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Rectification Basics Lab: a Practicum

6 Class Meetings
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: a passing grade in Rectification Basics, or having audited it.

Course Description:

Having discussed rectification theories and best practices in Rectification Basics, we'll put them into practice in this lab. Preferably by Christmas and definitely by Jan. 1st, if you register for the Lab and you have a chart you want to rectify (anonymously), please email me: * a pseudonym for the person, not his or her real name (unless it's you and you don't mind our knowing that) * the birth data, * the possible time frame of the birth (not longer than six hours, unless it fits one of the exceptions to that time frame), * a list of at least two dozen important events in that person's life, with their dates stated as accurately as possible. You can disguise the events a bit, but please leave the dates untouched unless you clarify them, and please leave the astrological nature of the event clear. For example, make sure we know that it's, say, a relationship event and whether it was good, difficult, sudden, etc. Make sure that we know that this set of birthdays or death dates is for parents or grandparents or siblings or kids, rather than just saying it's for "relatives," and that another set is significant others who aren't relatives. It's also good to know if those relationships were easy or difficult. * if some dates need clarification, please ask for it from the person and edit it into the event list before you email it to me, if at all possible. * if all the person remembers is the year of an event, that can still be helpful when we look at solar arcs. * it's very helpful to know if a change of address was significant, or if it just involved something like moving across town but with no major emotional charge to the move. Moving across town because the person's house was foreclosed on or burned down *does* have an emotional charge. * Photos -- use your judgment about whether they might interfere with someone's confidentiality. If we're working on your own chart and you don't mind sending photos of yourself at different ages, or if you're working on a friend's chart who doesn't mind if the class sees his or her photos, then pictures can often be helpful and interesting. It can also be telling what photos you are *not* sent: no photos from the second marriage may say something about that marriage. No photos of one of the children may say something about the person's relationship with that kid, etc. * If you don't have a chart that you want to rectify, please don't worry about it--there will probably be more than enough charts for us to work on.

Syllabus:
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Required materials:

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Class Offerings and Registration:
1 class offering is currently scheduled for this course.

Meets: Saturday, 12:00 pm - 01:30 pm, U.S. Eastern
First class date: January 11, 2020
Instructor: Jodie J. Forrest
Tuition: $249.00

Final registration: Closes on January 18, 2020

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