Your Soul’s Incarnation
*Your soul made a contract to learn lessons while here on earth.
*Your soul’s purpose can be fully realized using the tools of astrology for self knowledge and self actualization.
*Your soul decided which parents to be born to.
*Your soul’s purpose holds clues in the moon’s nodes in astrology
I am so lucky that I was born a clairsentient which means I get messages through feelings when I’m studying and reading astrological charts. My job is to work with you over time to guide your soul’s evolution using astrology as a tool
⭐️ 2018 Planetary Transits ⚡️
Jupiter moved into Scorpio in late 2017 — a light shining in your dark psyche.
Saturn is leaving Sagittarius for Capricorn (Capricorn is ruled by Saturn) in December 2017
Solar Eclipse Feb 15, 2018 at 27 Aquarius.
Mars’ retrograde this year will be in Aquarius/Capricorn beginning June 26.
Solar Eclipse July 18 at 20 Cancer.
Mercury’s retrogrades will be in FIRE signs. Aries in March/April, Leo in July/Aug, and Sagittarius and Scorpio in Nov/Dec.
Solar Eclipse Aug 11 at 18 Leo
Uranus will move to Taurus in May 15, 2018 but not before it travels back into Aries one last time.
Venus’ retrograde this year will be in Scorpio/Libra in Oct/Nov.
Jupiter moves into Sagittarius November 2018
Astrologers have been studying the movements of planets since at least 20,000 B.C.E. In 1800 B.C.E. in Babylonia, astronomers (astrology and astronomy were one in the same) began to track repeating planetary patterns in the sky to aid kings, queens, and emperors rule society. Astrology was not used for personal growth.
When Babylonian astrology was introduced to Greece in the 4th century B.C.E., it marked the beginning of an art and science called evolutionary astrology as a tool to unlock the powerful patterns and energies helpful to the human soul’s evolution.
Celebrate the First Known Woman Astronomer/Astrologer, Hypatia
According to Wikipedia, “Hypatia (born c. 350–370; died 415 AD) often called Hypatia of Alexandria, was a Greek mathematician, astronomer, inventor, and philosopher in Egypt, then a part of the Eastern Roman Empire. She was the head of the Neoplatonic school at Alexandria, where she taught philosophy and astronomy.”
Source Credits: astrologers.com, demetra-george.com