In this 4-hour workshop, Acyuta-bhava will present one of the most important but little known theories put forward by the late great Hellenistic astrologer, Robert Schmidt, regarding the original rationale behind the topical assignments of the twelve houses.
Why is it, for example, that topics like neighbors, siblings, and writing were ever associated collectively with the third house? Or why pregnancy, good fortune, and creativity with the fifth house? While the archetypal themes of the houses are well known by most astrologers, very few students know exactly what kind of astronomical rationale first led to the collection of the varying topics assigned to them.
During this interactive workshop, we will explore the philosophical and astronomical importance of the primary and secondary motions of the heavens and how their movements provide us with a skeleton key to understanding each of the houses in greater depth than ever before.
Equipped with this deeper, esoteric understanding of the twelve houses, we will then interpret a series of birth charts as a group.
Saturday, April 23, 2022
1pm to 5pm, Via Webinar
Admission: Donations of any amount are appreciated. Replay will be available to NCGR SF Chapter Members who register and to Non-Members who register and make a donation of at least $20 (4 hr workshop) in the month of this presentation.
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ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Acyuta-bhava Das (Adam Elenbaas) is a professional astrologer, author, and yoga instructor/studio owner from the Twin Cities of Minnesota.
Adam holds an M.A. and MFA in Creative Writing. His first book, a Publisher’s Weekly top book of the year, called Fishers of Men: The Gospel of an Ayahuasca Vision Quest was published by Tarcher/Penguin in 2010.
Adam is one of the founding writers of RealitySandwich.com, and when he isn’t writing, teaching, or seeing clients, Adam is usually immersed in his practice of Bhakti yoga.