…It shows the wonder of the unfolding story that is your
life and you are at the Center stage! Within your chart the
Mesopotamians saw the many players in your life among the
planets, and they knew so much more about their powerful
Map courtesy of
Debbie’s recent lectures at the AOA,
experience the difference of including these techniques:
A recording of the original
Mesopotamian Visual Astrology lecture
by Debbie Keil-Leavitt is available through these links:
Visual Astrology Part 1,
Visual Astrology Part 2,
Visual Astrology Part 3.
Click here to view
slides referenced in Debbie's talk
Planets Roles in Your Life
you know if your Venus (Innana/Erishkigal) was rising or setting?
How bright she was/if she was “enchanted?”
Was she blessing someone/something?
Is your Mars (Nergal) happy and with his lover or angry?
Is your Mercury (Nabu) a planner, a carrier of happy or sad message,
working for the establishment?
Is your Jupiter (the Crown Prince) Sulpa’e like John F. Kennedy’s
Nibiru like Dennis Wilson’s (Beach Boy who drowned at age 39)?
Is your Moon (Sin) a Crescent, Full,
or other and is He Traveling Above or Below a Planet?
What Does It All Mean?
These Are the Wonderful Gifts We Now Have from the
Mesopotamian Visual Astrology... And There Is More…the Egyptians!
Let’s not forget that
all of our great astrological work was born of the magic of
looking at a
Learn more about this Ancient View of Your Personal Chart,
of the Stars and Planets - Parans
Like the Mesopotamians, the Egyptians considered far more than the
zodiac we use today (the path of the Sun).
The Ancients between the Tigris and Euphrates looked at the
path of the Moon and Venus and observed 18 constellations to
consider with the “wanderer” players, the planets while paying
homage to the entire sky.
Along the Nile they were interested in the entire visible sky.
While their primary god/goddess are below the modern zodiac,
they are still the most prominent constellations in our Northern
…Yet modern astrology ignores the ultimate
Egyptian Goddess Isis
(the brightest star in our sky rivaling Venus and Jupiter in her
brilliance) She and Eternal Lover Osiris (constellation Orion)
are an incredible sight every Winter night.
The good news is, the Egyptians didn’t ignore these powerful
influences and neither will we!
you like to know what a reading of your chart that doesn’t
“dis” these Ancient Powers might mean?... Finally you can
all the great star energies prominent in your chart without
the need to build the Sphinx or the Pyramids (that is unless
you have thousands of subjects and infinite wealth like the
Pharaohs) Just ask
Debbie for a little help
compliments of Dr. Dennis Harness, Ancient Oracle Tours
When the sun
disappears and all seems lost...Suddenly countless ages and endless
space are revealed to us through a choir of stars singing the story
of our eternal spirits."