Astrology Relationship Chart

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An astrology birth chart (also sometimes called an astrology natal chart) shows the exact position of the Sun, Moon and planets at the time of one's birth. (Birth charts should not be confused with a current astrological chart which shows the positions of the planets and transits at the current time.).

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© Dorothy Oja - firstpublished by The Mountain Astrologer 2007 / 06.01.2015

In the world of astrology — and, ofcourse, in the world at large — the mystery of relationship is a constantand passionate pursuit. No matter how we research it, the reasons thatone person is deeply attracted to another may still elude us. However,because astrologers are preoccupied with time and timing, sooner or laterwe contemplate the question: 'What would we call the birthday ofa relationship, and how would we find it?' One could argue that thebeginning of a relationship might be defined as the time and the place ofthe individuals' first meeting. Or perhaps it is marked by the momentwhen a commitment was made.(1) Is there some way to create anastrological birth chart for any relationship at all?

Astrologers are familiar with several ways of creatingrelationship charts. Among these, the best known is the 'CompositeChart.' Essentially, a composite chart calculates the midpoint betweenthe same two planets or points — the two Suns, the two Moons, etc., ofeach individual — to arrive at the combined Sun, Moon, and so on, for therelationship. When the composite chart was first introduced inastrological literature during the 1970s, it became an exciting new toolfor astrologers to compare the charts of individuals in relationship. Using the composite chart is probably the most popular approach to analyzing a relationship. However, the composite chart, by its very nature, is an artificial construct and does not reflect a real date andplace.

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There is another technique for chart comparison called the'Davison Relationship Chart.' This method is less well known and lessused than the composite, although that may be changing. It was developed in England by Ronald Davison, also around the early '70s, and is detailedin Davison's book, Synastry and Human Relationships. This booktook a while longer to reach the shores of the United States, though, anddidn't become more widely known until the mid to late '80s.

The Davison chart is a way of combining two charts to obtain athird separate chart that describes a particular relationship dynamic — and this chart has an actual birth date and location. I have come to callthe data calculated through the Davison technique the Birthday of theRelationship! So, how do we calculate the birthday of arelationship? Like the composite chart, the Davison chart is based onmidpoints. However, the method of calculation for the two is quitedifferent. The Davison chart calculates the midpoint in time between thetwo birth dates and times and the midpoint in space between the latitudesand longitudes of the two birthplaces. The end result is a complete birthchart describing the merger of two individuals. A Davison RelationshipChart has a date, time, and location — just like any natal chart. This represents a major advantage of the Davison chart over the composite. Exploring the Davison chart is well worth your time and effort. Most astrological computer programs on the market include calculations for theDavison chart as well as the composite chart.

What Is a Midpoint?

A midpoint is a point exactly halfway between any two otherpoints, thereby linking the two separate points. The midpoint offers a release of energy — or even a combined energy exchange, if you like.Midpoints are mathematical derivations, so those of you who are numerically inclined may have a better conception of what actually takesplace. From a practical astrological perspective, it seems that energy isexchanged, and a recognition — or, as I prefer to say, a resonance — isestablished at the exact center between two other points. So, themidpoint refers back to each opposite point and also appears to reflectthe merger of the two separate and distinct energies. The midpoint, then, speaks of a perfect balance of energies, a point where two different energies can mingle and blend — ideally, to find harmony.

The midpoints calculated in the Davison chart result in a momentin time and space. In fact, the Davison is often called the Time/Spacechart. It provides an actual date that often proves to be significant inthe lives of the two people involved. The Davison chart gives us a coordinate in that vast celestial mechanism of interlocking gears that weastrologers are used to working with: a date, a time, and a location forthe birthday of a particular relationship. Thus, we have a complete chartthat we can progress and calculate solar returns for, and we can use anyother techniques that we wish. In short, we can apply the techniques to aDavison chart that can be used with any other natal chart. This is theessence and the beauty of the Davison Relationship Chart. It is not anabstract exercise in mathematics; it is much more organic, vital, andviable.

In real life, a relationship begins when two individuals firstinteract, either by physical proximity or perhaps by telephone, letter,or e-mail. With each subsequent contact, opinions are formed — obvious,subtle, or unconscious — about the other person. This chemistry betweentwo individuals is described by the Davison Relationship Chart. However,the Davison chart can be calculated for any two individuals to show thedynamic that exists between them, whether those energies are everactivated or can be activated in real time. For instance, you may beinterested to discover the magnetism or energetic pattern between you andyour favorite writer, movie idol, philosopher, politician, etc. — livingor dead!

Philosophy and theory aside, how does this chart actually work inthe lives of two people in relationship?

Delineation Example

Let's look at what a Davison chart can tell us about thechemistry between two people, described in the language of astrology.

The Sun represents vitality, consciousness, the life of the entity, the basic character. It shows themain purpose, essence, or goal of the relationship, so we need to carefully examine the sign containing the Sun, its house position, andthe major aspects it makes to other planets.

In our example Davison chart, dated December 21, 1945, the Sun isat 29° Sagittarius (see Chart 1). Taken by itself, theSun is in a broadminded fire sign, implying philosophical overtones,expansion, travel, and a focus on beliefs or belief systems in some way.The Sun in this position requires a range of movement and breadth ofvision; it is spirited and passionate. Seeking wisdom through experienceis, perhaps, its optimum expression. The 29th degree is called ananaretic degree and, sometimes, a critical degree. I find that it is arelease point in the zodiac, being more expulsive or expressive in someway. Some astrology books say it is an 'unfortunate degree, implying impatience, a crisis and disappointment.'(2) Another interpretationstates:

Being at a cusp between two zodiacal segments is apivotal, destabilizing influence. The significator on such a cusp isteeter-tottering between two realms of experience and must make a choiceabout which way to go.(3)

Also, remember that a planet at the 29th degree is often void of course — that is, it does not make any major aspects to any other planetin the chart before changing sign. At the very least, a planet at the29th degree places a special emphasis on the quality of life and thegoals of the relationship, so we should pay close attention to what it issaying.

Next, we need to assess the dispositor of the Sagittarius Sun:Jupiter in Libra, indicating abundance in relationships, opportunitiesfor making connections with others, and ease and graciousness in accommodating a wide variety of social relationships. Jupiter in Libra islocated in the 11th house; this couple is likely to have many friends —creative and unusual ones, at that — and to derive great pleasure,expansion, and satisfaction from those friendships. The Sun is alsopartile (in the same degree) conjunct the South Node. Based oninterpretations of the South Node, I consider this contact to be acontinuation of something begun previously, possibly in a past life (ifthat is your belief system) or at least something very familiar.Prevailing interpretations say that the South Node represents an area oflife that we know well, one that comes naturally to us. The Sun–SouthNode conjunction also makes this relationship more compelling, since anyconjunction is likely to increase the impact of the participatingenergies and thus raise the amplitude. My knowledge of this couple andtheir lives verifies what I call the magnetic compulsion to forge arelationship — or perhaps the destiny to resolve something already deeplyknown in the unconscious or the need to repeat a theme that wasexperienced before, as in a previous life.

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The Moon represents the emotionalcenter and the general 'comfort zone' of the relationship. What emotionsdoes the relationship typically generate? What does this relationshipneed, emotionally, in order to feel comfortable and secure? The Moon inits own sign of Cancer is strong and more sensitive than most Moonplacements, concerned with caring, security, comfort, and belonging. Thephysical home will be important for this couple and will serve as aplatform for their emotional life. As it happens, this couple enjoysopening their home to their friends and entertaining them with meals andconversation.

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The Moon is conjunct Saturn in Cancer, which is in its detriment,but this increases the security needs, as well as the 'need to be needed.' Then again, with Saturn emphasizing this challenge, the couplecould become too complacent or stuck in their respective roles andpreoccupied with their security issues. Security needs may, in fact, evenovershadow the Sun's needs for freedom to roam, travel, or simply takerisks once in a while. What is exhibited so far between these two planetsin the chart is a direct conflict between the needs of the Sun and theneeds of Moon–Saturn. The couple's primary task seems to be to satisfyboth contradictory demands. That the Moon is in its own sign of Cancerconjunct Saturnexpresses longevity but also potentialdomestic problems, family disputes, and emotional struggles that concernissues of intimacy, as well as a tendency to shut down emotionally or toperceive a lack of nurturing.

The Antidote: Each Davison chart (and,in fact, any natal chart) has a compensation or antidote for achallenging area in the chart, and this is apparent here in the positionof the Sun in Sagittarius in relation to Moon–Saturn in Cancer. Thesepositions counterbalance each other. The couple needs to be made aware ofthis intrinsic struggle, and that is precisely the job of theastrological counselor who delineates the relationship chart. (Note: Itis, however, not the job of the astrologer to tell a couple thatthey are unsuited for each other. That is a decision that each couple hasthe right to make for themselves.)

The essential conflict between the Sun and Moon also representsthe antidote; that is, the Sagittarius Sun's impetus for limitless risk and expansion is modified by the Cancer Moon–Saturn's impulse to conserveand be cautious. It is both the struggle and the antidote, or solution,and needs to be explained in this way to clients.

The Most Occupied Houses:Next, let's look at the most occupied houses of the Davisonchart. This will alert us to which life environments this relationshipwill be most invested in or preoccupied with. In our example chart, themost occupied houses are the 1st and the 8th (containing a total of seven planets and the South Node) — a placement of energies that speaks to thedevelopment of the persona/personality and issues of deep personaltransformation. These houses are also in an inconjunct or quincunx (150°)angle to each other, which tells us that many adjustments will be neededfor this relationship to run smoothly. The Sun is in the 1st house, andthe Moon is in the 8th. So, the basic inner/outer balance dynamic isrepresented by the strain and discomfort of the 150-degree angle.

This struggle involves Venus and Mars as well, because they havethe same house positions (although they are not technically 150 degreesapart or inconjunct by aspect). There is a conflict between the passiveand aggressive tendencies, possibly lending itself to unsatisfactory resolution through that psychological no-no: passive-aggressive behavior.This tendency is reinforced by Mars retrograde (Rx). There are manyinterpretations for Mars Rx: anger turned inward or, in this position (inLeo in the 8th house), strong psychological habit patterns that need tobe addressed, but also staying power. The action of the relationship(Mars) is in the area of deep transformative heart/love processes thatwill change both individuals involved.

Exact Aspects: Theaspects in the chart that are closest to exact always tell a large partof the story of the relationship. Our example has two exact (to thedegree) aspects: a Jupiter–Saturn square and a Mercury–Neptune sextile, with Neptune being the most elevated planet in the chart.

Jupiter in Libra square Saturn in Cancer re-emphasizes the coreconflict of the chart and repeats a theme we have already addressed:expansion versus contraction as seen in the position of the Sun inSagittarius and the Moon–Saturn conjunction in Cancer. The Jupiter–Saturn square points to expansion/contraction issues — when to let go and whento hang on, when to be forthcoming and when to hold back — and apotential economic/financial struggle in the relationship. Part of thecouple's story expresses this aspect well: The couple bucked prevailingconvention, from the beginning, when the woman agreed to take charge ofearning the income and maintaining the financial security of therelationship. In fact, it is largely due to the wife's thriftiness thatthis couple owns a home and is financially stable.

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Mercury sextile Neptune brings idealism and possibly pertains tothe artistic component that is so powerful in the relationship (thehusband is an artist), as well as the spiritual factors that are a strongand vivid thread in the fabric of this couple's life together.

The Chart Ruler: The ruler of theAscendant, often called the chart ruler, is Jupiter in Libra and isinvolved in one of two exact (partile) aspects in the chart, as detailedabove. Jupiter in Libra accentuates the formation of partnership, offersbenefits from partnership, and provides opportunities to understand thebalance and fairness intrinsic in any good partnership. Graciousness,generosity, and fair play come easier to this position, and the couplewill receive benefits from others.

Mercury in Sagittarius conjoins the Ascendant and emphasizes theimportance of communication and having ample scope for philosophical and wide-ranging discussions. Others will come to know the couple as communicative, and it is important to both partners to be perceived asbeing aware, alert, curious, and witty. However, Mercury's trine to Plutoin the 8th house adds a strong emotional and psychological component tocommunication and, possibly, a tendency to hold onto hurts or grudges.Certainly, this couple prefers deeper and more meaningful conversationand often chooses to express opinions in compelling, forceful, or evencontrolling ways that could alienate others.

Elemental Void: Another very importantpoint about this chart is that there are no planets in earth. One way tointerpret a lack of earth is that financial and security matters are ofgreat concern. (This supports the theme already identified elsewhere.)Another interpretation could be that this couple is working on levelsbeyond the material plane of existence — hence, the spiritual emphasis,which has been one of the strongest links between these two people fromthe beginning. More on that later.


A Word about Relocation: The location ofa Davison Relationship Chart is often very different from where the twopeople actually live. In the case of our couple, one partner was born in Europe and the other on the East Coast of the U.S., which gives us a Davison 'birth' location somewhere in the North Atlantic. It is importantto consider relocating the Davison chart to where the relationship istaking place; however, as with the relocation of natal charts, the natalchart for the Davison location is still the strongest and is, therefore,the one used for progressions. Until 1999, the couple resided in LosAngeles. However, for this delineation, I will speak only about theirrelocation to Waltham, Massachusetts, just west of Boston. In the Bostonarea, the powerful natal Davison Mars–Pluto conjunction in Leo moves tothe Midheaven; and the Sagittarius stellium, to the 2nd house (chart notshown). The net result has been an increase in art sales and teaching opportunities for the husband, so he now brings in a greater share of theincome. This also places the strong sexual/creative/transformativedynamic of that Mars–Pluto conjunction in higher focus.

A Relationship Story

Now, it's time to tell you the relationship story and how it is described by the Davison chart. This is a marriage that has just passedits 30th anniversary. Both people have a strong spiritual practice withthe Vedanta community, both were previously in religious life (as a monkand a nun), and both left the celibate life before they became a couple.The man — we'll call him 'Jim' — is an artist and painter; thewoman, 'Iris,' is the primary breadwinner. They agreed early inthe marriage that Jim would never be forced to give up his painting totake a job, and Iris agreed to hold down the principal outside jobs. Theydecided against having children. The couple traveled extensively(especially in the first ten years of the marriage), taking their firsttrip immediately after getting together. A year and a half after theirwedding, they traveled continuously for 50 weeks to Europe, Pakistan,India, Tibet, Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, and other parts of the MiddleEast. Subsequently, they went on annual camping trips to national parksin the United States and eventually to Japan, Sweden, and Germany.

The last several years have been particularly difficult. InAugust 2004, Jim fell in love with one of his art students, and althoughthe relationship was never sexually consummated, there was a strong physical and emotional bond, including mutually exchanged love lettersand poetry. Iris found out about the affair in the summer of 2005, whenshe stumbled across some e-mails between her husband and the student.Also, this was the second time that Jim had fallen in love with someoneelse during the course of the marriage. The first time was 20 yearsearlier. Iris was deeply stung by this second infidelity, and they werevery close to divorce. However, their core religious beliefs, the strongtheme of faith indicated in the Davison chart, and the consistent andprimary values that they share have brought them through this difficultsituation. This new crisis has allowed them to reopen dialogue anddiscuss issues that have been neglected and had been festering foryears.

The Beginning

Jim and Iris became a couple on February 26, 1975. Let'sexamine their Davison solar return (SR) chart for December 1974 (seeChart 2, outer wheel). Once two people are inrelationship, we can look back at the relevant Davison SR and progressedcharts that energetically stimulated the relationship. In the 1974Davison solar return, SR Mercury was partile conjunct the SR Sun,emphasizing the strong Mercury–Ascendant conjunction of the'natal' Davison and marking this as a year of greater mentalawareness, restlessness, curiosity, connections, and communication. TheSR Moon in Pisces was moving toward a square to the SR and natal DavisonSun.

The progressed chart for February 26, 1975 shows the progressedMoon in Leo approaching a trine to the Davison (and SR) Sun inSagittarius (see Chart 2, middle wheel). The progressedSun in Capricorn was in partile opposition to the natal Davison Moon inCancer and also made a nearly exact semi-sextile (30°) to the DavisonSun. Progressed Venus in Capricorn was at the (far) midpoint of the natalDavison Saturn–Moon in Cancer, triggering the emotional engagement andsubsequent commitment of marriage. In addition, the SR Moon in Piscesconjoined the natal Davison IC (the bottom and north angle of the chart).It was definitely a Moon moment! Iris clearly remembers sitting with Jim on a Full Moon night when the sparks of love were first ignited.

If we add transits to the mix, then it will not be surprising atall that transiting Mars was in late Capricorn in late February and early March 1975, opposing the Davison Saturn–Moon conjunction!

Solar Return 1985

Jim had his first affair in 1986, about ten years into theirmarriage. The highlights of the 1985 Davison SR (chart not shown) were a conjunction of Mars and Pluto in Scorpio mimicking the natal Davison Mars–Pluto conjunction. The SR Ascendant was 29° Gemini, with the Sunexactly conjunct the Descendant (the 7th-house cusp); Venus at 22°Sagittarius and Neptune at 3° Capricorn straddled the Sun, conjoining it.All of this indicated that partnership issues would be in high focus thatyear, combined with the need to face idealism, illusion, or deception.Jupiter in Aquarius, dispositor of the SR Sun, was strongly placed in the9th house, which it rules naturally, producing a major disruptivecondition that required truth-telling and the philosophical regrouping ofthe couple. The SR Moon in Aries (an emotional need for something new)was trine Venus conjunct the Sun in Sagittarius. Below, you will see thatin the 2004 solar return, which was in effect when Iris discovered Jim'ssecond affair, the SR Moon was also in Aries!

Solar Return 2003

Fast forward to the Davison SR for 2003, the relevantchart for the time when Jim's second extramarital love affair and therecent marital crisis began: August 2004. Remember that a solar returnchart is effective from birthday to birthday — in this case, fromDecember 2003 to December 2004.In the 2003 Davison SR (seeChart 3), two planets were at 29° (Sagittarius Sunsextile Uranus in Aquarius), and two were at 0° (Sagittarius Moon sextileVenus in Aquarius). At the very least, this foretold an unusual year —alpha (0°) and omega (29°), beginnings and endings. Mercury retrograde,dispositing the elevated Jupiter in Virgo (dispositor of the Sun),symbolized that this issue (Jim's love affair and the need for betteremotional communication) was being repeated. A retrograde planet in thesolar return chart shows that something is unfinished. SR Venus at 0°Aquarius was opposite the natal Davison Mars at 1° Leo, a strongindicator of attraction. The SR Moon at 0° Sagittarius made a trine tothat natal Davison Mars.

Solar Return 2004

The 2004 SR continued the unfolding storyin the lives of this couple (see Chart 4). In June2005, Iris accidentally found out about Jim's romantic involvement with astudent. The most important features of the 2004 Davison SR are the Moonin Aries square Saturn and partile trine Pluto; both the Moon and Plutomade sextiles (also partile) to the Ascendant at 22° Aquarius. The SRMoon–Saturn square reflected the Moon–Saturn conjunction in the natalrelationship chart, thereby expressing that this SR year would includestrong Moon–Saturn issues. Also, the SR Mars in Scorpio resonated withthe Mars–Pluto conjunction in the natal relationship chart, repeatingMars–Pluto themes for that year. Jim and Iris had a Venus and a Mercuryreturn to the same sign in the natal Davison chart as well, although thisis not as unusual in a SR chart as it is with other placements. The SR Moon in Aries also made an inconjunct to Mars in Scorpio, mimicking thestrong aspect of these two planets in the natal Davison chart; thisreinforced the natal pattern and indicated a year when a major nataltheme must be addressed. Neptune was powerful in its own house (the12th), expressing the lies and the secrets. Another telling aspect wasthe square from Venus in Sagittarius in the 9th house to Uranus in Piscesin the 1st — denoting an unusual, unexpected, and potentially disruptiverelationship situation. Mercury conjoining the MC spoke loudly in sextileto Neptune in Aquarius in the 12th house: Hidden situations (Jim'saffair) were likely to be uncovered.

Although I haven't focused on transits, it is crucial to mentionhow the transits of 2005 (when Jim's affair came to light) played intothe crisis in the marriage. In the early summer of 2005, Saturn was in late Cancer and conjoined Saturn and the Moon in the Davison chart of this couple. It was, in fact, the Saturn return of their relationship chart and, therefore, a major test of the durability of the relationship.

Solar Return 2005

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Each solar return chart has unique features andpresents a particular mission for the year, expressed in a series ofthemes. The 2005 SR (Chart 5) gives us a prognosis ofwhere this relationship is going. Is it heading for the rocks or will itcontinue to endure? The SR Ascendant sits at 29° Gemini opposite thenatal Davison and the SR Sun, placing the SR Sun on the cusp of the 7thhouse. The solar principle, the mission of this year, must be expressedin active and critical dialogue (Gemini/Sagittarius) regarding therelationship itself. As mentioned earlier, the 29th degree is the omegapoint of a zodiacal sign (as 0° can be considered the alpha point) andseems to be a pivotal release point. Both the alpha and omega degreeshave a quality of instability, and the 29th degree perhaps needs some resolution. SR Pluto is approaching the Sun but is still about 5 degreesaway. We know that in the 2006 solar return chart, Pluto will be evencloser to the SR Sun.

We must take into consideration that this relationship is nowdealing with even stronger transformative forces that will change it permanently. The SR Moon in Leo trines the SR Sun, a positive indicator.The Moon forgives the Sun and comes back to the Sun and the goal of therelationship: wisdom, generosity, philosophy, and learning. A quote fromIris: 'I have been thinking about the concept of parubdah karma— the arrow shot from the bow that must complete its trajectory. I try tosee these incidents as such karma, something that wants to fulfillitself, and karma for me to learn something about letting go, about love,about my wants, needs, and boundaries.' Longevity and faith have savedthe marriage. In other words, both Jim and Iris have accepted thedisruption caused by Jim's infidelities and have chosen to remainmarried.


One of the most interesting factors I've found, in studyingDavison charts, is how the progressed Davison chart works in conjunctionwith the 'natal.' For instance, Jim and Iris first met in 1970, when they were both married to other people. In 1973, they both ended their previous marriages and (separately, but within one month of eachother) entered a monastery and a convent. After they both left theirrespective religious orders, they then met again in 1975, when it was,according to Iris, 'love at first sight.' Remember that their Davisonchart birth date is December 21, 1945, so by progression (charts notshown), their Davison Sun was at the end of Capricorn (in 1975), ready toenter 0° Aquarius — and Jim's most recent affair marks the progressed Sunat the end of a very powerful 30-year cycle, shortly to enter 0° Pisces!

I have also found that the progressed positions act as triggersto the Davison chart; the types of contacts made by the progressed chart give a sense of the areas in the Davison chart where the relationship energy 'begins.' When Iris discovered Jim's second affair, byaccident, on June 16, 2005, the progressed Sun had reached 29° Aquarius,partile sextile the natal Davison Sun! Progressed Venus in Pisces wassquare the natal Davison Ascendant. The progressed Moon was at 0° Libra,nearing a conjunction with the progressed and natal Davison Neptune. Thehidden factors or situations in the couple's lives were apparent in thePisces Venus disposited by Neptune and in the Moon approaching Neptune,indicating that the next six months or so would bring a wide range ofconfusion and complicated emotions. The progressed positions reflectedand triggered the strong Neptune in the 12th house sextile the Mercury–MCconjunction found in the 2004 Davison SR.


As of July 2006, Jim and Iris have determined that they stilllove each other, have a good foundation of many years together, and planto stay married. Their Davison progressed Sun moved to 0° Pisces in lateDecember 2005. However, Iris says that she will never again tolerate anaffair or lies, or she will certainly leave the relationship. Since allthe birth data are available, I leave it to your curiosity andinterpretive skill to analyze the Davison solar return of this couple for2006–2007.

Chart data and source:

'Iris,' November 11, 1950; 6:51 a.m. EST;Annapolis, MD, USA (38°N58'42', 76°W29'33'); AA: birth certificate.
Relationship'Jim,' January 30, 1941; 5:30 a.m. CEDT(–2:00); Leipzig, Germany (51°N19', 12°E20'); A: from father.

References and Notes:
1. The techniques described in this article apply to many kinds ofrelationships, not just the romantic variety.
2. Anthony Louis, Horary Astrology: The History and Practice ofAstro-Divination, Llewellyn Publications, 1991. Lewis is referring tohorary degrees.
3. Ibid., page 287.

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First published in: The Mountain Astrologer, Apr/May 2007


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Dorothy Oja – MINDWORKS – career professionalastrologer and certified ISAR C.A.P., studies spanning four decades. Sheoffers consultations and specializes in Timing research (surgery,weddings, business openings, etc.), Relationship Charts, Children'sProfiles, Teaching/Tutoring. An active writer, Dorothy's newsmagazine,PlanetWeather, published 17 years, includes social, cultural, andpolitical commentary. Author of computer reports: Compatibility &Conflict for Romantic Relationships and Friendship and Business, (CosmicPatterns Software). Her book, Planetary Resonance: Everything Leaves aTrace was released in May 2012. She is faculty for the International Academy of Astrology online. Dorothy serves as an ISAR Board Member andChair of its Ethics Awareness Training and Mediation. Daily postings --; e-mail:[email protected].

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