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The beauty behind Beautiful Incarnations

The beauty behind Beautiful Incarnations

The beauty behind Beautiful Incarnations
May 16
22:05 2018

With every meditated step, astrological interpreter Peter Miller intently exercises his angled positioning of glistening quartz and crystals flat on a blank white table, all in alignment with the orbital matters in the sky.

Miller, the 34-years-old owner of Beautiful Incarnations, claims he was not born as an astrology enthusiast.

“Astrology didn’t come in [my life] until I was 23 years old,” Miller said. “I am an empath, I feel all these different emotions around me. [For example], my mom called me while my head was pounding and she said, ‘I hit my head earlier,’ and suddenly it all made sense.”

Miller soon found it was the small moments that revealed his potential and ultimately the sole purpose of his soon-to-be organization. Beautiful Incarnations started with a mission to help people through astrology readings.

“I really don’t go looking for people,” Miller said. “People who need me find me.”

Miller said his path to astrology and his love for what’s in the sky wasn’t always so smooth. He attended the University of North Texas from 2011 to 2016, eventually completing his bachelor’s in science and diversity training.

“I really worked my way through school with a class or two here and there,” Miller said. “Then I’d work a little more. I have gone through a lot of spiritual journeys. At one point all I bought were books on astrology and the connection with Mars and the day and time [people are] born.”

Miller, whose home town falls in close proximity to Denton, recalls times when he actively fled from his family’s home due to estranged occult activity within the family. This heightened his drive to dig deeper into others, which revealed to him a few human characteristics every human shares.

“We are all born with all these abilities at first,” Miller said. “It’s just about growing and channeling in on the ones that resonate with us the most. Every person is unique, every [astrological] map is different. No two readings are alike.”

While the address associated with his organization is not his preferred place of meeting, Miller makes himself available to his clients’ needs, setting appointments when and where a client best sees fit. Among supporters who sought Miller’s services are also strong skeptics.

Quetah Wade and her daughter Suzen Wade are Liberian and strong believers of the Christian faith. As part of their culture, Quetah and Suzen have been exposed to nearly all forms of “juju,” also known as black magic.

“Where I come from, people steal your blessings simply from a handshake,” Suzen said. “Or they will take the life of a thief and hide it under their big toe with the intention of killing them later very slowly, all the while wiping their fabricated tears and adjusting their dry face at the funeral of the deceased. ”

Between the mother-daughter duo, both said Quetah fears the implications of juju more.

“We are not afraid of juju, we are just not trying to open doors that should not be knocked on in the first place,” Quetah said. “To Hollywood and people [from cultures different] to ours, this is all make-believe and doesn’t really exist. In reality, where do you think they come up with these ideas? You think they just wake up with it? Any man that claims he holds answer from beyond future or past is dealing with an ancient magic, black magic, and no answer is free.”

Suzen explained that she was the one who searched and located Miller, thanks to the internet. However, she said she had her doubts even then.

“I gave her his name and the address and even called to make an appointment,” Suzen said. “My mom almost caved in, but she won’t do it. The fear of messing with him is almost worse than her need to see him.”

Miller said this fear is what stops people from making appointments with him.

“People are afraid astrology because they think it is evil,” Miller said. “They have this impressionable mentality that it’s composed of only negative news and negative possibilities, but future is often based off of things from the past. If you gain a better idea of what has occurred and what is occurring, then what is to come [can be identified].”

Astrologers offer many different services ranging from pointers on how to take control of one’s life to where to live based on one’s zodiac sign. But Miller’s offers extend far beyond the satisfaction of his readings, constructing a lasting veil between himself and the client, leaving no question unprobed. Miller’s services provide clients with the chance to find answers to unanswered questions.

That’s when Beautiful Incarnations comes to life, when everyday people begin to inquire about ordinary things in an extraordinary way.

Featured Image: Miller discusses how he became interested in astrology when he began guessing the ages of his customers fairly accurately during his time as a cashier at a grocery store. TJ Webb

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