The Western Sidereal Astrology Interpretation Workbook

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The Western Sidereal Astrology Interpretation Workbook

Post by colleenm » Mon Jan 25, 2021 10:45 am

Hi Folks,

The Western Sidereal Astrology Interpretation Workbook by Kenneth Bowser is now available to order. Here is the format of the Course:

It is a 426 page, 8.5 x 11 write-in Workbook with two sections. In Section One, you'll find 25 charts with no name 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. The interpretations are very detailed—between two thousand and five thousand words each.

Each chart section comes with a page to note what you've learned and what you may have missed in your own interpretation. The goal is to help people expand their ability to correctly read astrological symbolism. The Course includes the use of in-mundo aspects and stars, and reading a speculum. Two hours of private tutoring are also included. Ken will critique your interpretation of the final chart, or personally guide you through your interpretation.​

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Re: The Western Sidereal Astrology Interpretation Workbook

Post by Jim Eshelman » Mon Jan 25, 2021 12:39 pm

Thanks, Colleen.

As mentioned earlier, I asked Colleen to post information here (and generally keep us up to date) on Ken Bowser's new (just released) Sidereal astrology interpretation workbook and course. I encourage those who can to support this venture and take advantage of the learning and skill-building opportunity.
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