16 February 2011 0 Comments

Lecture: Relationships – The Missing Keys

HOSTED BY THE VICTORIAN ASTROLOGY ASSOCIATION (VAA)

VAA lecture venueSaturday 19 February, 2-5pm, Sth Melbourne Community Centre
Corner Park St and Ferrars Place, South Melbourne (MEL 2K B4)
Members $7.50 – Non-Members $15
Lecture introduction
Peter BurnsIn contemporary astrology we learn that the rising and descending signs comprise the important axis which describes the quality of relationships.
In more ancient times the rulers of these signs were carefully studied especially in regard to their condition. Their condition is described by their specific location in the zodiac signs, their relationship with other planets, planetary shadows and fixed stars. These and other considerations are the missing keys to the quality and type of relationships revealed by natal astrology.
Did you know for example that each planet represents someone in your life, and that each planet’s specific location reveals personal preferences for other planets?
In this lecture Peter Burns will describe some of the important techniques used by the ancients to interpret relationships and provide some examples about how these techniques are applied.
Bring your chart to the lecture!

About Peter Burns:
Peter Burns has studied contemporary and ancient astrology and lectured at the WA, NSW and Victorian Associations, FAA International Astrology Conferences and recently in the USA. He was FAA vice-president and VAA president 2006-2008. He has been national FAA Journal editor since 2000.
Peter Burns now runs online distance education correspondence courses in Astrology Foundation Studies, Horary Astrology, and Palmistry through his school: Ambrosia Academy of Astrology.
He specialises in interactive teaching through his website above, providing feedback with all assignments and offering students the freedom to work at their own pace with no set deadlines.

Horary Astrology Reading Request a reading. Most subjects covered.

The Horary Astrology Practitioners Diploma correspondence course contains the foundation principles for natal and modern astrology.

The Palmistry Practitioners Diploma correspondence Course provides basic logical principles underlying hand reading as well as the "how-to" practical application about how to read the hands.

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