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Bernadette Brady: The Idea of Soul – From Egypt to Hillman

Around the 24th century B.C.E. the concept of Soul was immortalised in stone by the Egyptians in the Pyramid text. Since that time the Soul has gone through many re writes, expressed as multiple or single, immortal and at times even mortal. Our personal beliefs around Soul reveal our attitude to life on Earth – are we referees or players in the complex game of life on Earth?

Bernadette Brady has worked as a professional astrologer since 1980 and, in this field, is also an internationally-recognized software designer, author, and lecturer. She has been honoured with major astrological awards in the UK, as well as the USA and Australia. She holds a Masters degree in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology BSU, UK. Her MA dissertation focused on the mapping of chaos theory and complexity science to astrology and developed into the book Astrology: A place in chaos (Wessex astrologer, 2006). In 2008 she became a tutor at Lampeter University, Wales in the MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology and is currently reading for her doctorate at Bath Spa University in determinism (fate) in western astrology.