Brighton Astrology Circle: The Draconics of a Nightmare Relationship: Oscar Wilde and Lord Alfred Douglas. Disaster or Opportunity?
A virtual talk with Victor Olliver
It is customary to dismiss partnerships of love that have not worked out as ‘a big mistake’ or ‘an error of judgement’. But what does draconic astrology have to say? Using the example of Wilde and his boyfriend Douglas (aka ‘Bosie’), Victor analyses their ‘doomed’ bond through their draconic soul purpose charts and discovers valuable life lessons for both. A knowledge of draconic astrology is not essential to follow the talk. All will be explained.
Victor Olliver has been editor of the Astrological Association’s membership magazine, The Astrological Journal, for nearly eight years. He also writes the stars column for The Lady magazine. He has a distinction diploma in mundane and natal astrology from the Mayo School of Astrology. Before becoming a full-time astrologer, he was an award-winning feature writer and editor and his many interviews and features appeared in such publications as Marie Claire, Woman’s Journal, The Sunday Times Magazine and The Times. He lives in West Sussex, UK. He is the author of Chasing The Dragons: An Introduction to Draconic Astrology (Wessex) and of Astrology: Secrets of the Signs and Planets (Flame Tree). His website: victorolliver.co.uk.
To book, see the Brighton Astrology Circle website