Mitchell Scott Lewis

Mitchell Scott Lewis

Mitchell Scott Lewis has been a practicing astrologer and teacher in New York City for more than twenty years. For a dozen years, he worked on the Mercantile Exchange as an astro‑economist, where he authored a newsletter, “Trading By Starlight.” He has appeared on 20/20 and been quoted in Barron’s, the New York Post and other publications. In his newsletters, radio and TV appearances, and lectures at the Princeton Club from 1999‑2009, he successfully predicted a year in advance the rise of oil prices, the exact top of the housing market, the deterioration of the mortgage business, the current recession, and the 2008 stock market crash, all of which happened within days of his predictions. His clientele include leading financiers, health professionals, show business figures and people from all walks of life. He has been invited to lecture at the next United Astrology Conference in 2011, the largest assembly of astrologers in America. Mitchell is also an accomplished jazz pianist and singer‑songwriter with a nationally‑charted single. His father, to whom this book is dedicated, was Irwin Lewis, novelist and author of dozens of radio and early TV shows, including Suspense Theatre. http://www.mitchastro.com/home.html

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9 Responses to Mitchell Scott Lewis

  1. I just completed reading DEATH IN THE 12TH HOUSE, and really enjoyed it. I was so happy for the character Marty and his outcome, it made me feel great, with a restored faith in my soul of good overcoming evil, even if it did come late in life for the character.

  2. Just finished Death in the 12th House and enjoyed it…now I have to read Murder in the 11th…and would like to know where you publish your predictions. Thanks and keep up the good work. M.H.

    • Hi Maria,
      Thank you. I’m so very glad that you enjoyed the book.
      Most of my predictions are on my website http://www.mitchastro.com in my monthly newsletters. Some predictions are on Youtube videos that were released through the years. If you go to Youtube and punch my name in you should be able to view them. I also made some of my best known financial prediction while doing a series of lectures for SIRE (The Society for the Investigation of Recurring Events) a group of Wall Street financiers, at the Princeton Club in New York from 1999 – 2009 where I predicted the crash of 2008 within weeks of its occurrence more than a year in advance. I credit astrology for the knowledge and am very blessed to have learned this amazing discipline so many years ago.

  3. The bio recites that the author is a singer songwriter with a nationally chartered single. I was just wondering the name of that song. It is something that I would find of interest.

    • Hi Tim,
      Sorry it took so long to respond – I haven’t been to this page for a while and just saw your post.
      It’s called “Love Isn’t Easy to Find” and charted many years ago in country, although it’s really a pop song. It’s what we used to call a ‘push ballad’. Part of a 9 song CD I put out, a mixture of several styles of music. A bit of Jazz, some rock ‘n roll, and several ballads. I wrote a lot of break up songs back then. And I was blessed to play with some of the best musicians working in New York.
      Thank you for your interest. I used to have the tracks up on my website http://www.mitchastro.com and just realized they were no longer there. I’ll make them available to listen to ASAP, and then if you want you can buy the CD.

      All the best,
      Mitch

  4. I have enjoyed Murder In the 11th House and hope there will other mysteries to solve by the Starlight Detective Agency.

  5. Murder in the 11th House was one of the most interesting books I’ve read. It kept me interested throughout the entire story. Thank you for such an enjoyable book! I want to read more of your writings and cannot wait until you have another book published.

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