I began studying astrology under Pedro Sette Câmara, a former student of the world famous astrologer, John Frawley. I wanted to understand natural symbolism, and to see if this strange (at least to me) techique worked, so I got interested in horary. Years later, after having studied much and having practiced more, I took Frawley's Horary Course, becoming a Horary Craftsman in 2012.
Besides being a Horary Craftsman, I also have a BSc in Biology (and a MSc in Ecology), and I've worked for over a decade as a translator.
I have no sympathy for what is commony known as modern astrology, but I don't see myself as a "traditional", or "medieval", astrologer, either. An astrologer according to, or within, the Astrological Tradition would be a more accurate expression. Rather than worshipping ancient relics, I practice a living craft.
I have the honor of being a Master Astrologer at Chris Warnock's Society of Astrologers Directory. I'm the only Brazilian there.
I speak and understand Portuguese, English, and French, and understand Spanish.
I've translated John Frawley's revised and updated "The Horary Textbook" into Portuguese (Apprentice Books), and Anthony Griffin's "Astrological Judgment of Theft" (released as a Kindle e-book).
I also published "Stars and Life", a collection of essays on astrology, as a Kindle e-book.