The Kepler Conference 
Jan. 25 - 28, 2018
Evidence-Based Research Astrology
On Florida's Beautiful Space Coast

Timing & Human Performance
 Advanced Applications for Business 

Welcome to the Recordings from the First Session of the

SFB Memorial Research Forums

Feb. 6 - March 12, 2016

Current Research Results 
from the Work of Dr. Suzel Fuzeau-Braesch & Dr. Kyosti Tarvainenen
with Courtney Roberts. M.A.
Some of the more interesting results from the work of two of astrology's most esteemed researchers: the late Dr. Suzel Fuzeau-Braesch, and the Finnish mathematician, Dr. Kyosti Tarvainen. This animated discussion sounds out some of the main themes in the growing body of evidence for astrological influences, encourages replication along the same lines, and emphasizes the importance of conducting research about things the average non-researcher genuinely cares about and can understand; e.g. puppies, kittens and our favorite old books.
The Gauquelin Research
With Nick Kollerstrom
Dr. Nick Kollerstrom has been on the front lines of astrological research since the 1970's.  In this first webinar on the Gauquelin work, Nick gives his insights into what he terms 'the greatest astrology research.'  In a conversation that starts with, "Nick, did you actually meet the Gauquelins? (short answer: yes, many times) Kollerstrom provides both an intro and an overview of the duo's lifelong work, some of the research problems involved, the incredible staying power of the planetary effects they uncovered, and why the Gauquelin data is more relevant now than ever.
Science and How it Can Help Astrology
with Renay Oshop
East meets West as Vedic Astrologer, Renay Oshop shares exciting, cutting-edge research born from her passion for science, and how she has elegantly distilled solid evidence of astrological influence from vast data samples of Twitter Followers and Amazon Reviews. The wide-ranging and collaborative discourse that arises covers everything from research methodologies and best practices to the problem with corporate science and how AI and Neural Nets are helping to build the future of Astrology. The kind of content you can't get anywhere else,
Science in Crisis: Quantitative vs. Qualitative Methods
Dr. Will Morris 
Will describes the current, ongoing crisis in medical research brought 
about by Big Pharma's buyout, as well as its implications for future 
research models & methodologies. 
Will also shares some of his professional insights as a 
practicing physician into astrology & physical constitution,
and the Tropical vs. Sidereal zodiac. 

Transits: Present, Past & Future 
with Dr. Glenn Perry
In a presentation that class participants unanimously proclaimed as one of the best they'd ever experienced, Glenn Perry gives a tranquil yet moving description of a present-centered approach to both interpreting and living with transits; a truly healthy antidote to both the popular excesses of predictive astrology, and the anxieties we all feel when faced with a future we only wish we could control. 
The Kepler Conference: Building the Future of Astrology, with the help of 
generous, seasoned practitioners like Glenn Perry 
Pearls of Tomorrow: The Rise of Induced Labor/C-Sections 
and the Effects on Astrology & Astrological Research
with Wendy Stacey, M.A.

Wendy Stacey presents 'Pearls of Tomorrow,' her important and
 eye-opening research on the startling rise in "Designer Creation;"
 Birth Scheduling and Induced Labor, and how the demands of the
 post-modern work-week significantly skew any future astrological
research demographics.

Research into Vibrational Astrology

David Cochrane 

with Linda Berry


An introduction and overview of David Cochrane's and Linda Barry's 

longtime work in Vibrational Astrology, using harmonic aspect patterns.  

A wide-ranging discussion follows, on all the research implications of 

this unique and powerful approach.  

Astrology in Education: Research

with Alex Trenoweth, M.A.

A fascinating presentation on adolescent development and how brain growth synchronizes with the cycles and major transits of Jupiter and Saturn.  This is the kind of thing you would notice if, like Alex, you were a teacher in the classroom every day, employing astrological insights to help guide young people through the labyrinth of personal and social development.  Alex also shares some research linking reported behavior problems to the lunar cycle, in a wide-ranging discussion highlighting the growing awareness that students and educators need the unique insights only astrology can provide.