Meeting October 18th 2012

Speaker: Sheldon Rosner

Topic: The Uranus-Pluto Square
Effect on the Economy, the Presidential Election, and World Events

Coco's Restaurant   
18355 Ventura Blvd, Tarzana (near Reseda Blvd)

6:00-7:00 pm - Social Gathering
7:00 pm - Speaker
Members: $3 Visitors: $5

Sheldon will give us an overview of the momentous Uranus-Pluto square and its worldwide and personal effects. Uranus square Pluto has seven occurrences from June 2012 until March 2015. The last Uranus-Pluto square occurred in the 1930's. The Great Depression was brought to us courtesy of this aspect. It caused massive financial meltdown, as well as massive social, economic and political changes.

Sheldon began his study of astrology in high school, after earning his AA degree, he studied at the Academy of Atlantis, the Carroll Righter Institute, and went on to study with more teachers. Sheldon had a nationally broadcast show on cable radio network from 1996 to 2003. He self-published the book “Your Place in the Universe. He has been teaching private classes, and participated in a panel discussion at our chapter.

Sheldon has been a guest on the Playboy Channel, Blind Date, and debated Penn & Teller (An anti-astrology television DVD). Sheldon has written columns for several publications, including regular astrological forecasts. He has a large astrological consulting practice.

Everybody is asked to come as close to 6:00 PM as possible, as we must vacate the room by 9:30 PM.

Note: We wish to thank our “Hostess with the Mostest” Angel Thompson for inviting us to her home for a wonderful party, and to thank our friends and chapter members for coming on short notice to contribute so much friendship and conviviality.  It was a great time. Thanks Angel!

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

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