L. Silverton is a certified professional astrologer in practice since
1975. She holds a masters degree in psychology and is nationally certified
by the American Federation of Astrologers.
For 16 years, Kathryn wrote her "In the Stars" column for United Airlines' in-flight magazine, Hemispheres, and is a contributing writer to Atlanta's Aquarius newspaper. She served 6 years as president of the Metropolitan Atlanta Astrological Society, and as recording secretary and treasurer.
Kathryn has been heard on
radio talk shows throughout the United States and hosted her own program.
Callers are often surprised by the accuracy of her "instant readings,"
which are based on the date, time and place of a callers birth.
She has written articles
for various publications, including Atlanta magazine, Maryland's
Family Magazine and Charlotte Creative Loafing. She was
mentioned in the 1991 World Series Edition of Sports Illustrated for predicting prior to the start of the "worst-to-first"
season that the Atlanta Braves would go to the World Series in 1991.
She also accurately predicted the end of the Persian Gulf War, before
the ground war even began. Kathryn predicted the timing of the end of
the baseball strike of 1995 and the winner of the 2000 presidential
election. She recently accurately predicted the outcome of the 2001
mayoral race and three out of four winners of the City Council race
for Charlotte, North Carolina, upon request of Charlotte Creative
Articles about Kathryn have
appeared in several publications, including the Atlanta Business
Chronicle and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She was honored
at the Eighth Annual Atlanta Journal Letter Writers Forum in 1988
for a letter to the editor regarding the historical practice of astrology
in the United States and the status of astrology in Atlanta. In addition
to consulting with clients throughout the world she also teaches astrology,
including the mathematics of casting charts, and offers lectures to
various organizations such as MENSA and Rotary Clubs.