Canadian Society of Questers – Vancouver Chapter: www.questers.ca
Pluto, the planet that represents both collective and personal evolution, will dip briefly into the sign of Capricorn from the end of January through June, and will tenant this sign solidly from the end of November 2008 through 2024, bringing the massive breeding cycle begun in 1995 to a culminating reference point.
In years to come, Pluto through Capricorn’s era will enforce a time of reckoning with the past, at the personal level and beyond. Occurring only once every 248 years, Pluto in Capricorn signals the beginning of a new world order that will see a significant restructuring of personal and private life priorities, as well as produce a dramatic shift in the balance of power in the larger world context
Jupiter’s travel through Capricorn, an ambitious planetary influence of great hopefulness, extends a window of opportunity through the next twelve months. Saturn’s tour through industrious Virgo, a complimentary earth sign influence, suggests heaven is ready to help those who help themselves. It is a critical time to dedicate maximum effort toward the shaping of a more fulfilling future.
(Evolutionary Astrology is a specialty branch of Western Astrology that studies how the soul’s evolving needs and desires have been shaped by past experience (of this life and past lives), how the individual responds to these evolving soul needs and desires in the present, and how this integration projects forward into the shaping future potentials.)
All meetings of the Vancouver Chapter of the CSQ are held at the MARITIME MUSEUM 1905 Ogden Avenue, Vancouver
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The Museum is located at the north end of Chestnut Street, just west of the Planetarium, on the water in the Kitsilano area. Parking passes provided for the evening at the Museum’s desk on request. Please enter using the south-side door of the Museum.
Admission $5 members / $10 non-member.
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