In episode 222 astrologers Chris Brennan and Leisa Schaim lead a discussion about annual profections with a local astrology group, and take example charts from the audience to demonstrate how the timing technique works in practice.
This episode is a recording of a meeting of the Denver Astrology Group that took place at the Mercury Cafe in downtown Denver, Colorado on Saturday, September 14, 2019, starting just after 3:00 PM.
This is a followup to episode 153 of The Astrology Podcast where Chris gave an introductory lecture on the annual profections timing technique.
This episode begins with a brief introduction to annual profections and review of some of the basic principles of the technique, and then we quickly transitioned into asking audience members to look through their own chronology and see if they could find any good examples that demonstrated the technique in their own lives.
In the end we had seven different audience members share their birth charts and talk about specific years in their life, explaining how the technique correlated with their lived experience.
This style of discussion can be important because sometimes it is only by talking to a person directly about their life and asking them questions that you can get a full sense of exactly how the techniques of astrology work out in practice.
This episode is available in both audio and video versions below.
Annual Profections Handouts
Here are the printable handouts given to the audience for this episode:
All three of these are printable PDF files that you can download.
Audience Chart Examples
For listeners of the audio version, here are the seven chart examples that were shared by audience members in this episode, in the order in which they appeared in the discussion:
Each chart is cast using whole sign houses, the tropical zodiac, and the traditional rulership scheme.
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