Prerequisites: DPL-7 Classical Medical Astrology I
This course is open to the general public. This course is one of the electives an IAA Diploma Program student can choose to take to graduate. It can be taken in any order after the completion of NAT-7. If you are not an IAA Diploma Program student, you may also audit this course (no homework, no exams, no credit) at a lesser price
Course Objectives: This is the second 6-meeting part of the Classical Medical Astrology course.
The purpose of this class is to introduce students to medical astrological principles and techniques. The goal is to instill within students the ability to utilize these techniques and theories in a variety of contexts or applications that increase awareness of the relationship between the body and astrology. This is a 12-week course divided into two 6-week sections. The first section focused on the basics of the Greek medical system and the unification of astrology and herbalism. This second section covers more high level techniques and decumbiture chart analysis.
Classes are held weekly.
Class Meeting 1: Week 7: Decumbitures
Class Meeting 2: Week 8: Critical Days Theory
Class Meeting 3: Week 9: Natal Health and Timing
Class Meeting 4: Week 10: Magic and Medicine
Class Meeting 5: Week 11: Decumbitures II
Class Meeting 6: Week 12: Finals