Guidelines for Receiving a Divination Reading

General

  1. Pricing is based on length of time spent doing the reading and how studied I am in the subject (i.e. I’m very comfortable with transits but am new to synastry). The pricings listed below may be modfied as necessary.

  2. (For Written Reports) While you are welcome to check the status of your reading, please do not rush me on completing the report. I spend my time making sure I am explaining likely outcomes based on what I see presented to me. It takes time to provide a good reading.

  3. What I suggest are possibilities based on what I see during the reading, though it may not always align with your current experience. The future, however, is never set in stone, and you have free will to make adjustments to prepare yourself. Keep in mind that there are also times where things may be true but aren’t “active” – these could be matters happening for you in the background.

  4. You are also more than welcome to seek a reading with another diviner if you feel what I’ve provided isn’t resonating, but keep in mind that there are no refunds once your reading is complete.*

*Exceptions can be made in for written reports in the event you paid AND I have not yet provided you with your reading after 10 business days (or have extenuating circumstances where you need the funds back). I always keep the payment in my Paypal/Venmo and only transfer it AFTER I’ve completed the work. Depending on the completion status of your reading, however, the refund may only be partial.

What You Need before a reading

FOR ASTROLOGY READINGS, it’s essential that you have an accurate time of birth! Inaccuracies or not knowing your precise birth time will be less accurate since the planets are placed based on your ascendant (what sign was just above the horizon at the time of your birth). If you have an estimate, you are welcome to provide it, keeping in mind not everything may resonate. 

FOR TAROT READINGS, please make sure the question you ask is clear in its intention! You are the agent of the reading, so put yourself first (i.e. “What are some things I can expect to happen for the month of July?) Avoid being vague by specifying what situation you’re dealing with. Avoid asking yes/no questions (unless what you ordered is a yes/no reading).