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Welcome to AAStL

"...Astrology represents the summation of all the psychological knowledge of antiquity." - C.G. Jung

We gather on the second Sunday of each month from 2:00 to 5:00 pm (unless otherwise noted) at the Brentwood Community Center: 2505 South Brentwood Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63144. Click here for a map and directions.

Attendees may arrive anytime after 1:30pm for a half-hour of socializing before our monthly program begins at 2pm.

Visitors are welcome at our meetings.  A $5 donation is suggested.  If you are interested in becoming a member, please click here to review our Bylaws and Statement of Ethics.  Membership applications are available at our meetings. Annual membership is $25, due in June, and prorated after December.

You may contact us by email at AstrologyStL@gmail.com with any questions or suggestions for this Website. We invite you to our public page on Facebook for astrological updates and additional announcements. Our mailing address is AAStL, P.O. Box 31032, St. Louis MO 63131.


October 14th meeting topic...

AstroEarthing: A Healing Body, Mind, Spirit Reconnect to Mother Earth
When we connect with Earth's energy we receive healing, increasing energy and vitality. When we contact Earth through our mind, we experience natural creativity and spark new ideas. When we touch Mother Earth through our souls we feel safe. Come learn with Nikki Davenport how our astrological chart informs our Earthing experiences!

Bring along your birth chart. If you don’t have one, bring us your birth data (date, time, and place of birth) and we will provide you with a free chart.

November 11th meeting topic...

"The Bible of Astrology," Tetrabiblos, in Plain English
Ninety-nine percent of what we call Western astrology stems from one book, compiled by one man, about 150 years after Christ. The book is Tetrabiblos, preserved and studied through the ages as the ultimate “bible of astrology” for beginners and adepts. Whether we have read it or not, it has taught all the great medieval and Renaissance astrologers, and our teachers, and us, how to build a horoscope from the ground up, interpret it, and predict the future -- the book’s lifespan formula still causes controversy.

Because the English translations of the original Greek are so old and packed with intimidating footnotes, Catherine Rankovic translated Tetrabiblos into plain 21st-century English so it can serve as the comprehensive astrology textbook its author, Claudius Ptolemy, intended. The new Tetrabiblos will be published in autumn 2018 by the American Federation of Astrologers. This program is for beginners and seasoned astrologers. Questions? catherinerankovic@gmail.com

Bring along your birth chart. If you don’t have one, bring us your birth data (date, time, and place of birth) and we will provide you with a free chart.

December 9th meeting topic...

Holiday Party Pot Luck and Astrological Year-End Review of 2018
There will be an astrological 2018 year-end review by individuals recounting personal or general observations. Individuals can also volunteer how they got interested in astrology and what may have been aspecting their chart at the time.

Don’t forget to pick up your 2019 calendars, and remember to bring something yummy to share at the party!

Bring along your birth chart. If you don’t have one, bring us your birth data (date, time, and place of birth) and we will provide you with a free chart.

Other Midwest Astrological Organizations
Check out the ‘Sister Oranizations’ listed on our Links page for information on offerings from other astrology groups within driving distance of St. Louis. Carpooling may be available for special events.