A B O U T M E stay starry-eyed
A S T R O L O G E R
I got into Astrology in the catacombs of my University library, while accidentally chancing upon a book on Renaissance astronomy and its world of polymaths, omens, and stars. At first, the precepts of Astrology seemed quite unlike the philosophical universe I was supposed to be writing about—the one of logical rules hung up like salty fish along reason's tight string. But I've come to see that both systems--heavenly and sublunar--are governed by deep, predictable patterns.
I've taken this insight into my professional Astrology and Tarot practice, third-eye fully open to the deep cosmic alignments and principles that structure our experience of time. Life seems convoluted and non-linear, but Astrology can clarify one's sense of place in the greater cosmic order.
T A R O T R E A D E R
Known as the art of making the possible probable through the power of intention, the Tarot is made up of 78 cards, each one representing a different archetype, from the Empress (maternal abundance) to the Tower (catastrophe and change) and all else in between. Drawing from these archetypes and reflecting on their various significations is a way to get clarity around romance, work, family, and friends.