Eagle Eye is just an image and a name that I like, a name I give to something I don’t even understand as yet. But it is something I recognize as an unquenchable, personal and evolving mission to understand the cosmic forces. Eagle Eye is a dialogue with my inner questions which I share with anyone interested.
This is definitely not a business, although it may evolve into that at some point, if I ever find a way to reconcile my issues with charging money for anything related to spirit. Rather, this is a real curiosity, a life-long drive, calling, or mission, perhaps, to understand myself and to help others with the same goal. After some thought about the idea of accepting money for chart reading, I have decided, that is not for me. Eagle Eye is not a business for personal or financial gain.
I have questions which I hope to one day write and publish which might help others. If I learn anything of value in my quest for knowledge, I just hope to teach and pass it on to others who wish to take a similar path. Again, the goal is not personal or financial gain on my end, but a mission of learning and of teaching.
I am grateful to several mentors, especially most recently, Darlys Turner at the Astrosophy Research Center, musician extraordinaire, Mr. Elario Lozano, Martha Starkey. I am grateful to the unfailing support of my husband, Alan, and uke buddy Heather McKelvey. I am also grateful to Kimberly McSherry and the Houston Astrological Society for her classes which provided a wonderful foundation. I have a long way to go to continue my cosmic studies.
Will Sucher wrote many books on esoteric Christianity and I have spent several years now studying in particular the book Isis Sophia, and recently taking online courses with Jonathan Hilton to understand more about the chart methods used by Sucher. It serves only as a beginning and opens up many more questions and avenues for further consideration.
Rudolf Steiner is another influence, especially the foundation in education through the Waldorf teacher training at Antioch University in New England. AS for contemporaries, I have also learned much from the podcasts of Kaypatcha and New Paradigm Astrology, Adam Sommer, the writing of Richard Tarnas, Stephen Arroyo, Mark Jones, Jeffrey Greene, AT Mann, and several others. I am grateful, there are so many out there doing this work, asking their own questions.
It is my belief that we as a species must continue to ask the deepest questions in life to reach for a true understanding of ourselves and the universe. Thank you for your interest in this project. I look forward to sharing my learning journey with you here. Thanks for visiting my site and taking part in the conversation.
Laura Lee Gabelsberg