Past Meeting May 19

Speaker:  Alison Chester-Lambert

Topic:  The Dwarf Planets – Five More Plutos  

Coco's Restaurant:      18355 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana
6:00-7:30 pm - Eat, Visit, and Talk Astrology
         7:30 pm - Speaker

Alison has broadcasted regularly on BBC radio (see right for latest) and writes horoscopes and articles for several glossy magazines. She has her own column in the Astrological Journal and her own live internet radio show. Alison is currently taking a Masters degree in cultural astronomy and astrology and has had 2 books published.

For the first time, the new planetary discoveries were given names outside of the Roman pantheon and the resulting re-classification of the Solar System provides a richer understanding of Pluto. But that’s just the beginning – there is so much more in this talk that will astound you. For Pluto’s comrades have a clear definition and a whole new world to represent.  

This talk will give a general overview of the Kuiper Belt and it’s connection to the Asteroid Belt, plus Ceres, Pluto, Charon, Haumea, Makemake and Eris in an effort to shed some light on the issues for the Collective in the future. It will help if you can read Alison’s book about these planets before you come, since she will be covering new material and insights and you may like to know something about the Dwarf planets first.

John Green, editor of the U.K.’s Astrological Journal, likened the “profound insight” in her book to that of Melanie Reinhart’s `Chiron`.  Dell Horoscopes magazine said “The Future in the Stars is destined to be a classic, since it represents astrology at its best.” 

Alison is an author, astrological researcher, consulting astrologer and proprietor of the Midlands School of Astrology.  She broadcasts on BBC radio and writes a regular column in the U.K.’s Astrological Journal plus horoscopes for various magazines. She is highly regarded for her ground breaking fusion of mainstream science and extensive astrological knowledge.  Alison is currently undertaking a Masters Degree in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology at the University of Wales. See more at: 

Alison was here in California for a few evenings in California from Great Britain. See her entire tour schedule for California here:

So kick up your heels and join us for an evening of esoteric fun, spontaneous predictions, and enjoyable enlightenments.

Chapter member dues of $15.00 a year are due.  This does not apply to NCGR members, who pay $55 a year. The advantage of NCGR membership is receipt of NCGR publications. Dues are used to pay our speakers and maintain our mailing list, and pay our chapter expenses.

If anyone has suggestions for speakers or activities, feel free to call any of our officers.

Coco's Restaurant: 18355 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana
6:00-7:30 pm - Eat, Visit, and Talk Astrology
7:30 pm - Speaker
Members: $2 Visitors: $5

* Note:  Jack would like to raise the member fee to $3 or even $4 per person
so we could more generously compensate our speakers.

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