Planning for the Future

29 Oct 2022, 11am–4.30pm UK time, live in London, and live-streamed and recorded to watch later

A day of learning how to use astrology to map out your months and years ahead. Join Frank to learn how to actively participate in your transits and directions and the make the most of the times ahead. Free guidebook included. A familiarity with the basics is required. (£60. Or free/included in 201 and 301’s Term 1 fees.) Once signed up, you'll find the Zoom link for the livestream in the folder, and we'll upload the recording after the event for you to watch at your leisure. Or you can join us at Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ.
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Frank Clifford

Senior Tutor

Frank Clifford (Principal of the LSA since 2004) has written a dozen books on astrology and palmistry, guest edited 'The Mountain Astrologer' numerous times, and since 2001 has given over 3000 talks, lectures and seminars in over a dozen countries.

Recent student feedback

“I like very much the preparation you do, the clarity of your teaching, the ethics and profoundness you put in the use of this craft. I am grateful for the teachings, the inspiration and glad that someone with your credibility gives important messages and a proper guidance on how to use astrology. ”

RB, London

“Thank you, Frank, for such a fabulous day. I learnt so much and the way you presented the information made a complicated subject much simpler.”

JL, Cirencester

“I wanted to send you a really BIG thank you! I have worked through Planning for the Future and The Art of Electional Astrology and your insights, teaching and resources shared are so incredibly valuable. Even though I'm catching the replays, I still feel like I'm with you all live. Astrologers like yourself have paved the way for people like me and I'm beyond grateful for your work!”

KG, Australia

“I loved the insights you had, and they fit like a glove. That still shocks me, and renders me speechless. Transiting Jupiter is conjunct my ascendent today. You were my blessing. Thanks!”