With that “back to school” feeling in the air, it seems appropriate that in this month’s newsletter, we’ll be sharing the latest updates to Steven’s 2013 calendar.
Over the next year you’ll have the opportunity to study with Steven in exotic locations like China and Italy, as well as his mainstays in California and North Carolina. See the online schedule for details.
New Editions of Steven’s Books
I’ve spent the last few weeks putting the final touches on the newest printing of The Inner Sky. Although the content inside is the same, we’ve given the book a new cover, and new layout for the interior. This month I’ll be getting it ready for the Kindle and Nook. And then I’ll be doing the same with Yesterday’s Sky,The Book of Pluto, Skymates IIand Jodie’s bookThe Ascendant. It will be great to eventually have all of Steven’s books available in digital formats.
This bestselling astrology classic was the WINNER OF THE 1985 PAI AWARD (Professional Astrologers Incorporated) "for outstanding activities in furthering the goals of Astrology." One of the most popular texts for beginning the study of astrology, the book has received praise by professional astrology teachers as well as celebrities such as Sting and Robert Downey Jr.
Readers will learn an approach to astrology that is positive and affirming, and which celebrates human diversity, in the style of Evolutionary Astrology that Steven Forrest has become renown for the world over. The Inner Sky takes the reader on a journey into the astrology of freedom and choice, where we discover the interplay of celestial influence and free will, and the magic that we all can find there.
Yesterday’s Sky –The Lost Appendix
Steven has fast at work writing a long monograph on “Creating The Past Life Story” for his apprenticeship programs this year. He wishes he’d written it as an appendix toYesterday’s Sky, but better late than never! This writing will provide the foundations for creating the metaphorical past life story, which is an invaluable tool for communicating this dynamic to clients, or even when looking at our own charts. This writing will be made available in both upcoming California programs, in Calistoga September 28th, and in Alpine November 8, 2012.
Snow White and Dark Venus
The last issue of The Mountain Astrologer, digital edition, featured my article on the recent filmSnow White and the Huntsman. You can now read the article in full on my website if you missed it on TMA’s website.
I hope you all are enjoying this energetic shifting of seasons, and riding the waves of the Uranus-Pluto squares with levity and ingenuity.
With good wishes for your well-being and happiness,
Join Steven at one of the many upcoming events listed below. All events designated as “AP Programs” count towards certification through Steven’s Astrology Apprenticeship Program. All events are open to the public.
September 28 – October 2, 2012
Tony Howard graduated Summa Cum Laude in history and film from the University of Colorado. His degree turned out to be the perfect precursor to his career in astrology, where his focus includes historical research and chart analysis. His writing has been featured in The Mountain Astrologer and in two Flare anthologies: Astrology, the Next Generation and The Book of Music Horoscopes.
Tony has been researching declination since 2011 and specializes in “out of bounds” planets. He also loves working with and studying aspects, which forms the core of his work with clients. He is the founder of Astrology University.