Astrology Bytes Episode 16: The Midheaven with Amelia Quint


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Created by Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady (psst…I am known for tarot but I’m also an astrology geek!).

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Episode 16: The Midheaven with Amelia Quint

Wondering where you’re going in life? The Midheaven holds the clue. This important angle, located right at the top o’ the chart, indicates ambition, aspirations, street cred, and more. It’s like your astrological north star – pointing to your potential!

Not sure what this all means? I’m bringing back astrology wonder Amelia Quint of The Midheaven! She graciously shared her wisdom on the Ascendant last week – and has a lot to say about the Midheaven. Keep your chart handy so that you can dig in and see what this angle has to say about your most ambitious self.

Amelia’s Bio:

Astrology Bytes Episode 16: The Midheaven with Amelia QuintAmelia Quint is a writer, astrologer, and wayward intellectual. She authors monthly horoscopes for Coveteur and MyDomaine and daily horoscopes for Sanctuary. She also co-writes a new moon advice column for Rookie Magazine. She was an early adopter of the new witch zeitgeist, founding Midheaven Astrology in 2013. Since then, her work on the occult has been featured in Glamour, Nylon, the Vice channels, Racked, Sabat, and many others. Amelia lives in beautiful South Carolina with her husband and a growing family of guitars. She is probably watching Pulp Fiction right now.

Amelia can be found at and on Twitter at @AmeliaQuint.

Grab your astrology chart, put in your earbuds, and dive in!



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