Sunday, 2 June 2019
Friday, 29 March 2019
Love: Profane and Sacred with Priscilla Costello
1st June 2019
Sutro Room, Trinity College Oxford 10am-5pm
Morning: THE COMPOSITE CHART
An extremely useful astrological technique for revealing the dynamics of our interactions with others. Given the different levels of human beings, how can we better achieve harmony with each other? Some sample charts will offer suggestions for analysis and interpretation.
Afternoon: AN AFTERNOON WITH NEPTUNE: WILL THE REAL NEPTUNE PLEASE STAND UP?
Commonly associated with confusion and delusion, can we discover more positive aspects of Neptune, as in an attunement with nature, gifts of creativity and heightened intuition, and a profound love of the Divine? After looking at the astrological world view, we will explore the journey of the soul into incarnation and the finding of a spiritual path.
Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Thursday, 8 November 2018
We'll be looking at:
The Eclipses in Cancer, Leo and Capricorn
Jupiter in Sagittarius
Saturn in Capricorn
Chiron in Aries
Uranus in Taurus
Neptune in Pisces
Pluto in Capricorn
Plus Pallas' super-long transit through Libra, and Ceres extended stay in Sagittarius.
And the Mercury Retrogrades.
We will be workshopping these changes on January 19 in the Sutro Room. Christina Rodenbeck of The Oxford Astrologer, Israel Ajose of The Astrological Lodge of London and Sally Kirkman of Sally Kirkman Astrology will be leading the day. We plan to look at as many personal charts as possible.
Please bring at least one copy of your natal chart to this event. If you don’t yet have it, go to astro.com where you can get a free chart. Please also bring your friends!
Early Bird tickets are available now for just under £40. Tickets on the day are £45.
Posted by Christina at 11:46
Tuesday, 14 August 2018
Saturday, 21 July 2018
|Hittite goddess 13th-14th century BC|
September 29-30, 2018
Trinity College, Oxford
We are thrilled to be hosting a weekend devoted to the asteroid goddesses -- Juno, Ceres, Pallas and Vesta. And we are even more thrilled that we have some veritable astrological Olympians to help guide us through the labyrinth of myth and herstory; truth, lies; illusion and actuality.
Juno -- queen, wife, mother, protector.
Ceres -- goddess of the corn, mother of girls, traveller, rescuer.
Pallas -- warrior, thinker, weaver, wise woman
Vesta -- domestic goddess, keeper of the eternal flame
Lynn Bell is one of our greatest living astrologers, with a mind for myth and an eye for the archetypal manifesting in reality. This year she gave the Carter Memorial Lecture at the Astrological Association (again!). She's been to Oxford several times before, but we keep inviting her back, because the contents of her mind need to be shared and disseminated.
Lynn has made special studies of Juno and Vesta -- the Queen and the Priestess, public and private goddesses.
To read more about Lynn, click here.
Faye Blake-Cossar, of the Amsterdam School of Astrology, is probably the leading expert on astrological Ceres. She has been tracking the effects of Ceres since 2006, when the asteroid was recognised by astronomers as a minor planet as important as Pluto. Faye has studied in-depth the effects of Ceres transits in the mundane world and in the lives of clients. To read more about Faye, click here.
Like a thought turned into action, Pallas Athena was born from the skull of the Lord of the Olympians, Zeus himself. She is a wise counsellor, a steady voice in the storm, a call to action, a conscience -- wisdom. Christina Rodenbeck, who writes the Oxford Astrologer, will describe how Pallas works for the individual and the collective. She's shown that Pallas is especially important for astrologers.
To read more about her, click here.
We're planning a short meet and greet on Friday, September 28, and perhaps a dinner on Saturday. We will be able to offer one day only if that's more convenient for you.
We will be provide a list of accommodation. There is some available at Trinity College, but you may need to look elsewhere too. Let us know if we can help -- theoxfordastrologygroup @ outlook.com
Posted by Christina at 12:22
Friday, 23 March 2018
Navigating Your Financial Universe
Saturday, April 28 at 10 AM - 5 PM
Sutro Room, Trinity College, OxfordMoney makes the world go round, so we are delighted to be hosting a one day workshop with Christeen Skinner on astro-financial management and how best to navigate these challenging times.
In the morning we will be looking at the astrology of wealth, so bring your own chart (and, if possible, those of your parents and grand-parents).
The afternoon will give us a bird's eye view of 2018–20 and beyond: the remaining years of Pluto's transit of Capricorn, the extra-ordinary alignment in 2020, the solar cycle and the Jupiter-Saturn conjunction in Aquarius.
A practising astrologer for more than 30 years, Christeen has been looking at planetary pictures since she was nine years old. She is fascinated by the correlation between particular planetary formations and events on earth. Measuring the apparent links between these pictures and financial markets pleases her immensely.
She is deeply committed to the development of greater understanding of the potential of astrology and supportive of those researching links between the planets and trends in music, architecture and politics.
She is a well respected key player on the astrology speaking circuit with focus on financial and business matters. In 2004 ‘The Financial Universe’ was published followed by ‘Exploring the Financial Universe’ in 2016. Her latest book ‘The Beginners Guide to the Financial Universe’ was published in March 2017.
Tickets are £60 for the day.
Early Bird tickets are £55.
Posted by Christina at 14:42