Astrolocality mapping shows
where in a given continent specific parts of one's birth chart rotate
The strongest prominence is
when a planet or asteroid conjoins a relocated Ascendant, Descendant,
Midheaven or Nadir, (the 4 "cardinal points" of a chart).
But there are also other major
geometric angles which either support ("trines" and "sextiles")
or negate ("squares") a given planet's potential in a relocation.
Maps show all the planets,
4 major asteroids and 2 planetoids in these diverse angles.
But relocation charts for a
specific town show all the above, plus the many other "minor"
asteroids, TransNeptunian planets and more.
They are the most thorough
view of a new location. A "minor" asteroid isn't so minor when
it conjoins a cardinal point.
Astrolocality maps of a given
continent are $150.
Emory holds degrees in psychology and education, has taught in American
and Canadian universities and has been a counselor since 1970.
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