International Astrology Day (IAD) marks the first day of Spring - the first day of Western astrology's tropical year. The Spring Equinox this year has two additional special events: the Full moon will be 14 hours away from perigee (its closest approach to earth) AND a total solar eclipse visible in the Arctic, Greenland, Iceland, Norway and the Faroe Islands. Europe, northern and eastern Asia and northern and western Africa will have a partial eclipse. The eclipse starts at 7:41am UTC. The maximum point (totality) begins at 09:45am UTC and will last for 2 minutes and 47 seconds.
After celebrating the eclipse, join us for a series of astrological conversations from 10 AM to 4 PM Pacific Daylight Time!
10:00 AM Hellenistic Meets Evolutionary with Chris Brennan and Mark Jones
11:00 AM Mundane Astrology with Bruce Scofield and Georgia Stathis
12:00 PM What Do You Do With Challenging Planets with Tamira McGillivray, Kenneth Miller and Andrea Gehrz
1:00 PM Declination - Important yet Neglected with Christine Arens and Carol Tebbs
2:00 PM Soul in Astrology with Joseph Crane and Laura Nalbandian
3:00 PM Astrological Research Doesn't have to be Difficult with David Cochrane, Judith Holloway and Laura Tadd
The talks will be recorded and everyone who signs up will receive a copy of the recording. So even if you cannot join us in person, make sure to sign up!