28th International Astrological Conference ~ Krishnamurti Institute of Astrology & Institute of Vedic Culture for Public Welfare Kolkata
31st January – 4th February 2018
Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre (EZCC) Bidhan Nagar, Salt Lake City, Kolkata,
Chocolate-Coated (Math-Free) Time-Check Techniques
Rectification is stuffy and boring right? – too complicated and way too much math? What if you had a bag of easy tools to rough-check a birth time, so that you could begin with confidence knowing the chart actually belongs to the client? Some of these tools are even fun! (Chocolate not included
United Astrology Conference (UAC)
The Progressed Sun: Who Are We Becoming?
As a predictor, the Progressed Moon gets all the glory, but the Progressed Sun, as the Evolving Self has its own story to tell. Let’s explore how the Sun moves through signs and houses, what happens when it converses with (aspects) other planets and how we can use this information to map our way forward
Articles On Astrology
September belongs to Virgo the Virgin. It is always worth looking up the origin of a word and it turns out that Virgin comes from the Roman word virgin (ver-geen) which means sheath. OK OK you can stop giggling now! A Virgin was a woman who owned her own sheath. In...
The Skies of 2018 At this time of year, many astrologers are contacted by the press to give predictions for the year to come. This is somewhat problematic, as the astrological new year actually commences at the Spring Equinox! Truthfully, to read ahead in the skies...
The Conservative majority victory showed that polls done during the 39-day campaign fell short of their neck-and-neck predictions, says an analyst. "Polls are just a snapshot, they're not 100 per cent accurate," political scientist Agar Adamson said 'fuesday night....
This is Day 99 of John Hamm's reign in Nova Scotia and already the Tory premier, who's been called callous and mean-spirited, says he feels misunderstood. "We have to be clearer in terms of telling Nova Scotians what we're doing and why we're doing it," Hamm said in a...