Brighton Astrology Circle: Missing
A virtual talk with Wanda Sellar
Thousands of people go missing every year in the UK and worldwide. Usually for different reasons. Thousands are never found. It has to be an unusual or baffling case for a missing person (MISPER as referred to by Police) to hit the headlines. Some of the following ideas for seeking a missing person are from 17th century astrologer William Lilly, if unrelated to the enquirer. This will be a step-by-step guide. Many astrologers set up a chart for LAST SEEN TIME as may be reported by an acquaintance or family member of the missing person.
Wanda Sellar DMS.astrol., Q.H.P., also holds a Diploma in Psychology and Counselling from University of London’s Institute of Education and is keenly interested in the psychology and pathology of the human psyche. She has also practised as a holistic therapist including aromatherapy and crystal healing. She has written two books on aromatherapy, and her books on astrology include The Consultation Chart, Introduction to Medical Astrology, Introduction to Decumbiture and Chart Shapes: The Code to Interpretation.. She is a past president of the Astrological Lodge of London, its current Vice President and programme organiser. She is also the editor of the A.A’s Astrology and Medicine Newsletter, a post she has held for 25 years.
Available for booking after 22 June
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