Tony Joseph started the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA CHAPTER of the National Council for Geocosmic Research in 1975. The chapter has hosted lectures, workshops and conferences (both in-person and online) since its inception.
Our parent organization is the The National Council for Geocosmic Research, Inc., (NCGR) a non-profit organization with whom the San Francisco chapter shares the vision to raise the standards of astrological education and research. Though it began as “national,” NCGR’s current membership of about 2500 includes a growing number of international members.
NCGR national’s activities include sponsoring local Chapters (currently 28 located in 26 states and 4 countries). Additionally, several Special Interest Groups (SIGs) cross wide geographical areas to foster dialogue among people of similar astrological specialties.
Professionally certified astrologers among NCGR members have passed all four levels of an education and testing program based on a comprehensive curriculum widely respected for its excellence and rigor.
Though there is no requirement that NCGR members be practicing astrologers, over 1000 members have participated in the testing program at Level 1 or above and momentum is growing.
A Code of Ethics, to which members are accountable, provides guidance for the practice of astrology.
NCGR annually sponsors an educational conference, and publishes two issues of its magazine Geocosmic Journal plus newsletters, and MemberLetter. A variety of other publications are produced intermittently, and recordings of conference lectures are also offered.
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For many years we met at Fort Mason Center – a former military facility converted to an arts complex and historic landmark. As a community service since COVID began, we’ve been offering our events free of charge since March 2020 online, on a donate as you wish basis (except for one workshop). Stay tuned as we will notify you of when we begin meeting in person. We hope you won’t miss these special opportunities to learn tools for thriving in an ever-changing cosmos.