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The Western Sidereal Interpretation Workbook

Now Available! 

In An Introduction to Western Sidereal Astrology, Kenneth Bowser presented the basics of western sidereal astrology—the history and rationale, the stars, planets, signs, aspects and planet combinations. In The Western Sidereal Astrology Interpretation Workbook, he shows you how to apply this knowledge to the art of chart interpretation. In this step-by-step workbook, Ken will guide you through the interpretation of 25 horoscopes.

 

In Section One, you will find 25 charts with no names or data. Each chart is accompanied by nine questions/prompts that will help you to identify the dominant themes in each horoscope. After you've answered the questions and written your interpretation, you'll turn to the corresponding chart in Section Two. There you will find the chart with the name and data and Ken's interpretation. These detailed interpretations—between two thousand and five thousand words each—are filled with information. The Workbook includes a page to note what you've learned and what you may have missed in your own interpretation. In this way, you will hone your skills and expand your ability to correctly read astrological symbolism.

A well-known astrologer with over 50 years of experience in chart interpretation, Ken will show you how to synthesize the many factors in each horoscope. Two hours of private tutoring are included. Ken will critique your interpretation of the final chart, or personally guide you through your interpretation.​

Course Fee

The Course fee is $400. The Course may be

studied at the student's own pace.

Format: 8.5 x 11 Write-in Workbook, 426 pages

You Will Also Learn

  • How to incorporate in-mundo or mundane aspects into your interpretations. Mundane aspects, one of the most sophisticated tools in an astrologer’s toolbox, will allow you to see the hidden aspects that are missed when you look at a chart in only one dimension.

 

  • How to read a speculum. Derived from the Latin verb specere, “to look at or behold,” a speculum will allow you to see the positions of planets in two dimensions.​

  • How to incorporate stars into your interpretation

  • How to use a wider range of aspects for a more thorough evaluation of each horoscope

 

  • ​The importance of elevation and angularity in the horoscope

 

  • How to incorporate the nodes of the Moon into your interpretations

 

  • How to use the Janus program for accurate astrological interpretations

Course Materials

Students will receive a certificate of completion after finishing the Course

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