Welcome to the AANSW
The AANSW is a non-profit organisation whose
aim is to promote, inform, and further people’s
interest in Astrology in NSW.
We are a group of people with like-minded
interests who have come together to encourage
co-operation and contact between astrologers.
Visitors are always welcome!
About the AANSW
The Astrology Association of NSW Inc is an incorporated not for profit association that aims to encourage co-operation and contact between astrologers. To further this aim the AANSW arranges seminars, meetings, conferences and other activities to enable discussion of issues in astrology. AANSW has held its first virtual meeting allowing country members to join in and hope to host more in 2014.
The AANSW is a member of the Federation of Australian Astrologers Inc and adopts the Code of Ethics promulgated by the Federation of Australian Astrologers Inc.
AANSW members enjoy the benefits of meetings with a monthly speaker, discussion time (Astro Chat) and being part of a group that shares an interest in astrology. To become a member all that is needed is an interest in astrology.
The Astrology Association of NSW Inc:
- Promotes co-operation and contact between astrologers
- Is a member association of the Federation of Australian Astrologers Inc.
- Arranges seminars, meetings, conferences and other activities to enable discussion of issues in astrology
- Adheres to the Code of Ethics promulgated by the Federation of Australian Astrologers Inc.
- Engages in such other conduct as the Association considers desirable in order to enhance the image of Astrology and to encourage the highest standard of ethical conduct by astrologers
FAA Conference 2016
The 21st International Federation of Australian Astrologers Conference will be held from 21-25 January 2016 in Sydney, NSW, at the Women’s College at Sydney University.
The theme for the conference is From the Mundane to the Divine. The Conference Co-Convenors are Anita Ings and Christine Thomas.
Frank Clifford Scholarship
Frank Clifford once again very generously offered a $200 scholarship for a lucky AANSW member to spend at the 2016 FAA Conference. Members were asked to send in an application form and this year’s lucky recipient is Joanne Davies. Joanne was already registered for the conference but has now decided to attend a pre-conference workshop. The $200 will go towards extra accommodation so Joanne can wake up as fresh as a bird and ready to go! Joanne would like to thank Frank Clifford for the fantastic incentive to attend her first pre-conference workshop. We love ya Frank!
At the October meeting the prize of a full conference and student conference was won by the following AANSW members. The full members conference was won by Liz Stevula. Congratulations Liz, you are definitely a lucky AANSW member!
The first time student prize went to well deserving Carolyn Smith. When Carolyn found out she had been selected as the winner by Julia Parker apparently she did a happy dance! We are all looking forward to seeing that happen at the Conference thanks Carolyn!!
Well done girls… lucky you were in it, to win it!!!
Congratulations to All.
Next AANSW Meeting
Members meet on the 2nd Saturday of every month (except Jan)
Date: Saturday 13th February
Guest Speaker: Dr Neil Hair
Topic: Distinguishing the Vertex & Nodal Axes
Link: Monthly Meeting
Drummoyne Community Centre
10 Cometrowe Street, Drummoyne
TIME: 1.15pm – 4:30pm
Includes afternoon tea
Visitors are always welcome!
Click on the image below to see a larger view of the chart for when the AANSW was incorporated.
AANSW Name Change
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Website goes live chart
Click on the image below to see a larger view of the chart for when the new AANSW site went live.