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Astrological Lodge of London: Food as Torture: Eating disorders in the chart, and the symbolism of the celestial circles (3)

Every Monday evening. First talk 19:00, second talk 20:00.

One ticket covers both talks.


19:00 Food as torture: eating disorders in the chart Kristina Hristova

When does an essential-for-survival process like eating become a source of anxiety? This lecture explores planetary configurations that might lead to the appearance of various disorders related to food consumption.

Biography: Kristina Hristova, LLM, is a certified astrologer from the Mayo School of Astrology, a Reiki master and a current Assistant Editor for the AA’s Astrology & Medicine newsletter. She also supports the Astrological Lodge by doing the graphics for the Lodge seminars.

20:00 Astrological House Division and the symbolism of the celestial circles (Part 3) Rhys Chatham

Rhys Chatham continues to explain how the major house division systems are calculated in a way that does not require any math. Rather than advocate the use of one house system over another, we will simply compare them, looking at the various celestial circles they are based on, reflecting upon the symbolic implications of each of them and how they might impact on chart interpretation. We’ll discuss what distinguishes one house system from another, allowing you to make informed choices on which ones to use, for what, and when. In these workshops, we will cover the ecliptic-based (whole sign, equal and Porphyry), space based (Meridian, Regiomontanus, Campanus) and time-based houses (Alcabitius, Koch and Placidus).

Biography: Rhys Chatham – STA DipH, APAI – is a professional astrologer based in Paris, France with clients from all over the world. He studied 20th century astrology with Charles and Vivian Jayne in the late sixties and seventies, and more recently has been immersed in the practice of traditional astrology, having studied Hellenistic astrology with Chris Brennan, Renaissance astrology and magic with Christopher Warnock, primary directions with Martin Gansten, and holds the advanced horary diploma from the School of Traditional Astrology. Rhys is also a hermetic kabbalist and has been a member of various lodges in the U.K. since the year 2000.

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