About: Kramer Wetzel
The Fishing Guide to the Stars…
Ordained in two separate churches, with both college and university degrees, an honorary doctorate, certified life coach, Reiki Master, Certified Psychic, and hoary cross-training in Tarot, Runes, Tea Leaf Reading, my preference is still the realm of astrology. I start with a “Western” version, think: the stuff in the newspaper. Sun Signs. “Sun signs in love. cf., that first book.”
Born and raised in a little town in East Texas, typically, Sagittarius, I’ve been all over, school and university in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, finally settling back in my native Austin, over the years I honed my skill set with an eye for the absurd — living in a trailer park long before trailer parks in South Austin were cool. From there, I’ve drifted south towards the Gulf Coast, currently residing on the south side of San Antonio, not too far from the Alamo. Yes, remember the Alamo?
So far, I’ve been a truck driver, house painter, bartender, bar owner, motorcycle mechanic, and then the tale gets murky.
Forged in that creative cauldron, the weekly column, “Fishing Guide to the Stars,” is a pioneering effort to combine an ongoing study of various schools of astrology, astronomy, and the science of human behaviors, trying to make sense of life, wrapped in an amusing container.
First penned in 1987, online since 1993, weekly from 1995, I’ve written daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly horoscopes. My current long-standing love is the weekly format.
As a typical Sagittarius, I continues to travel as an occasionally itinerant astrology reader, speaker and teacher. Yes, I’ve been featured on local and national TV, as an astrologer.
From a careful study of medieval astrology texts to the modern assumption that Texans are descended from a race of Space Alines, I’ve been called a “professor of human culture.”