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Aquarius Severn: The Nodes of the Moon in Ancient Astrology

A talk with Acyuta-bhava Das

Acyuta-bhava Das will explore the ancient use and understanding of the nodes of the Moon in chart delineations, while also tracking out the historical development of the modern use of the Moon’s nodes in evolutionary astrology.

Whatever perspective students may prefer, this talk will help practitioners become well rounded in their understanding of the nodes of the Moon throughout the entire history of horoscopic astrology.

Acyuta-bhava Das (Adam Elenbaas) is a professional astrologer, author, and yoga teacher from the Twin Cities of Minnesota. Acyuta is the critically acclaimed author of “Fishers of Men: The Gospel of an Ayahuasca Vision Quest,” (Tarcher/Penguin 2010), and one of the founding writers/contributing editors of the popular web magazine, RealitySandwich. Acyuta holds an M.A. in English, Language, and Literature, and an M.F.A in Creative Non-Fiction Writing.

Acyuta teaches courses on Hellenistic astrology, Yoga Philosophy, and Horary Astrology, and is an initiated disciple of Gaudiya Vaishnavism (Bhakti Yoga). Website: nightlightastrology.com.

Time: 19:30 – Zoom room opens 19:15 GMT.

You must register in advance here.

For full details, see the Aquarius Severn website.