Signs of the Times

Clare Martin

Sunday 29th April 2018 - 15.30-18.00 BST

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CPA/MISPA Online Webinar

Clare Martin

Signs of the Times

Charles Harvey wrote that “the deeper significance and purpose of our own lives can only really be understood when seen in the context of the major cycles of which our lives are a particular expression.” (Astrological Journal, March/April 1982)

In this webinar we will explore the significance in our birth charts of the two major planetary conjunctions which occurred in the last century:  Uranus/Pluto and Uranus/Neptune.  We will also discuss the three planetary cycles currently in their final stages and due to renew in 2020:  Jupiter/Pluto, Saturn/Pluto and Jupiter/Saturn.

These cycles provide a valuable context for all our chart work and lend an astrological perspective to our understanding of the Baby Boomer generation, Generation X and the Millennials.


Cost: £42 for the session - Book here

Venue: Online only - system requirements and more details here

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