Northern California Apprenticeship Program
September 28 through October 2, 2018
Topic: JUPITER, SATURN, AND THEIR ANCIENT DANCE
“Lucky” Jupiter and “unlucky” Saturn – that attitude toward these two massive planets, while extremely common among conventional astrologers, has created an enormous amount of confusion. Glowing promises about Jupiter have often led only to disappointment, while baleful predictions about Saturn have often actually manifested as “Great Works” reflecting enormous productivity, inspiration and achievement. Like everything else in astrology, each of these planets can be used for positive evolutionary purposes – and, when aligned with human folly, each one can lead to catastrophe.
In this four-day program, we will explore this dyadic pair of planets, understanding their higher meanings, their potential pitfalls, and above all, their archetypal interdependency. We will consider them in the context of the natal chart as well as in terms of transits and solar arcs, along with what to expect when they are triggered by progressions. We will also pay particular attention to their impending alignment in the year 2020 – a subject that will soon play a major role in all of our lives.
Dates: Friday evening, Sep. 28 at 7:00pm through Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 5:00pm.
Location: Earthrise Retreat Center, Petaluma, California
Pricing: Rates vary. Contact Joyce for details.
To register, please contact Joyce Van Horn at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 415-518-5818. This program is always sold out in advance so please register early.
Learn more about the bi-annual Astrology Apprentice Retreat in Calistoga on the NoCal Program home page.
For general information about Steven’s apprenticeship program, visit our Astrologer Apprentice Program page.
This workshop is worth 4 Credits towards certification.