The Grand Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn 2020

Presented By: Brian Gray, Robert Schiappacasse, and David Tresemer
FREE Online Offering:  Live event followed by a question and answer time

Join us for a lively discussion about the pending Jupiter and Saturn conjunction from the perspective of astrosophy ("star wisdom", anthroposophic astrology).
Every twenty years, Jupiter and Saturn stand at the same place in the heavens.  Throughout history this “grand conjunction” has been seen as a harbinger of world change, and this time it occurs at the end of 2020.
What makes this conjunction extremely rare is that Jupiter and Saturn will also be conjunct Pluto – we are living in very rare times, indeed!
Our three presenters will explore patterns from past grand conjunctions, and speak about the possibilities and challenges of this one.  As with all astronomical events that have astrological significance, these influences work in complicated ways.  Several of these mysteries will be considered, and hints provided regarding how to assess the energies moving in these times.
This FREE session also serves as an introduction to the upcoming course, A New Astrology, that begins on October 1, 2010.

Brian Gray
Teacher at Rudolf Steiner College for 38 years, author of star wisdom articles (Journal for Star Wisdom), and presenter of many anthroposophy courses with Wise Cosmos Educational Initiative.

Robert Schiappacasse
Involved for many years in Waldorf education, author of star wisdom articles (Journal for Star Wisdom), and co-author of the book Star Wisdom & Rudolf Steiner.

David Tresemer, PhD
Founder of StarHouse, author of star wisdom articles (Journal for Star Wisdom), co-author of Star Wisdom & Rudolf Steiner, and author of other books.

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