This Week’s Featured Reader is JuliAnne, aka “Genuine Guidance. She is a full time Astrologer, Tarot and Lenormand card reader. She combines those disciplines with her intuitive ability to give you insight. She has close to 30 years experience in these areas and has advised thousands both in person at her home office as well as on the net.
JuliAnne is down to earth, pragmatic and is known for not painting a blissful picture if that is not what she’s being shown. She feels that there is always a reason for what you are experiencing in life, and that you can can explore those things together, to help you get to where you need to be, not necessarily what you want at the moment of your call!
Her specialty is Horary Astrology. This branch of astrology deals with specific questions that can be answered with high accuracy, as well as timing, by casting a chart for the time the question is asked.
For those who read their daily horoscope and find that most of it is general in its delivery – there is a good reason for this: it is written for the masses not for you in particular!
Sure, there may be some things that will come to the fore on any given day/week/month in these solar based predictions, but, there is no better way to see how your day may pan out than looking at your diurnal chart.
A diurnal chart is quite simply your personalized horoscope for any particular day in your life. This is due to the way a diurnal chart is calculated.
Can your natal chart show that you may have multiple marriages? What are the indicators, and what will be activated at the time you get married again? This can be seen in your chart!
I wrote an article at the beginning of the year outlining Jennifer Aniston’s chart and what was going when she married Brad Pitt. She has recently remarried, so it should be interesting to see if she had indications again that she would marry.
This week’s question comes from a client who has been in a long distance relationship for the past 7 months.
Things have been going well and even though they live in difference countries, they’ve made time to see each other at least twice a month.
But a recent death in the family prompted her to reach out to him, hoping he would be there for her when she needed him. Not only did he not come, he didn’t seem supportive at all.
She felt that he was annoyed with her for “expecting him to drop everything” and ended the conversation on a sour note.
Often when I am perusing discussion forums or websites that have questions about astrology, I see the most common one: “How does (insert zodiac sign here) get along with (insert other zodiac sign here)?”
I do see some trying to take a stab at answering, giving the typical, “…you are both Fire signs, so you should get along great” response.
Not only are these nuggets of wisdom misleading to the novice who is reading them, but, just comparing the Sun signs of two individuals as the end all of whether they would make a great couple is a disservice to astrology.
Did you know that your natal chart can give insight into any area of your life at any given time? Most of the questions that I get are of course, about romance and when it may present itself.
Others just want to cut to the chase and know, “Will I marry? If so, when?” Yes, your chart can show this!
As an astrologer, the first thing I would look at is the condition of your 7th house. The 7th house in astrology rules marriage or bonded relationships.
Astrology has many uses and can answer most any question one may have. One area of life that astrology can be quite helpful is gaining insight into what your chart shows you have an aptitude for career wise.
Most of my readings tend to involve questions about relationships. However, I have seen more and more people who want to know what their chart has to say about career.
Some just want to know when they will get a job, others want to know something deeper – what type of profession they should pursue.
I have gotten this question from young people who are in their second or third year of college and feel what they thought they wanted to do is not necessarily as fulfilling as they dreamed. Others are those in mid life or who have raised children and now want to focus on what their purpose may be.