Saturn and the Galactic Centre – Gill Dorren

16th October 2017 – 7:00pm

In April this year a worldwide telescope THE EVENT HORIZON tried to take the first photographs of the Black Hole at the centre of our Galaxy and Saturn just happened to be hovering around the late degrees of Sagittarius at the time, nearly conjunct the Black Hole. The results of the experiment will be known towards the end of this year; perhaps when Saturn moves to conjunct this degree again after being retrograde since April. Gill will discuss this synchronicity in the Heavens, and Saturns’ role in the discovery of the Outer Planets. Is Saturn the planet of boundaries or really the planet which helps us transcend our limitations?

Gill Dorren is Treasurer of the Lodge and has been studying and practising Astrology for 30 years. She has particular interests in Cosmology (past and present) and is keen to fuse astrology with current cosmological theory. And has given many lectures on this at the Lodge. She also loves the history of the 17th century and helped organise the Astrologers Feast to celebrate the Lodges’ centenary at the Painters Hall, the original venue from the 17th century.

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