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The purpose of the show is to provide high-level discussions ranging from explorations of specific astrological techniques, to treatments of issues pertaining to the history and philosophy of astrology. October Astrology Forecast: Mercury Spookygrade. In episode astrologers Kelly Surtees and Austin Coppock join the show to talk about the astrological forecast for October of The rest of the astrology of October features inner planets moving through Libra and squaring […]. During the course of the show we talk about how Alan got into astrology in the late s, […].
Reading Birth Charts with Annual Profections. In episode astrologers Chris Brennan and Leisa Schaim lead a discussion about annual profections with a local astrology group, and take example charts from the audience to demonstrate how the timing technique works in practice. This episode is a recording of a meeting of the Denver Astrology Group that took place at the Mercury […]. Episode of the podcast features an interview with Nina Gryphon about the famous 17th century astrologer William Lilly and his book Christian Astrology.
Lilly published Christian Astrology in , and it was the first major textbook on astrology that was written in English. Most western astrological texts were written in Latin up until that […]. September Astrology Forecast. Episode features an overview of the astrology of September , with astrologers Kelly Surtees, Austin Coppock, and Chris Brennan. The month opens with two conjunctions with the Sun by Mars and Mercury, and also features Saturn stationing direct in Capricorn, and the third and final square between Jupiter and Neptune.
This episode is available […]. The Recent Revival of Astrology in Romania. Episode features two interviews with astrologers Firicel Ciarnau and Mihaela Dicu about the revival of astrology in Romania over the past 30 years after a period of suppression. I traveled to Romania from June 6—10, , to attend and speak at a conference that was hosted by the Romanian Astrologers Association. On June 9 […]. Episode features an interview with Dr. Organizing Astrology Conferences, with Ray Merriman. Episode features an interview with astrologer Ray Merriman about what is involved in organizing a major astrology conference.
He has organized more than 20 astrology conferences over the course of his career, and is in the […]. Episode features a recording of a live workshop where astrologers Chris Brennan and Leisa Schaim demonstrate how to interpret the astrological significance of eclipses, based on the houses in which they fall in your birth chart. Episode features an interview with astrologer Wendy Stacey about the increasing frequency of caesarean births, and the implications this has for natal astrology.
Interviews with Astrologers from Romania and England. Episode features a few short interviews that I did with different astrologers that I met in Romania and the England while I was traveling through Europe last month to attend two astrology conferences. July begins with a tricky Mercury retrograde station conjunct Mars in Leo, and also features the first full set of eclipses in Cancer and Capricorn. On Psychological Astrology, with John Green.
Episode of the podcast features an interview with astrologer John Green about psychological astrology, and some of the unique and valuable contributions it has made the contemporary practice of astrology over the past few decades. Alan Leo — is often credited with helping to spur the revival and popularization of astrology in the west in the early 20th century, through his efforts to publish magazines, horoscopes, and books.
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In episode astrologers Kelly Surtees, Austin Coppock, and Chris Brennan answer questions about astrology from listeners in front of a live audience at the 35th annual Northwest Astrological Conference in Seattle, Washington on May 23, June features some of the most dynamic and tricky configurations of the year, with Mercury and Mars conjoining in Cancer, and opposing Saturn and Pluto in Capricorn.
We spend the first hour of the show recapping […]. Evangeline Adams and the Advent of Astrology in America. In episode Christopher Renstrom joins the show to talk about the work of the early 20th century astrologer Evangeline Adams, and the development and popularization of astrology in America. In the first hour of this discussion we talk about the practice of astrology in America in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, and the […].
In episode astrologers Chris Brennan and Leisa Schaim present a lecture on the ancient method of identifying the overall ruler of a birth chart, called the Master of the Nativity. While in modern times astrologers tend to refer to the ruler of the Ascendant as the ruler of the chart, in ancient Greco-Roman astrology […].
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Teaching Western Astrology in Modern China. Episode features an interview with astrologer David Railey about his work in teaching modern western astrology in China over the past decade. At the top of the show we discuss a few miscellaneous news topics, such as what it […].
This discussion is partially based on a paper that Kenneth wrote for the second volume of The […]. Astrologers Dating Astrologers: Advantages and Pitfalls. In episode astrologers Eugenia Krok and Tareck Ghoneim join Leisa Schaim and Chris Brennan to talk about what it is like for an astrologer to be in a romantic relationship with another astrologer. Eugenia is the host of the Accessible Astrology Podcast, and she and Tareck have been dating for two years, while Chris […].
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Astrologers Chris Brennan and Leisa Schaim celebrate the th episode of The Astrology Podcast by talking about its history, looking back at some past episodes, and answering some meta questions about the podcast that were submitted by listeners. Part of our goal was to provide a bit of an introduction to the podcast for those […]. The forecast for April features a grand fire trine, three outer planets stationing retrograde, and Mercury finally leaving its retrograde shadow and moving from Pisces into Aries.
At the top of the show we spend just […]. Episode features an interview with Benjamin Dykes about his new translation of the works of the 9th century astrologer Sahl ibn Bishr from Arabic. Sahl was part of the second generation of astrologers who wrote in Arabic and worked in Baghdad during the early Islamic Caliphate.
He seems to have been active around — […]. Uranus Transits Through the Twelve Houses. Episode features a panel of astrologers talking about the recent ingress of Uranus into Taurus, and helping to contextualize what that shift will mean for individuals by talking about it within the context of transits of Uranus through each of the twelve houses. This is a recording from a meeting of the Denver Astrology […].
Talking with Vedic Astrologer James Braha. Episode features an interview with Vedic astrologer James Braha, where we talk about his life and work in astrology. For more information about his work visit: JamesBraha. During the course of the episode we talk about how James got into astrology, what it was like studying with different teachers in India, and different observations he has picked up over the years through doing consultations.
One of the themes of the episode is the idea of lineage, and the difference between book learning versus having certain astrological doctrines transmitted directly from student to teacher. Episode features astrologers Kelly Surtees, Austin Coppock, and Chris Brennan talking about the astrological forecast for the month of March The astrology of March includes Mercury going retrograde in Pisces and eventually stationing direct conjunct Neptune, as well as Uranus making its final ingress into Taurus where it will stay for several years.
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Reincarnation and Astrology, with Steven Forrest. In episode astrologer Steven Forrest joins the show to talk about reincarnation, and its relevance as a philosophical concept to the practice of astrology. Steven is one of the founders of a popular approach to astrology in modern times called Evolutionary Astrology, which holds karma and reincarnation as key principles. In he published the book Yesterday's Sky: Astrology and Reincarnation, in which he talked about using the birth chart to find information about past lives. During the course of the episode we talk about Steven's background in astrology, his work with the nodes, and debates in the astrological community about reincarnation.
You can find out more information about Steven on his website: ForrestAstrology. Episode features an interview with astrologer Freedom Cole on the vimshottari dasha system, which is a timing technique used in Vedic astrology. In episode astrologers Chris Brennan and Leisa Schaim present a detailed introduction to an ancient timing technique called zodiacal releasing, which divides a person's life into chapters and paragraphs, and helps to identify your life story or narrative. In ancient Hellenistic astrology there were several different time-lord techniques that were used to determine when the potential of placements in the birth chart would be awakened, although many of them were lost in the transmission of astrology over the past years.
Zodiacal releasing is a time-lord technique that has been recovered over the past two decades through translations of the Greek text of the 2nd century astrologer Vettius Valens. In this episode Chris and Leisa present a 4 and a half hour workshop on the technique, in order to provide the audience with a broad overview and introduction to the technique.
February Astrology Forecast. In episode of the podcast astrologers Kelly Surtees, Austin Coppock, and Chris Brennan present an overview of the major astrological alignments happening in February of The astrology of February features Venus ingressing into Capricorn and conjoining Saturn and Pluto, Mars conjoining Uranus one last time in Aries before departing for Taurus, and Mercury making the first of three conjunctions with Neptune as it slows down and prepares to station retrograde.
The episode opens with an hour-long pre-forecast chat where we touch on a few different topics such as the importance of astrological organizations in the community, tips for electional astrology, the gender disparity in the astrological community, and the confusion surrounding the animal totem for the zodiacal sign Cancer.
This episode is available in both audio and video versions, and links to both are below. News and Announcements Our astrology calendar posters are now available on Amazon, with free 2-day shipping for Prime members. Chris and Leisa released a full electional astrology report, listing some of the luckiest dates to do things over the next 11 months. Scholarships for the Northwest Astrological Conference are available.
The Association for Astrological Networking will be announcing the availability of scholarships for conferences this year soon as well. It is just a free gig, but good practice if you are an up-and-coming astrologer. Austin launched his podcast, Eavesdropping at Midnight, and the first episode with Tony Mack is available now. Auspicious Election for February The auspicious election this month that was chosen by Leisa Schaim is set for: February 27, around am, just after sunrise, 10 Pisces rising There are a few more electional charts that we found for February, which are available in our private subscriber-only podcast on auspicious elections that was released yesterday.
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In episode of the podcast astrologers Chris Brennan and Leisa Schaim provide an introduction to electional astrology, which is the application of astrology to find auspicious dates and times to begin new ventures and undertakings. On the forecast episodes of the podcast we regularly feature an auspicious electional chart for the month ahead, but […].
In episode astrologer Lisa Ardere joins the show to discuss why there seem to be more women who are interested in astrology than men, and some related questions that have become topics of discussion recently in the astrological community. It is generally accepted that there seem to be a greater number of women who […]. This is the first of two volumes where Demetra provides a detailed treatment of ancient Hellenistic astrology, which is the type of astrology that was practiced around the time of the Roman Empire. Unlike other treatments of ancient astrology, Demetra spends most of the book focusing on the actual techniques and practice of the early forms of astrology, rather than spending a bunch of time talking about the history.
It is also designed to be a workbook, so that at the end of each chapter you can apply the techniques to your own chart, using guided lessons so that you can confirm that you understand what you read by putting the interpretive principles into practice. The interview was originally recorded on November 9, , but then I just released it today on January 2, to coincide with the official release of the book today. In episode of the podcast astrologers Kelly Surtees, Austin Coppock, and Chris Brennan provide an overview of the astrology of , and the major planetary alignments that will occur during the course of the next twelve months.
The astrology of features solar eclipses occurring in Capricorn and Cancer, Uranus moving into Taurus, three Jupiter-Neptune squares, the Saturn-Pluto conjunction getting very close, and more. We went through each month in order, starting with January, and provided an in-depth discussion of the major planetary transits occurring each month. Astrologers Chris Brennan and Cam White present the monthly horoscope forecast for January of for ever sign of the zodiac. Timestamps for each sign: Aries Taurus Gemini Cancer Leo Virgo Libra Scorpio Sagittarius Capricorn Aquarius Pisces.
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In episode astrologers Kelly Surtees, Austin Coppock, and Chris Brennan take questions from listeners about various astrological topics, ranging from practicing astrology professionally to conceptual issues involving the houses and the zodiac. We start out the episode by catching up on what has been going on for the three of us and in the […]. Astrologers on Becoming Parents. Ashley Otero and Patrick Watson join the show to talk about what it is like for an astrologer to become a parent, and some of the unique issues that arise when parenting with astrology. In episode of the podcast astrologers Chris Brennan, Kelly Surtees, and Austin Coppock discuss the astrological forecast for December of , and the end of a year that has been filled with a seemingly endless barrage of retrograde planets.
This episode was recorded earlier in November than usual, and it opens with Austin telling a humorous story about some recent Mercury retrograde snafus he ran into while trying to get a new passport, so that he could fly to Australia for the "So Below" event with Gordon White of the Rune Soup podcast. Early in the episode we also discuss the fine balance between taking astrology seriously but still being able to have some degree of levity about it, or a live and let live attitude with other approaches and people whose views may differ from your own.
Eventually we get to the forecast for December, which features Mercury stationing direct in Scorpio, and lunations in Sagittarius and Cancer. Later in the episode we highlight one auspicious electional chart this month, a Jupiter in Sagittarius election, which can be used for beginning a new venture or undertaking. December Horoscopes for Every Rising Sign.
Episode of the podcast features our monthly horoscope forecast for all twelve signs of the zodiac for December of , with astrologers Chris Brennan and Leisa Schaim. Our monthly horoscopes are designed to be read primarily from the perspective of your Ascendant or rising sign, although you can also look at them from the […].
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In episode of the podcast Dr. Jeffrey Kotyk joins the show to talk about the practice of astrology in China in ancient times, and in particular the transmission of horoscopic astrology to China and Japan starting in the 9th century. Jeffrey is an academic historian from Winnipeg, Canada, who specializes in the study of […]. In episode astrologers Kelly Surtees, Austin Coppock, and Chris Brennan reconvene for the second of our two part series on the symbolism of the signs of the zodiac. In this episode we discuss the meanings of the second half of the zodiac signs: Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces.
Part 1 of this […]. Episode of The Astrology Podcast features astrologers Chris Brennan and Leisa Schaim discussing the horoscopes for November of for all twelve rising zodiac signs. Chris has been doing these as monthly video horoscopes for each rising sign since July on his astrology YouTube channel, but this month Leisa joined him in our new […]. November Astrology Forecast: Jupiter in Sagittarius. In episode of the podcast astrologers Kelly Surtees and Austin Coppock join the show to discuss the astrological forecast for November of , which features Jupiter moving into Sagittarius for a year-long transit through that sign.
The month also features Uranus retrograding back into Aries, Mars moving into Pisces, Venus stationing direct in Libra, […]. The child, who was once cheerful and carefree, had become sad to the point of not wanting to get out of bed to go to school or do any of the other activities she loved.
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Moran took her daughter to their family doctor, who said there was nothing physically wrong. Moran has worked ever since to improve wait times for mental health services across Canada, particularly for youth. The job of the federal government is to make sure that provinces are focused on this because lives are at stake. As there are no national statistics on mental health services wait times, Global News asked every province and territory for data on wait times for mental health services over the last five years.
The results show significant disparities in tracking and access, with Canadians in some provinces put on wait lists for more than a year for certain mental health services, while others wait a few weeks or no time at all. Only a few jurisdictions could provide any data, which was mostly incomplete and for a limited timeframe. Most of the federal parties have made promises about improving mental health care, but details are scant. The Conservative Party has yet to release its full platform or make specific electoral promises on mental health. The previous Conservative government established the Mental Health Commission in , which supports the implementation of mental health policies at multiple levels of government.
Since there is no tracking of wait times for mental health services at the federal level, this is just a glimpse of the disparities in access and oversight across the country. The numbers provided are the estimated wait times for the past five fiscal years for community mental health services in Ontario funded by the province. Wait times data began to include wait times for eligibility, the wait from initial contact until the client was deemed eligible to enter the service, in From to present, wait times for a range of mental health services have mostly remained stagnant or have increased.
There was a day wait in for abuse services, defined as counselling and treatment support for people who have experienced violence or abuse, including family violence. Today, that wait time is 39 days with a four-day waiting period for eligibility. In , there was an average day wait for inpatient psychiatric services. While that number has decreased slightly this year to 77 days, there is still a day wait time to become eligible for the service. The longest wait times are for mental health support within housing units provided by a government health facility.
There was a day wait period for these services in , and that has gone up to days this year. The Ontario data also breaks down the wait times by region, something the data provided by the other provinces do not include. For instance, the Waterloo-Wellington region reported a day wait this year for case management and supportive counselling services to individuals with serious mental health conditions and their significant others.
Quebec could not provide any data, a health ministry spokesperson told Global News, because the information is decentralized. However, the province is working toward harmonizing the data to evaluate mental health services. Recent reports show that people in Quebec can wait more than a year for outpatient psychiatric care. Nunavut, home to around 38, people, has the highest suicide rate in Canada, and access to medical services in general is exacerbated by the vastness of the territory, which has dozens of fly-in communities.
This includes no wait times for a number of mental health services, including mental health nurses and the bed treatment centre in the capital, Iqaluit, but the centre is often at per cent capacity. Some of the longest wait times are for psychiatry visits: four weeks maximum in Iqaluit and three- to six-month wait times in other parts of the territory. But if patients in the communities need to be seen sooner, they can be flown to Iqaluit.
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