Prediction Astrology Boot Camp with Samuel Reynolds

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In a six-hour workshop, Samuel Reynolds will introduce participants to various modern forms of progressing a chart, like solar arc directions and secondary progressions, in tandem with more ancient and time-worn systems like profections (cyclically using a house for each year of life lived) and solar, lunar and other planetary returns. Prepare to see how to make more astrological sense of your past and your future.

Time: 12:00 – 6:00 PM
Cost: $60

Members and Non-Members can attend remotely online. Please register and pay by midnight February 21 to be sent a link to attend remotely.

Samuel Reynolds will also be presenting “Astrological Destiny of African Americans” for the MAAS regular monthly meeting. Thursday, February 21st at 7 pm and will be conducting two private astrological consultations on February 22 at the learning center. The cost is $185 for a one hour recorded session. Remember only two-afternoon openings are available. If you’re interested in reserving one of those spots please email as soon as possible.


About Samuel Reynolds

Samuel Reynolds, who was a fundamentalist Baptist minister at the age of 12, hated astrology. However, at age 23 (his second Jupiter Return,) Samuel realized he disliked astrology because he didn’t know what it all meant, and went to an astrologer.

The astrologer’s uncanny insights into his life seemed to go beyond guesswork but convinced it was all a trick, the former academic spent 10 years doing charts and studying astrology himself. Now, over 25 years later, his deepest love and life centers around astrology. Reynolds now says he used religion to avoid astrology’s lessons, and that his life is a lesson on how you should watch what you hate. It might end up being the love of your life.

Reynolds is on the board of directors of the “International Society for Astrological Research,” is an entrepreneur who helps others build their businesses as mind-body-spirit practitioners. He also consults, writes, and teaches astrology full-time, and has written for Ebony magazine, New York magazine,, Pride magazine,, and The Mountain Astrologer.

Reynold’s website is, you can email him at