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Gary Lorentzen: A Life in Progress - The Secondary Progressed Lunation Cycle

Friday Lecture:

We are all born in a particular Sun/Moon phase with a specific angle or aspect between them. The prenatal New Moon tells us our genetic and/or karmic point of departure for our lives. But we are all a ‘work in progress.’ The Sun/Moon phase, aspect, sign and house positions tell us how, why, where and with what challenges we need to move through life. The Secondary Progressed Sun/Moon relationship shows us our personal progress and development as we mature and experience ourselves in the world.

In this lecture, Gary will outline the meaning of the progressed lunation cycle in its phases and aspects, and provide chart examples for the significance of the Secondary Progressed New Moon to Full Moon and back to New Moon in people’s lives.

Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Lecture ends around 9:30 p.m.
Location: 4312 SE Stark St, Portland 97215 (Friend's Meeting House)
$10 OAA members / $15 non-members

Gary's Bio:

Gary Lorentzen has been a practicing astrologer since 1972. He taught Astrology at the old Beltane Books and Metaphysical Center and the Astrology Center of the Northwest in Seattle in the 1970s and 1980s. He has been the president of both the Washington State and the Oregon Astrological Associations. He was on the Board of Directors for Kepler College for twelve years responsible for the development of the curriculum and instructional designs and negotiating with the Washington State Higher Education Coordinating Board for approval of Kepler’s B.A. in Astrological Studies. In 1995 Gary was selected to lecture on astrological education at the World Congress of Astrological Associations in Lucerne, Switzerland. In the last twenty-five years, Gary has focused mostly on Mundane and Astro-History, and has published numerous articles and an on-line book, “The Time of the Fishes: An Astrological Critique of the Piscean Age.” He has degrees in Buddhist Studies, History, German and a graduate degree in Medieval Germanic Linguistics.

Earlier Event: December 10
Annual OAA Holiday Party