How is the course structured?
You must have completed either the Beginner or Preparatory course prior to enrolling on the Advanced course. Additionally, you may only move on to subsequent modules once previous modules are complete (e.g. Module 1 > Module 2 > Module 3).
Students are prohibited from practising professionally until they’ve gained the diploma and signed the school’s Code of Practice.
Note: This does not apply if you already hold a diploma-level qualification from another school.
Our first module consists of lessons in the various facets of delineation to prepare the student for practical work on horoscopes. It also features a number of interesting real-life case histories.
- Introduction to the Seven Rays
- The Seven Rays (2): basic descriptions; observing them in action in everyday life.
- The Seven Rays (3): their operation at the different levels of consciousness
- Zodiacal subdivisions; the importance of house cusps; analysis of the charts of twins – how are the differences shown?
- Aspect patterns (1): conjunctions and satellitia
- Aspect patterns (2): oppositions, squares and grand crosses
- Aspect patterns (3): grand trines
- The Moon’s nodes
- The importance of the houses; vocational guidance, health and relationships; finding the talents and abilities in the horoscope
- The complete birth chart; putting together a delineation including analysis at deeper levels
The second module deals with the various methods of prognostication.
11. The progressed horoscope (1): the Arabian ‘day for a year’ method, progressed and converse; finding adjusted calculation dates; charting and calculating progressed and converse secondary directions; the progressed angles
12. The progressed horoscope (2): interpreting the major progressions
13. The progressed horoscope (3): transits; eclipses and new moons
14. The progressed horoscope (4): the cycles of the Moon
15. The progressed horoscope (5): the lunar aspects
16. Symbolic directions
17. Solar returns
18. Rectification: the problem of the unknown birth time
The third module introduces other astrological techniques and tackles ethical issues. As with our other two courses, the emphasis is on the spiritual interpretation of the horoscope, the life path and lessons as shown in it and how these apply to practical life and problems.
20. Synastry: chart interactions and comparisons; looking at relationships using synastry; composite charts
23. Draconic astrology
24. The major asteroids; the fixed stars
25. An introduction to horary astrology
26. The astrological consultation
27. The written horoscope
28. Finding one’s ‘path of light’: astrology, meditation and intuition