South African astrologer and Sangoma Rod Suskin interviews Alex Trenoweth about her research on astrology and education. They talk about the cycles of Jupiter and Saturn and the tragedy that motivates Alex to continue to teach adolescents despite the obstacles. Alex’s research offers a unique way of using astrology and engaging with sceptics. She explains why she continues to teach despite a hectic travelling schedule. Alex also talks about the perceptions of astrologers that she encounters in the field of education
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Rod Suskin is a popular TV host based in Cape Town with over 30,000 weekly viewers. His astrology is grounded firmly in the tradition and ancient principles but contextualized in the modern world with the modern practice of astrology. He teaches astrology in a three-year Diploma course at the online Rod Suskin School of Astrology. Both his course and his consultations are widely sought after. His work is well known internationally in his field.
Written information about Alex’s research can be found here:
This paper was the result of a research grant from the American Federation of Astrologers in 2015. It was published in the AFA’s journal. It was further developed for the Institute of Vedic Culture’s conference magazine, Constellation News which is now featured on astro.com. The article later featured in National Council for Geocosmic Research‘s magazine Syzygy and the Astrological Association of Great Britain’s highly respected Correlation.
This article describes the key stages of child child development as mapped out by Jupiter and Saturn
Alex is passionate schoolteacher who fully credits astrology for keeping her in a career that most people leave in 5 years.
This paper for Organisation for Professional Astrology explains how Alex collated her data and describes the inspiration behind the research.
The video presentation of Alex’s research in Kolkata India can be found here.
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