purchaseDiscover a medieval technique that will increase your predictive accuracy.

Presented by Jennifer Zahrt, PhD
DATE: July 21, 2018
TIME: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT / 12:00 - 3:00 PM EDT

Arabic-era astrologers took ancient understandings of planetary dignity and debility full throttle and devised countless ways to determine which planet has the most say over things like profession, family, and even pregnancy. The resulting “winner” of their calculations became known as the almuten, or “governor,” of various chart topics. In this workshop, we will learn how to integrate almutens into our practice. 

First we will review essential dignity. Even if you are in full command of essential dignity, it is important to bear it fresh in mind for what follows. Then we will explore how to calculate a simple almuten. Once we have that under our belt we can start to really play with the technique and create compound almutens. Our source for these will be the Arabic-era astrologer Omar of Tiberias. As a final step, we will learn how to work with almutens in our astrological practice. By integrating almutens with various timing techniques you will be able to achieve surprisingly accurate results for you and your clients.


Zahrt DrJenn2018 100pxJennifer Zahrt holds a PhD in German literature and film from the University of California, Berkeley. Jenn is an author, publisher, and teacher of cultural astronomy and astrology.

In 2017 Jenn was appointed as an Honorary Research Fellow at the Sophia Centre for the Study of Cosmology in Culture at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. She researches the many forms of astrology emergent across human cultures past and present, with a special focus on early twentieth century German culture. She is the founder of Revelore Press, creative director of the Sophia Centre Press and the deputy editor of the peer-reviewed journal Culture and Cosmos. She has taught and lectured domestically and internationally in places such as Canada, the United Kingdom, and Germany. Jenn is also a past board member of Kepler College. She is currently based out of Seattle, WA.

Discover more of her work: www.jennzahrt.com