and investigate transits to find conditions at any give point in time. Six lessons, plus self-correcting homework
Lessons include: