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Why Intuitive Sidereal Astrology?

Because we know you are made of Stardust! The Sidereal chart is a Celestial Blueprint, a mirror of the heavens at the moment of birth, connecting a child to their unique symphony of universal energy on the Web of Life. It's all about you, literally!

It's your personal energy footprint on the Universe and a toolbox for successfully navigating through the Web of Life!

Our job is to discover and interpret those unique connections for you in our Stardust Coaching Session, and how they will best serve you in this lifetime to achieve:


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What is Sidereal Astrology?

Unlike western (gregorian calendar) astrology, the sidereal natal chart takes hard science into account.

As Mother Earth performs Her annual dance around the Sun, the Solar Year loses 0.4 seconds.

Its value adds greater accuracy, and that could make the difference between a Sun sign, or an important

planetary Aspect in one of the twelve Houses, aTrine or a Square in a natal chart, and rob you of some very valuable holistic knowledge. We go the extra mile, because we want to give you the best holistic experience and opportunities for success. xoxo

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In 1543, mathematician and astronomer Copernicus published his major work on heliocentric theory, On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres, deducing that the Earth and planets revolve around the Sun. He was found guilty of heresy by Pope Urban VIII and placed under house arrest for the rest of his life. He perfected his work, smuggled it out, and another astronomer picked up where he left off.

In 1600, philosopher and mathematician Giordano Bruno, known for his cosmological theories that extended the Copernican model, proposed that stars are distant suns, and the universe is infinite. He was found guilty of heresy by the Roman Inquisition and burned at the stake - but not before he made sure his other science buddies got the goods. Absolved by the Vatican in 2000, he is now revered as a Martyr for Science.