Saturday 15th September 2018
2-5pm

South Melbourne Town Hall Theatrette – VENUE CHANGE until further notice
208 — 220 Bank Street, South Melbourne
Melways ref: 2K C2-C3 or 57G1.
Trams: 1, 12 or 96. Bus: 236.

ALL WELCOME
Members $10
Non-Members $18

Sedna Consciousness,
the Soul’s Path of Destiny

presented by Alan Clay

Discover the evolutionary spiritual power of Sedna, the new esoteric outer limit of our solar system. Learn of the profound implications, both for society and for each of us individually, as she approaches her closest point to Earth.

In this presentation, Alan Clay shares the research from his recently published book on Sedna. Alan draws the connection between Sedna and the centaur, Pholus, because they both have a ‘space weathering’ process that turns the surface of each red, so they both have to do with growth and illumination. And he links it with Ceres, because they both likely have internal oceans, so they both speak of a nurturing process. And with Saturn, because their daily rate of spin is the same, so they have the same day to day practical perspective and both speak of limits.

Alan enjoys interactive discussion and will be happy to give feedback on particular placements or aspects as questions arise. … If possible, bring your natal chart with Sedna

Alan ClayAbout the Speaker
Alan Clay is a New Zealand astrologer, and an award winning film director and novelist.

For over 30 years he has conducted a deep research into people through his extensive work as a clown teacher.

For the past two years he has been researching a book on Sedna, which includes a comprehensive aspect analysis using all the new dwarf planets. Titled ‘Sedna Consciousness, the Soul’s Path of Destiny’, his book was launched this year at UAC in Chicago. Alan will also be lecturing on Sedna this October at the State of The Art Astrology Conference in New York State.

Contact Alan: alan@artmedia.net.nz
More information: www.sednaconsciousness.com

————————————————-

Upcoming Speakers:

October

Michelle Proctor
Saturday 20th October 2018, 2-5 pm
The View from November 2018 Towards 2020

November

Kerry Galea
Saturday 17th November 2018, 2-5 pm
AstroPlay: Bringing the Chart Down to Earth

————————————————-

NOTE: Venue Change
from July 2018 until further notice:

South Melbourne Town Hall Theatrette
208 — 220 Bank Street, South Melbourne

Melways ref: 2K C2-C3 or 57G1
Trams: 1, 12 or 96.
Bus: 236

Best parking at South Melbourne Community Centre in Ferrars Place,
which is a 5 min walk to the Town Hall.