Wed 12th
Rosemary Smith
Pluto in Aquarius:
The Evolution of Collective Consciousness

From March 23rd to June 11th 2023, Pluto is making its first foray into the sign of Aquarius since the late 18th century. This marks the opening act of the twenty-year transit of Pluto in Aquarius which continues until 2044.

In astrological symbolism, Pluto packs a powerful punch, despite its diminutive size and distant orbit; it sets the tone for the zeitgeist. Last time Pluto was in Aquarius we had the French Revolution and the Declaration of the Rights of Man. Now, we stand at the threshold of an explosion in the level and reach of Artificial Intelligence, which is set to redefine our self-concept as human beings. Other technological interventions into human life, such as new medical treatments and the construction of ‘ideal’ societies, will also be under the spotlight during this era.

In this talk, we will explore the ways these changes could precipitate a transformation of our collective consciousness, and ask how best we can align with the highest potential of these challenging yet exciting times.

Rosemary is a professional astrologer and tutor with the Faculty of Astrological Studies. From 2021-2023 she was the Faculty’s Director of Studies, during which time she reworked and updated the Advanced Level course material. Alongside astrology, she has an interest in a number of other spiritual traditions, and was awarded the MA in Myth, Cosmology and the Sacred, with distinction, from Canterbury Christ Church University in 2017. She has lived in Glastonbury for 10 years, and this is her first talk for Inner Light events.

rosemary.smith@astrology.org.uk

Abbey House, Chilkwell Street, Glastonbury.
Doors open at 6.30pm for start at 7pm.
£8.00  It helps us if you could kindly bring the correct change, if possible.

Parking: The Abbey would be grateful if you could please park in town and walk the short distance, if you are able to. The Abbey House car park cannot easily accomodate large events. The turning in and out of the car park is sharp and could be dangerous, particularly in low light or wet conditions.
Thank you for this.

We would like to do our upmost to be attentive to the needs of everyone attending our talks, including those who have delicate immune systems. If you have a cough, cold, or are unwell with any type of virus, please come along on another occasion when you are fully recovered. If this means that you will miss a talk that you are particularly keen on attending, please contact us in advance so that we can explore what we can do to assist.

We are sorry, but due to space constraints, at this time we cannot accommodate dogs at the venue.


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