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    Current Planets
    23-Nov-2014, 00:24 UT/GMT
    Sun0Sagittarius37'18"20s17
    Moon6Sagittarius50' 2"17s39
    Mercury21Scorpio56'48"17s38
    Venus7Sagittarius48'38"21s38
    Mars20Capricorn46' 4"23s14
    Jupiter22Leo13'23"14n46
    Saturn26Scorpio28'54"17s30
    Uranus12Aries55' 4"r4n28
    Neptune4Pisces48'42"10s26
    Pluto11Capricorn54'15"20s40
    TrueNode18Libra37'50"r7s18
    Chiron13Pisces5'49"r2s10
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Frequently asked questions

Astrodienst round > Return Charts

  1. How can I choose the starting date for a Solar Return chart?

    The 'Extended Chart Selection' page contains a field for the start date. Use the year field there to choose your solar return year - the day and month have no effect for Solar returns.

  2. How can I change the reference place for a Solar Return chart?

    Just follow the link "modify reference place" at the very bottom of the page Extended Chart Selection.
    • If you haven't chosen a reference place before, uncheck the box "use birth place" and click on "continue". Now choose a country and enter the name of the place where you have spent or will spend your birthday. Then press the "continue" button twice, and you will get back to the extended chart selection .
    • If you have chosen a reference place before, click on the link "other town" beside your current reference place and change it to the place where you have spent or will spend your birthday. Then press the "continue" button twice, and you will get back to the extended chart selection.
    Now, you can choose the chart type "Solar Return chart". Please, remember that your reference place remains changed after this, and the Personal Daily Horoscope, for example, will be done for the date and time of this new reference place. This might turn out as a bit of a surprise, if your reference place for the solar return chart was on the other side of the world.

  3. How can I run return charts for planets other than the Sun and the Moon?

    For return charts, you can always check the ephemeris first, and find the date of the return of a particular planet. Then play a little with the time to get it precise.
    Otherwise, there are great astrology programs like Kepler or Solar Fire out there which you can buy and which probably take care of any special technical needs.

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