About Debra DeLeo – Moolenaar

 

 

Who am I?

  • American lawyer (just retired), novelist, astrologer, and aspiring personal coach,
  • Living in Oxford, UK with my Dutch husband, two siamese cats, and adorable little dog,
  • Embarking on my new career with studies at the University of Cambridge,
  • Check me out on Facebook and Twitter.
  • For astrology readings please click here.
  • For an excellent article by Newsweek about me and my work, please click here.

What is Archetypal Assets?

Once upon a time, I found myself seriously down and out. Not only did I not have a job but I no longer had my health. I needed answers to questions I’d never before thought to ask and it wasn’t long before I discovered that in finding them, I’d travel to fantastically new and faraway places.

As the result of my journey, my blog has a wide-ranging remit to investigate the role of cosmological, astrological and astronomical beliefs, models and ideas in human culture, including the theory and practice of myth, magic, divination, religion, spirituality, politics and the arts – especially  literature.

Here are some of my favourites:

Psychoanalysis and Critical Literary Theory

A different take on Christmas

The Troubles of a Certain Mr A & the Predictive Technique of Firdaria

The Makings of a Good Character – Point of View – Belief

Best wishes,

Debra

 

10 Comments

  1. Hi Debra,
    thanks for visiting my Blog. I’ll have a closer look at your pages, writing and doing and lokk forward to folllow you.

    Have a great day and alovely weekend.

    Greetings from far North
    Dina

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  2. I have a question. I was born in 1952 and my birthday it says 9 p.m. and in those days they weren’t very accurate with birth times. So far no one has ever been able to read my chart and some people actually have said that they were blocked from reading it. I am interested in working with you but these are my concerns. Your thoughts please?

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    1. If you have checked (especially with family members ) and 9pm seems good then we use it – if folks aren’t so certain but remember vaguely -say -after dinner sometime – we can use that – if no one wants to hazard a guess then we can use a noon chart – not having an exact birth time isn’t ideal but would never prevent your chart from being read – it might make some techniques less valuable but there are plenty of techniques to use – some astrologers even do chart rectification based on major life events (they try to back into a birth time) but I don’t recommend that for several reasons – some people (including astrologers) use one time for many years and then discover a completely different birth time – I use the time on my birth certificate but my mother said it could have been up to an hour earlier -The point is you need to go with what feels right and then change as necessary in the future. Hope that helps.

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