Saturday 13th April 2019

South Melbourne Community Centre
Cnr. Park Street & Ferrars Place, South Melbourne
Melways ref: 2K B4
Trams: 1, 12 or 96

Members $10
Non-Members $18

Global Astrology – Your Three Signs

presented by Jessica Adams

When you combine your three signs from the three great world astrologies – plural – you end up with a profile that only one in 1728 people could have. Your usual Western Sun Sign describes the headlines of your life, as it is at the heart of media astrology. Your Indian, Vedic or Jyotish Guru Sign (Jupiter or Brihaspati) shows your good karma – the blessings you incarnate with. If you have never known this before, come along and discover more – it can be quite uncanny. The last of your three-sign reading is your Asian sign, which you probably know. Which Asian zodiac animal are you? In tthe Lunar Year of the Pig/Boar this has much to say about your character and destiny.

Global astrology has a great deal in common, as it evolved thousands of years ago on The Silk Road of trade, from West to East. If you have never thought about yourself or your life cycles in terms of Western, Indian and Asian, you can pick up this knowledge on Saturday 13th April from Jessica Adams. Her next astrology book will be about this very subject, The Secret Language of the Stars (Penguin/Michael Joseph), to be published in October 2019.

Jessica AdamsAbout the Speaker
Jessica Adams began her astrology studies at age 14 with an Australian Women’s Weekly pull-out booklet and zodiac wheel from the master with the moustache, Richard Sterling.

Jessica lives between Melbourne, Tasmania – and England – and writes horoscope columns for Family Circle USA.

Her books include Essential Astrology for Women (HarperCollins), the ebook 2020 Astrology: Your Five-Year Horoscope Guide, and the new book The Secret Language of the Stars (Penguin/Michael Joseph) published in Great Britain in October 2019.

In April 2019, she will launch The Sun Sign School with Barbara Dunn, Maggie Hyde, Stephanie Johnson, Susan Miller, Joanne Madeline Moore, Victor Olliver and Penny Thornton.

Jessica’s website is