Jon gives astrology readings live via phone or by Email. Because these readings are based on
your actual astrology charts (natal, progressed and transits), they require that Jon specs out
the charts in advance. Please schedule at least 24 hours in advance of the appointment time.
Phone or Email consultations are priced as above. During phone readings, you may explore love life,
career, finances, compatibility issues with another person, future forecasting for the next year, health,
personality, karma, spirituality or any other area you desire. You may ask any question or delve into any
Phone Session Audio Recording
So much information is imparted during a
session by Jon that it would be impossible to remember it all. For this reason, phone sessions are
recorded as an audio file. The link to access the file is sent to you via email, along with your natal
Email Readings are answered as text in an email.
Send questions here.
Please supply birth information here.
Required Information For All Readings:
Date of Birth
Time of Birth (Time should be accurate to within
30 minutes. See below.)
City and Country of Birth
Why Is Time of Birth Important?
An accurate birth time is crucial to
the accuracy of any astrological reading. Your astrological chart is a representation of all
planetary positions at the moment of birth, and this includes the rotational position of the
earth. The exact position of the earth as it rotates determines the house setup of any chart,
which includes the Ascendant and Midheaven. (For more on this subject, see
Video Lesson #2.)
Since the earth rotates once every 24 hours, this movement is fairly fast, about one degree
every 4 minutes. In 30 minutes, the earth rotates about 8 degrees; in an hour, it moves about
15 degrees or half of one zodiac sign.
If the time of birth is off by only a few degrees,
the Ascendant or Rising Sign could change, or some of the planets could change houses. This
could compromise the overall accuracy of any reading.
If you do not know your time of
birth, you may be able to obtain the information from a birth certificate, the hospital where
you were born, the Hall of Records or the County Clerk/Registrar. If you cannot determine your
true time of birth, or if you cannot provide an estimate, your chart will be cast for 12 noon.