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Sunday Workshop: Georgia Stathis, October 24th 11 – 4 ET "The Dance of the Myths especially Uranus"

Sunday Workshop: October 24th 11 AM – 4 PM ET Online Zoom

The Dance of the Myths especially Uranus: The Cosmic Messenger

In this workshop, Georgia Stathis discusses a few of the stories that pertain to some of the primary

planets and how they act out or dance in the horoscope. She shares some of the stories she uses

particularly for the harder transits. The primary focus of the workshop is on how Uranus involves

itself. Uranus has many faces. It acts and reacts positively when supported. It acts out I chaotic or

revolutionary ways when not supported as well. By befriending the energies of Uranus, more

opportunities present themselves to individuals even though some disruption may occur prior to

change. The discussion includes some of the synodic cycles that include Uranus and how those

combinations enhance or break down structures. A few historical references will be included in this

portion of the workshop.

Georgia Stathis specializes in business and natal astrology with a strong background in investment and

real estate. Author of Business Astrology 101, (2019’s)Pushing through Time: Synodic Cycles and their

Developing Phases along with the annual Starcycles Cheat Sheet is a contributor to various journals like

the FAA Journal, NCGR Journal, ANS, to name a few. She is one of the contributors to the 2016 OPA

book, The Professional Astrologer. She taught the undergraduate program at Kepler College and teaches online for Mayo School of Astrology, Breaking Down the Borders, and

Astro Summit, NCGR, OPA, and presents at various conferences like ISAR, UAC, NORWAC, and NCGR.

Stathis was one of the team professors at Kepler College when it offered the Undergraduate program

between 2001 and 2008. She has been a professional astrologer since 1977.

She is chairman of the newly formed Alexandria iBase Project, preserving astrological literature for our

peers for the future, a 501 C3 non-profit foundaTon



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