In recognition and celebration of Black History Month, New York astrologer Samuel Reynold will appear in person for a Thursday evening lecture, “Astrological Destiny of African Americans.”
In his 75-minute lecture, Reynolds will use astrology to detail and discuss the importance of the presence of Africans in the Americas for Africans, other Americans, and the world at large. He will look at multiple charts and planetary cycles for key events, like the 1619 arrival of the first Africans to North America as indentured servants in Virginia as well as important events from Brazil and the Caribbean.
The door opens at 7:00 to allow for conversation and browsing the MAAS astrological library, lecture begins at 7:30. Members are free. Non-Members pay $15. Samuel will be speaking in person, but you can also attend remotely online.
NON-MEMBERS are $18 via GoToMeeting. Pay via PayPal below before February 19 to be sent a link.
MEMBERS, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before February 19 to let us know and you’ll be sent a link to join remotely.
Samuel will be giving a workshop “Prediction Astrology Boot Camp” on Saturday, February 23rd from 12 -6 PM. He will also 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 email@example.com as soon as possible.
About Samuel Reynolds
Samuel Reynolds, who was a fundamentalist Baptist minister at the age of 12, hated astrology. However, at the 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 he 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, Tarot.com, Sasstrology.com, Pride magazine, Moonology.com, and The Mountain Astrologer. His website is unlockastrology.com, you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org