Sandra and David Mosley
Our serious study of astrology began in 1982. We joined the
San Diego Astrological Society, read books, attended lectures
and workshops; interpreted charts for all our friends, family,
and coworkers; finally opening our professional practice in
Lunar astrology became our specialty soon after moving to New
York in 1990. In 1998 we left the security of our "day
jobs" to focus our attention on living a more creative
lifestyle, encouraging others to enjoy the value of natural
timing and symbolic art. When we began writing forecasts for
the Internet in 2000, we followed our stars to the sunny Hawaiian
island of Oahu, which we feel blessed to call home. In addition
to our consulting services and web work, we teach, facilitate
retreats and are completing a book on lunar cycles called Moon
Magic: The Ancient Art of Time Management.
concert with our astrological studies, the study of music, color
psychology, dream interpretation, NLP, numerology and sacred
geometry formed our understanding of both the real and symbolic
properties of sound, color and form. A peripheral study of the
tarot with the Brotherhood
Of The Adytum added a wealth of astrological correspondences.
As did Gerd Ziegler's Tarot:Mirror
of the Soul , The
Wheel of Destiny by Patricia McLaine and The
Angels Within Us by John Randolph Price.
from The Coffee Table Book of Astrology which we'd both read
in the 70's, our first exposure to real astrology was made via
a dear Capricorn friend, Bill Andrews, who gave us A.T. Mann's
beautiful and thorough book, The
Round Art and introduced us to Jan Kennedy, a noted
astrologer, author and healer.
works of Dane
Rudhyar (one of the preeminent figures of the 20th century)
on the lunation cycle, along with Marc
Edmund Jones' on the Sabian Symbols, added more symbolic
layers to explore. The Book of Houses by Robert
Cole has also had a lasting impact.
It's been our good fortune to study with some of the best astrologers
in the world. Terry Warneke offered us another way to apply
the study of celestial cycles by sharing the ideas of Marc
eternal gratitude goes to Robert
'Buz' Myers, teacher, mentor and friend, who dedicated himself
to the masterful application of the eight-phase cycle. His skill
as a communicator, his quarterly publication Cycles for
Daily Living with companion audio tapes and his book Getting
"On-Time" With Your Life brought us fully into our lunar
owe special thanks to our sisters, Yaxki Welker and Adina
Walker for sharing their shamanistic awareness and indigenous
teachings; to the Island of Kaua'i for introducing us to the
Aloha Spirit; to our many (and increasingly numerous) astrological
teachers and colleagues who add enlightenment and insight with
each contact; to all the members of the "On
Time" community who have provided a loving environment for
our growth; and finally, to our parents, siblings, daughters
and grandchildren, all our ohana (family), and to the Divine
Presence, who inspires our fifth-house Suns to shine.
David Mosley circa 1969
February 14, 1957
9:50 PM PST
La Jolla, California
says he'll write something for this space sometime soon.
Meanwhile, we'll say this: He's a quiet guy, a bit of a
techie who lives in his own world. He enjoys cooking, taking
pictures, and endearing himself to the neighbor's pets.
He balances the books, maintains the records and knows computers.
A gifted songwriter and musician (he plays guitar and didge),
David has a healing touch and an open heart.
Mosley circa 1957
September 1, 1945
9:45 pm PWT
I've always had a love affair with the round arts but it was my marriage
to David in 1980, that marked the beginning of my indepth work with circles.
Whether it's a designated circle, such as a family circle, women's circle,
prayer circle, sewing circle, or a tangible circle in the form of an astrological
chart, a medicine wheel or a mandala, the circle defines a sacred space.
A space to feed the soul and inspire creativity. A space to be healed and
nurtured. A space to honor Spirit. The circle is a powerful form for visionary