Welcome to the Sydney Astrological Research Society

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I felt that it should be a society bound closely together by ties of spiritual beauty; that it should in no sense be parochial, but that it’s membership should include students from every corner of the Earth.

I felt that the stranger in our own land should be able to find friends the instant he arrived; that should any of us travel afar, we would be able to find friends also - in any corner of the Earth.
— Arthur De Dion, founder of SARS
 

MARCH TALK

Sedna Consciousness, the Soul’s Path of Destiny


WEDNESDAY mARCH 6 2019, 7PM @ SYDNEY MECHANics school of art (LEVEL 1)

 

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Sedna, a trans-Neptunian object, was discovered in November 2003. Originally called planet 90377, Sedna exists in the outermost reaches of our solar system in the Oort Cloud. It has a highly elliptical orbit with a period of 11,406 years, and its extreme distance and slow movement relative to Earth mean that Sedna was in one sign, Aries, from 1867 to 1968, moving into Taurus in 1968. In 2076, Sedna will be at her closest point to Earth since the end of the last Ice Age (i.e. the Neolithic Revolution) around 12,500 years ago.

Alan Clay speculates on Sedna’s meaning by applying methods that astrologers have employed with other newly discovered bodies: He considers its previous (in this case, epochal) cycles, its orbital and physical characteristics, and the events surrounding its discovery in 2003. Only secondarily does he include Sedna in mythology.

New Zealander Alan Clay has been a practising astrologer for over 40 years, with a background as a humanistic astrologer inspired by the work of Dane Rudhyar. Over the past 20 years this has broadened into a study of Chiron and the Centaurs and more recently into the newly discovered Dwarf Planets. His book, 'Sedna Consciousness, the Soul’s Path of Destiny’ was very well received at it’s launch at UAC in Chicago and reviewers have called it: 'a groundbreaking book’, ‘essential reading for astrologers’.'a well-written, well-researched, and easily readable book' and 'a treasure trove of information and inspiration’. Alan will be lecturing on Dwarf Planet Astrology at the FAA conference in Melbourne in January 2020.