Professional Astrologer’s Course with Bruce Orion

Aquarian Dreams is pleased to host courses taught by Bruce Orion, a professional astrologer in Sedona for more than 25 years.

On Tuesday, September 10, at 7 p.m., Orion will lead a free class: Introduction to Professional Astrologer’s Course. This class will be an introduction to his 8-week course and will include an overview of the planets, signs, aspects, houses and transits along with discussion on how the planets affect us personally and collectively.

Beginning Thursday, September 19, Orion will lead the Professional Astrologer’s Course (for professional or personal practice). This 8-week course will cover everything needed to be able to read and interpret an astrology chart, as well as its predictive aspects.

The course will cover the following topics: The Planets and the areas of human experience that they rule over; The Signs, their meaning, and how they define the character of the planets; The Houses, the areas of our lives where the planets will seek to find expression; The Aspects showing the inter-relationship between the planets and the internal conflict; and The Transits, the movement of the planets as they trigger the planets in a fixed chart.

Cost for the course is $250 before September 14, $300 after. It will run from 7-8:30 p.m. on Thursdays. Call to pre-register: 321-729-9495. Aquarian Dreams, 414 N Miramar Ave (Hwy A1A). To register visit For more information, visit

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