The Oracle Institute

Introduction to Astrology: A 6 Week Course

With June Collier

Wednesday, June 23, 2010
6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
or call (276)579-2883
Grayson County Library
147 South Independence Avenue
Independence, VA 24348
$10.00 (drinks included)

Future Workshop Dates:

Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Workshop Description:

Astrology is the study of heavenly cycles as they are reflected here on earth; the science of finding and utilizing your natural potentials; and a way to help you understand yourself and others. In these classes, you will learn to create your own Natal Chart, so bring your birth data with you.

First class:

Teaches the language and alphabet, the houses, planets and signs

Second class:

The class learns to interpret preponderance

Third class:

Begins the first 4 of the 7 steps to delineating a horoscope

Fourth class:

Looks at essential dignities

Fifth class:

Is an interpretation of rulership of the houses

Sixth class:

Deals with aspect interpretation and planetary patterns

Our facilitator, June Collier, has been an astrologer since 1969 and has studied many astrological disciplines. She has clients from many walks of life and all over the world, and she works from her home in Elk Creek, VA. June's work emphasizes two areas of Astrology: (i) Natal Astrology and the interpretation of the natal chart as being a picture of the Soul at the moment of birth; and (ii) Mental Alchemy or the most effective way of changing the thought composition of the discordant compounds in the Chart through thought conversion. June has taught in Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and at her home in Elk Creek. She also writes a Moon Alert email twice a month to keep her many clients and friends up to date on the astrological energies that are influencing their lives daily.

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