About Astrologer Brian Clark 2017-11-13T19:43:01+00:00

About Brian Clark

BRIAN CLARK began his study of astrology in 1972. He has served as national president for The Fraternity for Canadian Astrologers (FCA) and The Federation of Australian Astrologers (FAA) as well as the chairman of the Association of Professional Astrologers (APA).

He has twice received awards from the FCA, received the education award from the Federation of Australian Astrologers and been nominated four times for an international Regulus Award and twice for the Charles Harvey Award (Astrological Association of Great Britain).

He is registered with the FAA as an Accredited Astrology Teacher and has has also been honoured with Life Membership from three astrological organisations: the APA, the FAA and the Victorian Astrologers Association.

He is the author of Celestial Tarot (US Games, Inc: 2007), The Sibling Constellation (Penguin Arkana: 1999) and a contributing author to Intimate Relationships (Llewellyn: 1991). He is the author of The Family Legacy: Astrological Imprints on Life, Love and Relationships; Vocation: The Astrology of Career, Creativity and Calling; and From the Moment we Met: The Astrology of Adult Relationships all published by Astro*Synthesis. All three books have been translated into Chinese and published In Taiwan.

His numerous articles for leading astrological publications have been translated in Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese and German.

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Brian has his MA and BA (Hons) in Classics and Archaeology from Melbourne University and for over 18 years he conducted tours to the ancient sacred sites through Odyssey Tours to Ancient Greece. He has taught astrology for the past 40 years and lectured in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America.

Brian Clark continues to do seminars, workshops and retreats interstate and internationally. Recently Brian has conducted seminars and retreats in Bali, China, Malaysia and Taiwan. In 2018 he will conducting a retreat in Japan and is one of the main tutors in the Faculty of Astrological Studies Summer School in Oxford.

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