Geoff Gronlund


I am a certified practicing Evolutionary Astrologer and have been studying astrology for almost 30 years. I studied under Maurice Fernandez for four years and passed Gemini Brett’s Astronomy for Astrologers course at the top of the class.

I was introduced to astrology and metaphysics while poring over 19th and 20th century books at Bucknell University Library in my hometown of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania in 1991-92. I furthered my study of astrology and metaphysics while living in Ithaca, New York, from 1994-1996, spending countless hours in the Uris and Olin libraries on the campus of Cornell University. During this period, I had the honor of witnessing comet Shoemaker Levy-9 collide with Jupiter in the company of Carl Sagan’s assistant professor in 1995.

After many years of on-and-off study, I was introduced to Maurice Fernandez and subsequently began his professional course, Astrology and the Evolution of Consciousness, in 2014. Having graduated in 2017, I have been a practicing astrologer ever since, helping people understand, navigate, and manifest the potentials inherent in their natal chart. Additionally, recognizing the intrinsic value of astronomy in relation to astrology, I studied under Gemini Brett in 2020 and passed his Astronomy for Astrologers course at the top of the class.

I have also been on the board of the Organization for Professional Astrology (OPA) since 2017 as Internal Programs Director, helping to serve the international astrology community.


I have been a meticulous editor since 2006, editing many articles and books of astrology, poetry, fiction, and interviews.

I opened a bookstore/gallery in 2006 and also started the arts & literary magazine Omphalos the same year. This led to the formation of Nine Point Publishing and my single-handedly editing, designing, and publishing 13 issues of the magazine, 10 books of poetry, a book-length interview, and a biographical fiction. These included the likes of Robert Hunter (Grateful Dead lyricist), Stanley Mouse, John Cage, Jerome Rothenberg, William Heyen, Robert Gibbons, and Jack Matthews.

I live in rural Maine with my wife, Angelina, and two children. We homestead on 11 acres of land and forest, hosting retreats, gatherings, workshops, and weddings.​


Angelina Gronlund


If you’re looking for a resumé, please let me know and I’ll be happy to email it to you. If you’re interested to learn about me, here it is… 


I see myself as a caring, sensitive, and compassionate person who appreciates a good plan, respect, and sustainability. I often over think, over analyze, and am ridiculously hard on myself. Commiserating with others, learning from others, sharing knowledge, opinions, ideas, and belief systems brings great joy to my soul. Even if these opinions and beliefs are not agreed upon. It seems more fun when you allow an open mind to enter a room. At the same time, and sometimes to my detriment, I’m unafraid of discussing the darker and often upspoken sides of our lives. 


Exploring the wonders of physical life, as well as the esoteric, brings me tremendous admiration to all that lives in our universe and beyond. Everyday I’m blown away with the magnitude of magnificence available to all if we just open to the endless possibilities available and believing in the magic of life.


International and local travel, cuisine, music, and culture gets me excited, as well as time spent making love to my home, the fresh air of being outdoors, and the satisfaction of digging in the dirt in our multiple gardens. I’m a hard worker and have been conditioned to think physical labor is the only type of real work, and that it comes before personal needs. Thankfully, each day I’m learning to deconstruct those dogmatic beliefs and recognize that hard work comes in multiple forms, and I continue to remind myself, “You are the most important work there is to be done.”


After 30 years in hospitality, I brought my work home, and now my husband and I host gatherings of up to 75 guests on our sacred land in Harrison, Maine. I currently continue to work as an Inn Keeper, Property Manager, Yoga Instructor, Board Member for the Organization for Professional Astrology (OPA), and student of Evolutionary Astrology. 


My Evolutionary Astrology teacher and mentor, Maurice Fernandez, is an internationally known and respected leader who has a magnitude of knowledge and patience. Thank you, Maurice. Throughout my past six years of intense astrology studies there has been a tremendous opportunity to dive deep into my own soul and meet a family of friends from all over the world. These experiences in the astrology community led me to accept the invitation to sit on the board of directors beginning in June of 2018 as Event Coordinator for the International Organization for Professional Astrology (OPA). Meaningful experiences continue with OPA as we, a board of 11 and a membership of over 800 spanning the world, bring professionalism and a greater awareness to the educational and enlightening value of astrology.


A lot of people either don’t really know what astrology is, or if they sort of know what it is they don’t quite know what it is good for or how to apply it, much less how to take it seriously.

The short answer...

Astrology is an ancient practice of studying planetary and luminary cycles and how they resonate and synchronize with our journey through life on Earth.

Evolutionary Astrology provides deep insight into our soul’s intentions in this lifetime and the evolution of our consciousness, such as why we experience certain situations, and where to focus our energy so that we can do our soul’s work and grow to be the best possible version of ourself.

The long answer...

Astrology is a body of knowledge best described, in short, as a window into the potentialities and nuances of all life on Earth. It is difficult to explain HOW it works, but it works. Frankly, and at the risk of sounding preposterous, our fellow planets and luminaries are entities deserving of consciousness; they are alive and actively generating energy, just as any living entity does. In other words, they are orbs of immense influence, each emanating different etheric forces which we cannot describe, other than to say these forces reach us here on Earth and create reactions within the time/space continuum we know as third dimensional reality. For instance, the emanating force from Uranus has a frequency that reacts with a frequency on Earth that experientially is associated with rapid and sudden inspiration; an enlightening resonance. Thus, the consciousness of Uranus creates rapid and sudden inspiration by way of a resonant reaction between its frequency and ours. If we were to imagine ourselves standing in an open field alone, a light wind blowing from the south, stars glittering in a dark night sky…we feel, we listen, we stand straighter and finally experience a flash of awakening, a moment of clarity, heart-warming inspiration, a deep understanding of life. This is a direct reaction between the resonating frequencies in our etheric composition—our aura, if you will—and the long-approaching forces emanating from the consciousness of Uranus.

Practicing astrology involves studying, learning, and being able to recognize the patterns, cycles, and effects of the aforementioned frequencies in the configurations of planetary and luminary entities on the ecliptic, the path upon which the zodiac exists. Entities that are enmeshed in mythologies embedded in our collective unconscious. Throughout history, astrology teachings have strayed little from their original meanings, even with differences in mythological attributions toward the planets from culture to culture. Mercury, for instance, has always influenced commerce, messages, cleverness, education, and travel, regardless if the planet itself was named after a different god from a culture other than Roman culture, such as the Greek Hermes, the Hindi Buddhi, the Icelandic Máls Stjarna, the Egyptian Thoth, or the Babylonian Nabu. Mythology is first and foremost the bridge of understanding between the essence of the planetary emanations and our resonating collective unconscious here on Earth. What I mean by that is, from a Jungian perspective, all history and pre-history resides within our collective unconsciousness, and as such we unconsciously experience and create history as we relate to it. Our dreams are filled with symbols and stories directly related to symbols and stories we have either seen or will see in the future. Quantum physics has proven that time is not linear, thus if reincarnation is valid, it is quite possible we have already experienced parts of our future, as we are familiar with the word future. Past lives didn’t necessarily happen in what we are familiar with as the past. They have already happened, that is all. If time is not linear, despite the movement of the planets through the limiting third dimension—of which we are mostly only familiar with—coaxing us to believe otherwise, anything can happen at any time. However, the capacity of our consciousness to understand and accept the past being the future and vice versa is not large enough yet. If our consciousness is evolving (expanding), then perhaps this is what is taking place; we are creating a greater capacity within our consciousness to understand the breadth of reality, the breadth of Truth.

As to astrology’s accuracy and legitimacy, that can either be taken completely on true faith or be decided upon by one who takes the time to study it, practice it, and apply it. If one chooses to disbelieve its legitimacy and accuracy, it is because they have not studied, practiced, or applied it to their lives. Once one does these three things with astrology, it is almost certain they will recognize its inherent value on multiple levels.

First things first, astrology has been around since pre-history. To quite literally illustrate this, the cluster of stars known as the Pleiades, which is within the constellation of Taurus, is depicted on the walls of Lascaux in southern France directly above a painting of a bull. Additionally, the cluster of stars known as Hyades, also within the constellation of Taurus, is seen within the same bull’s face. The bull, of course, is the archetype associated with the zodiac sign of Taurus. These paintings in the caves at Lascaux are thought by some to be the work of ancient shamans depicting our cosmography. Although this is pretty convincing evidence that humans have been studying the night sky and recognizing figures and archetypes within it for at least 15,000 years, when the Lascaux cave paintings were created, many people are not convinced. As such, there will be no end to skeptics seeking to disprove astrology, no matter any evidence supporting it.

In the time period of recorded history, however, there is unequivocal representation of astrology found all over the world. From China to Japan, India to Persia, Egypt to Europe, and all over the Americas, astrology has played an integral role in not only developing physical structures that correspond to seasonal changes and celestial events, or helping farmers know when to sow and reap their crops, which are both more astronomical applications, but also in guiding shamans, priests, and spiritual healers to understand the subtleties of human relations, the outcome of certain initiatives, as well as the collective psychological conditions of consciousness and experiential reality. Modern astrology concerns itself primarily with these latter applications.