Harmonics day, celebrating the life and works of Charles Harvey
On Saturday, 14th November 2020, it is the Urania Trust’s 50th birthday. In memory of one of its founders, the later astrologer, Charles Harvey, the trust is holding an on-line day on harmonics.
Harmonics was Charles Harvey’s passion. Speakers include Dr. Crystal Addey, Tim Addey, Dr. Nick Campion, David Cochrane, Jonathan Powell, David Hamblin, Mike Harding, Babs Kirby, Christeen Skinner and Sue Tompkins.
The fee is £20 and includes access to video recordings for 28 days.
If you would like to book, go to https:/www.astrologicalassociation.com/event-day/
Sun in Scorpio month from 22 October to 21 November
Mali Oral Tradition
“We are about to go on a journey to an underground world, the world of meanings, hidden beneath the appearance of things, the world of symbols where everything is significant, where everything speaks to those who can hear.”
Themes for the month
The astrological energies continue to be very challenging. Many are concerned about their health and their livelihoods. It seems like one step forward, and then one step backwards.
“Life has many ways of testing a person’s will, either by having nothing happening at all or by having everything happen at once.” Paolo Coelho. This is another theme which may be noticeable now.
Generosity of spirit, and helping each other, are strong now. Whether we are working in the health professions, or cooking food for people lacking in funds, or helping in other ways, these difficult times are bringing out the best in many of us.
Communication and strong opinions
We are divided in our opinions at the moment. Extremism, while always there, has been raising its ugly head, and is showing up this month. So, here is a quote from Tolstoy, which is worth thinking about.
“Free thinkers are those who are willing to use their minds without prejudice and without fearing to understand things that clash with their own customs, privileges, or beliefs. This state of mind is not common, but is essential for right thinking.”
Can this way of thinking become more common?
Which planets can you see over the next month?
It is usually quite difficult to see Mercury, but the days around 10th November are an excellent time to see it, as long as you look soon before the Sun rises. So take your chance then! You will continue to see Venus, bright as a morning star too during the month.
While astrologers do not take much notice of them, this is a good time of year to see meteor showers, and they can be spectacular! Meteor showers give us a show of shooting stars. In October, it is the Orionids that are on display, and in November, it is the Leonids and the Taurids. These shooting stars are small particles which enter our atmosphere and are the remnants left behind by comets. If there are clear skies in the middle of November, it is dark Moon time, and this is the best time to see them.