Marcha Fox, B.S., physics and minor in English 1987 from Utah State University. She retired from NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas after a twenty-three year career in the aerospace industry. She worked with the space shuttle for most of her career in a variety of capacities ranging from engineer, database designer/programmer, and technical writer to manager.

Following the Columbia accident in 2003 she participated in the recovery efforts in East Texas and subsequently researched the astrology of this accident as well as the Challenger and Apollo I fire with the results published in the Leo 2006 issue of the ISAR Journal. She’s an International Academy of Astrology (IAA) graduate as well as a former instructor and conference speaker.

As a physicist she is deeply aware that the most profound questions in the universe are yet unanswered.  When those answers are found, she believes that the truth and mechanism of astrology will be among them.  The great truths of science, religion and astrology, which were once united, have been separated too long and she looks forward to the day when they're once again reconciled as they were in the beginning.  It is her fondest desire to contribute to uncovering the scientific basis for spiritual phenomena such as astrology, intuition, telepathy, psychic insights and so forth.