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Untying the Knots of the Twelve-Letter Alphabet Untying the Knots of the Twelve-Letter Alphabet The Twelve Letter Alphabet, sometimes called the twelve “Archetypes,” underlies much of the presentation of planets, signs, and houses in modern Western... More detail
E550 Vocational Astrology E550 Vocational Astrology What can I be good at? What should I do? What is my calling? Whether we are 5 or 50, we can be faced with the question of “what do I want to do when... More detail
E513A Applying Symmetrical Astrology and Antiscia to Natal Charts (Practicum) E513A Applying Symmetrical Astrology and Antiscia to Natal Charts (Practicum) Instructor: Kate PettyCourse is 5 weeks Prerequisite: basic astrology including use of transits, solar arc directions, and secondary progressions This... More detail

In 2009, Mark Douglas became the well-deserved recipient of the Kepler College Distinguished Fellowship Award. The Board of Trustees has recognized Mark as one of Kepler College's most dedicated supporters. He is not only a member of the Founder's Circle, and a donor of land, money and equipment, but also a true friend to our students through the Purple Angel Scholarship.

The Board of Trustees established the Distinguished Fellowship to confer upon individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to Kepler College through logistical, financial or educational assistance. Fellowship may also be conferred upon individuals not directly associated with the College but who have made a substantial and internationally recognized contribution to the subject areas taught at the College.

When the Board of Trustees developed this honor, they were unanimous in their decision that Mark Douglas should be its first recipient. Without Mark's strong support in our early years, Kepler College would not exist.


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