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Kepler offers regular 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. If you enjoy these webinars, we ask that you pay a small amount of your choosing. All proceeds will go to student scholarships.

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register blueAdd a compelling new chart to your U.S. charts arsenal.

Saturday Nov 5, 2016 from 1:00 - 2:30 PM

With the upcoming election, astrologers have been combing through the various charts for the U.S.  In this community webinar, Gary Lorentzen will introduce you to a compelling new chart for American Independence.

This chart is based on the first majority vote calling for independence from England on the afternoon of July 1, 1776. He will outline the history of the three-day period, July 1 through July 4, 1776, and present the details of how this chart came to be and how it fits in with the more commonly known and accepted U. S. charts.

Previously offered as a workshop, Gary decided he would rather gift his work to the community through Kepler College's community webinar series.