Tell Me A Story (There are only six) – Part 1

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All good stories have a challenge that needs to be resolved, and the astrological chart gives us a very simple way of sorting out those challenges. It all comes down to the opposition. We’ll start with the 1-7 story:

Relationships

The 1st House tells about me. It tells how I approach situations, how I start new ventures, and it tells how I tend to see the world.

The 7th House describes the qualities that I don’t feel I possess myself so I am looking to find them in somebody else. It tells something about ‘you’ and something about what I perceive is the ‘us’ in the relationship.

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Gift Certificate for an Astrology Reading

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Looking to give someone a unique, thoughtful, and highly personalized gift? Consider surprising your recipient with the gift of an Astrology Reading.

By clicking the link below, you will be taken to a secure site where you can make your purchase. Your transaction will generate a unique Coupon Code. You will have the option to print a certficate which you may enclose in your own gift card.

Simple.

Click here to begin. When asked for name, phone and email, please enter yours.

Advanced Forecasting Workshop

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Grow your astrological understanding this summer! Alison Price will lead sessions on Eclipse Cycles, and Toby Aldren will coach you through the use of Primary Directions. Plus, we’ve expanded this year to include a Friday evening session — a fun round of Astro Drama: Watch your chart come alive! The Saturday workshop is at the advanced level, yet Friday evening is open to all. Book now to reserve your spot! Continue reading

Michelle Berting Brett and the Carpenters – Part 4

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In the previous three posts, we’ve been looking at connections in the astrological charts of today’s performer Michelle Berting Brett and the legendary Karen Carpenter. Michelle is currently starring in We’ve Only Just Begun: Carpenters Remembered, a tribute to the music of that famous brother and sister duo, Richard and Karen Carpenter. When any performer gravitates to the work of another, there has undoubtedly got to be some astrological “synastry” in the mix. That is certainly the case here. Michelle’s fondness for the Carpenters, and her desire and determination to celebrate their music, is literally shown in the stars.

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