Caravanserai Astrology and Aromatherapy by Laura Lynne Crandall 

Click for Mobile horoscope. Lynne Crandall is a Psychic Astrologer and reader/and artisan botanical perfumer working in the Okemos/East Lansing area and she offers a variety of psychic and astrology services. She also teaches classes and workshops and lectures. For a list of her services, click here.  Her bio is also on Find an Astrologer.

Lynne is available by appointment at her Okemos office, right off Interstate 96, minutes from East Lansing, a stone's throw from Michigan State University  and a quick hour from U of M at Ann Arbor. Phone or office consultations by appointment. Tel: 517-381-0848  email: lynne@whiteroseofprovence.com.  

This site offers a weekly horoscope and astrology & aromatherapy services. 

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Thumbnail from A Tale from the Decameron by John William Waterhouse

 

A Little Shakespeare

Lines from A Midsummer Night's Dream; or  -  how to view the pages at the Caravanserai Cafe.

"If we shadows have offended 

(if the actors here on the stage of life or the caravan mistress have offended you),  

think but this and all is mended 

( just look at it as fun intended): 

that you have but slumbered here while these visions did appear, 

(since life is but a dream in some sense, you are dreaming this whole thing anyway, or maybe daydreaming especially if you are at work and doing this to kill a little time) 

and this weak and idle theme is no more yielding than a dream"

(just remember we did our best to entertain you but if it didn't,  just think of it as a dream you can wake from and leave after all ). 

(We take our bow and bid adieu, adieu, adieu, adieu, we say good bye to our visitors)

Midsummer Night's Dream

óWill Shakespeare 

(with commentary from Lynne)

 

the Caravanserai Cafe

East Lansing

Enjoy yourself at the Caravanserai Cafe, an eclectic  collection and review of the of this site.

For Lynne's astrology column which formerly appeared in several Gannett newspapers (including the Lansing State Journal's Noise Magazine),  click on your sign above

Site on noted astrologers with astrology columns

To inquire about her astrology services email lynne@whiteroseofprovence.com or go to services

Lynne's  Appearances 

Astrology and aromatherapy services

Tarot  Weekly Tarot Spread

Lynne's Bio

Bio on Charles Jayne - Father of modern technical Astrology who wrote a weekly astrology column for the New York Daily News

Story of Perfume, Caravanserai - The Story of Perfume - Join our travelers at the historical caravanserai's ( inn's along the caravan route - the Silk Road and Spice Road) - they trade perfume oils and stories  with figures like Marco Polo.  It was along the caravan routes that exotic perfume oils were first traded.  You soon will be able to order these exotic goods from the order section.

Monthly Perfume Blend for the month with some perfume lore

Paintings featured on this web site were done by a group called The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.  These were  English and a few American artists who formed an association in 1848 to recapture the beauty and simplicity of the medieval world, taking much of their subject matter from mythological and medieval tales.   They identified Raphael (Italian, 1483-1520) with the scientific interests of Renaissance art.  They aimed to study nature, to sympathize with what is true and heartfelt in earlier art, and to infuse their works with literary symbolism, bright colors, and attention to detail. 

Remember a web site is always a work in progress, just like life. There is lots more to come.

Visit Lynne for your astrology chart and your own blend of natural perfume at her office, just minutes from Michigan State University and Lansing's Capitol Complex.

lynne@whiteroseofprovence.com     Web site by Lynne Crandall All Rights Reserved White Rose of Provence 2000, 2010

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