Certified Esoteric Astrologer
Clayten Tylor: Certified Esoteric Astrologer
Clayten has worked as a professional Astrologer in Vancouver, B.C., since 1994, helping thousands of clients improve their lives. He began to study Astrology in 1971 at the age of 21, taking classes and studying the charts of friends. During that time, he co-owned and managed a chain of very successful clothing stores called, Beau Brummell Boutiques. He later moved to California to set-up a clothing manufacturer for a top Canadian fashion designer; there he lived in luxury in Beverly Hills for a year and a half, mingling with the fashion elite and local movie stars. Still searching, he decided to join the Rosicrucian Order, A.M.O.R.C., for ten plus years of metaphysics, and to deepen his understanding of the spiritual world.
During the 1980's, Clayten began business consulting to many small businesses and restaurants, eventually owning his own very successful Restaurant and Bar operation for eight years. Still searching, Clayten decided to join The International College of Esoteric Studies, ICES, for eight years of courses towards his Masters of Sacred Science and Doctorate of Divinity.
During the early 1990's, Clayten secured the distribution rights to a line of Venetian Marble Stuccos to market throughout North American. Still searching..., he started to study Numerology, and after years of courses and a name change, he enrolled in Builders of the Adytum (B.O.T.A)- (Ancient Wisdom Teachings of the Western Tradition), for an additional eighteen-years of courses in Gematria (numerology), Sound and Color healing, Occult Psychology, and the Holy Qabalah. After a twelve-year certification course of study and several spiritual experiences that changed his life, he obtained his credentials as a Certified Esoteric Astrologer. After an additional six years of full-time courses with B.O.T.A, on subjects such as the tarot and psycho-spiritual counseling, Clayten felt he was still just a student, so he began to study Christian Mysticism with a local Swedenborg (1688 -1772) study group for two years to understand issues of faith and love from a another perspective.
Recently, Clayten self-published two books about his discoveries while experimenting with Seaweed as a nutritious food-additive and natural taste enhancer to use for healthy fast food. The first book called The Seaweed Jelly-Diet Cookbook Guide - the diet to help end world hunger, which was featured in Men's Fitness Magazine. Later came the second book called the Seaweed Beauty Guide, a natural herbal healing guide using seaweed jelly for curing complicated skin diseases, naturally.
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Esoteric Astrologer: Qualifications/Experience
Occult Psychology ~ Esoteric Astrology (12 Yrs.) ~ Metaphysics (10 Yrs.) ~ Alchemy (8 Yrs.) ~ Western Esotericism ~ Sacred Science ~ Numerology, Life Cycle Management Training Certificate - Gematria ~ Contemporary Spirituality ~ Mystical Qabalah ~ Tarot ~ Mysticism ~ Dream Interpretation ~ Meditation ~ Color & Sound Therapy ~ Energy Balancing ~ Self Empowerment ~ Spiritual Healing ~ Transpersonal religious experiences.
10 Yrs, Rosicrucian Order, A.M.O.R.C., Key to Universal Wisdom
8 Yrs, International College of Esoteric Studies, I.C.E.S., Esoteric Teachings
18 Yrs, Builders of The Adytum, B.O.T.A., Ancient Wisdom Teachings of the Western Tradition.
Romance ~ Relationship Compatibility ~ Psycho-Spiritual Counseling ~ Mid-Life Crisis Issues ~ Grief ~ Stress ~ Spiritual Guidance ~ Self-Help ~ Emotional Dependency ~ Depression ~ Anxiety ~ Fear ~ Self Esteem ~ Coaching ~ Nutrition ~ Diet ~ Career ~ Life Changes ~ Business & Investments ~ Goal Setting ~ Career Guidance ~ Self-healing.
Mystery School Studies
10 Years - ROSICRUCIAN ORDER, AMORC. - The Key to Universal Wisdom
8 Years - INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF ESOTERIC STUDIES, ICES - Esoteric Teachings
18 Years - BUILDERS OF THE ADYTUM, BOTA - Ancient Wisdom Teachings of the Western Tradition.
About Mystery Schools:
Mystery Schools offer courses usually by correspondence, on a wide variety of subjects, and usually come recommended by a fellow traveller on the road to enlightenment. The course material has not usually been made available for the general-public, and is always protected by membership with an oath of privacy. Courses are always tested, with exams at the end of each week, or by subject, and are marked and graded by volunteer qualified university professors from all over the world. What was once only an oral tradition, the present day modern Mystery Schools are able to reach many more students that are interested in subjects not taught by regular Universities.
Essentially, Mystery School training helps the student connect with their own inner instructor, as most of the answers are not something that can be researched in a library, but something someone has to experience in order to answer the exam questions. As an example, a traditional university might ask the question, “What is an astral projection?”, and the answer could be memorized, whereas a mystery school would ask, “Did you perform an astral projection? Please describe your experience”. You cannot advance, without having had the experience.
The modern Mystery School courses are usually always written by people who have devoted their entire lives to serving others, and no financial reward for themselves, leaving their published work for the good of the Mystery School , with the Mystery Schools supported by donations and volunteers.
In my experience of thirty-six years of full-time Mystery School teachings, I have never read any published material available in Libraries that has come close to the knowledge passed on by Mystery Schools. As an example, B.O.T.A.’s fifteen-year courses on Ageless Wisdom of Sacred Tarot and the Holy Qabalah written by Dr. Paul Foster Case and extended by Rev. Ann Davies are the most logical, well-written examples of genius available on the subject. When you consider that in high school, I was very bad at math, and now I do Astrology and Numerology, which is essentially all mathematics, therefore I owe my appreciation of math to the Mystery Schools that helped me experience math in a way that I could understand it.