Next: looking at Lunar Returns

Our next post will examine the usefulness of Lunar Returns

Astrologers who utilize Tropical Zodiac Solar Returns will typically search for meaningful periods within the annual period in which the Solar Return’s promise will likely be carried out.  For this purpose, they utilize other types of charts.

This is contrary to the methods generally used by myself . . . . I use the natal chart, the precession-corrected Solar Return as a cyclic chart that is connected to the natal chart, and a form of daily chart that rests upon that same cycle, the MC-Solar Cycle for all of the dates between successive Solar Returns.  This is a somewhat “unified” approach that drills down from the whole life view (natal chart) to the period view (the Solar Return) to the daily view (the PDA daily charts).

So, please bear with me while I construct a couple of Lunar Return charts and use them to illustrate how the search for a date is done using this Tropical Zodiac based method.  See you in a day or two.  Dave

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About dadsnook

Dave has been exploring cyclic astrology since the mid-1970's. CYCLIC astrology utilizes both Return charts and planetary-pair cycles for short-term prediction. These practices and four years of archived material are available for study or reading at ninthhouse.wordpress.com A new book, Personal Prediction ISBN 978-9-615-63033-5, has been published and the MC-Solar Cycle technique is now supported through a recognized software provider so that all students and practicing astrologers can apply these techniques for their own use. Recently, Dave has been exploring a new charting format:, transiting Moon to natal Sun Return charts. These moon-sun returns show how see seek to maintain or deal with change in our lives. A book is expected to be released in 2015. Contact Dave for details at dadsnook@charter.net Dave is a retired business systems analyst and automation systems engineer, enjoys woodcarving and tarot in addition to astrology.
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