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Autumn Equinox and the Hard Reality Ahead

Speaker: Roy Gillett

United Kingdom

Dimanche, septembre 22, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm EDT

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This talk starts as an intense cardinal T-square focuses on the first house for the US East Coast.

Over the next ten weeks, Jupiter rushes through the last half of Sagittarius to join the Capricorn angle of the T-square. Not since 3838 BCE have Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto been in Capricorn, with Uranus in Taurus. December 2019-20 will confront us with the consequences of our deluded actions in recent years, centuries and millennia.

Roy will explain and interpret these transits to reveal the causes of, and solutions to, the epochal changes that lie ahead.

Roy Gillett

Roy Gillett B.Ed (Hons Ldn), President of The Astrological Association in the UK, Roy has been a full-time astrologer and consultant since 1976. He has been a software adviser since 1988 [esp Solar Fire], is an astro-finance researcher and an international conference speaker. Roy has published mundane forecasts from 1978, writing The Astrological Journal’s “Working with the Planets” column since 2002. His books include Astrology and Compassion the Convenient Truth; Economy, Ecology and Kindness and The Secret Language of Astrology. Published in 2017 his Reversing the Race to Global Destruction uses astrology to question and correct contemporary assumed ‘truths’ and visualise a happier world.