Pamela will explore this fascinating asteroid, looking at the talents and talons of what might be our darkest Dark Moon.
The Dark Moon Waltermath is ancient and archaic and wild. Finding this Dark Moon asteroid in your chart is about finding that place where one of the oldest parts of our being meets, greets and treats with the 21st Century.
The Dark Moon’s position in our horoscope offers a gateway into our own personal unconscious. Astrologer Pamela Armstrong will talk about how this can reveal to us, if we so chose to look great self knowledge and self awareness.
Pamela Armstrong is a skyscape archaeologist and PhD candidate at the University of Bournemouth where she is researching Neolithic cosmology. Her MA from the University of Wales inc
Pamela is a committee member of Aquarius Severn. She has an M.A. in the celestial properties of ancient monuments from the Sophia Centre for the Study of Cosmology in Culture at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David. Her research included subjects ranging from Stellar Religions to Sacred Geography, Cosmology, Magic and Divination.
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