Agent 300 Rose Marcus

Agent 300 Rose Marcus

Agent 300 – Rose Marcus. Rose is an Evolutionary Astrologer and Clairvoyant based in Vancouver, Canada. She is a popular lecturer at conferences in Canada and the USA. Over the years, Rose has written for numerous publications and projects, including the daily forecast column for The Mountain Astrologer, 2007/2008. Her first book, “Insights into Evolutionary Astrologer” was published by Lewellyn Worldwide in 2010. The subject of her current book project is Chiron.
In addition to producing in-depth articles, monthly forecasts, and podcasts for her website, she is published weekly by Vancouver’s premier entertainment newspaper, The Georgia Straight, which is also available on-line:  On the last Wednesday of every month Rose discusses the transits for the month ahead on Guiding Stars Radio: Visit Rose’s website for information on webinars and private readings:

Location: Vancouver, BC

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The first few days of June should be a smooth sail thanks to Venus trine Jupiter and sun trine Saturn on June 3. Feel your way along, take advantage of good timing as best you can. June 5, Mars in Cancer surpasses an opposition with Pluto. Something has got to give – and it will. Mars/Pluto can be a push come to shove, breaking point transit. At an extreme, it can be a harsh reckoning transit, even destructive or violent. Having said that, Mercury retrograde in square aspect to Neptune can diffuse tensions. In fact, the day could bring a welcome relief in terms of a release of pressure or of getting over the hump. Covid restrictions are lifting in many places.

May opens with Sun/Uranus moving on to something fresh. By May 3, Sun/Saturn makes it over the hump and around that elusive, moving target corner. Mercury/Pluto (trine May 2) and Venus/Pluto (trine May 6) also set a productive backdrop for moving onto a next page. Despite ongoing challenges, there’s can be a general sense of gaining better ground.