Cosmobiology - keeping an eye on the future
Hi, my name is Glorija Lawrence, I am a professional astrologer with over 30 years of experience practising Cosmobiology.
I am putting together two self paced courses to teach you Cosmobiology and an ongoing series of Masterclasses.
The courses will include over two house of videos and much information to download to view on the screen or print out. Read more...
Cosmobiology is the correlation between the cosmos and the individual, in terms of our psychological make up and the accurate timing of events in our life.
It is a branch of astrology which integrates a holistic approach. It can be used in any form for improving our life’s journey. Read more...
Watch Glorija's latest Masterclass on the British Royal Family.
In this 30 mins quality video Masterclass Glorija delves back one hundred years or so to see how closely aligned the Astrology charts and the reality of the life really are, and we look forward to the next hundred years and have a look at what might be in store for the British Royal Family and the best known monarchy in the world.
At around 2.23 pm on Tuesday 25th November, 2014, cricketer Phillip Joel Hughes was struck by a sickening blow to the back of the head by a high flying bouncer from a New South Wales fast bowler.
Two days later he died in a Sydney hospital. He never regained consciousness. What started out as an ordinary day in the lives of Australian cricketers and their fans, ended in tragedy.
Hughes, playing for the South Australian Redbacks cricket team, had flown in from Sydney with his team mates on Monday afternoon to play against New South Wales in a crucial cricket match where players were vying for a spot on the Australian team to play in the up and coming test series against India.
Phil Hughes was born and raised in the township of Macksville, 502 km north of Sydney, between Coff’s Harbour and Port Macquarie, on 30th November, 1988. He grew up on the family banana plantation.
He knew from an early age that he wanted to be a cricketer. He practised a lot and put in the hard yard. His mother would spend countless hours at the local hotel selling raffle tickets to raise money to fund her son’s passion. Read More...