TimePassages offers several types of charts. I focus on two — the birth chart and the relocated chart.
The most basic is the birth chart. If you’ve had a birth chart done before, you may remember how profound it must have been. It’s been said that having a birth chart done is like “getting an ID card from the universe.” If you’ve never had a birth chart done, fasten your seatbelt.
Here you learn where all your planets are — both which signs they’re in and which houses — and what this actually means. And don’t overlook the aspects between planets, either. If you don’t know what any of this means, there’s a Learning section that goes into detail. Time Passages’ interpretations, though, will tell you things about yourself no matter your level of astrological knowledge.
There’s a branch of astrology called Relocation Astrology. It’s a bit provocative to say that moving to some other location on the earth — especially changes in longitude — might actually change something about your character, but having relocated recently and twice in my life, I can attest to it — as can many others.
Time Passages can interpret both the movement of the Ascendant and Midheaven, and thus the changes in houses and any planets changing houses, depending on the magnitude of the changes in latitude and longitude, as well as any new aspects to the Ascendant and Midheaven.
You’ll want to know the “where you came from,” as well as “where you are now” and where you’re going, so you’ll get both the birth chart (location you were born) and relocated chart and reports for both in the same package. At the time of sending out the report, I’ll explain what you should focus on as your “now” and what doesn’t apply anymore, although it did once.
Astrological reports using Time Passages software can be sent as a web page via email. They are comprehensive, handling all planets, aspects between planets, and house positions of planets.
My experience thus far shows a gender split in the way people like to receive their reports. Men are often interested in the astrological concepts — what Saturn represents, what the 12th house represents; what does it mean to be near your Mars/IC line (and what is an IC line anyway?) Women are often more concrete and life-oriented — what are the human elements of a chart; what are the psychological issues that I need to be working on? Regardless of whether you conform to these generalizations, it’s my goal to present these reports in a way that’s most interesting and useful.
The report alone will be roughly 20 to 30 pages.
This site requires that you be at least the age of 18 for a birth chart report.