Frank examines a number of so-called ‘difficult’ planetary combinations that many of us dread. Considering their meanings and principles, he draws on the charts and stories of clients and notable people to see how these have been used productively and successfully. Combinations include Moon–Uranus, Mercury–Saturn, Venus–Saturn, Mars–Neptune and Saturn–Neptune. Frank also looks at the much-maligned ‘square’ aspect.
1 hr 35 min. | Bonus – includes pdf of the TMA article “Making the Most of Awkward Planet Pairings”
In the past 25 years, Frank Clifford has built an eclectic career as a writer, consultant, teacher, data collector, publisher and media astrologer–palmist. He has written fourteen volumes (including Getting to the Heart of Your Chart and Solar Arc Directions), published a further twelve from other authors under his Flare imprint (including The Contemporary Astrologer’s Handbook by Sue Tompkins and The Twelve Houses by Howard Sasportas), had his work translated into eight languages, and given close to a thousand classes and seminars internationally since he began running The London School of Astrology in 2004.
Frank writes the ‘Horoscope Detective’ column for The Mountain Astrologer and guest edited TMA’s Interpretation Issue in 2013 with contributions from Steven Forrest, Liz Greene and Melanie Reinhart. In 2012, the astrological community awarded Frank the lifetime achievement Charles Harvey Award for Exceptional Service to Astrology. Frank was at the recent NCGR Conference and will be giving a workshop and two talks at ISAR’s Conference in September 2014. www.flareuk.com