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EVENT: Poetry of Stars

Lopez Museum pays tribute to poet, journalist, astrologer Serafin Lanot on August 15-17, 2013 in "Poetry of Stars: An Overview of Astrology in the Philippines."




Scheduled Speakers:

August 15
Imelda Morales- Serafin Lanot and his influence on the development of astrology in the Philippines
Kris Lacaba, Nerisa Guevarra, and other poets- Poetry reading of Lanot's works
Marra Lanot and Ofel Santos- Living and Learning with Lanot

August 17
Dr. Antonio Ingles- Cosmic Archaeology
Steff Rodriguez and Resti Santiago- Ethno-astrolo and the discovery of indigenous astrology
JP Lapore- History of Astrology in the Philippines
Ret. Col. Romeo Solina- PARSI and the reintroduction of Astrology in the 70's
Jeannie Javelosa- Astrology and its purpose
Henry Palacios- How I became an astrologer
Walter Ang- The basic language of astrology
Resti Santiago- The astrological charts of Bonifacio, Rizal and Aguinaldo: An exploration of astrological principles

Please call 6312417 for more details.

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