Declination’s ~ Timon Harewood

Saturday November 5th 2016 @ 1.30 pm ~ 4.30 pm

New Location IAC, 257 Danforth Ave.,

The missing dimension of Astrology

There is an astrological tool that if utilized by astrologers can prove indispensable in finding some important events;events that can be overlooked.  This tool is the declination chart a missing dimension of the regular chart. We will employ the phases of the moon in this chart, looking at aspects that can be missed.


  • What is a declination chart?
  • A brief history
  • Major components
  • Some major aspects not seen on the chart
  • Some example charts ~ US election candidates chart.
  • Attendees
  •  Will benefit immensely by bringing their regular and declination chart.
  • To walk through casting the declination chart bring your laptop with Solar Fire

Timon Harewood: ISAR CAP.

Timon been practicing Astrology for over 30 years in Toronto and Montreal, Canada. He earned a diploma from the Academy of Cosmobiology, Aalen/W. Germany. (Inge Aach). Since 2001 he has been studying Vedic astrology extensively with the Northwest Institute of Vedic Sciences under the tutelage of Dennis Flaherty, earning a Diploma in Vedic studies. Timon graduated in Business Administration and Human Resource Management and has been working in the financial sector for over 20 years.  He is involved with Toastmasters International, and an active member of his local club, Bay Street Breakfast club. Timon volunteers as Vice President for Astrology Toronto; he is in the process of practicing Astrology full time, worldwide.

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