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Relocation Astrology

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by David Muir

Why Relocation Astrology? What is it?

You may have come across this website because you were curious about a topic in the Astrology field that is trending — through articles you’ve read, through word of mouth, or something like that.

If you are skeptical of Astrology as a whole, I’d direct you to one of my other sites, theeveningshiftastrology.com, and I’d let you know that most of what astrology has become over the centuries is highly evidence based. There are astrologers who have done decades of research to give you what they know today. Examples abound.

If you accept astrology as a whole but might be skeptical of or curious about relocation astrology — I’ve been blogging since March 2020 and you can look through my posts, approaching one hundred as of right now and roughly half of them have to do with relocation astrology. The March 28 post, “What is Relocation Astrology, anyway?” is a good start.

I decided to move to the Denver area nearly five years ago because of my own relocation astrology report on myself — read while I was visiting Colorado in 2015. I was born in New York City and lived in Pittsburgh for what was my entire adult life. Moving west to this location moved my ascendant backward one sign and moved most of my planets forward one house. That was enough to change my reality and my own self — enough to experience the positives and negatives of the new place and to understand what I left behind. Coursework in Vibrational Astrology, particularly Treasure Maps, made me understand these changes even more deeply.

I knew Pittsburgh as a location wasn’t working for me — relocation astrology not only told me why, but also gave me options for where to live and gave me a pretty good idea of what I should expect in these locations. In particular the four most important things, in order of importance, were as follows:

  • Getting Jupiter into my 1st house. This allowed me capability (I wouldn’t be able to be an astrologer without it) and increased my vital force.
  • Getting Saturn into my 7th house. Many astrologers think 7th house Saturn is a negative, but I wanted to be much more sensible about relationships and able to put more effort into partnerships.
  • Having Pluto sextile my relocated Midheaven. This allowed for a great deal more self-control and ability to be a consultant.
  • Getting my Moon into the 3rd house. This allowed for my ability to enhance my mind, to feed it. (One thing I wasn’t totally aware of was that it made it more difficult to handle routine.)
My chart in Pittsburgh. Notice, in particular, the Scorpio Ascendant and Leo Midheaven.
My chart in Denver, CO. Notice the Libra Ascendant and Cancer Midheaven.
My own “Friendship & Family, Detailed” map of the country, per Sirius III, software (Treasure Maps). Notice that Western Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh where I lived, does not have any lines going through the area. This is not a place of comfort for me on a business or personal level. Denver does have the influence of some of these lines, and is a bit better of a place.
Another Sirius III Treasure Map for “Excitement & Instability”. These are locations that you’d probably want to avoid for the most part. There is heavy influence going through Western Pennsylvania, but much of the map, especially in the western half of the country, and including Denver, is not covered.

This site has a lot of learning material, but I also offer reports and consultations for you. Look at the “Consultations” tab for information about what I offer for sale.

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David Muir recieved his PAC as a 2020 graduate of the Avalon School in Vibrational Astrology. He has been a practicing astrologer having studied astrology since 1997. He specializes in relocation astrology, particularly in terms of how both one’s character and external influences change in a new location. David’s interested in informing you of the necessary information that you might overlook, which can entail personology as well as different interpretations in general. David writes a 2x/weekly blog in both relocation astrology and other astrological topics of interest, on relocationastrology.guide.

David received a BA from Carlow University in 2011 with concentrations in philosophy, writing, and political science. He does a 2x/month radio show and has lived in Denver, CO since 2016.