Questions & Answers February 2018

Questions & Answers February 2018

Q. Why is East, (where planets rise) on the left side of the chart, when ‘compass’ east is actually on the right? A. This is one the most frequently asked question by students… and I usually address it very early up in my classes. If you are facing...
Questions & Answers January 2018

Questions & Answers January 2018

Q. What is a planet ‘Out of Bounds’? A. The ecliptic, (which is the path that the Sun makes around the earth as we orbit it) is like a diagonal headband that extends just over 23 degrees above and below the equator. The Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn lie...
Questions & Answers December 2017

Questions & Answers December 2017

Q. I was told I have a ‘basket’ chart. What does that mean? A. A basket (sometimes called a bucket) is a chart shape, along with many other shapes that are formed by the placement of planets in a chart. Some other chart shapes include the bowl, bundle,...
Questions & Answers November 2017

Questions & Answers November 2017

Q. I am a little confused with Jupiter. One interpretation has it as the planet of optimism, confidence, abundance and expansion, while another interpretation goes down the road of laws, judgement, dogma and black and white opinions. Which one is it? A. The answer to...
Questions & Answers October 2017

Questions & Answers October 2017

I have had many questions from my students recently regarding questions we have dealt with in past posts. I thought it would be helpful to revisit a Q and A we posted almost 2 years ago Q. I have planets in detriment. Does this mean they won’t work for me? A. A...
Questions & Answers September 2017

Questions & Answers September 2017

Q. How often do we get a Jupiter Return? A. Jupiter’s cycle is roughly 12 years, so you get a Jupiter return around any age that is divisible by 12. 12 years old, 24, 36, 48 and so on are all Jupiter return years. Returns are always the rebooting or replanting...