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Talk Cosmos 01 – 25 – 20 Chinese New Year Inspire The Dream – Rae Sapp

Coinciding with the 2020’s Chinese New Year, Talk Cosmos will introduce the Aquarius archetype with the subject: Metal Rat Inspires the Dream.

“The Chinese calendar’s 4000 years old and based on the lunar cycle so the first day of Chinese New Year begins on the Aquarius new moon appearing between 21 January and 20 February,” said Sue Rose Minahan, host of this fascinating radio show, adding,”Their 12-year cycle order of animals are the: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig. The Year of the Rat initiates new beginnings. Their are 5 elements: wood, fire, earth, metal, water. Going forward they are supportive by generating interactions and in the other reverse direction, they can assist in overcoming interactions.”

Helping the conversation along will be guest, Rae Sapp of Nevada City, California. Rae is a certified evolutionary astrologer (she prefers the term Astromancer), and offers in-person consultations at her artist studio The Witchway Cafe in Grass Valley, CA. Rae’s the Office Circulation Manager of the well-renown Mountain Astrologer Magazine with an international circulation keeping astrologers world-wide and the world’s most recognized and respected Western astrology journal.


Join your host, Sue Rose Minahan, as she discusses the orchestra of life that is the Cosmos. Astrological archetypes and their related cycles take the center stage as Sue navigates the unconscious patterns that represent humanity’s collective experiences, carried from time’s past into the present. Each week brings a guest joining Sue in a conversation deliberating and sharing their astrological or life perspective on a subject involving the month’s archetype and cycle.

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