Goddess Weekend

Start date: September 29, 2018

End date: September 30, 2018

Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location: Oxford

Together with Christina Rodenbeck and Lynn Bell, Faye will be part of this weekend in Oxford. While Lynn will be discussing Vesta and Juno, and Christina Pallas, Faye will be covering her favourite goddess Ceres. Now that Ceres is on an equal footing with Pluto, should we use her in our work?

As well as a brief look at the astronomy, history and the myth of Ceres, Faye will look at four different faces of this goddess. By showing Ceres in mundane and individual work, she suggests meaning and themes that can be given to this archetype.

Four of the faces of Ceres

The Mother-in-law Ceres

A sign spotted in New Orleans the day before giving a lecture on this topic!

The Political Ceres

The cafe in the Chicago Board of Trade Building

The Suffragette Ceres

An early 20th century Irish Women’s Suffrage lapel pin

The Environmental Ceres

Using case studies and examples from the audience, (so bring your charts with Koch houses) we shall gain insight into what Ceres is asking of us now, both personally and in the world. What is coming into consciousness and how can we (also as astrologers) make use of her energies in today’s world?

For a taste of what’s in store you can listen to Vanessa Couto’s podcast – a conversation with Faye in  Ceres gets a promotion.

About the speaker

Faye Blake (formerly Cossar)

www.fayeblake.nl

New Zealand born Faye is founder of the Amsterdam School of Astrology in the Netherlands. As well as being an accomplished astrologer, she is also an inner-child and regression therapist, and a business consultant. She has spoken at the world’s major astrology conferences, in 2018, again at UAC. She teaches often in the Netherlands and London and can be seen online with her webinars and courses, recently through Kepler College, The Astrology University and MISPA. Her work on Ceres in astrology is considered ground-breaking, a write up of her lecture on epigenetics and health at the Astrological Association conference in 2017 was chosen by Astro.com as article of the month in early 2018. She holds an MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology and her book, Vocational Astrology: Finding the right career direction offers acclaimed expertise on career guidance and personal branding. The book From Here to There contains a chapter on her work in business using astrolocality.  She also wrote a chapter for the book ‘Transpersonal Astrology: Explorations at the Frontier’.  Her company provides corporate strategy and management advice using astrology.

Practical Information:

Time: September 29-30, 2018.

Place: Oxford, UK

To register and payment:  The Oxford Astrology Group

For more information:  Contact Faye