Using Local Space Astrology
To Rectify Your Chart

Local Space Astrology is relatively new, even when compared to Astro Locality, but it definitely has a place in the astrological world. It charts the direct paths of the planets as seen from the native's time and place of birth all across the Earth, so that following these paths will put you directly in line with their influences.

In my regular astrolocality chart, the Moon line, which is an indicator of residence, does not go over my birthplace or my relocated location, but when I use Local Space, it naturally starts from my birthplace(all the lines do) and comes very near to my relocated residence. I use the zodiacal mode rather than mundo, the latter which makes the line go further away. I also use the Janus program because of its superior accuracy. With Kepler, for example, the Moon line is few hundred miles further south.

Okay so my Local Space Moon line is is just north of my relocated residence(some 10 miles), which has been my residence for nearly all my life, but why isn't it exact? Then I thought, maybe my birth time, while pretty accurate, may be off by about a minute or so. So I used the rectification module in Janus where you can go backward or forward in time in hours, minutes, or just seconds.

So I experimented at full zoom until my Local Space Moon line went directly over my original relocated residence and the difference was exactly a minute and four seconds earlier than my mom's memory of the event. It didn't change my angles much but it did chop off about 15 minutes of arc. In astrology, every minute of birthtime is roughly 15 minutes of arc(or one forth of a degree) for your angles. Distance-wise, this is roughly 10 to 15 miles on a map, depending on your latitude.

Something told me the rectified time was correct and was happy I finally got it down to the second. A precise birth time(and location) is absolutely necessary when doing serious astrolocality work. If you know your birth time to 15 minutes or less try Local Space astrology to narrow it down to the minute -or even second!

Start with your Local Space Moon line which indicates residency. Mercury is schooling or education and working or writing and giving important speeches. Venus is love or pleasure or buying and owning things. Mars is sports, sex, energy, or activity in general. The Sun is vacations, resorts, fun and entertainment, or love and pregnancy. Jupiter is religion, travel, luck, prosperity, and higher education, and so on. An orb(see orb article) on either side of the line is allowed, but the closer the better.

Since local space lines are radial, there will be two directions in which the lines go from the central position, exactly opposite one another, and completing a full circle or span until they meet again. Both directions are valid and revealing.

Unfortunately, most astrology programs today do not zoom in enough(like Google Maps) to take full advantage of local space astrology, but this may change in the future. To make up for this, astrologers use something called a Local Space Chart which can be placed over any chosen point, from the center of your room, to the center of your home, to the center of your city, or to a relocated city. To make the chart transparent you'll need Photoshop or Paint.

This usually requires a map or diagram, and once the cardinal points are aligned(north, south, east, and west) all of the planet lines fall into place. It's similar to the Feng Shui system which tries to harmonize all things according location, principal, and other factors.

Janus Donald Trump Local Space Chart(maximum zoom) with rectify option box above

Local Space Chart placed over Google map of Times Square New York City

The solid lines are the actual planet lines while the dotted are the opposing. All the lines can be extended indefinitely.

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