Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) January 25, 2013
Premium Astrology has been in the business of providing astrological reports and numerology guides to men and women all over the globe for a number of years. These reports and guides range in terms of the detail offered, and the cost of services, and many of these services are provided through Clairvoyant Norah Guide who has been working with Premium Astrology for years. But Norah Guide knows that an individual’s path of enlightenment does not end with one reading or report, and she knows that there is so much more to achieve clarity and direction in one’s life beyond an astrological reading. As such, Norah Guide and Premium Astrology offer a number of services at no cost to their readers and friends to aid them on their own individual path of enlightenment. This month Norah Guide launches yet another free service to her loyal friends and followers, through the launching of her newest blog discussion series on the Ascendant Signs.
Most people that consult with Norah consult on the basis of their Sun sign, or their known astrological sign. The Sun sign is the sign under which a person is born, given the location of the Sun in relation to the other planets on their birth date. What many people do not know however is that there is much more to their astrological profile beyond the Sun Sign. As such, Norah Guide has offered several blog discussion series exploring the other elements and aspects that affect an individual natal chart, that go beyond the standard information of a Sun sign. One of those recently launched discussion series is a blog series on Moon Sign compatibility, as she helps her readers understand an additional element to their natal chart, their Moon sign. Now Norah Guide will be taking her reader’s knowledge on their own astrological profile one step further with an examination of the Ascendant signs.
Norah Guide teaches that the Ascendant sign, also commonly referred to as the Rising Sign, is the sign that the Sun was in on the date of the individual’s birth, when the Sun was rising on that day. Not everyone will have a matching Sun sign and a matching Rising sign, and in fact most people will have different Sun and Ascendant signs. Because the Ascendant sign depends on the location of the Sun at the time of birth, this is why Norah asks all of her clients what time they were born when she prepares one of her readings or reports. Norah says that while the Sun sign will express an individual’s overall personality, the Ascendant sign is the sign for the individual that expresses how the world views that individual, and is a very important marker when helping someone get clarity from an astrological report or service.
Norah Guide and Premium Astrology know that an individual’s path to enlightenment does not end with one reading or report, and should not always come at a cost to the person. As such, not only does Norah offer this blog discussion series, and others like it at no cost, but she also offers through Premium Astrology a multi pronged social media platform. This platform and her blogs are just one of the many ways that Norah stays connected to her readers and friends in helping them on their individual journies at absolutely no cost. When Norah can’t be online, the exceptional Client Care team at Premium Astrology is available to support every client towards their path of success 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Premium Astrology is proud to have had the privilege of helping men and women all over the world enhance the quality of their lives through services of spiritual enlightenment. Premium Astrology provides fast and reliable astrological reports and a wide variety of other services through the experience of Astro-Clairvoyant Norah Guide and master numerologist Eric McCallum. The individual success of each of their clients is their highest priority, and Premium Astrology is available to provide live support twenty-four hours a day seven days a week.
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