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Virgo Season Begins, You’re Welcome

Virgo season began last night, and we should all be glad about that. This sign often gets dismissed as anal and controlling, even cheap, Really, Virgos are the truest healers of the zodiac and some of the most extraordinary and resourceful creatives. Virgos understand that Goddess is in the details and that love is a verb. Sure, sometimes they don’t see the forest for the trees but they actually get the job done, son. More than that, they know practical magic is rooted in working problems—in work, period–and that actions speak louder than words. So while I enjoy the pleasures and grand scale of Leo season—who doesn’t?—I am always grateful for Virgo’s diligence as summer draws to a close. Her ethos of mindful economy, of service privileged over credit, and of heart over ego is one our whole country needs. To be of good use is a tremendous honor, and Virgo reminds us of this joy.

Virgo Season always emphasizes personal callings and practical magic; to activate yours, book a reading for yourself or loved one through biolink. For personally tailored daily guidance, get your Whether Report. Pictured here: Gene Kelly, born on this day 111 years ago and a poster boy for hard-working genius.

Superstorm Full Moon!

It’s Superstorm Sunday—and I’m not just talking about the weather but also the astrology, AKA the “whether.” Early this morning we had a full moon in networking Aquarius—a sign ruled by shit-stirring Uranus. Opposing the Sun in treat-me-right Leo, this moon sashays with Jupiter, Mr. Amplification. Translation? Drama-drama-drama in social dynamics— especially when it comes to transactional behavior masquerading as simple support. Very “breakdown, breakthrough” vibes since last night. My advice? Unless you’re spoiling for a fight or feeling especially open to reckonings, avoid social contact except to send magical carrier pigeons bearing chocolate and whiskey. Tomorrow will be a lot calmer, as Virgo Season begins tonight and the moon enters all-is-one Pisces. But if you have to deal with other people today—well, as my Masshole grandma used to say: “Good luck to you and the Red Sox.”

The Weather Report

People are always DMing me: Is it just me or is something going on with the stars? So I’ve created a text-message service to answer that question on any given day, using your birthdate and a tarot card I draw while tuning into you.

The way it works is simple. 1. Fill out this form (It requests your name, DOB, and a sentence about why you’re asking–i.e., you’re feeling anxious; wondering if it’s a good day to ask out your crush; simple curious.) 2. Venmo $30 (handle: lisa-rosman; requested digits: 4575). 3. Within an hour (usually less), I’ll message back specific guidance about how the stars are affecting your day’s prospects; what is further revealed by the tarot card I pull on your behalf; a screenshot of that card for meditation purposes; and how to make the most of whatever shows up!

If you’ve received a Ruby Intuition intuitive reading in the past, I’ll check your astrological chart; if not, I will use your sign and age though feel free to include your moon and ascendant if you know it. Rest assured that you’ll receive a lot of info either way!

How is this different from other astrological offerings? It’s practical and personal. Trust that I’ll alert you to any activity that’s an especially bad or good call, and how the tarot card specifically applies to your question. Also: if I don’t see any big astrological aspects gumming up your works, I’ll be honest. Magic never works without honesty, and sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.

To streamline this process, your form and Venmo donation ($30; handle: lisa-rosman) are required for my response. Hours of inquiry: 7:30am-2pm EST. No additional messages guaranteed and only short-term questions answered. To chart your optimal path over a longer timeline, book an intuitive reading.

Check your “whether” today! Fill out the form here; Venmo here!

"All, everything I understand, I understand only because I love."
― Leo Tolstoy