Aquarius Severn: The discovery of Pluto: Herstory – What would Persephone say?
A talk with Liz Hathaway
The first planet to be discovered in the New World, Pluto’s emergence into collective consciousness has been associated with the splitting of the atom, the nuclear age, the rise of fascism, and to the criminal underworld, the mafia. However the planets arrival is also connected with an unheard voice, which I refer to as Persephone’s. As Pluto himself emerged, so did SHE. ‘Beauty in a jar’, beauty as power, androgynous women and in England the emergence of the sacred feminine and the Goddess Movement, the discovery horoscope of Pluto also points to a re-emergence of the feminine – a validation of female spirituality, sexuality and a validation of feminine political power.. In this talk, Liz will look at Pluto’s discovery from a different perspective.
Elizabeth (Liz) Hathway DFAstrolS, MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology (with Distinction), Qualified Horary Craftswoman (Frawley school) is an independent researcher with a special interest in rituals, sacred space, shamanism, magic and transformation. She has published articles on mundane astrology – a subject she is passionate about – in leading astrological journals, and has lectured in the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium and India. Born in the lush valleys of South Wales, Liz currently lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. A selection of English language articles written by Liz can be found at: www.lizhathwayastrology.nl, follow Liz Hathway Astrologer (on Facebook) or on YouTube
Time: 19:30 – Zoom room opens 19:15 BST.
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