Was to take place on Saturday, January 24, 2015 from Time: 9:00 am - 11:00 am PDT

Jeff Jawer has been taken ill and will be unable to conduct his workshop this Saturday. Please keep in your thoughts with hopes for a fast recovery.

 

jawer jeff 100pxJeff Jawer is well known in the astrological community as an innovative and dynamic teacher, writer and counselor. He is the CEO and co-founder of StarIQ.com, a pioneer in web-based astrology. He holds a B.A. in "The History and Science of Astrology" from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and lectures at astrology conferences throughout the world.

Jeff's scores of articles have appeared in astrology journals in Canada, France, Germany, England, Switzerland, Holland, Spain, Brazil, Finland and the U.S.& others.
Jeff is the author of Your Astrology Guide 2006 with Rick Levine, and has co-authored four books for Llewellyn Publications. He writes a regular forecast column for The Mountain Astrologer, and celebrity profiles for AOL. He has made hundreds of radio and television appearances in the U.S. and Europe.

Jeff co-founded AFAN and UAC and helped teach the first Astro*Carto*Graphy certification course with Jim Lewis. He helped create two astrologically based plays and writes a weekly romance horoscope for Tarot.com and AOL and has written a daily horoscope and monthly column for CosmoGirl.com.

Jeff writes StarIQ.com's New Moon Report, PlanetIQ reports, LoveStars weekly horoscope and co-produces the daily Planet Pulse forecast with StarIQ co-founder Rick Levine. You can find out more at http://www.stariq.com/jawer/.

register blue5 Weeks Course
Meetings: Thursday 4:00 - 6:00 pm PST (7:00 - 9:00 pm EST)

The Babylonians knew astrology as the “heavenly writing” of the gods. But if astrology is a language, then what is its structure? Over the last 12 years, I’ve been investigating how the vocabulary of astrology is interconnected when accurate delineations are made.

In this one time,  5-week course, we will examine astrology's syntax, as well as the classical philosophy that underpins its rationale. Using chart examples, we’ll begin to place the vocabulary that most students of astrology are already familiar with, into coherent phrases and sentences that everyone can read and agree upon. We will also re-examine some of the tradition's rules for assessing a planet's condition in a whole new way that actually delivers practical information.