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The Roaring 20-Twenties Is Just Getting Started!

Speaker: Rick Levine

United States

Sunday, December 27, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EST

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The Roaring 20-Twenties Is Just Getting Started!
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Astrologers foresaw the cosmic speed bump of 2020 for years before it was upon us. Like most events of great significance, it’s only possible to understand recent events with the perspective of passing time. Some astrologers may innocently believe that 2020 will soon be a memory. However, the tone for 2021 and the entire decade ahead is still being tuned. How will this moment in history impact our lives ahead? How can horoscopic analysis help us better our lives and the lives of our clients? What will the future bring? Join Rick Levine for an eclectic, yet practical, astrological exploration of where we are and where we are heading.

Rick Levine

Cofounder of StarIQ.com, founding Trustee of Kepler College, coauthored 8 years of Barnes and Noble’s “Your Astrology Guide”. For nearly 20 years, Levine’s daily horoscopes reached millions of readers online. He is as comfortable writing mass-market Sun Sign Astrology as he is pushing the technical and theoretical envelopes of the profession. His DVD is “Quantum Astrology: Science, Spirit, and Our Place in the Cycles of History“. Every month, tens of thousands of astrology students from around the world view his teachings on YouTube. He is wizard by day, a net-junkie by night, and is rumored to have advanced alien microprocessors imbedded in his cerebral cortex.