The Casual Astrology Podcast

The Casual Astrology PodcastThe Casual Astrology Podcast is a monthly podcast that is available to patrons of The Astrology Podcast who support the show on the $10 tier through our page on Patreon.

This series features bonus episodes and exclusive discussions that are only available to supporters, as a benefit for those who help to support the production of the show.

There is at least one episode of the Casual Astrology Podcast that is released each month, and each episode is around an hour long.

Episodes sometimes consist of monologues by Chris Brennan, discussing recent research, work that he is doing in the field of astrology, or extended commentary on recent episodes of The Astrology Podcast, while other times episodes feature casual discussions or interviews with other astrologers about miscellaneous astrological topics.

Get Access to The Casual Astrology Podcast

In order to get access to The Casual Astrology Podcast all you have to do is sign up to become a patron of The Astrology Podcast through our page on Patreon on the $10 tier:

Being a patron on the $10 tier means that you pledge to donate $10 each time I produce one standard episode of The Astrology Podcast, and since there are always four episodes a month, that results in a $40 contribution each month.

In exchange you get access to bonus episodes like The Casual Astrology Podcast, as well as early access to new episodes, high quality versions, the ability to attend live recordings of the monthly forecast episodes, and other benefits that are listed on our Patreon page.

Episodes of the Podcast

Here is a list of all of the episodes of the Casual Astrology Podcast that have been released so far, with links to where you can find them on our page on Patreon.

In order to unlock the posts you must sign up to become a patron on the $10 tier.

You can also see all of the episodes at a glance via the Casual Astrology Podcast tag.

  1. First Episode of the Casual Astrology Podcast
  2. Consultation Complications and Vocational Uncertainty
  3. Similarities Between Hellenistic and Indian Astrology
  4. Are the Astrological Organizations Insular or Outdated?
  5. Adam Elenbaas on Traveling to to India for a Conference
  6. Glenn Perry Sidereal Zodiac Lecture Commentary
  7. Talking with Sam Reynolds about Community Issues