Michael Bartlett  on Moonwise, KSFR Free Public Radio Santa Fe.

Michael and Merrylin Leblanc

talk about planets on the angles.

Are you interested in talking and learning about astrology or want to share your astrological wisdom? We welcome dedicated, astrologically minded individuals to help build our new local NCGR Chapter here in Santa Fe.

 

The National Council for Geocosmic Research, Inc., (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 in 20 U.S. states and 4 countries. Its Special Interest Groups (SIGs) 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. Our sister organization, NCGR-PAA, allows students to leverage their astrological education into professional certification. We welcome new members - click here and join us today!

We meet the 1st Tuesday of each month from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. The first 30 minutes are available as a  beginners workshop. In order to join the chapter you must be a member of NCGR, however you are welcome to come join us for a meeting to see if this if this is for you. If you would like more information please contact one of our officers:

President:

Michael Bartlett 505-690-3860

www.coremichael.com

Vice President:

Daniel Fiverson 505-930-2748

www.4evolutionaryastrology.com

Treasurer:

Judith Carr

Secretary:

Bryan Stuppy 505-930-4550

Our next meeting :

August 8th

The Leo Solar Eclipse

6-8pm

Call for location

Astrology: Ecopsychology of the Night

Interview with Jason Holley by Rene Tricou

What got you into astrology?

I grew up in an astrologically fluent family. Not professional astrologers, but people who knew their moon signs and enough about their charts. When I was born, my chart was done by our neighborhood astrologer. In a way, I was born into it. I didn’t get into it in a deep way until about the age of thirteen. My family did stuff like this and was also Christian fundamentalist. So, they did not quite know how to reconcile it, as it was quite paradoxical...read more

Carpe Diem

by Daniel Fiverson

There has been a grand trine in the sky formed by Saturn, Uranus, and the Lunar North Node since March and will persist until November. Saturn is the structure of our consciousness. It is how we "shape" ourselves, how we are unfolding into a new form of who we are. Uranus is our individuality, our uniqueness, originality, and creativity and how that uniqueness is expressed as part of our collective socieity. Uranus correlates to Astrology! The Lunar North Node facilitates our way forward towards the probable future(s) that lie ahead. Trines are not like squares and oppositions that compel us to action. Unless we engage with them proactively they can pass unnoticed. This is the perfect time to have an astrology reading to "trim your sails" and set a course ahead... a course that YOU have chosen, not one driven by circumstances or someone else's agenda. The current Saturn Uranus cycle began in Tienanmen Square. Do you remember the single individual who stood alone facing a battle tank? That is the nature of the self-determined energy that is available to all of us right now. Carpe diem.

Daniel Fiverson is an Evolutionary Astrologer trained by the Jeffrey Wolf Green School of Evolutionary Astrology.   A student of Astrology, I Ching, and Tarot since the conjunction of Uranus and Pluto in Virgo in the  1960's. Daniel's work embraces classical mythology, Eastern and Native American teachings, and practical Qabala. Daniel's work has been published in the "Journal of Evolutionary Astrology". You can hear  Daniel speak about Evolutionary Astrology regularly on Moonwise with Merrylin Leblanc, KSFR-FM Santa Fe Free Public Radio. Past  broadcasts are available on his website, on YouTube. and SoundCloud.

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