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The National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR) is a non-profit member organization that supports education and research exploring the relationship between cosmic patterns, earthly events and human affairs. We have the most active and accomplished astrological education system in the country. The Boston Chapter is the second largest NCGR chapter, with approximately 250 members. We meet approximately once a month on Saturday afternoons from September to May. Our workshops are dedicated to increasing astrological knowledge and to providing a sense of community for those interested in astrology. All who are interested are welcome.

Saturday, April 1, 2017
Ronnie Gale Dreyer

Indian astrology is known for its predictive techniques, namely the Vimshottari Dasha System, where
one’s life is divided into planetary periods. Along with transits to the birth chart through the houses and activating planets, these two techniques will give you the tools you need to make accurate predictions.
We will especially look at the double transit of Jupiter and Saturn, to pinpoint which areas of the chart will be activated in a given year. What is even better is that you do not need to know Indian astrology in order to learn about Dashas. All you need to get the most out of this lecture is a basic understanding of how astrology works, and an open and curious mind. Lots of case studies will be looked at.



Michael Lutin‘s video about the NCGR 2017 conference

Don’t miss Michael Lutin‘s short video about the NCGR 2017 conference.


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