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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, September 23
Susan Miller: “The Year Ahead 2018”

NCGR Boston will be kicking off the 2017-2018 season with an event for both astrologers and non-astrologers. If you have a friend who is interested in astrology but has been too shy to join us, this is the perfect event to get their feet wet as it’s geared toward beginners. We are offering a ‘bring a friend’ event for a flat price of $40. (Pre-registration for members is still $35.) The cost of admission represents a significant discount for non-members. Susan Miller will speak on the Year Ahead 2018 and will also give you insights on how astrology works. Beginners are encouraged to come!

Please join us for this presentation by Susan Miller: “The Year Ahead 2018”

If you are curious about the year to come, you won’t want to miss Susan’s lively lecture. If you are new to astrology, Susan’s clear communication style will keep you looped in at all times, and you will learn how astrology works as Susan goes along. Beginners are welcome.

Susan will cover the five eclipses of 2018 in Leo, Aquarius, and Cancer, and why they will be important to watch. She will also cover the monumental move of Saturn to Capricorn and Jupiter’s move to Scorpio, and how those changes are likely to touch you in your life.

There will be a special learning session for beginners, in October, presented by our NCGR chapter president Joyce Levine. We are looking to encourage newcomers to astrology and welcome them into our fold.

We can take cash or check at the door, or $40 can be sent via PayPal to NCGRBoston@gmail.com. Checks made out to NCGR Boston may also be mailed to 975 Massachusetts Ave Apt 305, Arlington MA 02476. Seats will sell out quickly, so please reserve your spot soon.

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Ceres & Pluto & The BP Oil Spill & This Summer’s Cardinal Climax by Joyce Levine

On August 24, 2006, astronomers upgraded Ceres to a dwarf planet and downgraded Pluto to a dwarf planet.  When a new planet is found (or in this case elevated), it generally signifies that major world changes are likely to come about. (Uranus heralded individual freedom and with it the American and French Revolutions; Pluto brought atomic […]

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A Universe Within by Mark Wolz

Consider the universe as a vibrant, pulsating field of energy. Stars radiate light, planets rotate and revolve through their cycles, asteroids shuttle around in their orbits, comets streak along their paths. Now look into an electron microscope: Every molecule is a field of energy; the atoms are clusters of neutrons, protons and electrons swirling about. […]

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Astrology and Relationships By Pat Taglilatelo

Can you relate to these scenarios?  You meet a potential love interest and immediately begin counting the ways your charts interact. “Your Moon makes a trine to my Ascendant; my Moon conjoins your Venus.  And your Ascendant forms a sextile to my Midheaven.” You look forward to getting to know this person better. Or perhaps […]

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