Free Webinar Series

Kepler offers regular free webinars on an assortment of topics from a wide variety of presenters. Recordings of the webinars are sent to participants and can be downloaded for free up to 14 days after the webinar.

What do others think about our webinars? 

Dear Everyone who make Kepler Online possible,
A powerful Thank You from my deepest and highest self.
The free online presentations are much appreciated by this soul.
Helping us all learn to love one another is no greater offering, again thank you for the outstanding lecture on Planetary Degrees.
Marie Weathers
NCGR Boston Chapter 
Thanks for all you do. It matters a great deal to many who are able to appreciate the greatness of Kepler's concern and aptitude in Metaphysics, to help share and expand Astrology. Your help enables — heals — transforms, as each webinar builds upon the previous. I have only awe and appreciation for this generosity.

Astarte Rose, Cambridge, MA 

PS: The way you host, makes all feel more comfortable, your sincerity and hospitality is lacking guise, which is doubly appreciated. Thanks so much, please know your efforts are well received for many, who find a way to your school via the Internet and Cosmic consciousness — a spiritual and silent guidance towards a collective and common higher frequencies — for Astrologers to be a part of, rather than to be separate from.

register-blueTony Dickey and Gary Lorentzen
FREE WEBINAR Saturday, Sept 27 from
1:00 - 2:30 pm PDT / 4 - 5:30 pm EDT

Historians debate when or even if the postmodern world began. Specifically, we know we are experiencing a cultural trend that is no longer ‘modern’, but when did modernism end? What is this ‘postmodernism’ that took its place and when did the shift begin? Using the outer planets as our indicators, we may have to broaden our definition of ‘modern’ and ‘postmodern’ and re-think our cultural time-frame.

We understand that modernism began as a strong shift toward a non-religious worldview that had its roots in Renaissance Humanism. That humanism ultimately led to various cultural revolutions—political, scientific and industrial. These revolutions have led us to the various postmodern political, scientific, industrial, artistic and existential crises our world faces today.

Examining both the structure of astrological time using precession and historical periods as well as the important conjunctions of the outer planets, Tony Dickey and Gary Lorentzen bring some astrological clarity to historical periodicity and the confusion over the relationship of modernism and postmodernism to astrological explanations of modern historical events and trends. This presentation builds on the work of Barbault, Palden Jenkins, Rick Tarnas and others. They will present a holistic view of past present and future, utilizing synodic pairs of the planets Jupiter through Pluto. How we got to this critical period and what lies ahead will make sense to you in a way easy to grasp, yet leave you with the profound insight astrology offers.