Welcome to The Aquarium Age
Part of astrology's power and perhaps the reason it seems to survive the tides of cultural change is its ability to contextualize life events. Astrology delineates cycles and that can be a comfort, especially if we are in a bad patch and desperately in need of reassurance that patch will not last forever. But more importantly, astrology speaks to the soul -- it tells the personal story as part of a much larger universal story, and that expanded vision has the power to both soothe and inspire. Telling an individual story through a larger archetypal or mythological framework offers the possibility of connection, direction, and purpose.
Astrologer, Ralfee Finn
Committed to compassion, knowledge, and growth, Ralfee brings the gifts of clarity and common sense to the often-confusing waters of metaphysics and new age philosophy.
View video "Finding the Stars in the City" at Hayden Planetarium, American Museum of Natural History, NYC.
For the last several years I’ve been teaching a course at Hunter College, City University of New York, entitled The Sacred Sky: Astrology in World Religion. Recently, I participated in a conference held at the Hayden Planetarium, here in New York City, where I presented a video of interviews with former students about how the course changed their awareness of the sky.