About

Architecture & Metaphysics

Author of p.s. Fortuna: Praises and Supplications For the Goddess 

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Self-initiated into the mysteries of architecture and metaphysics at the age of eleven, through the portal of an historic library building and the power of a natural mineral spring in Manitou Springs, Colorado (USA), E. Sylvia is licensed as an Architect in California and Washington State, and registered as a Metaphysician through the World Metaphysical Association. E. Sylvia is affiliated with many organizations internationally, including the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids (UK), and the National Association of Professional Women (USA).

Architecture for Buildings


In addition to her Architectural credentials, E. Sylvia has completed a Bachelor degree in Architecture from University of Maryland College Park (USA). She also served an eight year internship to learn the skills required to practice as a professional.

E. Sylvia has experience working with teams of designers for residential, commercial, and institutional structures, as well as sites, landscaping and interiors. She has also experienced collaborative ventures with construction companies for cost estimating, sales and marketing.

Metaphysics for People and Pets


E. Sylvia views metaphysics as an extension of spirituality, and learned tarot reading as a hobby. After receiving years of metaphysical guidance, given by numerous teachers and organizations, in 2012 E. Sylvia branched out into professional metaphysical consultations.

Responding to spiritual needs of people and pets, E. Sylvia accepted clergy ordainment, was initiated into Humanist, NeoPagan Wicca and Nativist traditions, and served as a Wedding and Funeral officiant. E. Sylvia is the founder and president of Temple of Fortuna dot com.

Websites


E. Sylvia has taken enough Website coding courses offered by University of London (UK) through Coursera to understand the basics. Although she was not physically on site, she discovered that the physical campus actually resembles the legendary Hogwarts School.

She considers herself to neither be a professional coder nor does she define her career in terms of computer types of architecture. Her simple websites and blogs are built with kits, managed hosting, and carefully selected third party tools to promote her other work interests.