Saturday, January 26, 2019
Kepler College Online Seminar
1 pm to 2:30 pm Pacific Time
Topic: What IS a Synodic Cycle?
How often do they come about, what do they mean, and how important are they?
A synodic cycle is when two planets conjoin, starting an entirely new cycle involving those two specific planets. They can range from very quick cycles like the Jupiter/Mars cycle of 2.24 years or may take longer like the Uranus/Neptune conjunction which starts anew every 172+ years. In 2020, we have three new cycles – all in varying lengths occurring and returning — Saturn/Pluto (38 years); Jupiter/Pluto (13 years) and Jupiter/Saturn (20 years). Georgia Stathis will discuss these cycles, also the topic of her new book, Pushing through Time: Synodic Cycles and their Developing Phases. There is something for everyone – whether you are a beginner or an advanced student of astrology — you will take away some juicy tidbits in Georgia’s entertaining yet informative lecture. Let’s have some fun!
February 15-17th, 2019
Midwest School of Astrology
Friday 6:30-9:30pm, Saturday 8:30am-5:00pm, Sunday 9:00am-2:00pm
Workshop location: Midwest School of Astrology, 6507 Steward Road, Cincinnati, OH 45236
Email for registration information: email@example.com
Topic: A weekend series of lectures on the myths and signs of the zodiac.
February 23, 2019
NCGR Miami Workshop
Workshop location: Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Avenue, Carl DeSantis Building, 3rd Floor, Davie, FL 33314
Contact: Mimi Alonso at firstname.lastname@example.org
Topic: Zeroing In: Saturn/Pluto; Jupiter/Pluto; and Jupiter/Saturn and YOU!
All-Day Workshop with Georgia Stathis
In this lecture, she zeroes in on three synodic cycles: Saturn/Pluto, Jupiter/Pluto and Saturn/Jupiter, all due in 2020! How they play out in your past and present natal charts is discussed as well as the larger global perspective. Known for her fun, yet informative approach, Stathis’ approach provides a fresh look at these significant turning points in history.
Georgia’s written a new book, Pushing through Time: Synodic Cycles and their Developing Phases. This lecture covers some of her findings with larger global charts as well as individual charts. Using just three of the conjunctions covered in the book, but which are all coming to fruition in 2020, she zeroes in on how we can all best use these new cycles for the good and helps remediate some of the challenges we all face in the approach. Rarely is Georgia here and she looks forward to seeing you all again.
Sign up here: https://www.meetup.com/Astrologers/events/253182418/
April 6, 2019, 10 am to 1 pm
NCGR San Francisco
Lecture by Georgia Stathis
Topic: Forecasting Techniques including Synodic Cycles: Going Forward in 2020 – It is Better Than Going Backwards . . . It is Really Possible”
So many people are talking about the difficulties of these three major conjunctions in 2019. They are infrequent, and, perhaps, we just don’t understand them because of that, but they do offer new beginnings and new starts. This occurs after an older way of thinking or doing or being changes. 2019 is the transition year between these two. Come and hear the ‘good’ news and the possibilities offered by Saturn/Pluto, Jupiter/Pluto and Jupiter/Saturn in 2020. The material presented is from some of Georgia’s research in her newly released book: Pushing through Time: Synodic Cycles and their Developing Phases.
Early Bird Rate is $35 NCGR Members, $45 Non-Members, till midnight March 30.
From April 1 to April 6: $45 NCGR Members, $55 Non-Members
Location: Fort Mason, Landmark Bldg. C, Room 210
May 23 to May 27, 2019
NORWAC Conference in Seattle, WA
Friday, May 24, 2019 PRE Conference Workshop 10 am to 1 pm
Cycles of Fashion, Color and Design
$75 w/conference registration
$115 w/o conference registration
Like everything else there are historical cycles of fashion and design. Things do come back. Their structures may change slightly, but the basic colors, lines, moods are cyclically the same. Historical and contemporary fashions have threads of astrological DNA running through them constantly. Stathis, whose background not only includes Business Astrology, also has a strong background in costume and jewelry designer, watercolor with training in the theater and film. For the last 45 years of her practice, she has had her feet in both worlds, bringing some of her findings to the audience in this fun, fresh and fascinating workshop.
Saturday, May 25, 2019: 1030 am to 12 Noon
Turning the Wheel: A New Look at an old Technique
The natal chart is a treasure trove of juicy information that we often fail to see. Each house represents different people. Placing that house at the Ascendant position, gives an accurate overview of the current conditions of those persons. Like adjusting the lens of a telescope, turning the wheel, allows you to see things from a very different perspective that is fresh, clean and unencumbered. Georgia uses this technique in her work with individuals as well as business. (All)
Sunday, May 26, 2019, 2:30 pm to 3:45 pm
Bad Ass Delineation
You only have an hour or two. Your client needs to know something now. Preparing certain surefire techniques prior to their arrival is imperative. Can you tell them in a language they understand by giving them a currently active archetypal story? We walk back and forth between our right and left brains in delineation. Georgia Stathis’ 45 years of practice provides you with an arsenal of tools that provides your client with a positive perspective. (intermediate, advanced)
Hotel Accomodations: http://norwac.net/hotel/
Doubletree Suites Hotel, Tukwila, Washington
The conference hotel is located 15 minutes south of downtown Seattle, and is a short (free) shuttle ride from SeaTac Airport. We have a limited number of rooms at the discounted rate. Room availability cannot be guaranteed.
August 30 – September 3, 2019 (Labor Day weekend)
NCGR Conference: All Roads Lead to Baltimore
Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor Hotel
Beautiful late summer weather and a hotel right on the water!
Topic: The Upcoming Synodic Cycles
October 25 to 27, 2019
Mexico City, Mexico NCGR
Topics for the weekend:
Age Cycles: Saturn, Neptune, Uranus and Pluto: They all trigger their natal positions at certain ages. Stathis explores what to expect and what to share with your client.
The Myths in the Chart: Incorporating the myths, or, archetypes into the story of your client helps them understand their chart better. You can work either natally, or, with transits or other forecasting techniques.
A Conversation about Forecasting Techniques: There are so many possibilities, Ingresses, Antiscia, Eclipse and Nodal hits, Solar Arcs and Upcoming Synodic Cycles to name a few. This workshop is about identifying something when you don’t see anything and insights into what lens to use.
To register contact: email@example.com
Thursday, November 21, 2019, 7:30 to 9:30 pm
SFAS (San Francisco Astrological Society)
Location: Women’s Building, 3543 18th Street, #8, San Francisco, CA 94110
Take BART for easy access.
Topic: What do you “SEE” when you see a chart? An exploration of forecasting techniques
We all look at charts differently. This is because there are so many lenses through which to view a chart. There are even different systems like Tropical and Vedic. Georgia Stathis, a modern western astrologer, will go through some of the techniques she uses when looking at natal charts to pinpoint the issues at hand with the client. Some of the topics covered are ingresses, solar arcs and, of course, the upcoming Synodic Cycles, the topic of which is explored in depth in her new book, Pushing through Time. This is a lecture, in conversation style with the attendees, on how to pinpoint something when you are not always ‘seeing’ it in the chart.
Fee & Registration TBA
Georgia’s new book now available
30 Years of research!
20 Years of writing!
7 Years to distill the information!
“Pushing Through Time is full of interpretation gems that can only come from years of experience. It is both thoughtful and thought-provoking. I highly recommend it!”
Linea Van Horn, Certified Astrologer
Georgia Stathis has been a professional speaker since 1977. She is available to train or speak to your group or work as well as your organization becoming part of your conference speaking program.
A former member of Toastmasters International and National Speakers Association, she entertains while remaining informative. Her speaking style is easy, dynamic, and humorous while conveying solid messages of hope and posing positive opportunities for the future and the cycles of those opportunities.
This website presents just a few of her many lectures throughout the years available in either MP3 format or CD. She is also available to travel to your organization and depending on distance and amount of time required, the fees are negotiable. Please contact her by writing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.