What is Skywatch?

For thousands of years astrologers have closely watched the starry firmament and followed the cycles of the Sun, Moon and planets as they danced across the heavens. They noticed how the comings and goings of people and events
here on Earth were described by the cycles of the planets and their connections with each other.

So, you won’t be reading about your personal astrology in these pages. To be honest, those newspaper reports will never have the accuracy of a real astrological reading. They speak to only to your Sun sign, ignoring the other 90% of
your birth chart.

Skywatch is a report on the astrology of the day—the energy that is on the street for everybody—all over the Earth. The pattern changes quickly. Some days are better than others. Following the Skywatch will alert you to these shifts in energy and mood in your personal and business concerns. And help you have good timing in life.

Read ahead. Use the good days, the kiss days as I call them, to schedule priority appointments, meetings and travel. Here are the best days to handle difficult people and situations, or to present your case to the boss. These are also excellent days to adventure, gamble and put your work/ideas out on the table.
Scale back your plans on the stressful times/days and stick to routine, if you can. Complications are more likely on these days, moods will be uneven, out of sorts, and things may not go as planned or expected. Quack. People are more likely to be distracted, unfocused and not at their best in these moments. You, too. These are the days to simplify your routine and to avoid complications or challenges, if possible. Kids and critters are also more likely to need extra attention on these days, especially when Mars is active.

In all, your attitude and effort is what counts and what determines whether you find success and love out in the world on the kiss days. Skywatch points out the highs and lows—the energy that is available to us all—the day’s biorhythm. What happens on those kiss days depends on how you play your cards and how prepared and ready you are to succeed. If timing is important to your efforts, follow the Skywatch.

BIRTHDAYS: If you birthday falls on a Quack day do NOT assume you are going to have a bad year. There are so many other factors in your Solar Return, the chart that plays the movie of your next year, to consider. Much more than any one day or
aspect could do to totally dominate/influence your year ahead. Same thing if your birthday falls on a Kiss day. The future will be what you make it and there are many more factors to consider in your astrological future than just the events of one day.

14 thoughts on “What is Skywatch?

  1. Debbie Sosa

    I would like to know how much will be the cost for my astroligical chart with my date and time of birth.
    Thank you,
    Debbie Sosa

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  2. Lance Ferguson

    I charge $150 for first time readings. You supply birth data. I run your chart.
    Study it. Record an hour reading on CD. Then wait for you to cluck at me with
    questions/comments – I’ll be available.

    two kinds of readings: natal = who are you? timing = what cycles are you in and what’s ahead?
    questions welcome.

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  3. jenny prior

    Hello Lance,
    I renewed my membership a few months ago but would like to purchase a couple of date books (2014) as holiday gifts. Is that possible? Should I renew my membership again or is there a way to prorate it to renew in December?
    Thanks for your guidance through the stars.

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  4. Valeria

    Hello Lance,
    Hadn’t looked in a long time and see there isn’t “if your Birthday is this week” along with your Wednesday daily forecast anymore.. I always thought they were insightful…

    Cheers,
    Valeria

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  5. Darleane Tayler

    Is there a way I can still receive the monthly subscription on line without using paypal? Or do I need to pay $30.00 for the year & have it sent to me? Thank You- Darleane Tayler

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    1. Leslie McLaurin Post author

      Hello Darleane – yes, you are welcome to send a check/cash/mo for 20.00USD for the annual online membership….I can adjust on my side….be sure to include a note with your name and email addy so I can find you in the system. thanks, Mac

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  6. Jyoji and Carol Kise

    Hello Leslie, Could I ask? How do we order a 2015 datebook and renew our membership? Also in our profile is a message to upgrade something called a s2Member Pro Module, we do not remember having a log in for this service. Could you maybe clarify what it is? The following message is what comes up in our member profile:

    Your s2Member Pro Module must be updated to v150102+.
    Please log in at s2Member.com for access to the latest version.
    Or upgrade automatically. Provide your login details for s2Member.com.

    Thank you so much for your time.
    Hope you and Lance are having a good Friday.

    Carol and Jyoji Kise
    jyokise@gmail.com

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    1. Leslie McLaurin Post author

      You may be seeing an old version of the site and you can just hit the F5 button on your keyboard to refresh or clear the cache on your browser and get rid of any old cookies. If that doesn’t work let me know I can always renew your membership and send you the Datebook. Keep me posted.

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  7. Barbara Gaskill

    Hello Leslie, Just touching base with you I sent in an order regular mail for the Date Book with my check.
    Thanks to you and Lance the date book is a life saver in so many ways.

    Barbara Gaskill

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  8. Lily Koltonow

    OK! Today is Dec.26 & I have not yet gotten my Jan.2017 Skywatch in the mail. Just wondering what’s up, besides Mercury Rx. Peace to yr family for the New Year! Thanks, Lily P.S (I think my subscription is good til June 2017)

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    1. Leslie McLaurin Post author

      You are correct Lily! Merc Rx is in full force here. We didn’t get the print copies until late last week and mailed Dec 24 so yes, SW is in the mail. This is a good time for me to encourage all of our print members to consider switching to the web based version of Skywatch. I post the pdf the day I get it (usually a week earlier than the print version), so you have access earlier. You simply sign in with your username and password and go to the pdf for the month. There you can save or print. And all a week earlier than the print version, plus it’s the greener thing to do. Lily, watch your email, I am sending you January pdf so you can see what I am talking about. And this offer is open to any print version member, if you want to see the pdf (looks just like the paper version) send me a valid email address and I will send you January. Offer good until January 3, 2017. Thanks all, Happy New Year!

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