I am delighted to announce the publication of my first book “Venus Pluto – Letters to Lost Lovers”.
It truly has been such a divinely blissful and creative time since I moved back to my beloved Courtmacsherry some weeks back. Not only have I been painting up a storm, but my long-awaited range of astrology jewellery was finally birthed and now my book is finally ready for you to read.
This book was first conceived shortly after the death of my late daughter Ruth’s father, David Seavers, in late 2017, aged just 58. His death was not entirely unexpected by either myself or Ruth. Nevertheless, it was one of those deaths which had a titanic aftershock in the lives of all those who knew and loved him.
The theme of the book is Venus Pluto. I am Venus square Pluto in my natal birth chart which literally means that, when relationships end, they end totally. It also indicates that when I love (Venus) I am intensely transformed by that love (Pluto).
That has happened each time I have loved in my life, even where close connection has not remained constant. I never felt it more than in those life-changing five days in Italy when an encounter with a passionate Italian changed me in ways I had never dreamt possible. That encounter showed me that a far more passionate vibrant life was waiting for me, if only I dared grasp it. And I did.
Much of the book is about moving to Italy. The book also explores the astrological transits I was going through at the time of each relationship commencing and the astrocartography of where the relationships and encounters took place. Many of you know by now that Neptune was trining Neptune in my transit chart at the time when I was moving to Italy. It meant that everything was effortless and dreamy and my photography business also became more creative. That creativity has continued to resonate through my life and this book is one of its outcomes!
When you read the book, I hope you learn something about how astrology can help you transform and intensify and deepen your life with greater meaning when in a relationship.