planets quaoarThe Key to Spiritual Evolution

The June 4, 2002, discovery of Quaoar makes it the largest planetary body to be found in the Solar System since Pluto was discovered in 1930. Located billions of miles from Earth and beyond the orbit of Pluto, this 800-mile wide ball of rock and ice opens up a new chapter in both astronomy and astrology in the 21st Century.

For astrologers this signifies that the transpersonal planets of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto now have a sibling transpersonal planet whose profound depths we can only begin to imagine. Quaoar (pronounced KWAH-o-wahr) will reshape the way we think about ourselves, our spiritual evolution, and our place in The Universe.

Western astrologers around the world will be taking careful note of Quaoar as Western astrology is the only astrological system in the world which accepts new planetary bodies and reformulates itself to take into account the meanings and insight a new planet brings.