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F.I.T. - Fashion Institute of Technology
'A' Building - 8th Floor
West 27th Street at 8th Avenue
A Helping Profession
How can we use Astrology to help others?
How can we use Astrology to help ourselves?
How do we have to help ourselves in order to help others?
How does Astrology help us in these stressful times?
This coming weekend, MONTY TAYLOR will be a guest speaker at the two-day
ANNUAL EDUCATION CONFERENCE of the National Council for Geocosmic
Research (or NCGR) New York City, the esteemed national organization of professional
astrologers that supports education and research, exploring the relationship between
cosmic patterns, earthly events and human affairs.
He will be speaking on Saturday, November 19, 2011, from 5:15–6:30 p.m. on the
subject, “The Houses of the Horoscopes,” how the relationship of the houses to each
other in the natal chart is essential to achieve balance in the interpretation of the
planetary movements and how the houses provide the key to effective action and
adjustment under transits.
The two-day conference on ASTROLOGY: A HELPING PROFESSION will offer
nearly 40 speakers and lectures on a wide range of subjects, based on the premise of how
to use astrology to help others and ourselves (in order to help others) as well as how
astrology helps us in these stressful times.
The conference is open to both members and non-members and will be held at the
Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T.) — “A” Building, West 27th Street at 8th Avenue,
8th Floor — on Saturday and Sunday, November 11 & 12, 2011.
Registration at the door for Members: Two Days—$115, One Day—$95; for NonMembers: Two Days—$170, One Day—$150.
For more information, go to, where you can download a full
conference schedule (