I am a full-time professional practicing astrologer. Proud to call myself that, after many years of study and practice.
It’s been a long road. And I’ve studied with the best. When Kepler College opened in Seattle, Washington offering Liberal Arts degrees in the study of astrology and it’s place history and world cultures, I signed on for their M.A. program. One of the intentions of the school was to create a standard of academic credentials for academic professionalism for astrologers. It was an amazing program with a staff of amazing teachers. Lee Lehman, Robert Hand, Demetra George, Dennis Harness, Bruce Scofield, Georgia Stathis are a few of the teachers and most highly-respected names in the astrological community whom I count among my mentors.
In my own chart, with Jupiter in the ninth house in Pisces with favorable aspects to Uranus and Mercury, I am drawn to all things aesthetic and philosophical. And with connections to the mid-heaven and the north node, it’s probably my destiny to continue learning and growing and to teach and share.
And now I’ve written a book, The Jupiter Advantage. It’s a big book. Dense with examples and over 150,000 words. It took me three years to write it, and I am almost done. The purpose is both to inform and entertain.
If you are interested in astrology, at a level beyond just your Sun sign, The Jupiter Advantage is a great next step.
I am a project manager for the Alexandria iBase Project. Alexandriaibase.org. The Alexandria iBase Project (AIP) is a 501C3 non-profit. Its mission is to compile and preserve a comprehensive and well-categorized library catalogue of astrological resources and materials, available for everyone to use and enjoy at no charge.
I am also a past president and current board member of the Aquarian Organization of Astrologer, (AOA-KC). The AOA is the center of all things astrology in Kansas City, so whether you are a teacher or a learner, it’s a great place to network with like minded souls, share your skills and learn something new.