I’ve resisted offering astrological reports, because they generally are — at best — like supermarket reading glasses compared to prescription glasses that are tailored to your eyes. At worst, these reports are like wearing someone else’s glasses, and there are some pretty bad ones out there.
But I’ve come to realize that — like supermarket reading glasses — these computerized reports do have their place, and I’ve found several that I think are very useful. They are a helpful introduction for those who want to know more about astrology before they spend money on a full natal reading, and give some good information to those who want to work with their charts on their own.
I’m starting with a customized transit and progression report called SkyLog. Your SkyLog report is prepared for your specific birth date and time, and the delineations are written by Steven Forrest, a well-known astrologer whose work I respect.
For $20, you get a year of transits and progressions, divided into three sections — The Invitation (the broad perspective — major transits and progressed aspects), The Means (secondary supporting or challenging factors) and The Details (monthly and daily aspects). Each of these sections is organized chronologically rather than by planet, which makes the report easy to use, and it’s all relatively jargon-free. The length of the report varies, depending on the aspects your chart is currently receiving, but is usually between 30 and 80 pages. It is emailed to you as a pdf.
Purchase it using this button, then use the contact form to send me your birth information and email — you’ll be taken to the contact form after payment. I’ll have your report to you within 48 hours.