Upcoming Presentations

April 8, 2017 (Saturday)
Kepler College

Online Webinar (free community webinar)
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM Central Time

"A Brief Introduction to Archetypal Astrology"

The word “archetype” has become synonymous with depth psychologist Carl Jung, though archetypes are far more than Jungian in nature and can provide a unique lens of insight for astrologers. The late James Hillman, one of Jung’s students and former Director of the Jung Institute in Zurich, developed the field of archetypal psychology, a psychology rooted in imagination and the imagery associated with archetypes. This presentation explores the nature of archetypes in this vein, and how they can work in the field of archetypal astrology. 


April 18, 2017 (Tuesday)
Nightlight Astrology webinar
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Central Time

All Fired Up - The Jupiter-Uranus Cycle

In the mythologies of many cultures, fire is kept from humanity before it is eventually stolen and given to humans by an outsider. This myth is woven into the Jupiter-Uranus cycle and comes alive as Jupiter and Uranus oppose each other for the majority of 2017. Fire, of course, brings light, vision, and warmth. This webinar explores Jupiter, Uranus, and what happens when these two visionary planets meet, in natal charts and historical transits. 


May 24-29, 2018
United Astrology Conference 2018
Chicago, Illinois

Details coming soon!

Posted on February 8, 2017 .

Welcome to the Jungle ...

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I'm excited that my newest article is in the current, just-published issue of "The Mountain Astrologer"! It's the December/January 2017 issue, which is also the 29th Anniversary Issue.

Entitled, "Welcome to the Jungle, or Back to the Wild Frontier - Reflections on Saturn in Sagittarius," the article is described in the TMA Table of Contents as follows:

"As Saturn moves through the sign of the Centaur, our arts and culture mirror this mythological figure's union of human and animal, with the imperative to claim both sides of ourselves."

If you subscribe digitally, you can access a beautiful, full-color, high-resolution PDF of the article. I'm extremely pleased with how the article turned out. Hope you check it out!

Posted on October 31, 2016 .