In a revealing and powerful memoir, popular astrologer Janice Stork recounts her life that started out innocently on a chicken ranch in San Diego, California. As time went by her difficult childhood brought with it many questions about life that sent her on a spiritual quest that took her of all places to work for the California Legislature.
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At first her job was to offer clerical support to different members' offices in the State Capitol building. During the evenings she studied astrology charts of key political figures in the news and saw people who came to her for readings. By the time more than 32 years had past, she had met with the Speaker of the Assembly behind closed doors; touched the bullet-proof vest a legislator wore during his recall election; sat in Committee next to California's first female Speaker of the Assembly; and tasted the spilt blood of politics.
After 32 years had past, Janice Stork had become an accomplished astrologer that once had astrology legislation signed into law by Governor Ronald Reagan and was known as the "Capitol Astrologer." Blending politics and astrology, this book covers political figures such as former Assembly Speakers Willie L. Brown, Jr. and Jessie (Jess) Unruh; Congressman Gary Condit, once a member of the "Gang of Five;" former President William (Bill) Clinton; and President George Bush.