My mother was born in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1954. My biological grandmother was only 16 years old when she brought my mother into this world. She could not afford to care for her so she gave my mother up for adoption. My mother became an orphan, but thankfully, she was adopted by a loving couple who later became the grandparents I would grow up to know and love.
Fast-forward, to 2003, and my grandmother and grandfather died within 6 months of each other. Our family grieved for many years. Eventually, though, my mother and I wanted to know about our bloodline. In 2014, I purchased an ancestry kit for my mother from Ancestry.com. We discovered many things about our past, and this piqued my mother’s curiosity to dig deeper into our ancestry. She asked me to coordinate with Lutheran Social Services in Nebraska to find her biological mother. The next year, in 2015, I contacted Lutheran Social Services, and they were able to find my biological grandmother.
We learned an incredible amount of oral history from her over the telephone. Our ancestors were Bohemian Romani who escaped persecution by immigrating to the USA. When they first arrived, they earned their living by reading palms, reading the stars, and giving card readings with their clients in small wagons. Eventually, they left their Romani ways, and settled down as farmers on the east coast of the USA, and later, South Dakota and Nebraska.
I wanted to confirm the oral history, and indeed, discovered that my maternal lineage was from Bohemia, which is currently the Czech Republic. I was able to access this information from the ancestry department at the Denver Public Library.
In 2015, purchased a genetic kit from 23andMe, and I discovered that both my mother and I have Indian ancestry. We couldn’t understand how or why we had Indian ancestry, but we did. In 2016, I discovered, that the Romani are genetically, the “lost children of India”, and it made sense, finally, that my ancestral memory was what enticed me to study Jyotish in 2014.
Throughout this incredible discovery period of my life, I was in my Jupiter Mahadasha. I was a social worker in the medical field from 2008 to 2016, during this dasha period. I then started my Saturn Mahadasha in the Fall of 2016, and I transitioned from working for a company to starting my own company as an entrepreneur in private practice.
It didn’t last long, however. My first year in private practice, I earned the last amount of money in my career, and I was living below the poverty line. With the very little money I had saved, I used all of it, to hire a business coach in February of 2018 to help me identify my niche as a therapist and to learn how to market my services.
I did this for about 6 months, but in the summer I felt incredibly conflicted. I wanted to address racism in the world, ever since the murder of Heather Heyer at the Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville Virginia in 2017. After an entire summer of weighing my pros and cons, I finally decided to close my private practice in the Fall of 2018, and became an anti-racism coach. I created an entire curriculum and psychological theory to address racism from a trauma-informed standpoint.
I did this work, full-time, from November 2018 to October 2019. At the end of October, I felt a deep pull to transition my work from anti-racism to fortune-telling through Vedic Astrology. I sensed that my career as an anti-racism coach was about to end, and it did.
On November 26, 2019, I announced to all of my followers on social media, in particular Instagram, that I would end my career as an anti-racism coach, and start my full-time career as an astrologer and psychic. In other words, I left all of my professional background and experience behind me to finally embrace what gives me the most pleasure in life: fortune-telling. I come from a long line of Romani witches that were persecuted for being psychic.
It took time to heal the wounds of racial and spiritual persecution that my ancestors experienced. It also took time to heal the wounds of racial and spiritual persecution I have experienced in this incarnation. When the wounds had been healed, through several months of weekly psychotherapy sessions that included treatment through EMDR, I was able to heal from these traumas. After I healed, I was able to let go of all of the shame I had internalized from all of the racial and religious persecution I had experienced. I am now able to embrace all that I am without shame.
I am a hereditary witch of Bohemian Romani ancestry, who just so happens to be a licensed psychotherapist. I believe in what can be explained in science and what cannot be explained in divination. Psychology was my foundation and astrology is my future.
I was born April 2, 1979 at 11:30 a.m. in Brownsville, Texas, USA.
I have been studying astrology since December 21, 2012. Since then, I have interpreted over 500 natal charts.
I have studied under Joni Patry and Sanjay Rath. I am currently taking online courses from Visti Larsen, who is a Jaimini scholar of Sanjay Rath. I have learned extensive knowledge of the nakshatras by studying the published books of astrologers Vic DiCara and Dennis Harness, PhD. I have also learned extensive information about physical appearance, as published by Claire Nakti of Cosmetique astrology, on YouTube.
I own an extensive occult library of books and continue to learn something new every single day. My attitude and approach towards learning, is that I am quite discerning, and do not believe anything I have been taught unless it is tested in the field for reliability. I continually experiment and refine my astrological techniques and occult knowledge.
It is my deep desire, to use astrology to alleviate the suffering of humanity in this world, by teaching my clients their galactic identity, and destiny, so that they do not feel lost in the world.