February 15, 2016
What does the future hold for this cosmically inspired, brilliantly conceived, ancient language? Will upcoming major transits promote or diminish its validity, popularity and usefulness? Are there any unresolved astrology or astrologer issues being projected into the public, which could create trust issues for the profession or its professionals? Can we anticipate having this universal wisdom become an integral part of how corporations and governments perceive their roles in society and conduct themselves? What about innovatively utilizing the entertainment and multi-media industries as launch pads for sharing this body of knowledge? Join my three fabulously renowned international astrologer guests, Jessica Adams, Joanne Madeline Moore, and Victor Olliver, as they glimpse into the future and explore the world’s greatest gift to achieving self-awareness and individuation. A S T R O L O G Y truly addresses The Theory of Everything !!!
Jessica Adams began her Astrology career as an astrologer at Elle and Vogue magazines. She is a Contributing Editor at Cosmopolitan magazine in England, and the astrologer for The Australian Women’s Weekly in Melbourne and the British website Get The Gloss. Her series Handbag Horoscopes was published worldwide. She also wrote a fashion astrology column for Bloomingdales in New York. Her books include Essential Astrology For Women. Her website jessicaadams.com draws 1 million unique visitors every year. It contains services such as the Eastern Astrology forecast Chinascopes and her divination tool The Astrology Oracle. As of April 2015, Jessica’s website was in the Top 20 astrology sites globally (Alexa). Jessica graduated with a Bachelor of Arts specializing in Religious Studies, Ancient Civilizations and Philosophy from the University of Tasmania, Australia. She is listed on the Tasmanian Government’s index of Significant Tasmanian Women and is in The Who’s Who of Australian Women.
Born with Uranus on the Midheaven and Jupiter rising, Joanne Madeline Moore spent her teenage years working as an actress in Australian film, television and theatre. She was then bitten by the travel bug and decamped to foreign shores where she studied macrobiotics and shiatsu in London; meditated at Stonehenge; explored the medinas of Marrakech; lived with gypsy poets in the caves above Granada, Spain; and was blessed by a Balian priest during a lunar eclipse at Kalibukbuk, Indonesia. But the astrology muse kept calling … Joanne has a Practitioner’s Certificate, from the Federation of Australian Astrologers, and a BA degree in journalism from Deakin University, Australia. She has been a professional astrologer and writer since 1994 and her daily, weekly and yearly horoscopes are currently syndicated in over 30 newspapers and magazines in Canada, the United Kingdom, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the South Pacific. Her weekly, monthly and yearly horoscopes are at www.BohoAstro.com.
Victor Olliver is the editor of The Astrological Journal, published by the Astrological Association in the UK since 1959, and the astrologer-columnist of The Lady society magazine – he was appointed its first stargazer in its 125-year history in 2011. His 2015 article triggered a national media storm in response to his interview with the astrology-supporting Member of Parliament David Tredinnick. Winner of two UK Periodical Publishers Association awards for his celebrity and travel magazine journalism, Victor has written and edited for numerous international publications including Mirror Group, the Daily Mail company, Marie Claire, and Australia Women’s Weekly. He has a distinction diploma in natal and mundane astrology from UK’s Mayo School, and is the author of the annual Lifesurfing forecasting book. He has a small clientele of business, theatrical and political figures as a consultant astrologer, and specializes in Western tropical methodologies, forecasting and event analysis.
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