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
Maria Perentiss was the lucky winner of the Frank Clifford scholarship of $200 back in 2014. Maria was not actually going to the conference in Tasmania prior to winning but went because she thought winning the scholarship was a sign to go! I don’t think Maria regretted that decision… It was fabulous to see Maria, and Bob and Gaye (AANSW members) in Tassie – all taking advantage of winning conference prizes from AANSW – maybe you could be next!
Well, you can be next as Frank Clifford, one of the international speakers to be at the 2016 conference, has once again very generously offered a scholarship of up to $200 to an AANSW member. The winner will be able to use the funds to assist with the fees associated with the conference.
The scholarship may be used to assist with the conference package or to attend a Pre or Post Conference Workshop. The criteria for the Frank Clifford Scholarship is as follows:-
The application must reach the AANSW Inc by the closing date 2nd October 2015 No applications will be accepted after the closing date.
Please post entry forms to AANSW Inc Member Conference Sponsorship PO Box 253 Guildford NSW 2161 or the member may email Vivian Huang AANSW Committee Member email@example.com with the relevant details.
The winning members name will be drawn at the meeting on 10th October 2015 to allow time for travel arrangements to be made.
The member will be responsible for their own travel costs and arrangements and any additional accommodation.
If the member is unable to attend due to changed circumstances they must notify AANSW Inc by 31st October 2015 and the scholarship will be passed on to another member whose name will be held in reserve after the draw. The sponsorship is not transferable to cash or other benefits.
The AANSW member must be a current financial member by 2nd October and at the time of the conference (member fees are paid annually)
If the member chose to only attend 1 Pre or Post Conference Workshop the value of the scholarship is for the workshop only.
Good luck and as they say, you’ve gotta be in it, to win it!!!
Next AANSW Meeting
Members meet on the 2nd Saturday of every month (except Jan)
Date: Saturday 12th September
Guest Speaker: Chris Turner
Topic: Suddenly I’m Old… How Did That Happen?
Link: Monthly Meeting
Drummoyne Community Centre
10 Cometrowe Street, Drummoyne
TIME: 1.15pm – 4:30pm
Includes afternoon tea
Visitors are always welcome!
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AANSW Name Change
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Website goes live chart
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