Friday, December 5, 2008

Astrological Chart Rectification - A Specialty

Do you know the exact time you were born? It's important if you want an accurate astrology reading. You can check hospitals and the family Bible or your mother's memory. But if you're still not sure, an astrologer trained for this can "rectify" your chart. S/he will take important dates and back them in to you chart for an exact fit.

Here's an example of what you'll need to provide.

1) day, month and year of birth;
2) city, state and/or country of birth (if born outside of the U.S.);
2) The time of birth recorded on birth certificate;
3) A list of dates for some major life events such as (but not limited to):

  • - sibling(s) born/adopted on (m/d/yy);
    - moved to new house/apt on (m/d/yy) - provide all known as well as the city & state or country;
    - parents divorced on (m/d/yy);
    - grandparent(s) died on m/d/yy);
    - other close family or friend(s) died on (m/d/yy);
    - first date/romantic experience on (m/d/yy);
    - started first job on (m/d/yy);
    - dropped out of or graduated high school on (m/d/yy);
    - dropped out of or graduated college on (m/d/yy);
    - serious romantic relationship started on (m/d/yy) - provide all for which at least approximate dates are known;
    - got married on (m/d/yy);
    - child(ren) born on (m/d/yy);
    - got divorced on (m/d/yy);
    - job promotion and/or loss on (m/d/yy);
    - went back to school on (m/d/yy);
    - changed professional field on (m/d/yy);
    - significant illness or injury started on (m/d/yy);
    - received inheritence on (m/d/yy);
    - won something significant on (m/d/yy);
    - lost something significant on (m/d/yy)

You don't need to research and send dates for every single event from the above examples - and it’s OK if you can’t get the exact day of the month and year for some of the events you can provide. It helps to be as specific and accurate as possible, but we can certainly work with some of the events dated as merely “spring 1988″ or “fall 1972″, for example.

Also, you can send types of important events other than what is listed above. Please just be sure to briefly describe each event you do send (nothing detailed, merely “first marriage on (m/d/yy)”, or “got promoted on (m/d/yy)”, etc.).

Oh, and can you tell what line(s) of work tyou or the person is in? What are favorite activities/hobbies? What’s the style of conversation - animated, rambling and tangential, or something different?

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