Astrological Forecasting Without Birth Time

Forecasting without a birth time is like an eagle or a lark with its wing(s) clipped. The bird cannot fly, can’t soar in the sky to view earth’s magnificent beauty. Or more accurately, the bird can’t have a complete view of earth as it does when it’s up in the sky. (more…)

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Context of a Person and the 7th House

Context, context, context. Remember the context of the client that you are doing a reading for. For example, a client asked about her child – whether there’s anything to take note of. Well, Pluto ruled her child’s turned 11th house. Hopes and wishes don’t seem appropriate for a child so I suggested that maybe there’s a change in her child’s friends. My client retorted that her child is only 2 years old. What friends am I speaking about? Uh oh. Do not assume… Astrologers ain’t psychics. Ask for the age of the child. Remember Ruperti’s chapter two “The Age Factor” in his book “Cycles of Becoming”. Every interpretation should be seen in the context of age. E.g. when a progressed Sun changed sign for a client when he/she was two years old, you hardly think that your client has the mental, emotional, physical or even spiritual capacity to appreciate the shift in his/her inner self when the progression took place. And almost certainly, it would be foolish for an astrologer to go into length on the transformation in his life direction, creativity, etc at 2 years old when the client is in his/her 50 years. Unless you are a psychoanalyst and would like to use hypnosis to have the your client recall the significant events when he/she was 2 years old. (more…)

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