Adama Sesay Astrologer and Intuitive Alchemist Coach



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Today’s guest Adama Sesay is a like warm, nourishing cup of tea just mmm, so good! She is a stellar soul in our galaxy. Adama has been featured in and writes for numerous online magazines such as Allure, Bustle, Buzzfeed, Cosmopolitan,  Essence and Madam Noire, to name a few.

She is a wonderful example of trusting yourself and the unknown, a trait that was instilled in her by the women in her family.  She is fearlessly insightful and passionate, and knows astrology like the back of your hand, meaning she can tune in to you and read your chart and decode the secrets of your universe and help you move past your blocks and how to use the planets to work with you, even when it feels like the universe is not your friend. After this listening to this delightful conversation you’ll be reminded that the universe is always your friend because you are one in the same. 

She is a Cosmic Alchemist,  Astrologist and the founder of She is dedicated to empowering womxn through her profound knowledge of the universe and Magick manifestation techniques. She believes that "Magick", or creating your reality purely through will and your mind, can transform your life.


She studied under the guidance of veteran astrologists through the National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR), and she is NCGR PAA 1.

As an eternal cosmic student with three planets in the psychic sign of Scorpio, she naturally goes beneath the surface with her clients in every session, using her natural intuition and magickal expertise.  Her clientele includes womxn from all walks of life in the United States and around the globe.

Contact Adama:, Instagram: @lilithastrology,

Music: New Day by Tokyo Music Walker Stream & Download : Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0, Tokyo Music Walker: 



Produced by: Sharmila Mali. Edited by Chris Jessup. 


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