SIMULCAST, Russia: Karine Dilanyan: Universe in Dragon Embrace – Lunar Nodes, Eclipses, Problems of Interpretation. Indian Techniques for Western Astrologers
The theme of lunar nodes is one of the most confused and fogged in mass myths of Western astrology. In the course of this lecture, we will examine the mythology, astronomy, and history of the lunar nodes, from the times of Babylon, Egypt, and Greece, representations recorded in Gnostic sources, to the era of the Middle Ages and the astrology of the 17th century, as well as astrological symbolism and related techniques.
We will also talk about the nodes and their presentation in Indian astrology. We will consider the Indian technique of Kaal Sarp yoga, in relation to Western astrology. This material is based on Karine’s decades of observation, study and research.
Karine Dilanian is the ISAR Global Director for Russia. She holds an MA degree from the University of Wales – Trinity Saint David, UK. Organizer of international astrological conferences since 1993, Karine has been teaching astrology since 1990 at the ISAR-affiliated school in Moscow. She teaches classical Western astrology with special focus on Hellenistic, Medieval, and Renaissance astrology. Her area of research is reconstruction of the lost Western astrological techniques via astrological techniques of Hindu astrology. Karine is an international speaker, teacher and consultant. Her students and clients live in Russia and post-Soviet countries, Europe, USA, and China.
Karine was awarded a diploma by the BVBI (New Delhi) for spreading of Hindu astrology in Russia. Her latest research is the Kepler Project – publication of astrological manuscripts of Johannes Kepler.