3rd Thursday

Nov 21   7:30 PM

Georgia Stathis

What do you “SEE” when you see a chart? An exploration of forecasting techniques.

We all look at charts differently.  This is because there are so many lenses through which to view a chart.  There are even different systems like Tropical and Vedic. Georgia Stathis, a modern western astrologer, will go through some of the techniques she uses when looking at natal charts to pinpoint the issues at hand with the client.  Some of the topics covered are ingresses, solar arcs, and of course, the upcoming Synodic Cycles, the topic of which is explored in depth in her new book, Pushing Through Time.  This is a lecture, in conversation style with the attendees, on how to pinpoint something when you are not always ‘seeing’ it in the chart. 

Georgia Stathis   specializes in business and natal astrology since 1977 with a strong background in investment and real estate.  She holds a B.S. degree from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and an M.B.A. from Pepperdine University.  She is both an investor and a consulting astrologer and is author of:   Business Astrology 101    and her brand new book (released April 2018) entitled:   Pushing through Time: Synodic Cycles and their Developing Phases.  Georgia is a contributor to various journals like the Galactic Trader and the 2016 OPA book, The Professional Astrologer.  She taught the undergraduate program at Kepler College for seven years and spoke most recently at UAC2018 and will be speaking again at 2019 NORWAC,  2019 NCGR in Baltimore, teaching at the Midwest School of Astrology and NCGR Miami in February 2019 and presenting a workshop to Friends of Astrology in Oak Lawn, Illinois on November 3, 2018.  A regular online teacher for such schools as Mayo School of Astrology,  Breaking down the Borders and Astro Summit, Georgia spends a lot of time doing research.  She writes a FREE newsletter for those who sign up at her website   StarCycles.com.  Georgia is a board member of  the National Hellenic Museum in Chicago, whose mission is to preserve Hellenistic Culture. She is also the chairwoman and one of the founders (with Urania Trust and Kepler) of the newly formed Alexandria iBase Project, whose mission is to preserve astrological literature for our peers for the future, a (501 C3) non-profit foundation, more information can be found at:   alexibase.org

Find more  Georgia Stathis  at:   StarCycles.com  or mail her:  stathis.georgia@gmail.com