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Lockdown Learning With Jupiter

Lockdown Learning With Jupiter

Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to host my good friends Sonal Sachdeva, Sol Jonassen and Mychal Bryan for a panel discussion on Lockdown Learning With Jupiter with the Cosmic Intelligence Agency. We talked about astrology and learning styles, especially for the benefit of parents who are having to home educate their children during lockdown.

Sonal Sachdeva at Watkin’s Books with me on the screen during transmission

Each panelist had a particular way of using astrology to help their clients. Sol, a healer as well as an astrologer, spoke about the esoteric nature of Jupiter. Mychal spoke about his experiences with Jupiter in Virgo and how he fits in the astrology world as a young astrologer. Sonal took us on a tour of Watkin’s Books where she works as a Jyotish (Vedic astrologer). I loved talking to the panel about how they learn. I learned a lot from each of them.

A quick commercial break

Before we go any further, please follow me on social media. I’m active on Facebook, Twitter, youtube, Linkedin and and Instagram. If you’d like to have a chart reading, please make an appointment via my products page. My book “Growing Pains” is also available for purchase here. Even though we’re locked down, there are still plenty of online astrological events happening. You can check out my schedule here. For you students, I have a FREE mini course on Midpoints and Harmonics. Subscribe to my newsletter if you would like to learn more about astrology from a fully qualified professional. And I also have a helpful mnemonic device for the Nakshatras. I update my website with new articles on Monday and Saturdays–and whenever I feel like it.

I work extensively with parents and adolescents (as well as younger children). As a professional teacher, I have full police clearance and ample experience in safeguarding and child protection training. Please note, as I point out in the article, I do not consult with unsupervised under-18s on any platform.

If you would like to know more about this topic, I recently gave a master class for the Mercury Internet School of Astrology (online CPA). I am also giving a class for Kepler College and also teaching a full course on working with the charts of adolescents starting in September. 

Keep an eye out for my astrology Adolescent Report aimed at young people taking their first steps in astrology.

Adolescent Astrology Report

Back to Lockdown Learning

Children are taught by year group. Astrologically, this means that each year group has its own signature with Jupiter and Saturn. I went through each of the Jupiter signs, explaining how Jupiter worked. The panellists spoke about their own Jupiter sign and how it helped them with their learning. In future broadcasts, I’ll be covering the role of Saturn.


Oh! One last thing!! This was broadcast via Facebook Live. I had never done Facebook Live and to say it was a bit of learning curve is an understatement! We were a bit late as I fumbled at the controls. And, please forgive me for the background being back to front!!

Alex Trenoweth
Alex Trenoweth
Alex Trenoweth, MA, DFAstrolS is an astrologer, teacher and author of "Growing Pains", "The Wolf You Feed" and the soon-to-be-released "Mirror Mirror" by The Wessex Astrologer. She travels across the globe lecturing on the topic of Astrology and Education. In 2015, she was voted "Best International Astrologer" for her innovative research on astrology and adolescence. Her work has been published in major astrological magazines around the world such as Dell Horoscope, the International Society of Astrological Research, the Organization for Professional Astrologers and she is co-editor of "Constellation News", one of the largest astrological magazines on the planet.

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