Introduction to Astro-Mythology

Introduction to Astro-Mythology

The Greco-Roman gods are our foundation for understanding the Olympian gods and goddesses, the basis of our astrology.

Enhance your understanding of the archetypes underpinning astrological symbolism, with an exploration of these mythological characters and narratives.

Instructor: Inga Thornell
H102 (5 weeks) – Spring 2023-24
Class begins May 12, 2024
Advance pricing ends April 28, 2024

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Instructor: Inga Thornell
Day: Sunday, beginning May 12
Time: 9:00 – 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Course Length: 5 weeks – all live sessions are recorded

 


 

The Greco-Roman gods are our foundation for understanding the Olympian gods and goddesses, the basis of our astrology.

This five-week course will focus on individual gods — their attributes, spheres of influence, and their interactions with each other and with human beings—to develop an understanding of the origins of the astrological keywords and meanings we rely on for interpretation.

The links between mythology and astrology are deeper than just the names of the gods and the signs. Knowing more about our heritage and our antecedents can deepen not only our appreciation but also the practice of our astrological art and science.

Required Text:

Morford, Mark P.O., & Robert J. Lenardon. Classical Mythology (edition 7 or later). Oxford University Press.

Recommended:  

Graves, Robert. Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology. Smithmark Publications.

Greene, Liz. The Astrology of Fate. Weiser Books.

Guttman, Ariel, & Kenneth Johnson. Mythic Astrology: Internalizing the Planetary Powers. Echo Point.

Waterfield, Robin, & Kathryn Waterfield. The Greek Myths: Stories of the Greek Gods and Heroes Vividly Retold. Quercus Publishing.

Barber, Elizabeth Wayland, & Paul T. Barber. When They Severed Earth from Sky: How the Human Mind Shapes Myth. Princeton University Press.

Hamilton, Edith. Mythology: Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes. Grand Central Publishing.

Pre-requisites:

None

 


 

View Inga’s bio here

 

Registration closes at 7:00am on Wednesday May 15th, 2024

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