Saturday January 21 from 1:00-2:30 pm PST / 4:00-5:30 EST
From the dawn of astrology, eclipses have been a source of mystery and dread for sky-watching populations around the globe. The Babylonians in particular had a long tradition of watching for eclipses and started the practice of using them, along with other techniques, to forecast significant political, economic and social events for their kingdoms.
The fear of eclipses was in fact one of earliest drives in the development of astrology. Since then, we have inherited from our tradition a wealth of information about the use of eclipse charts in political and mundane forecasting. This 90 minute webinar will explore some of the most useful eclipse techniques in the forecast of significant world events while examining past and future eclipses.
Maria J. Mateus, BA in psychology from the University of Texas and MA in astrology from Kepler College.
Maria believes the key to understanding all of astrology, is to understand the manner in which language and mind reflect the world we live in. In 2002, her desire to demystify the relationship between inner emotional states and outer world manifestations led her to embark on an investigation that culminated in the development of the LINCOS grammatical approach to astrology.
Maria has been a student of astrology since she was a teen. She's open to all astrological schools, but maintains a particular interest in research, history, language, and ancient techniques.
Maria has lectured at conferences and workshops around the world and taught at the International Academy of Astrology and Kepler College. She's written for several astrological publications, translated a modern introduction to traditional techniques (On The Heavenly Spheres), and is currently translating its sequel, as well as working on her own work on grammatical astrology. Her website is at www.lincosastrology.com.