Now on View at the Lopez Museum: Kalendaryong Filipino by Jose Joya, 1973.
Talks on Astrology for August 17, Saturday: Poetry of Stars: An Overview of Astrology in the Philippines
Dr. Antonio Ingles – Cosmic Archeology
Steffi Rodriguez and Resti Santiago – Ethno-astronomy 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
The lectures come free with museum admission (Php 100.00 for adults, Php 80.00 for students).
Exhibition and talks on Astrology in the Philippines will be held at Lopez Museum and Library from August 15-17.
Poetry of Stars is a historical overview of the beginning and development of Philippine Astrology. Encompassing pre-colonial, colonial, and modern astrological practices, the exhibition aims to help visitors understand how natural phenomena such as seasons, phases of the moon, movement of stars, and other celestial activities have directed the decision-making of Filipinos for centuries.
The exhibition features books on astrology from the library collection, an artwork by National Artist Jose Joya, Kalendaryong Pilipino, along with some personal items of poet, journalist, publisher, and astrologer Serafin Lanot, whose birth centennial is also celebrated this month.
For more information, please contact Tina at 631-2417 or email email@example.com. The Lopez Memorial Museum is at the ground floor, Benpres Building, Exchange Road corner Meralco Avenue, Pasig City. Museum days and hours are Mondays to Saturdays, except holidays, 8am-5pm.