STA Horary Conversion Course for Lee’s Students

This class is how Lee’s students can also learn the School of Traditional Horary material that was not in Lee’s courses, and then receive the STA Horary Practitioners Diploma. There will be several versions of this courses targeted to the intensity of the horary training that Lee has given. This first course will be open to Lee’s students from the following classes:
  • CSH graduates
  • Kepler College academic program 322 students
  • Avalon School students who completed the horary assignments
  • 2013 Master Class students
  • Atlanta group
  • Boston group
  • San Francisco group
  • Amsterdam group
  • Avalon horary course students

The course will be approximately twelve hours of online video instruction that you can watch at your leisure over six weeks.¬† You will receive¬† the STA Practitioner’s Level Course Notes that every STA student receives.¬† We will also use Lee’s workbook, Learning Classical Horary Astrology. These two references together provide you with an unprecedented amount of material which, combined with Lee’s book, Martial Art of Horary Astrology, should move you well along in your horary studies, regardless of your current level.

The twelve hours of online instruction will cover those portions of the STA course that do not overlap with Lee’s typical horary teaching, and also allow for some review time as well. At the end of the source, you will receive your STA Diploma.

This course is based on a live weekend in August 2017. If you sign up for it now, you will be required to take several quizzes to demonstrate comprehension, and will then be eligible for your STA certificate.

Cost: $250

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How similar are the CSH and STA horary courses?

The courses are about a 60-70% overlap in content with a 95% agreement in method. What this means is: Deborah Houlding and I took different approaches to setting up the course. We have emphasized somewhat different information as the “theory” part of the instruction. But once we get round to interpreting charts, there are few disagreements, although there are occasional differences of emphasis. And this should not be a surprise, because we really do share a lineage through Olivia Barclay.