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Astrological Lodge of London: Orion / Astrocartography

Every Monday evening. First talk 19:00, second talk 20:30.

One ticket covers both talks.


19:00 Orion: Gill Dorren

The Precession of the Pole star and the movement of the constellation Orion, the hunter, will be examined particularly on their impact on mythology, civilization and star lore. Firstly let us take a look at the Hunter, one of the most significant constellations in the night sky. He may be more important than we think.

Biography: Gill has been studying astrology and Cosmology for many years and as an Aquarian, with Scorpio rising, is actually looking forward to the dawning of a new age and is intrigued with so many great people trying to predict the end of the World as we know it. Gill is Treasurer of the Lodge and has been studying and practising Astrology for 30 years. She has particular interests in Cosmology (past and present) and is keen to fuse astrology with current cosmological theory. And has given many lectures on this at the Lodge. She also loves the history of the 17th century and helped organise the Astrologers Feast to celebrate the Lodges’ centenary at the Painters Hall, the original venue from the 17th century. She is also co-editor of the Astrology Quarterly.

20:30 Astrocartography (Part 3): Wendy Stacey

A trip to a designated place according to your planetary lines might give you another view of love and life.
Also good for taking a view at current affairs and major events. Come along and bring your chart for discussion.
Even more thoughts on your special places on earth.

Biography: Wendy Stacey (BA, MA, Dip LSA) is the principal of the international Mayo School of Astrology (since 2007), tutor for the London School of Astrology (since 2003) and Chair of the Astrological Association (since 2002). She has written numerous articles for the Astrological Journal and is the author of Consulting With Astrology (2012), Uranus Square Pluto (2012) and about to have published Covid-19 through the Microscopic Lens of Astrology and Unaspected Planets. She has contributed to The New Generation (2012), The Professional Astrologer (2016), Bitcoin (2018). In 2014 Wendy received the Charles Harvey award for ‘Exceptional Service to Astrology’. website: http://www.wendystacey.com

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