How astrology guided me in life.

Published September 23, 2013 by beyondastrology8

Back in 1994 I was fascinated by the idea of, having my chart read, unlike a psychic or a medium, a seasoned astrologer generates your personal astrology chart. It is amazing, much like a snow flake or a finger print, no two charts are the same.   Unlike your ‘horoscope’ in the local Cosmo Magazine, Your personal astrology is the map of your life that you came in to this world with, the moment you were born. Think of your mother being handed a scroll instead of a birth certificate.

Your day, month, year, exact time and location of your birth need to be very accurate to reflect the accuracy of your astrological mapping.

A chart can show the  individuals, personality, psychology, and time of events in ones life, like a marriage, births, moving, loss, inheritance and an idea of a career path.

A presidential chart

A presidential chart

Charts have layers. The Planets. The Zodiac signs. The Houses. and more, all of these dynamics, give the professional astrologer a ‘snap shot’ of what is going on, who the person is and what may or may not happen.

Thoughts of buying or selling real estate, going for a job interview or wondering about your children’s future can be a passionate exploration with the assistance of an astrology reading.

I have spent many years as a raving fan to my friends and family about the value of a good astrologer in your life. Now, it is time. It is time for me to become the student and take is seriously.  I want to truly help people with this ability. The schooling will take quite sometime but it feels good to Love What You Do!


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