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Astromatrix Reports FAQ:
The rising sign on this free astrology report is different than I expected, why?
Provided you have entered the date, location, time and timezone correctly, these free astrology reports are accurate. The 'rising sign' changes roughly every two hours, so the place and time of birth must be accurate to calculate an accurate rising sign.
The locations in the database and their associated timezones should be correct. However, further adjustments are made for Daylight Savings Time at certain locations, and it is worth checking that the timezone set in the form for your location is correct for your date of birth.
I store the central coordinates for locations, as given by my sources.
I have a lot of aspects in my chart and I often get contradictory interpretations within the same computerized reading, so it is hard for me to see the overview.
Unfortunately, along with the rise of natal astrology (more or less a 20th century invention) came the assumption that the astrologer (or in this case, the computer) should be able to construct a little essay proclaiming 'what this person is like', without considering that to attempt such a thing is to attempt The Most Difficult Prediction of all, namely, how this or that person has so far expressed the various and contradictory elements at work in his or her psyche. What you usually end up with is a very gray average picture of the human being. The 'average' is a mythical entity. There is always more going on than we consciously realise. Individually, human beings are bundles of contradictions. Some charts are glorious, and some are real monstrosities. An 'astrology of imperatives' (the idea that one has a cosmic purpose to fulfill as depicted in the birth chart) acknowledges this and encourages us to take our cosmic remit to the highest levels expression, rather than settling for the 'average' expression, whatever that is. Each planet is a different 'organ of the psyche'. The heart does not perform the same function as the liver.
Another feature of these computer generated reports is the inclusion of so-called 'minor aspects' (semi-square, ses-square, etc.), which were invented by Kepler in the 17th century and do not form part of traditional astrology, but have been included here because users expect them. You can ignore these if you wish.