Visual Analysis

In the symbolic language of astrology, physical traits are linked to character. These physical attributes can be read backwards to describe personality traits and physiological attributes. Visual analysis is a highly developed skill, which can be used to judge an opponent’s potential weaknesses and modes of operation. For example, if a person in question has a thick neck, he or she will think deliberatively, be stubborn, fixed and not easily swayed. This could be good or bad, depending.

Visual analysis is also useful in the training of doctors, to alert them to potential weaknesses in their patients; during triage situations doctors could be trained to see potential physical weaknesses of unconscious patients. At this time, for example, a patient with a high brow ridge suggests a cardinal sign person: physiologically aggressive with a lot of energy, prone to cerebral hemorrhaging and stroke. A thin, nervous, mutable sign patient will be: changeable, capricious, fickle, malleable, and prone to problems with their: lungs, hands, shoulders and feet. The patient with a thick neck, a fixed sign person will: deliberate slowly, be moody, and suspicious; will be prone to spine, heart, neck, high blood pressure and reproductive disorders.

Sidereal Astrology

Sidereal Astrology is based on the location of the constellations in the sky, but varies from Tropical Astrology by measurements of approximately seven degrees, and a whole sign. In Vedic parlance this is called “the ayanamsha”: Sidereal Astrology gives another dimension of character analysis.

Vedic Astrology

Vedic Astrology is a sidereal astrology. It offers numerous harmonic charts, of which the most often used are called: the rashi chart, which deals with the current life, and the navamsha chart, which specifically describes a person’s marital partners and hidden talents. Vedic Astrology excels in subtlety beyond any other type of astrology. It offers techniques specific to it, like dashas and other timing techniques. Vedic Astrology has many more aspects than Tropical Astrology and has lunar mansions, called, “nakshatras”, where planets display their properties. Planets broadcast through specific nakshatras. Each nakshatras has a specific image, similar to individual patterns on stained glass windows in a church. One nakshatra’s image may be a funeral cot, another a bow and arrow- which shoots far, and yet another: a quivering green leaf. When a planet shines its meaning through each nakshatra, it does so within the limitation of that particular image or idea. This is remarkable.

Vedic charts also have planetary combinations called yogas. The rules for yogas have been passed down in an unbroken chain for four thousand years and are as precise as legal doctrine. Planetary rulers of houses are combined to determine such things: as fame, poverty, intelligence and beauty. The Vedic reading will cover: the rashi and navamsha charts, and use of timing mechanisms called dashas, as well as transits of planets in the sky, and other effects, like eclipses.

Tropical Astrology

Tropical Astrology is based on the vernal equinox: the portion of the year which marks the beginning of spring, which begins at zero degrees Aries. This system is what most people commonly call “Modern Astrology.”

British Astrology

There has been a strong tradition in England of using Western astrology in a way peculiarly British. Queen Elizabeth, the First and the royal family of  England have always used the services of astrologers for such things as their: coronations, marriages, the initial timing for  the placement of  the cornerstones of  important buildings-like cathedrals, and when plotting the fall of their enemies. There is also a tradition in England of casting what are called, decumbiture charts: the charts cast for when people first take to their bed, or realize they are sick. British astrologers such as Nicholas Culpepper, used these charts to determine what disease afflicted their patients, and what planetary factors made them sick. Certain herbs connected to the planet giving disease, or its polar opposite, were used by the astrologer-herbalist, to balance what were then called, “the humors of the patient”. This kind of astrological herbalism using, “temperament,” was prevalent for many hundreds of years in England specifically, and in other parts of the world.

Under this heading of British techniques, I offer the choice of the: natal chart, with some timing effects of the current planets, the progressed chart: two double wheeled charts: natal on progressed, and progressed on natal, which give the timing for the year, the solar return chart: another timing chart for the year, and chart comparisons between individuals, these can be of one person to another, or of a person to a thing, like a corporation.

British Rectification Astrology

Rectification is a specialty of mine, from the physical characteristics of a person, and events in their life, I fashion, what I believe to be, a chart of exactly when they were born. This is done when the client has no time of birth.

The visual characteristics of a person can be used to determine the exact time of birth if their birth time has been lost, or is unknown. Rectification is time intensive, but necessary if a client wants my complete services. Exact timing builds the most useful chart for the client. Without an exact chart, I cannot do a complete astrological workup and the client loses out. Often a rectified chart is expensive because it takes a long time to build, but the client will find the cost worthwhile.

Greek Astrology

Greek Astrology is a specific type of tropical astrology which passed from Egypt to Greece, in approximately  400 B.C.. It is useful in describing the potentiality of: fame, character traits, and effects which secretly underlay a tropical chart. The Greeks had their own ideas about certain planetary standings described in a theory they called, “sect.”  The Greek chart of the year isolates a specific planet to give predictions for the year ahead, but many other techniques are involved in this astrology.

Tropical Mundane Astrology

This astrology delineates the charts of countries. In them, the head of the country: president or monarch and, the electorate, are astrologically dealt with. In Mundane Astrology, the same techniques which are used in natal charting are used in a different way.  In Mundane Astrology, predictions and analysis can be made about the potential enemies of a country, its electorate and the political factions. Predictions can be made of when certain things might happen, as perhaps, when a recession might form. If a corporation wants to move their factories to a foreign country this kind of chart would be key.

Electional Astrology

These are charts set by me, to specifically bring about a precise affect. This is done by capturing the chart of the best time possible. For example, the best time to open a business, have an operation or get married. The most perfectly constructed electional charts are time consuming and expensive. I do offer more superficial electional charts for less cost.

Relocation Astrology

In Relocation Astrology a chart is cast for another location to see how a person might be affected if they live or have dealings there. An idea of what will befall them financially, emotionally, mentally or creatively in this new region can be given.

Corporate Astrology

This is a specialty of mine and involves analyzing the charts of corporations. Corporate charts can receive the same treatment as natal charts. They can be judged to see the effects of mergers, acquisitions, and dissolutions of that company.

Legal Astrology

In legal or trial situations, charts are cast for the beginning of the trial, for the lawyers and clients involved in the case. The jurors can be analyzed from their charts if they are available or from their physical attributes, to give insight. I can be hired for jury selection, where my skill of reading physiology backwards can describe their personalities.

Horary Astrology

Horary Astrology, is an astrology in which a chart is cast for the moment of a question. Using the precise rules of this astrology, the question asked can be answered. A client might ask; “Does so and so love me?” or “Will John Smith win a contest?”

An example from my own life occurred a few years ago, when on a rainy night, in my farmhouse, in Kentucky I realized my cell phone was lost. Around midnight, I cast the chart of the question: “Where is my cell phone?” This chart showed that there were two cell phones: one defunct; “combusted” plugged into my bedroom wall: the other, the one lost, described as being nine degrees away from the planet signifying me. In the chart, the phone was shown located in the fifth house: this is the house concerned with entertainment and was in the zodiacal sign, Scorpio. From this, I drew the conclusion that the phone was at the YMCA, in decent condition, near a bathroom. Nine hours later I called the front desk of the YMCA and asked if they had my cell phone. They did. They had found it and placed it behind the front desk, near the bathroom as I hypothesized from the chart.

In conclusion, I would like to point out that my skills are rare, in that they capture many different astrologies, techniques available therein and that, in me, you are getting an astrologer who has, for thirty five years done her own research as well as studied with top astrologers.