all forms of astrology, both East and West, come together to share and appreciate their rich heritages
|The Summer season marks a time of new energy and enthusiasm for the American College of Vedic Astrology ™ (ACVA). The National Ayurvedic Medical Association (NAMA) held its annual event in Seattle. On the bayous of New Orleans, several years of planning finally bore fruit for the United Astrology Conference (UAC) of which ACVA and CVA were major supporting organizations. The UAC conference marked a time when |
and vast repositories of knowledge.
|ACVA took UAC as an opportunity to recognize and award many people who have contributed to the field of Vedic astrology.|
Awards of Appreciation were given to Christina Collins, and Charlotte Benson.
ACVA gave its former president, Dennis Harness, the ACVA President Emeritus title to thank him for his many years of service to ACVA and the field of Vedic astrology
Gayatri Devi Vasudev, representing the Indian Council of Astrological Sciences, conferred distinguished titles on several Westerners who have played a major role in promoting and sustaining Vedic astrology in the West over the last years.
Charlotte Benson of Phoenix, Arizona, Patty Sanders, and Jessica Sayles.
William R. Levacy, Steven M. Stuckey, Ronnie Gale Dreyer and Komilla Sutton.
Jyotish Medha Pragya
Dennis Harness Ph.D., Christina Collins, and James Kelleher.
Bill Levacy, President
American College of Vedic Astrology ™ (ACVA)