Urania is a western astrologer who consults from Fort Worth, Texas. She specializes in natal chart readings, relationship analysis, and personal forecasts.
Urania has been studying Astrology for more than 30 years, having gotten into it after being astounded by the accuracy of astrology columns in newspapers. Compelled to understand why astrology works, she researched the subject in-depth, taking courses, self-study and attending as many lectures and conferences on the subject as possible. As a result, she found herself becoming more aligned towards the potentiality of her Natal Chart, including practicing Astrology as part of her unique life calling.
Urania began professional consultations in 2009.
She looks forward to helping you Live Like a Star!
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About the name Urania
Urania was one on the original nine muses and presided over Astronomy, Astrology and gave birth to the musician Linus.
Urania as defined in “Asteroid Goddesses. The Mythology, Psychology, and Astrology of the Re-emerging Feminine.” by Demetra George & Douglas Bloch: Urania, the “Heavenly One,” represents the principle of inspired knowledge. Mythologically, Urania was one of the nine muses (from whom we derive the word “museum”) whose tasks were to serve as sources of divine inspiration for their respective spheres of knowledge.
Urania presided over the domains of astrology, astronomy, music and number. Associated with the Harmony of the Spheres, she gave birth to the great musician Linus, inventor of melody and rhythm. Urania’s symbols are the celestial globe and compass, the instruments she uses to measure the heavens. In the tarot, Isis-Urania is the woman depicted in the Star key. She symbolizes truth gained through meditation as well as the ability to bring wisdom and insight into one’s creative work. Astrologically, Urania represents the principle of cosmic knowledge. She is a deep thinker who draws upon her inspiration to uncover mental treasures. In her search for celestial truths, Urania uses her mental astuteness to probe both the microcosm and macrocosm. In chart analysis, a prominent Urania indicates an affinity for astrology, astronomy, music, pure sciences, mathematics, measurement or numerology. The Urania personality type is introspective, thoughtful, and serious.
Urania (From Wikipedia, the free encyc- lopedia) In Greek mythology, Urania (Ουρανία, pronounced /jʊəˈreɪniə/ in English), which means "heavenly", was the muse of astronomy and astrology. She is usually depicted as having a globe in her left hand and a peg in the right, and her foot on a turtle, symbol of silence. She is able to foretell the future by the position of the stars. She is often associated with Universal Love and the Holy Spirit. She is dressed in a cloak embroidered with stars and keeps her eyes and attention focused on the Heavens. Those who are most concerned with philosophy and the heavens are dearest to her.
Urania, o'er her star-bespangled lyre, With touch of majesty diffused her soul; A thousand tones, that in the breast inspire, Exalted feelings, o er the wires'gan roll-- How at the call of Jove the mist unfurled, And o'er the swelling vault-- the glowing sky, The new-born stars hung out their lamps on high, And rolled their mighty orbs to music's sweetest sound. (From An Ode To Music)