The people featured on this page have contributed to the Astro Moon Diary.

We hope you enjoy seeing a little more of what they do.


Tchenka Sunderland

Tchenka Sunderland
Tchenka writes every year for our Moon Diary and Moon Calendar. We have known her for over twenty years, she is a dear personal friend and inspiriation in our lives.
"Thirty five years I've had my head in the stars! After years of consulting, teaching, broadcasting and writing, my current work involves in-depth study of nature’s seasonal processes, examining the physical properties of ruling planets, their metals and herbs, and looking more closely at the season’s traditional customs. A “perennial philosophy” has emerged that suggests that those characteristics endowed by our astrological inheritance are our own personal experience and expression of natural forces that operate all the time in this world Below. The birth chart then becomes a description of our fundamental "leaden" Nature and it becomes our life task to apply our consciousness towards manifesting its highest potential here on the earth - to be the gold!"
For readings email astrology at (replace at for @)

Jaki Miles-Windmill D.F. Astrol.S

Jaki Windmill astrologer
I am deeply respectful of Astrology and Astrologers because we are constantly developing the body of knowledge which is always evolving. I’m constantly shocked by how literal it can be in its incredible accuracy. It’s an amazing tool, a lens through which to learn from the past, to observe the present and to prepare as much as is possible for the future. Our personalities are indeed written in the stars -  from which we arrive to a certain place and at a certain time on the earth. We can become more informed about ourselves and others in the study of Astrology through the birth chart that reveals what arrived with us from the Cosmos in our ‘suitcase of possibilities’ when we were born, clutched in our tiny hands!

I’m from St.Ives, Cornwall -  living in Wales. I’m also a Shamanic Practitioner, a musician, a teacher and I write for children - and for this site, the Moon calendar and the Moon Diary.

Nascita Montuschi

I live on the Somerset Levels with a man and three dogs, sing a lot and am grateful to have astrology as the language of my inner life. I never get tired of seeing an astrological energy answer its name by appearing in the eyes of the person whose chart I'm reading.

Jean Elliott

I love to bring astrology and astronomy together as our ancestors did.  I love to try and explain what happens, in ways that are easy to understand, during eclipses of the Sun and Moon, when the planets go retrograde (backwards against the order of the constellations) and so on.  I enjoy interpreting these events in an inspiring and helpful way, which is not to deny that some of them are challenging; but symbols are just that – symbols – which can be understood and used in many different ways.  That was the original meaning of magic - perhaps.  ‘We must always bear in mind that we are not going to be free, but are free already.’  Swami Vivekananda, in Indian Wisdom 365 days.   


Liz Crow
Liz sings, writes and lives in Cornwall. All of nature is her delight.  
quarrycrow at (replace at for @)

Ros Briagha
Greenwitch, astrologer and priestess. I have been following the Magic Path since childhood, and teaching astrology, tarot and the Way of Spirit for over 40 years. I lead sweat lodges and ceremony and try to live lightly on Mother Earth.

Lilith Wildwood
Teaches magick, Qabalah, and mysticism and is a therapist and energy healer.

Tim Holland
Astronomical Astrologer from Gloucestershire.


Wendy Andrew

Wendy Andrew
Wendy's paintings are inspired by the ancient mysteries that are wrapped in the turning of the seasons, and the voice of The Goddess whispering through the mythical realms.

Jill Smith

Artist, writer and performer - living in the Hebrides.

Jean Parker

Artist and multi media creator, living in London.

Rob Rowe

Lives in beautiful Lulworth Cove in Dorset and photographs local scenes.

Tanya Hinton

Unique and unusual paintings of creatures in oil on weathered wood and driftwood.

Jackie Yeomans

My working process is a form of meditation, I go into an earth zone, considering its aspects: the millions of years of formation, the dynamic eco system, the gift of its life force energising the seed, my gratitude for abundance and my concern for the extensive decline of healthy soil, abused by industrial farming practices and the effects of climate change. The strata of coastlines inspire my thoughts of time and memory of place and the movement through it, the overlay, from prehistoric to present. My art practice is holistic nurturing: earth is life. I create aesthetic form as a blessing to good health and guardianship. 

Emma Burnett

Emma is passionate about art, wildlife and gardening. She has combined all these by creating a beautiful, tranquil and organic garden where she lives, which is a contstant inspiration for her painting and drawing.

Michale Cruickshank

Michael has been a professional landscape painter since 1980. Because he lives, works and walks in the countryside he is able to immerse himself in the forever changing moods and seasons and aims to capture these inspiring but sometimes fleeting moments of cloud formations, early morning mists and milky moons in his paintings.

Foosiya Miller

Sculptor and artist living in Dorset
ladyduval at (replace at for @)



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