The Winter Solstice of 2020 is remarkable, and rare, and it sets the tone for the first half of 2021. What can we expect? Metaphysical astrologer Stephen Poplin refers to it as a progressive wave of potential that we spiritual “surfers” can ride. He explores the alignment of Jupiter and Saturn at the beginning of Aquarius which marks the start of a twenty-year economic and cultural cycle, among other significant societal and individual changes and opportunities.
While some of these sky patterns affect nations and civilizations, they also can affect us on a personal level--if we pay attention. Learn how to use lunar cycles to your benefit, and explore how the planets above represent our memories within. Understand the influence that the stars and planets can have on us and yet still allow us to use free will. We will take a look at the charts of nations, like the United States--born on the 4th of July. Join Stephen for this fun and insightful cosmic “whether” report, and learn how you can use these celestial energies to spiritually and personally grow and prosper!
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Stephen Poplin, M.A., calls himself a practical mystic. He is an astrologer, hypnotherapist, past life regressionist, Tarot reader and an interFaith minister. He is the author of several books on spirituality. He first moved to Virginia Beach, VA , in 1981 to study the Edgar Cayce readings. During his 9 years here, he gave talks at the A.R.E. on Astrology and the Cayce philosophy. He was also a college instructor (philosophy & humanities) in Virginia, California and Germany. He now has a private practice in Virginia Beach, and travels frequently--giving talks and leading seminars. He was the co-director of the Astrology Institute West in SF, CA, as well as the former International Director of the Michael Newton Institute.