Johnny Rodgers

To Whom It Might Concern:

Nova has been my Astrologer for over 30 years now since right after my playing days with the San Diego Chargers. I don’t make any major decisions in my life without consulting her first. For instance last August 2015 I went to get a total knee replacement on my right knee. I called Nova in May and ask what would be the best month ,day ,and  time of day to have the operation. She consulted me to go in on August 7, in the early morning to have the best results possible. I was in pretty bad shape at the time;  my right knee so bowing so bad it seem as if I was getting shorter every month. I’ve  I had gotten any shorter you could have seen my shoes in my driver’s license picture. It was a must that I get this old football injury taken care of ASAP because the pain was getting to be unbearable. I had spoken to several of my athletic counter parts and almost all of them had horror stories. One friend from Notre Dame had to get one leg operated on six times because of infection and blood clots. Another friend from the Huskers had both knees done at the same time and was close to committing  suicide because the pain was unbearable. Another friend from the Bronco’s had what you would call a successful operation, he can walk now with no pain and both knees are straight. He and I used to race all the time and play racquetball together. Well, his running days are over, he can walk kind of ok better than he could before the operation but there is no running and his racquetball days are over.  Me however, I play racquetball at least twice a week, golf and tennis better than I played in my thirties and I’m in my sixties now. I don’t care whether I’m concerned about my love life or income or my physical wellbeing I need and get expert coaching from Nova and it’s gives me the confidence to be the best that I can be. I am scheduled to get my left knee done on July 27, 2016. Guess who set the date. Nova!




Johnny “the Jet “ Rodgers

Husker Player of the Century

Most Valuable Player in the History of the Big Eight Conference

Hall of Fame ‘2000

Heisman ‘72