The Oxford Astrology Group presents

What the Future Looks Like

A Look Ahead at 2018

In 2018, huge changes are taking place in the solar system — some of the biggest since 2010.

Saturn comes home to Capricorn — after a 28 year absence.
Chiron finally begins again in Aries — after a seemingly endless sojourn in Pisces’ watery depths (since 2010).
Uranus bursts into Taurus — after its startling transit through Aries since 2010.

Meanwhile, we need to consider Jupiter in Scorpio until November 2018, Pluto past the half way mark in Capricorn, and Neptune just over a third of the way through Pisces.

We will be workshopping these changes on January 6 in the Sutro Room. 

Christina Rodenbeck and Israel Ajose 
will be leading the day. The Group will be facilitating.

Christina is the brains behind The Oxford Astrologer, one of the 
most highly regarded astrology blogs on the web.
Israel is a transpersonal therapist, consultant, and
director of Astrology of the Soul, as well as a
leading light at The Astrological Lodge of London.

There will be lectures, some group exercises, and we plan to look at as 
many personal charts as possible.

By the end of the day, we should each have the framework 
of a plan for how to tackle this potent, exciting year.

Please bring at least one copy of your natal chart to this event. If you don’t yet have it, go to where you can get a free chart. Please also bring your friends!

Early Bird tickets are available now for around £40. Tickets on the day will be £45.

This is a full day with a short break for lunch. Morning tea will be provided.
Tickets at the door are £42. For a discount, purchase in advance via Eventbrite.

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