Your Western Chart–& Interpretation and Forecast (Jan 2, 2007 )

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    Michelle Young
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    Michelle Astrology dp Michelle YoungJan 2, 2007
    Your Western Chart–& Interpretation and Forecast

    Almost every day, someone ignores the statement for this community–that this community is not for your personal chart interpretation–and asks for their Ascendant, Moon, interpretation or forecast according to Western astrology.

    If you’re looking for these things, go here:

    You need to use this data and your birthplace to find out the Ascendant.

    Go to Astrodienst and use the following URL:

    Astrodienst

    You’ll see a link that says “Chart Drawing, Ascendant.” Click on that and it will ask for your data. That’s your birthdate, accurate time and place of birth. It will tell you the Ascendant.

    The various components of that chart will be “clickable,” and a generic computerized explanation will pop up for you. The site is quite extensive, and while computerized readings can’t do it all–ever–it will give you some basic ideas.

    On Thursdays, Astrodienst offers you a look at all of the planetary interactions with your individual chart with computerized explanations. I need to warn you, however, that computerized explanations cannot offer clear understandings of complex configurations like Grand Trines, Grand Crosses and T-squares. đŸ™‚

    The site is intended as first aid for astrology–not major surgery.

    Michelle Astrology dp Michelle YoungDec 30, 2007
    A reminder for those of you who have been asking about your chart and interpretation. Not a cure-all, but a little computerized insight. It’s not as good as the one-on-one astrological contact with a professional, but it will take you a bit more out of the dark about Western astrology.

    Michelle Astrology dp Michelle YoungJan 31, 2008
    Time to bring this up again.

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