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The Ascendant Volume II

The Ascendant is the official journal of the Association for Young Astrologers. You can purchase a copy of this journal by […]

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  • Call for Submissions!

    Happy Summer, all you hot, young astros! (#hotyoungastro) We are now accepting submissions for the third issue of The Ascendant, the […]

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  • Astrology and the Imagination in 1910

    “The most wondrous world system ever conceived by the imagination is that of astrology.” —Count Hermann Keyserling1   In 1910, […]

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  • Op-Ed: A Reflection on Disability in Astrology

    by Michael MacLafferty DISABILITY IS A THEME that appears in astrology usually in reference to a hardship or mishap. For […]

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  • The Ascendant Volume II

    The Ascendant is the official journal of the Association for Young Astrologers. You can purchase a copy of this journal by […]

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The Association for Young Astrologers (AYA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational and networking opportunities for those interested in astrology, with a focus on young people, those new to the field, and aspiring professionals.

Our mission is to ensure the continuity of the astrological tradition across generations. To this end we support aspiring astrologers and offer a social networking community where they can learn, be inspired and connect with both peers and mentors. We also publish a yearly journal, offer members access to free educational resources, scholarships to astrology conferences, and more!

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Intro to Predicting with Progressions

By Kelly Surtees

We are so pleased to provide a lecture by the wonderful Kelly Surtees! Become a member and get access to these fantastic learning materials. Included in this download: 'Intro to Predicting with (Secondary) Progressions'. Learn how to track progressions in the chart and build a foundation for understanding how to work with them in your chart readings.

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