NEWS & EVENTS > Archive: February 2021

Mundane Astrology and The Long Cycles - Bryan Trussler

This is for budding buddhas who have been studying astrology for a few years. You know your way around, so why should it still take three hours to  analyse a chart? This course is about doing more with less, about exploiting quirky imbalances at an atomic level and pursuing them, about clearing out the noise and focusing on what matters, about how to get maximum mileage out of the foundational stones of the chart when time is critical.


Phone: 519.576.6333

Length Eight sessions,

Cost: $300.

Venue: Kitchener, ON, or via Skype

Schedule: not yet set — please contact Bryan

An Astrologers View of Covid 19 - Melanie Joy

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CAAE 2021 Lectures

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We're excited to share our new monthly online series!

CAAE Lectures for 2021


When Structure Meets Chaos: Navigating the Saturn-Uranus Square

In mythology, Saturn and Uranus were ancient gods in conflict. How can this myth inform the challenges we individually and collectively face in 2021 as reflected by the upcoming squares between Saturn in Aquarius and Uranus in Taurus? Can we bring order to the chaos that has infected the world? Zoom in to learn about the Saturn-Uranus planetary cycle historically, and strategies for managing unstable circumstances. Learn more.

Presented by Michael Barwick

Sunday, January 24, 2021 at 2 - 4 pm EDT online via Zoom

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Time: The Moving Image of Eternity

There is a past and a future in every present moment marked on the path of every celestial orbit. But, as astrologers, do we consider the mysteries of time enough? Have we sufficiently contemplated the intricacies of time to hold our own views on prediction, predictive techniques, ageing and recurrence? In this webinar, using reflection, exercises and conversation, we will consider temporal and eternal time, returns and beginnings in the context of astrological passages. Come and be enlightened. Learn more.

Presented by Brian Clark

Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 7 - 9 pm EDT online via Zoom

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Our Special Guest Lecturers

Michael Barwick

Michael Barwick is a professional astrologer with over 30 years of experience. He maintains a practice in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and is an international speaker and teacher. In addition to maintaining two blogs, Michael specializes in providing readings that employ both modern and classical astrological techniques to help empower clients to make more creative and conscious choices in their lives. Learn more about Michael here.


Brian Clark

Brian has been an astrological student, consultant and educator for most of his adult life. Creator of the Astro*Synthesis distance learning program, Brian was honoured with lifetime memberships of the professional state and national Australian astrological associations for his contributions to astrology. His new book Astrological Time: Season of the Soul will be released in 2021. Learn more about Brian here.

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Last edit on February 22, 2021 by Catherine Preston

CAAE Expresses Our Deepest Sympathy


Joan Gibbins

May 13, 1932 - Jan 15, 2021

We are so sorry to share that Joan Gibbins, founding member of the Canadian Association for Astrological Education (CAAE), passed away January 15, 2021.

Along with Elaine Pond, Joan founded the CAAE, an organization established in 1993 to provide a structure for the study of astrology by providing courses and examinations.

Originally from the small town of Mcadam in New Brunswick, Joan came to Toronto where she and her husband, Ralph, raised three sons and where Joan pursued a career in psychiatric nursing. With her interest in sports, Joan was also an active volunteer for many years with Tennis Canada.

Joan began her astrological studies over 40 years ago at the Institute for Astrological Studies in Toronto, under Elizabeth Tessier. Immediately after graduating from there, she moved into teaching and sharing her knowledge for her passion, astrology.

Joan’s determination and drive plus vision of setting up a Canadian educational organization back in 1993 has been the backbone and starting point for many astrology students and professional astrologers alike.

Our astrological community has suffered a great loss. We all will be forever grateful for Joan’s contribution to Canadian astrology.