> Long-Term Perspectives
are some paragraphs in the Long-Term Perspectives which are identical in
the reports for two different people. How is that possible?
If two persons have the same transit or the same planetary progression during
that period, they will get a similar or even identical description for that event.
The Long-Term Horoscope also contains sections which describe developments of
particular age groups which share certain "generation aspects" in their
natal charts. If the two people belong to the same age group, these sections
will probably be identical in their reports.
do not all the transits and progressions which are active turn up in the
Long-Term Perspectives or the Yearly Horoscope Analysis?
If all transits and progressions were included in these forecast horoscopes,
they would be several hundred pages long and very confusing.
The interpretation model of these reports makes a finely balanced selection according
to the rules Liz Greene has developed with Astrodienst. The balancing and selection
process is very complex and cannot be explained in detail here.
We cannot guarantee that a particular transit or progression is covered in Liz
Greene's reports. Please also note the "Technical information" at the
end of the Yearly Horoscope Analysis where it says: "Not all transits or
progressions which occur during a year are included in the printed report, only
those selected by Liz Greene's model of interpretation." You can find this
information in our full sample reports.