Astrological readings typically include natal, progressed, solar arc and transits, as well as locational astrology aka Astro*Cartography.
A solar return chart for your upcoming birthday will also be prepared if your birthday is coming up within the next few months. Please supply the location where you will be spending your next birthday prior to your reading.
An astrological reading requires your date of birth, time of birth and your place of birth. A transit and/or progressed chart reading (what’s going on now) requires your current place of residence, i.e., what city you live in now.
Astro*Cartography can be calculated to determine the best place to live, find love, retire, activate psychic abilities, find friends, make money, etc. Reports can also be generated on specific cities ($25 per city) without a private reading.
An initial reading is typically 60 minutes. The first half hour is usually about your birth chart, followed by 20 minutes concerning what’s happening now and in the future. The last ten minutes are for your questions.
Future consultations can include charts of family members, friends and partners, provided you have their permission for their charts to be read.
A corporation is considered its own entity and also has a birth chart. If you would like to look at your business, be sure to provide the date, time and place (capitol city) for the incorporation as signed by the Secretary of State. Some states, such as California, do not provide the time of the incorporation.
The fee for astrological readings is $420 per hour for Stephanie Jourdan and $150 for 50 minutes with Shanti Jourdan
Additional time is pro-rated per minute, i.e., $7 per minute for Stephanie or $3 per minute for Shanti. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express cards are accepted, along with Venmo and Paypal.
We do record your session, but the outcome is not guaranteed. We encourage you to record your readings on your phone or a Sony digital voice recorder available on Amazon and easy to use. We will send you our recording via HighTail, an app for large audio files or via Google Drive if you prefer.
The ascendant moves a degree every four minutes. An accurate reading requires an accurate birth time.
If you were born in the United States, but you do not have your birth certificate or if your birth certificate does not reflect your birth time, you will need to obtain your birth certificate from your state’s office of vital records, which is often part of the department of health services.
Oftentimes, a state issues a consumer copy of a birth certificate that does not include the time of birth. In such an instance, you will need to obtain a hospital copy of your birth certificate.
In a search engine, such as Google, enter “birth certificate application” followed by the name of the state of your birth in the search bar. Once the results appear, look for the website that is a governmental site. Usually, the link for the site ends in .gov.
There are many opportunistic businesses that will promise to get you your birth certificate faster by paying them, but all of them will process your application in the same way were you to do it yourself.
On your state’s site, there will be a link for an application for a certified copy of a birth record. Print out a copy and fill out everything except the part that needs to be signed by you in front of a notary.
There are typically three pages to print out: one for the instructions; a second that is the application, and a third that is the sworn statement that is required since 9/11. Fill out the sworn statement.
Take all of your paperwork to your local UPS store or auto club and pay (around $10) to have them notarize your sworn statement.
Send your paperwork in along with your check for the state’s fee to conduct a search and mail you an official copy of your birth certificate (around $25 to $30). The cost varies by state. For instance, in California, it is $29 for a certified copy. www.dhs.ca.gov.