Two Classes with Anastasia in the Same Weekend! Updated: May 12, 2010

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I’ll be teaching two classes in the same month – the same weekend, even – in May!

On Saturday, May 15, I’ll be teaching “Tarot by the Numbers” at the Tarot Media Company Studios in San Francisco, 1:00 – 4:30 pm.  A standard Tarot deck has 78 cards, 22 major arcana, 56 minor arcana, and 40 numbered pip cards. We’ll look at why the Tarot has this particular organization, and look at the significance of these numbers. From there, we’ll dive into the sea of numbers in the Tarot and see what we find! Whether you’re an astrophysicist or a complete arithmephobe, I’ll make working with the numbers in the Tarot easy and fun – no advanced algebraic abilities required!  Full details and registration on the Tarot Media Company website!

Then, on Sunday, May 16, I’ll be teaching my first online class, 1:00 – 2:30 pm, in the Tarot Pros Classroom on The Tarot Guild!  The topic is “Birth Cards in the Tarot”.  Birth Cards, Life Cards, Soul Cards – call them what you will, the cards which are associated numerologically and astrologically with a client’s birth can be quite revealing, affecting the interpretation of a reading when they appear – or don’t appear – in the spread. We’ll start with how to calculate Birth Cards, and then devise some ideas on how to work with their presence – or absence – in a reading. We’ll also talk about the influence of Birth Cards on our Personal Year, and there will of course be time for Q&A. All in 90 minutes!  Full details and registration on the Tarot Guild website! Update: This online class has been rescheduled to July.  We’ll send out an announcement with the new date soon!

I hope you can join me for one or both of these fun workshops!

One Response to “Two Classes with Anastasia in the Same Weekend! Updated: May 12, 2010”

  1. I want to share this w Anastasia, Rose, Andrew and others at the numbers class on Sat. Last night I finished a documentary and uploaded the video to vimeo, the address it acquired (based on timing) was 11886318, well that adds up to 9999 which adds to 9.
    The doc is about people protesting a T-Mobile site (which is actually Deutsch Telekom) in the Lutheran Church (which is German as well).
    In effect, the video is about the adjacent school and neighbors saying “nein!” to the church and T-Mobile!
    Go figure….