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Originally posted by FissionSurplus
Sagittarius, November 26th.
Originally posted by leolady
Hey everyone... for those concerned I am not trying to offend the hard work of astrology and traditional horoscopes in any way.
This thread is not based on your traditional horoscope. It is "my" personal horoscope for those who wish for one. It is being done my way and it is a different kind of horoscope.
Take from it what you will. I'm having fun with it.
Originally posted by mc4denmark
could be fun
I am cancer, 21 June 1984.edit on 12-11-2012 by mc4denmark because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by AuranVector
Originally posted by AdAstra
reply to post by leolady
Just out of curiosity.... based on what do you write your horoscopes when the transits of planets, on which forecasts are based, correspond to the ascendant (rising sign), not the solar sign, unless they are the same?
Predictive work requires a genuine personal horoscope as a foundation. The astrologer needs the birth month, day, year, birth hour, and birth location to be able to erect a "personal horoscope."
There are many methods in astrological predictive work: secondary & tertiary progressions, a solar return chart, and transits. All require a personal horoscope.
It's not enough to have a Sun Sign or a Rising Sign. You must have exact absolute longitudes for the position of all the planets and sensitive points (Rising Degree & Mid-Heaven) in a particular personal horoscope (normally called a birth chart or radix) to map out the transits.
An exact birth time is needed for an exact Rising Degree.
Is that clear?edit on 11-11-2012 by AuranVector because: to reformat