Eclipses - Solar and Lunar
The aim of these two Masterclasses is to teach you how to work with a forthcoming eclipse when it aspects a chart. We will also look at being born on an eclipse.
Eclipses are one of the most enchanting sky events that we can witness and as astrologer we can read them in connection with a person’s chart. However, not all eclipses are the same. They occur as part of great cycles called Saros Cycles and understanding these allows us to understand the unique nature of individual eclipses.
Both the solar and lunar eclipses form Saros Cycles and thus we can unpack each forthcoming eclipse and look the way that it engages with your chart. We will also consider what it means to be born on a lunar or solar eclipse.
Date – Solar
Date – Lunar
Attending the Master Class
You attend the Master Class online from your own computer – PC or MAC, or you can use your iPhone or iPad. We use Zoom which is a special service which enables us to all see and hear each other while also being able to share Power Points, white boards and chat boxes. Once you register for a class we will send you information and the link – the key – to the seminar room.
The main tutor for this master class is Bernadette Brady.
You will need to have knowledge of how to read a chart.
Recordings and PowerPoint Presentations:
The Master Classes are recorded – sound, video and Power Points – but these recordings are ONLY made available to those who attend as we will be working with people’s birth charts. Also you will also be emailed the Power Point presentations before the Master Class so that you can print them out and make notes as you go.
You can cancel your registration up to a month before the date of the Master Class. Such cancellations will be refunded in full, back to the credit card you have used for your initial payement. If, however, you have to miss your Master Class we can emailed you the link to the recording if you wish. Please note recordings will only be made available for people who have registered for the Master Class and either have been unable to attend or for some reason have problems accessing the web.