Monthly Archives: June 2010

How do you calculate daily charts?

The process of calculating a daily chart is simple if taken in steps! Unlike the familiar figure (left), it is not actually difficult to manually calculate the MC angle for an “in-between” daily chart for a given date between two … Continue reading

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Precession-corrected Solar Return

Marilyn Bell’s p.c. Solar Return, 1953 A conventional Tropical Solar Return for 1953 has been previously posted.  That Solar Return occurred 5 hours, 2 minutes, 22 seconds earlier and the Moon in that chart was at a position of 3 … Continue reading

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Precession-corrected Lunar Return

The precession-corrected Tropical Lunar Return. This chart is somewhat similar to the conventional Tropical Lunar Return chart, the angles having shifted only a few degrees.  But, let us look at those changes. Natal Saturn is now much closer to the … Continue reading

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Essay added on “Precession”

Part One and Part Two of an essay on “Precession” has now been written and posted on the Essay page. Precession is a critical factor to consider with some applications of Astrology.  Although natal and progression charts are not directly … Continue reading

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Comming Soon!

A brief exploration of Nicholas Copernicus birth,      death, rediscovery of his “lost” remains, and his reburial with honors centuries later. A remarkable example of how one’s birth chart, and the MC-Solar Cycle, carries on past a lifetime.  This will be … Continue reading

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Doing a Lunar Return backwards

If we want to find out how a Lunar Return works, then we work backwards. In the case of Marilyn Bell we know that she entered Lake Ontario on Sept. 8, 1954 at 11:07 PM and reached the breakwater at … Continue reading

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