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Kepler offers the astrology community a broad forum for astrologers interested in furthering their knowledge. We have formal 10-week courses as well as less formal workshops on specific topics. We also have a unique resource that all astrologers can benefit from: the research database in the MDM Electronic Research Library.
As part of our passion for and commitment to the astrological community, for those with little time or money, we have created our regular free webinars.
If you care about astrological education, please donate now.
We are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and all cash donations are deductible.
The Alexandria iBase Project
Kepler has always been concerned with the preservation of our astrological and esoteric heritage. To further this goal, it has worked with the Urania Trust, Star Cycles and others to develop the Alexandria iBase Project. This project will become its own corporate entity dedicated to the scanning of astrological papers and out-of-copyright materials and the development of an online database that provides links to these digitized materials as well as a catalog of the collections of participating libraries worldwide.
We are in the beginning stages of this project. We have received a $30,000 donation dedicated to high quality scanning and the initial development of the online library software. Our first major project is to scan the professional writings and research papers of Marion D. March. We will use these papers to help us demonstrate the potential of this database project by the end of April. Incorporation of the Alexandria iBase Project will be complete by Summer. For more information, please CLICK HERE
Please help us with this important project. If you use the button below, your donation will be restricted to the development of the Alexandria iBase.
I strongly encourage astrologers to add the Alexandria Ibase Project to their estate planning. Several modest estates could help fund this project for a long time, helping to establish a permanent location and creating a trust that could provide staffing and other essential elements of a permanent archival collection—something any field seeking solid legitimacy must have. -- Anne Beversdorf, Astrologer