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Information about our Personal Astrology Charts
We have chosen to offer just three types of chart. This enables those new to astrology to make a simple choice regarding the type of chart to order.

The charts we have selected are the three most useful, and I would also suggest, most popular charts. After receiving your chart you may find yourself wanting to find out even more about astrology in general and your own charts in particular.

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Again, we have selected just six books (see our home page) which we would recommend as a good introduction to astrology. These books will give you much more information than we could possibly provide on this web site, and as we have no association with the authors, you can be sure of an independant and objective opinion.

Most astrologers would agree that a visit to a professional astrologer will give you a much more detailed picture of what is going on in your life, although I have heard it suggested that a personal chart interpretaion over the internet has the advantage that you get a more objective interpretation because the astrologer only reads the astrological facts and not the person. We would recommend that you get a birth chart first and then take it from there.

You can request a chart for anyone, not just yourself or close family member. You need to know the date of birth and place of birth for the person you are wanting a chart for. The chart will be much more detailed if you can also provide the time of birth.

The first of the personal astrology charts we offer is the birth chart, or natal chart.

The birth chart is written in plain language, although we do include the technical astrology information, should you wish to investigate further. In the birth chart we analyse the following:

1. Your fundamental needs, values, and orientation towards life.
2. Your basic stance towards life, the way others see you, the way you come across, the face you show the world.
3. The inner you, your real motivation, the kind of person you are at heart and where your true prioraties lie.
4. Your mental interests and abilities.
5. Your emotions, moods, feelings and romance.
6. Your drive and ambition and how you achieve your goals.
7. Areas you enjoy, growth and expansion.
8. Areas that challenge you or are difficult for you.
9. Originality and imagination. Areas where you are creative, unique, unstable, or compulsive.
10. General infuluences of your age group.


The second of the personal astrology charts we offer is the forecast chart.

The forecast chart analyses the astrological influence on you life for a period of 12 months. This report is one of my favourites because it focuses on solutions, believing that great advice on how to make the best of an upcoming transit is more important than an accurate prediction of what will happen.

The forecast report puts the focus on how to best deal with transits. You are presented with a sorted list according to the date the transit peaks. You are also given the dates when the influences begin and end.

Major transits are presented in four sections.

A few paragraphs of neutral description
Positive potentials of the transit
Negative potentials of the transit
Solutions and Remedies

The third of the personal astrology charts we offer is the compatibility chart.

This report is divided into four chapters.

Chapter 1 compares your temperaments and personalities. The issues described in Chapter 1 become particularly powerful if you are married or live together. Idiosyncrasies or quirks in another person's personality do not bother us as much if our relationship is a casual one. For example, if one person is neat and tidy and the other is sloppy, this is more likely to become a concern if you are married than if you are only seeing each other occasionally.

Pay close attention to the issues described in Chapter 2 because these are the most important themes in your relationship. For example, if themes of romance and sexual attraction are emphasized, then you can count on this relationship being a passionate one. However, if romance and sexuality are hardly mentioned at all, then this relationship will not be a passionate one. Note also that the material in Chapter 2 is presented roughly in order of importance, so that the material presented at the beginning of Chapter 2 is the most powerful.

Chapter 4 describes issues in your relationship of less importance than those presented in Chapter 2. Chapter 3 describes situations and circumstances that arise if you have a close, long-lasting relationship.