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Sun Ephemeris

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Readers often ask where is their natal sun really. Popular astrologic web sites and PC programs cannot possibly answer this simple question but since we don't need any "astrologic" program at all to determine the position of the planets, NASA wil do. Everybody knows that the sun enters Ophiuchus in December but how many of us know whether we are "Scorpio" or Virgo, Libra or "Sag"? The hilarious amount of pseudo-astrological error spans over several constellations in the case of the natal sun and ascendant as well. The "commonly accepted one constellation error" is an error in itself with millions of babies being told they're "Scorpio" while their natal sun is in Virgo. As often stated, Sai Baba was born with Sun in Libra on Nov 23rd and here's the proof albeit border cases have to be accurately checked out for the year in question. The sun ephemeris snip as given below can be generally applied to your own horoscope but borderline... More > cases have to be inspected with sophisticated NASA-based equipment.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Second Edition
Publisher
Klaudio Zic
Published
May 23, 2006
Language
English
Pages
54
File Format
PDF
File Size
67.2 KB

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Printable? Yes
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