Aquarius Nation Personalized Astrology Birth Chart Book Review

Aquarius Nation personalized birth chart book

I’ve been a fan of KV / Aquarius Nation for a few years now. She’s a light worker in this world and a really good soul. She puts out the BEST monthly horoscopes I’ve ever read. I look forward to them each month as they are packed with helpful info. She never fails to deliver a timely message just when I need it. So when I followed one of her links to her Etsy shop I was intrigued by her listing for a personalized birth chart book. I won’t go over everything she includes in a book but you can read the listing for a book right here. She makes some bold claims as to what you might see in your personalized book, but knowing how useful I found her horoscopes, I was intrigued by what a personalized book might include so I ordered one of my own.


Wow. Wow. Wow.

The word life-changing can be thrown around a lot on the internet. Lots of links to life changing habits, life changing diets, life changing organizational hacks, etc. In reality any of those things has the potential to be life changing, IF you actually do the work to change your life. In this case, KV delivers. My book was FILLED with insights and relevant tidbits about my life. Things that there are NO way KV could have known, even IF (and she doesn’t) she delved deep, deep, deep into my personal history. There are things that I didn’t think were relevant the first time I read though the book but when I went back I realized that those things had happened, manifested or presented themselves in the meantime. There are some pages where my mouth was just open and I was gasping. Like unbelievable predictions that I would have not seen coming in a million years and then there werethose things were happening in the background that I wasn’t even aware of. In addition to the personal insights, she includes clarity on so many of my life’s goals, talents and callings. I can honestly say that almost every single page included something useful to me. I go back to my book often as a helpful reminder of the path I’m on and I’m always glad I did.

KV/Aquarius Nation can also be found here… Aquarius Nation websiteInstagram and Facebook.

Thank you so much for sharing your insights with the world, KV!!:)

How I Color Coded My Brusho Crystal Containers

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Brusho Crystal Colours are basically highly pigmented watercolors in crystal form. You sprinkle the color crystals onto your paper. If your paper is wet upon sprinkling you’ll see the crystals react to water immediately. If your paper was dry, then you’ll spray it and see the reaction. You’ll get a different look each time. You can make unlimited amazing artwerks with Brushos.

The only issue I had with Brushos was how to organize them so that I could easily tell what color was inside each container. They are marked on the front of each, but I had to take them out of the box to see the side of each container. I could have just written the names on the top of each container, but I have no idea off the top of my head, the exact visual differences between Scarlet, Brilliant Red, Ost. Red and Crimson. I wanted to see the differences.


As in I like results. but I’m super lazy. I also have to do e.v.e.r.y.thing with a baby on my lap – so that’s super helpful in getting stuff done. Sooooo, I looked around to see what might work. I dug out my 1 1/4″ circle punch. 1″ would really be preferable, but I think this is a little larger. It still worked out ok – it was roughly the same size as the caps of each crystal container. I then rubbed my hands together in my best mad scientist act and got to work.

I used a piece of watercolor paper because um these are watercolors after all. I measured out 24 squares (I have the 24 color set of Brushes) that were each a little larger than my punch.

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Then I pulled each Brusho container out of the box, wrote the name of the color and painted a swatch of that color.

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Here’s what all 24 swatches looked like on the squares. I could have made these a little more even without all the water pools, but the very squirmy six-month-old on my lap was not really that into this diy project.

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Next, I punched out a circle from each square color swatch. Once the circle was punched, I used my Scotch ATG tape gun (best tool EVER) to add two strips of tape to the back of the swatch. Once the glue was on, I used my hole punch to punch a hole in the middle of each circle. The majority of Brusho users seem to agree that a few holes (I used a large sewing needle to poke three holes in each) in each top is the best way to shake out just enough crystals without wasting any. These crystals are super pigmented so a little goes a long way. The punched hole in the circle swatch allows the pigment to still be shaken out.

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Here is my finished result!:)Aren’t they pretty?

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