One of the astrologer's oldest and most reliable tools for prediction and to describe life development is something called progressions. Everybody uses it, but not many people, even astrologers, know what it really is.
On the outside, it's just a formula. Essentially, it claims that the developments in every year of your life correspond directly to the planetary movements of each day after your birth. A day equals a year. That means, for instance, that what happens when you're 30 years old is described somehow by what happened in the sky just a month after you were born. It seems crazy, at first. A month-old baby hasn't even gotten to first base, so how could it possibly mean anything?
But on second look, it's not crazy at all. Take a look at a tiny oak just sprouting from an acorn - it's not much. But look at it 100 years later, and - well, it's pretty much the same shape, just bigger and more complex. And, more important, each new branch that sprouts again re-imitates the original. In the veins of the first leaf, you see the outline of the whole tree to come. It's simple scaling, and it's the very essence of growth. The pattern you develop at the beginning is the one you mimic as long as you continue to grow - it just repeats itself at a different, more developed scale, keeping the same inner shape and rhythm. That's why those first three months of life (which by progression will take you to age 90), deserve a closer look.
That's just what progressions specialist Sophia Mason does in this stand-out personal report. You'll find they paint a clear picture both of your inner growth throughout the years and the outer developments that come along in sync with them. Your culminating joys, your growing pains, your crises and triumphs: it's a picture of how and when it all falls together for you. Definitely something you'll come back to over the months and years as the feelings start to come true, just as predictedů