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Astrological Lodge of London: Culinary astrology / Toxic relationships

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

One ticket covers both talks.


19:00 The astrology of culinary Fernanda Paiva

Some people eat to live while others live to eat. Food is a huge part of any culture, bringing not only physical sustenance, but also comfort, familiarity, providing us with a sense of identity. In the Western society food has been taken to the level of art form, with famous restaurants, Michelin stars and celebrity chefs. In this talk we will be exploring the astrological signatures found in the culinary world, looking into charts of famous chefs and maybe looking into their recipes.

Biography: Fernanda Paiva is a teacher and practicing astrologer with a BA. in History and she acquired her astrology certificate with distinction at the London School of Astrology. She has been published by Flare UK, IAM Infinity magazine, the AA Journal and at the astrodienst website, and she is currently working on her thesis for the MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology at the University of Wales. Fernanda is originally from Brazil but has been living in the UK for the past 13 years.

20:00 Toxic relationships (Part 1) Martin Moritz

Put on the earth to get on each other’s nerves In this little series I am going to explore the special relationships of some of the strongest personalities in history, including politicians, royals or artists.

Only one can survive: Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots

Mary, Queen of Scots ended tragically on the scaffold, having her head chopped off. But how did she get there? Was her cousin, the Virgin Queen, really so evil?
Queen Victoria and son Edward VII: Queen Victoria reigned from 1837 until her death in 1901, when her son, the playboy prince Bertie, took over, at the ripe age of 60. Why did the old monarch hate her eldest son so?

Van Gogh and Gauguin: Every school kid knows the story of Vincent Van Gogh’s cut off ear. But why did the relationship with Gaugin, whom he hero-worshipped, escalate so to bring Van Gogh to such a deed?

Biography: Martin Sebastian Moritz has lived in London and is now based in Berlin. He has a degree in psychology and is a trained therapist and trend researcher. He has been a consulting astrologer for over 20 years, lectures online and in workshops and writes articles for astrological journals in Germany, Switzerland and the UK. He takes a keen interest in biography work, gender issues, history, mundane, psychological and karmic astrology. His first book The mysterious 8th house – facing the shadow, has recently been translated into English. His website: astro-via.com.

For further details and to book your place on the talk, visit www.astrolodge.co.uk