When it comes to understanding your birth or natal chart, there are a lot of elements to understand. The planets, the houses, and yes, the comets. The universe is a big and wonderful place! Rather than get bogged down by how much there is to remember, remember that Norah Guide is always here to answer your questions. Every day on each of my social media sites I offer guidance and advice on every one of these topics in a different way. Be sure to check out my page to access all of my circles! Today we are going to touch on the topic of the stars. We know the roles the planets play, the stars are important too. Let’s rip the bandaid off of Chiron, and see what information this can give you about yourself, and your life in general. Read More »

I briefly started talking in my last post about the upcoming Mercury Retrograde on November 6. As important as it is to understand that this is happening and why, we also could all benefit from practical tips to keep in mind during this period. This is a period that many people stress over, before it’s even begun. This is unnecessary and is only creating negative energy for you. My recommendations are to not dread Mercury Retrograde, if you are prepared for it, you won’t be bothered by it in the least. But the worst thing you can do is assume the worst is going to happen, because by so doing, you might just create that. Planning ahead and including some rest and relaxation on your calendars then is the first must do on your mercury retrograde planning list. Read More »

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The phrase Mercury in retrograde can make many people nervous. Here is a period where everything that can go wrong does go wrong in a way that seems fated or destined. In my world I often refer this to “angels closing doors” when things just aren’t going your way, but in Mercury retrograde, these problems appear more intense. A house won’t close when it is supposed to, computers and telephones will crash out of the blue, and transportation details that seemed set in stone will just *poof* disappear. Mercury, the god of communication and the planet for all things in messenger form is not such a bad planet and does not quite deserve the bad rep. With the next Mercury retrograde just a few weeks away, here are some tips on how to prepare for it. Read More »

Is Norah fake or real : the truth about the internet rumor:

“It’s a funny feeling having your reality questioned. I can feel myself breathing, I can sip my tea and taste it, brush my hair from my face and feel its texture, but how can I persuade someone who isn’t in the room with me that I am real? Especially given how full of tales the internet is, I suppose I can’t blame them for wondering.” This is what my professional colleague as well as close friend Norah told me when we discussed the latest internet rumors about her. As someone who has shared many a meal
and long conversation with her, I assure you Norah is a real person. I think perhaps the rumors started because of the fact that Norah is a pseudonym chosen to protect the privacy of a woman who does not want public attention.

 Norah is a Real Person

Norah is a real person who started Premium Astrology. She does have a genuine desire to help others through her God-given talents in astrology and clairvoyance, but does not want her husband, her children or grandchildren to have to put up with negative comments from the kind of people who are closeminded about metaphysical subjects. She uses the internet soubriquet of Norah in the same way that both writers and psychics have often chosen professional names to keep two parts of their lives separate. She chose the name Norah because it has belonged to women in her family for generations, including her beloved grandmother who passed many years ago. She feels that by using this name, she draws on something of the strength and wisdom of these ancestors. It also offers her a means of sharing something of her self with her clients while still maintaining a boundary which protects the people in her private life. Norah is a real person, who happens to use a nom de plume (or perhaps we should say nom du internet?) but her desire to help others is real and sincere.