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"The reading was a partnership between the two of us; she did not simply recite planetary signs and meanings, but had a conversation with me, continually asking what I made of what she saw, and what I thought I could do to change the things I want to change.

When the names of other people in my life came up, she quickly looked up their charts on her computer and commented on their roles in my life -- painting a fuller picture of where I was, where I wanted to go, and how I could get there.

What was impressive was that Elisabeth took all the planets, people, and situations that made up my life and created a context for them all that was positive, hopeful, and exciting!

She has a lovely personality, a sharp wit, and a gift for astrological interpretation."

--Bill W.
New York

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Astro-logical Forecast for Wednesday 6/6/2012

Another day of forging ahead, climbing that mountain, executing that strategy. Moon continues through enterprising Capricorn, supported by an easy connection from action-oriented Mars at 12:33PM ET. Yes, there is a challenge to the Moon from stern Saturn at 10:29PM ET, which may end your day with a serious focus.  Be aware that willful Mars clashes with the Sun (ego drives) tomorrow at 10:30PM ET, suggesting a build up of tension that ends in a sudden burst of energy. A trip to the gym or other physical work out could be a very good thing indeed…

Meanwhile…surprise! Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin gets to keep his job, as many predicted he would.   So what’s the surprise? First, that it wasn’t such a close call at all. With 93% of precincts reporting as of 12:08AM, Walker got 53.9% of the vote; Barrett got 45.5%. Not surprising: more women voted for Barrett than Walker. Super-duper surprising: a majority of voters — presumably those who also voted for Walker — said if the election were held today, they would vote for Obama over Romney.  Conclusion: as much as we may say we want change, it is hard to actually make a change. Perhaps that is why so much change seems to come from external sources, rather than from within. Hmmmm…