Dorothy Morgan is a Master Astrologer and Personal Consultant with over 27 years’ experience consulting as well as teaching a wide variety of subjects relating to Astrology.
Dorothy has a deep understanding of her own life path and purpose as an Astrologer. This insight allows her to assist you in gaining greater understanding of your own life path as well as inspire you to take the steps you need to follow your own life purpose.
Consultations are easy to understand and practical, keeping the astrology jargon to a minimum, allowing you to gain a better understanding.
As a teacher, Dorothy is practical, logical and we always have a lot of fun in her classes. She uses her sense of humor and Gemini wit to make a complex tool easier to learn and understand.
Dorothy is also a highly skilled intuitive, Reiki Master/Teacher and Angel Healing Practitioner.
Current President of The Seacoast Astrological Association
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Dorothy is currently the President of the Seacoast Astroloical Association now based out of Epping, NH
Star Struck A past member of the Astrology group based in Concord, NH.
Over the years I have expanded my extensive knowledge of Astrology by actively studying and keeping myself apprised of the latest astrological developments as well as teaching Astrology to others.
I consider myself a keen and experienced observer of human personality and behavior, with an ability to assist you in assessing your skills, obstacles and options for making smart decisions and for realizing your highest potential.
With a creative, holistic, and positive outlook, I seek to give you an insightful and inspiring experience, helping you to feel more confident in your current life situations and the choices you are making!
MY BELIEFS AS AN ASTROLOGER
Astrologers are dedicated to the development and enhancement of the human condition through an understanding of celestial phenomena as applied to human concerns.
Astrologers are committed to honesty, fairness and respect for others. Guided by the objective application of astrological technique as well as a commitment to the improvement of the human condition, astrologers seek to increase understanding and compassion world-wide. They remain acutely aware of the need to understand themselves in order to understand and help others.
Astrologers are aware of the immense contribution astrology can make to human knowledge and wisdom, and accordingly encourage inquiry and an open exchange of ideas both outside and within their profession.
Above all, astrologers respect the potential power they hold to affect the lives of others, and accordingly strive for the highest levels of competence and diligence.
I believe that everything in the universe is energy. Astrology examines how the energy of celestial objects influences the things occurring here on Earth.
If we are willing to acknowledge that these things, such as the oceans and a woman’s cycle, are affected by the moon.
The behavior of plants and animals is affected during the seasons which is created by our relationship to the sun. Alternatively, we should also be willing to explore the effect other celestial bodies have on us.
It is all energy and the makeup and location of each celestial body changes the effect and the relationship to us. This is what the study of astrology explores.
I also believe we can each find our center, gain our bearings, and perhaps, recognize more clearly the wide meandering of our life journey.
The natal map mirrors how we are, how the god/goddesses play in our lives.
It is not the cause of what we have or will become. It simply reflects the archetypal realities through which we shape, and are shaped, by our world.
As a map of our inner landscape, a soul image, it is best not used to predict concrete life events or to provide solutions to the problems of living.
Rather, it asks us to explore the various fantasies in which we are engaged and perhaps leads us toward a life deeply enriched and possessed of satisfying attachments.
* Astrology’s Babylonian Beginnings
The Babylonians are generally credited with the birth of astrology. Their astrological charts enabled them to predict the recurrence of seasons and certain celestial events. So in the beginning and for more than 2,000 years, astrology and astronomy were the same science.
Babylonian astrology was introduced to the Greeks early in the 4th century B.C. and, through the studies of Plato, Aristotle, and others, astrology came to be highly regarded as a science. It was soon embraced by the Romans (the Roman names for the zodiacal signs are still used today) and the Arabs and later spread throughout the entire world.
While earliest astrology was used to bring a sense of order out of apparent chaos, it was soon utilized to predict weather patterns, primarily for agricultural purposes. It was eventually broadened to include forecasts of natural disasters and war and other events in the course of human affairs. Amassing successes in these fields, it was a natural progression for astrology to be used as counsel for kings and emperors and, in time, for all of us.
*Supplied by American Federation of Astrologers