Robert Glasscock's special 3-Hour workshop on "Solar Arcs: What They Are – How to Use Them" presented for Kepler College on November 4, 2017 stirred interest and even controversy from illustrating solar arc techniques in Donald Trump's and the United States' horoscopes. Additional information, including dates for specific midpoints with a description from Ebertine's book "The Combination of Stellar Influences," is listed in a previous article. In this article, Robert continues to track his Solar Arc predictions and current events.

Many astrologers are daunted by the challenges of mundane astrology (the astrology of world affairs, politics, economies, world figures and their influence). But learning to read such horoscopes is an excellent method of refining one's predictive abilities. Call it Probability Assessment. 

Reading "mundane" charts is also an excellent arena for learning to read objectively, since the temptation is always to read through the lens of one's political biases, party affiliation, etc. Will a liberal astrologer interpret a chart differently than a conservative one?

Kepler College's special 3-Hour workshop on "Solar Arcs: What They Are – How to Use Them" presented by Robert Glasscock on November 4, 2017 stirred interest and even controversy from its illustrations of solar arc techniques in Donald Trump's and the United States' horoscopes. In this article,  Robert expands on some of the points made and shows how you can effectively use transits to solar arcs.