What’s Going On? 2020?

April 21, 2020

As astrologers we learn to study cycles, and apply what we see in the heavens to life here on earth. Personally I have a lot of questions about what’s happening right now since I’ve never lived through a pandemic before, but here is what I do know: For the first time in 200 years Jupiter and Saturn will…

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The Trials and Tribulations of being a new Author

September 25, 2019

I launched Star Sisters  in the middle of June under a wonderful Jupiter aspect and to a heartwarming audience of about 70 people on a sunny Saturday night. Family, clients, students, friends, people who loved my twin, and a few strangers showed up to listen to me read for about an hour. The experience moved…

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Writing my Memoir, Star Sisters.

May 17, 2019

If someone had told me in 2008 when I impulsively went to take a class at the Loft Literary Center that I would be writing and publishing a memoir, I would have told them to stop being ridiculous.  If they’d told me that it would take over ten years to finish that book, more disbelief…

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Another Death Chart story

May 2, 2018

The year was 1969 and a college student I knew was studying astrology. We met for a practice session. Some of the things she told seemed very general, but she had deep insight into my early family life and the death of my mother. Almost immediately after that encounter I knew I would study astrology.  A…

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Portland’s Queer Astrology Conference

February 22, 2018

I’ve attended so many astrology conferences in my 40 years of practicing astrology that I’ve lost count, but never before have I attended a Queer Astrology conference. A number of months ago my daughter discovered the event online, and asked if I wanted to go. My answer was a resounding yes. I was signed up…

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A Super Moon

January 29, 2018

The full moon of 1/31/2018 is getting a lot of attention because the of the “Supermoon” effect.  That happens when the moon’s orbit around the Earth brings it closer to us than usual. The moon’s closest approach is called the “perigee,” and when that coincides with a full moon it appears larger and brighter than average in the winter…

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A Death Chart Story

December 4, 2017

Megan leaned forward and pulled another tissue from the box.  As she wiped her eyes a gust of cold air blew through the closed window of my office. “Feel that?” She said. “It’s Jerry’s ghost” she looked at me. “I feel him near me all the time.  Does the chart say anything about that?” I…

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Why an Astrological Retreat?

October 27, 2017

During the third week of October just as Jupiter, the planet of opportunity and expansion moved into Scorpio, the sign of transformation, I went to an astrological retreat just outside beautiful Zion park in Utah. Hosted by OPA, the Organization for Professional Astrology, the conference was called “The Art of Living and Dying.” 100 astrologers…

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Don’t Wait! Study Astrology Now!

October 3, 2017

  “I’ve been taking your classes for five solid years, and recently passed the Level Two NCGR training.” Jane told me, brushing her long brown hair off her forehead. She was sitting across from me in my bright cozy office. “How do I know when I’m ready to do readings for money?” “I think you’re ready now” I said,…

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Two Special Offers

September 25, 2017

Two months ago after using Yelp while traveling I decided to increase my visibility by advertising on their site. In particular I found what people wrote about their experiences very helpful. Yelp and I created a lovely site promoting my business. Check it out here: Within weeks I had four 5 star reviews. I…

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