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A Site to See before Part II or Bookmark This

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Posted: April 1, 2008, 6:43 am - IP Logged

      In Part I, I mentioned several points that I use to help find and play winning numbers.  A lot of people express to me that they just don't have time or money to invest in having a natal astrology chart done or to memorize/figure out the finer points of astrology.  I am the first to agree that as you enter into intermediate or advanced astrology, it takes much study and devotion.   However, an introduction to astrology will be what you make it and what fits your world.   

  I think the majority of people come to astrology in mainly 2 ways - they either have a chance encounter with an astrologer and/or they have 1 or 2 experiences which were "called" by astrological influences.  In each case, the proof is in the pudding.  The true skeptic will always say that a flipped coin will act predictably a certain percentage of time.... and therefore astrology is bound to get it right some of the time....   You know the drill.   The truth is that this holds water right up to the point where an astrological 'forecast' pinpoints the future and you are hooked.

  For a very long time I was convinced that astrology would never be very meaningful for me personally because I don't know my time of birth - a requirement for a comprehensive natal chart. As I grew to know more about astrology, the lack of this piece of information really bothered me.  With time, I've come to understand that astrology can and does help me too.  I do have to work a little harder at it but for anyone without their birth time, it can work for you too. 

  Much fun is made of 'horrorscopes" and those little blurbs printed in your daily news that tell everyone in a sun sign for that day that "you will come into a large sum of money."   These rarely register with me.  However, if Gerald James Jackson says Gemini has a lucky period coming up, I'm all ears.  When Susan Miller speaks about health and career issues, she always has my attention.  The information is available to virtually everyone and at no cost beyond internet or publication expense.

  Which brings me to the point of this post.  A great site to visit with tons of FREE information, covering beginner to advanced astrology, with the nuances actually spelled out.  There are free natal charts, daily and monthly transits (by birthdate). Tons of info about transits.  Check out the calenders for each month which colorfully highlight transits and other stuff we need to know (good money days, for one). There is also a section on "predictive" astrology. The neat thing is that once you enter your birthdate and potentially time of birth, it's all about you.  Enjoy.

    www.cafeastrology.com       (Link provided with prior approval from Todd)


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    Posted: April 1, 2008, 9:12 am - IP Logged

    Thanks Jake!  Much appreciated

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      Posted: April 1, 2008, 9:31 am - IP Logged

      Jake, I did a quick check of cafeastrology and quickly bookmarked it.  I'm sure that I will spend quite a bit of time there.

      Thank you very much!!!!

      P.S.   I don't know the actual time of my birth, just that it was sometime between midday and 4:30 p.m. Do you have a suggestion about selecting a time to use?  My parents, aunts and uncles are deceased so that avenue of information is closed and there is no time of birth listed on my birth certificate.

      Thanks again.

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        Posted: April 1, 2008, 4:00 pm - IP Logged

        Thank you so much!

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          Posted: April 1, 2008, 5:16 pm - IP Logged

          Jake, I did a quick check of cafeastrology and quickly bookmarked it.  I'm sure that I will spend quite a bit of time there.

          Thank you very much!!!!

          P.S.   I don't know the actual time of my birth, just that it was sometime between midday and 4:30 p.m. Do you have a suggestion about selecting a time to use?  My parents, aunts and uncles are deceased so that avenue of information is closed and there is no time of birth listed on my birth certificate.

          Thanks again.

            Having danced all around this with an astrologist or 2, here's what they told me:  If you actually have a general idea (morning, middle of night, afternoon, etc.), lean towards a time that is middle of the road for the generality - for instance if you think you were born between midnight and 6 a.m. - pick roughly 3 a.m.  The other option was to pick a time that was significant to you.  For instance, every morning you wake up exactly at 3:30 a.m. or every afternoon you noticed a clock at 5 p.m.  Not scientific, probably not accurate on the money, but the middle of the road is certainly equal distal to both ends.  Hope this helps!  J