2017 Online Summit Presentation
An Astrological Look at Eris in 2020
Henry is sharing about Eris (newly discovered and named as of 2006) finding this is quite powerful in charts – as powerful as Pluto. A Feminine Warrior for soul intention.
Eris – Uranus was exact (conjunction) in June 2016 and in March 2017; quite a time for revolutionary activity and unexpected developments. The Trump presidency itself can be seen as a disruption in the status quo, and plenty of revolutionary activity in this timeframe – from Bernie Sanders to the Resistance movement by liberals.
The Eris – Uranus conjunction lasts until 2020 using the 15-degree orb for outer planet conjunctions proposed by Tarnas in his Cosmos and Psyche.
In the December 21, 2020 chart – the first exact Jupiter-Saturn conjunction, features Eris-Pluto square, further implying major societal transformation.
The next U.S. presidential election will be important either a more conservative empowerment or a truly liberal resurgence.
The most exciting thing about 2020 is the years leading up to that date. The preparation for 2020.
Henry Seltzer has a graduate degree in Linguistics and has studied Computer Science, and attended MIT as an undergraduate, but his real study is Astrology and Tarot. Henry’s study of Astrology began with an interest in Jungian psychological symbolism in 1975. He was immediately fascinated by how accurately the planetary patterns reflect individual psychological reality. He believes Astrology is a window from the material world into the spiritual. Because Astrology is based on concrete observable phenomena, and yet makes use of this data in an entirely different way, it forms a bridge between the scientific materialistic world view and that of the Artistic, the Esoteric, and the Spiritual.
Henry began to work within this remarkable field of study, and to share his insights with other people, and in 1985 created the computer program that eventually became Time Passages. His goal was to make generally available the information that Astrology can provide. By making it easier for people to explore their own and other people’s charts, or “horoscopes”, Henry hoped that anyone could gain greater self-knowledge and also that the world-shaking information that Astrology really does work would spread.