The San Francisco chapter of the National Council for Geocosmic Research, Inc. (NCGR), is working with the San Francisco Astrological Society and the Association For Astrological Networking (AFAN) to put on International Astrology Day 2013 – a one-day conference on March 16th – with a March 17th Post-Conference workshop headed up by renowned and respected astrologer, Lynn Bell.
From the NCGR website:
International Astrology Day (IAD) is an annual observance/holiday celebrated by astrologers and astrology enthusiasts. It is held on the spring equinox, the day the Sun enters Aries, which is the first sign of the Tropical Zodiac, and has long been considered the astrological new year. In observance of IAD the Association For Astrological Networking (AFAN) co-ordinates astrological lectures and events around the world. A portion of the proceeds from the IAD – San Francisco event will be donated to AFAN.
In this astrologer’s opinion, it should be one heckuva conference!
- The Moon and Mars are in Aries (although the Moon is moving into Taurus imminently).
- The moon is Void of Course.
- We are still in Mercury Retrograde.
Sounds like an Astrological Mardis Gras!
This being said, the Madame’ of Ceremonies, Lynn Bell, should be able to corral the conference-goers at the Post-Conference workshop, and mesmerize them with her astrological acumen.
Lynn Bell is a Paris-based astrologer whose work spans multiple cultures as a speaker, teacher, author and consultant in astrology. She has been a featured presenter at all the major astrology conferences in the world, and is on the faculty of the Centre for Psychological Astrology in London. Lynn’s work combines psychological and spiritual perspectives. Her interest in working with familial patterns emerged from work with clients, as well as her own experience. Her 1998 book on planetary patterns in families, Planetary Threads, will be re-published in 2013. Cycles of Light, her book on solar returns, was published in 2005. She is also one of the co-authors of the Mars Quartet, and numerous journal and magazine articles. Outside the world of astrology, she has often collaborated with Caroline Myss, and has been part of the faculty of the New Chartres School in Chartres, France.
Visit Bell’s website to learn more about her, and the body of astrological work she has contributed.