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Working with Families: A New Program with Kepler College

Posted on Mar 30, 2019 in Events | 0 comments

Practical guidance for astrologers working with their own and clients’ family issues: parents, children, siblings, or extended relations. DATE: Begins April 22, 2019 (5 weeks) WEEKLY MEETING TIME: 5:00 –...

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Joseph Crane Astrology Consultations

Posted on Sep 27, 2018 in Featured | 0 comments

I provide an array of astrological consulting services, including full natal sessions or a series of sessions that explores personal and life issues in depth. I also provide horary and electional astrology for specific situations.

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Event: The Recurring and Evolving Soul in Astrology

Posted on Jun 15, 2016 in Events, Featured, Uncategorized | 0 comments

My next course for Kepler College, a discerning look at the trends of spiritual astrology since the theosophical movements, begins Thursday April 27. Put it on your calendar!

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Mary Ann Evans (a.k.a. George Eliot) and the Harvest of Experience

Posted on May 19, 2019 in Articles & Profiles, Featured, Profiles | 0 comments

This is the first of two presentations of literary masters from the nineteenth century whose bicentennials are this year. Eliot’s work displays moral vision with a keen sense of the drama of ordinary life.

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Jackie (and Rachel) Robinson: It Takes a Village

Posted on Mar 30, 2019 in Articles & Profiles, Featured, Profiles | 1 comment

This winter was the hundredth anniversary of Robinson’s birth. We look at made for a civil rights champion seventy years ago.

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Summer Program 2019: Astrology and Human Excellence

Posted on Feb 1, 2019 in Events | 0 comments

We imagine ourselves having more of certain qualities, because that’s part of...

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A Brave New Look at Astrology and Numbers: A Book Review

Posted on Jan 30, 2019 in Book Reviews | 0 comments

Joe Landwehr’s Astrology and the Archetypal Power of Numbers Part I: A...

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Pablo Casals: Musician and Activist

Posted on Jan 6, 2019 in Articles & Profiles, Featured, Profiles | 0 comments

Pablo Casals was from an early age a renowned cellist, then a conductor and composer. He is famous for his discovery and performances of Bach’s Unaccompanied Cello Suites. He was from Catalan area of present-day Spain, and he lived during tumultuous times, particularly the Spanish Civil War and its aftermath. He opposed the right-wing campaign and government of Francisco Franco to his dying breath.

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