Resources I Recommend

Jan 06, 2023



Here are a list of books that are on my shelf that I've found value in. They are listed in no particular order. None of these links are affiliate links.


  • "Saturn: A New Look at an Old Devil" by Liz Greene
    • An in-depth analysis of Saturn in all the signs and houses. It's a liiitle "cookbook-y" but Liz writes with such depth that there are golden nuggets everywhere.
  • "The Only Way to Learn About Tomorrow, Volume 4: Current Patterns" by Marion D. March & Joan McEvers
    • This book is more advanced and wouldn't be helpful for anyone who just wants to learn more about themselves through astrology. It is for the person who wants to take their astrology study further, perhaps to either offer it as a service, or just wants to use it in their lives in a more advanced way.
  • "The Development of the Personality, Volume 1" by Liz Greene and Howard Sasportas
    • This book is actually a transcript of seminars that Liz and Howard gave back in the '80s. It is dense and best for someone a little more advanced but if you want to take your astrology in a more psychological direction, this is a great book for you.
  • "Guidelines for Understanding the Essentials of the Birth Chart" by Stephen Arroyo
    • This is a must have for anyone looking to learn their way around a chart. This is useful for the enthusiast and the budding astrologer.
  • "Aspects in Astrology: A Guide to Understanding Planetary Relationships in the Horoscope" by Sue Tompkins
    • Another must have regardless of being an enthusiast or aspiring astrologer. It's also "cookbook-y" but Sue gives you exercises to actually develop your own process with aspect analysis.
  • "Chiron: Rainbow Bridge Between the Inner and Outer Planets" by Barbara Hand Clow
    • This is a great look into the depths of Chiron and I appreciate Barbara's unique view on the utility of Chiron. A warning: she writes in a more traditional tone so some of the content does not empower the reader but rather warns the reader, dependent on the position of Chiron.
  • "The Only Astrology Book You'll Ever Need" by Joanna Martine Woolfolk
    • If you just want some astrology basics and don't have any interest in practicing astrology as a profession, this is a great book for you. It touches on just about everything in astrology, so while it's a great intro, it lacks depth. 


Online Sources

I recommend these sites and sources for education or chart rendering.

Astrology University - A reputable school to learn astrology. You can take small workshops, individual courses, or obtain a 4 year certification.

The Astrology Podcast - The best astrology podcast out there for anyone who feels they are in need of a more technical and scientific approach. They have numerous episodes that teach on specific things, they have interviews with astrologers, and they do forecasting episodes. 

Both of these resources have several astrologers as teachers and interviewees, all of which are brilliant. Dive into it a bit and you'll start to find the astrologers you resonate with the most. - The best free site to run charts on. It has a very extensive list of advanced charts and there are options to purchase interpretations.


Human Design


Here are a list of books that are on my shelf that I've found value in. None of these links are affiliate links.



Online Sources

I recommend these sources for education or chart rendering.

Jovian Archive - This site is a great place to learn and to run your chart. You can take small workshops or purchase larger bodies of work - all of which are straight from Ra Uru Hu. Projectors even get a discount.

My Body Graph - An excellent site to run your chart on, which is associated with the Jovian Archive site. If you choose to pay for a subscription, you'll receive teachings, access to deeper parts of the HD chart, and interpretation.

Genetic Matrix - This is the program I personally use to populate my clients' charts. It's great for advanced readers.




These books are on my shelf and I revisit them often. None of these links are affiliate links.

  • "The Kybalion: A Study of The Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and Greece" by the Three Initiates
    • I stumbled upon this book and am so grateful I found it. Reading it brought so much truth to my awareness about how our universe works and how to be a master of energy.
  • "The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom" by Don Miguel Ruiz
    • I'm sure you've heard of this book but if you haven't (or if you have and haven't read it) it is life changing. Most of what's in this book probably won't feel too new as concepts but reading every single word of it will help you understand how to actually implement it into your life, which is the most important part.
  • "The Secret Teachings of All Ages" by Manly P. Hall
    • I'm not even close to being done with this book. It's really more like a reference book. It touches on so many ancient teachings and does its best at referencing the source material.


My Own Teachings


I have my own podcast that has gone through transitions since its inception. I've finally gotten it to a place that I feel I'll be able to maintain it for years to come. 

Podcasts I've Been On:

The Sovereign Projector - A conversation about maintaining energetic sovereignty and being heart centered

She's Hungry - A conversation about the functionality of Human Design

Own Your Magic - A conversation about using Human Design in business

Align with Anna - A conversation about being a soulpreneur

Align with Anna - A conversation about intuitive business

One Simple Shift - My first ever podcast interview, all about intuition in business

Wildly Aligned - A conversation about self care, creativity, and being a whole person

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