First Astrology post!

I am really excited to be launching this blog! I’ll be posting periodically and semi-regularly to share what I know about relocation astrology and other things about astrology that I’ve picked up since 1997, when I read my first astrology source.

It was a book on something called personology (which was a new ‘thing’) called “The Secret Language of Relationships.” (Gary Goldschneider and Joost Elffers). It divided the zodiac up into 48 periods — you’d have Pisces/Aries cusp, Aries I, Aries II, Aries III, Aries/Taurus cusp, Taurus I, Taurus II, Taurus III, Taurus/Gemini cusp, Gemini I….

Each of the 48 periods was given a four-page spread. Then it gave every period’s relationship with every other period. If you do the math, that’s 48 squared divided by 2, which comes out to 1152. Every relationship was given a half-page spread. This is a very large book, and only the first in the Secret Language series.

The Secret Language of Birthdays came out around the same time, then the Secret Language of Destiny (about the Moon’s Node), the Secret Language of Luck (Jupiter and Saturn) and on and on…

As I learned more and more about astrology through these and other sources I eventually became interested in relocation astrology. Other than a simple Astro Map that I paid $90 for online in 1999 (for nothing more than a map and a few pithy remarks from the person selling it to me), I didn’t have much knowledge in it.

Fast forward to 2015, where I drove from Pittsburgh (where I lived) to Boulder, CO. I had brought an interpretation from Mapping Your Travels and Relocation, a book that comes with a CD-R of its interpretations, and I arrived in Boulder in the middle of the summer and immediately saw changes in myself — the same things I was reading — and, after much soul-searching, made a decision to come here for a longer period of time in 2016.

I read a whole bunch of astrology interpretations in the ten months in between, learning the positives and negatives, and then came here. It was originally supposed to be 42 days, then it became 49 days. I drove with my cat (you try driving a cat for three straight days across the country). I arrived in Colorado on May 6.

That 49 days ended up being extended well into July when I got to Nederland and realized I needed to stay here longer. By July 8 I closed on a condo.

About 80% of what I read in the various sources about my relocation came to pass. I learned a lot more after I got here too.

I hope you learn a lot about relocation astrology too! It will change you.

By David Muir

David Muir recieved his PAC as a 2020 graduate of the Avalon School in Vibrational Astrology. He has been a practicing astrologer having studied astrology since 1997. He specializes in relocation astrology, particularly in terms of how both one's character and external influences change in a new location. He has interests in compatibility, and just generally “getting the necessary information out there for you,” which can entail personology as well as different interpretations in general. David writes a 2x/weekly blog in both relocation astrology and other astrological topics of interest, on

David received a BA from Carlow University in 2011 with concentrations in philosophy, writing, and political science. He does a 2x/month radio show and has lived in Denver, CO since 2016.

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