The Solar Return report that stood out to me was the report interpreted by Horacio Valsecia. As the advertisement says, it really is divided up into two parts and both sections are covered really well.
Here is a video where I show you what they’re covering.
Note that the ordering of the information is what you would expect for a standard report. We want to know the most powerful influences first and then explore the details. That’s what they’ve done by addressing the ascendant in the first second, the sun in the second section and the moon in the third. The report covers the major aspects in each situation. And, as it turns out, the amount of information presented really does align closely to half the report.
The second half of the report aligns houses and provides the interpreted influences that one may experience during the year. The key important aspects in that house are covered.
Overall, this report is well written and there isn’t a lot of filler information. I’m liking what I’m seeing and looking forward to running one for you.
The Cosmo Forecast report is a ton of information that makes for a long and detailed report. It is a forecast report based on the transit of the planets and the aspects that they make to the birth chart.
In the following video, I show you what the report looks like. I’ve run both the full yearly report and the outer planet yearly report. Because Mercury and Venus move so fast, the aspects that they make with all the different birth planets creates pages of information that is not shown with just the outer planet report.
A key thing to notice with this report is that most of the aspects last for about two days. I’m sure that they reduced the Orb down to 1 degree in order to remove more information that would overly complicate the report. If Mercury or Venus play significant roles in your chart, the full report will be more interesting because the day to day triggering that you are probably already aware of will stand out. If the inner planets are less significant, it just clutters up the report so you just turn to the outer planet report and you’ll get the longer-term aspects and the energy influences that they provide.
The Book of Destiny allows for printing out karma reports that have the exact same structure as the standard yearly reports. The only difference is that it’s a collection of cards that represent good or bad karma that you will be experiencing (in some way) during the designated calendar time frame.
I’ve created a video to cover this.
If you’re a text-oriented learner, the two reports are virtually identical to the standard yearly report generated by this program. The key difference is that the report is focused around negative and positive karma. One report is the negative energy or influences that are karmically related to you and your spiritual journey, and the other is the positive influences.
Below, I’ve included a short video where I show the type of information that the Book of Destiny provides for the Find Money and Find Success report.
The way this report works is that it looks ahead over the next (in this case) five years and pulls out the most likely cards to have an influence over you for some short period of time. It ranks the cards and gives you the time period.
The idea with this report is to give you a preview that you can prepare for.
It is shorter than the others, but it gives the cards and in interpretation. It’s the type of report that you print out and post on your message board so that you can be prepared for that time to come your way.
Here is a short overview of the Book of Destiny Life report that will be generated for everyone that joins the community. As with all Book of Destiny reports, they show the fixed energy that is there to greet you when you arrive, thus, they are a blend of a natal and forecast report.
In words, the Book of Destiny Life report brings up the cards that represent influences that will be in your entire life. Much like a Natal reading of a typical Astrology report, this report outlines general trends in the first half. It outlines the influences into seven 13-year periods.
The second half of the report focuses on auspicious events that will happen at known times into the future. As you know, because this system is a calendar, it’s already known what energies will come your way. Thus, I’ve listed 20 years’ worth of events so it will be in your records for as long as you want to keep the report.
Hi everyone, in this video, I’m briefly touching on the layout of the Book of Destiny Yearly report that we’re offering to the people that sign up to the community.
And, for the written version.
The Book of Destiny Yearly report is report that starts on your birthday and runs until your next birthday.
It contains a number of cards that represent energies and influences that are yearlong, along with planetary rules segments that are 52 days long.
For the year long cards, the report provides a Birth card, Long Range card, Pluto card, Result card, Environmental card and Displacement card. Each position is defined in the report and the card is interpreted in the specific placement. Note that the same cards are provided when the Planetary Ruling card is selected to be read (second half of report).
With either configuration, there are cards that represent the energies coming your way during each of the 52 day segments of the year – starting from your birthday. The grouping aligns to the planets – Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Each card is interpreted with its planetary influence.
It’s also worth pointing out that this system treats the cards as a calendar, thus everyone gets the same spread for the same age. It’s read differently for each person because we all have different birth cards.
Logically, this system would suggest that two people born on the same day will have the same influences throughout their lives. This doesn’t mean that they will have identical experiences, but they should have the same general interactions to have to go through.
One significant aspect that is not covered in the report is how cards can represent people in your life. When they show up in your spread, it indicates that you will be working with them or someone else that has that same birth card.
The overall destiny card interpretation system can be fairly complex, but the yearly report is clear and clean.
Like the other reviews, I have also done this one in video form.
And for those of you that prefer to speed read, here is the written companion to go with the video.
The Edgar Cayce Past Life reports are based on the Natal chart configuration yet presented in the context that your natal chart is directly related to your Karma. Through his work, Edgar Cayce learned about reincarnation and philosophized about it to the point where he considered it “the continuity of life.”
I highly recommend visiting the Edgar Cayce Association for Research and Enlightenment and read their article The Readings Approach to Philosophy and Reincarnation. The article is short and one of the key things that stands out to me about his philosophy is that “karma can simply be defined as memory.”
Now, with this in mind, Edgar Cayce was a psychic medium that gave hundreds of readings to different people which were recorded. This treasure trove of data would not be available to us if it wasn’t for Ry Redd. Ry Redd did the hard work of digging up the data and compiling it into a form that could be read to others.
Knowing that key aspects are held by multiple people, the information that Edgar Cayce provided for one person could be generalized to all people that have that same configuration in their chart. So, that’s what Ry Redd gave us.
The special note is that Ry Redd compiled the information and interpreted it. In other words, what we read is a report ‘in the spirit of’ Edgar Cayce.
With that background, we should see the birth chart as an indication of the karma that we have built up via our multiple human experiences. Thus, we should pay close attention to patterns that arise and consider the advice given in the report.
The report is broken up into a couple different parts. At the top, it describes harmonious and inharmonious aspects. Harmonious aspects are Trine or Sextile and inharmonious aspects are Square or Opposition.
The length of this section depends on the number of configurations in your chart that match these four harmonics.
Near the bottom of the report, it covers the signs of the sun and moon. The report does this from two different perspectives, both Tropical and Sidereal.
At the very bottom, we are shown the decanates that the sun and moon are in. In Vedic astrology, the energy brought through here should related directly to your past life experiences.
When interpreting a Natal chart, we generally expect to get information about the Ascendant, the Sun, the Moon and key configurations. This report delivers with regards to the last three in such a way as we don’t miss the first. It looks at the sun and moon configurations a few different ways and each aspect is described in detail.
The report is easy to read, particularly if you understand psychics and clairvoyant personalities of the early 1900’s.
This is a great resource, compiled by Ry Redd that should be in everyone’s collection.
What’s fun about this report is that it’s all based on harmonics. I know this video is a little longer than some of you like, but I can talk faster than I can type. So, here is my overview of this report.
Yet, like I’ve promised, I will attempt to give a written overview for those of you that are speed readers.
First off, we have to talk about what they mean by harmonics.
To give you a basic idea, the first harmonic is the number of degrees of a circle divided by one. With the next, the division is with a 2. As you can see from the list below, there are a number of well-known harmonics.
1st – Conjunct planets (360/1 = 360)
2nd – Opposition (360/2=180)
3rd – Trine (360/3 = 120)
4th – Square (360/4 = 90) Note it’s a multiple of 2.
5th – ?
6th – Sextile (360/6 = 60) Note it’s also a multiple of 2.
7th – ?
If you keep going the degrees of separation get smaller and smaller between the points in a circle.
And, the Most Common are the ones that generate 360, 180, 120, 90, 60-degree aspects.
In an effort to describe the harmonics a little better, I’d like to use the analogy of listening to different notes on a guitar or piano. Each note generates its specific frequency. If you line up the frequencies of two different notes, you’ll find that after some number of oscillations, the peaks of each note will come together at the same time to align. This would be considered a harmonic point.
Something similar seems to happen with the planets with you do a little math on them.
To get a harmonic chart, you calculate all the positions of the planets based on 360 degrees from the ascendant. If you’re wanting to look at the 5th harmonic, you multiply every planet’s full circle number by five. After that, you remove 360 degrees from the resulting number until you’re finally under 360.
Example. If you have 2 planets on the natal chart and they are 161 and 234 degrees around from the ascendant the math would look like:
On the harmonic chart, the first planet would be 85 degrees and the second would be 90 degrees.
Now, because the natal positions of the chart were amplified, so must the Orb for the aspects. Thus, if a conjunction on the natal chart is 1 1/5 degrees, the same configuration on the 5th harmonic might be 5 times larger or 7 ½ degrees.
Thus, in the example above, the two planets which sit at 161 and 234 degrees come together to be conjunct on the 5th harmonic.
So, what does the harmonic chart get us? It’s basically an easier way to see configurations in the chart.
Also, another key is that formations in the harmonic charts tend to only happen during small opportunities during the day. Unlike in the natal chart where everyone born during the day may have a very similar layout, the harmonics show the nuances that only appear during short periods of time.
Once you determine the interaction that the harmonic emphasizes, you look back at the Natal chart (from which the harmonic is derived) and you now see the importance of that particular aspect on the person’s personality.
Note: No signs or houses in harmonic charts.
Also note: A harmonic chart is a magnification of a Natal chart. The actual chart doesn’t really exist on its own, but it’s another way to see the details of the Natal chart.
Join the community so that I can run one of these charts for you!
In this video, I cover the basic format or layout of the Cosmo Natal Astrology Report that we’ll be producing for Community Members. If you want to become a community member, please sign up on or email list and make sure the “Community News” checkbox is selected.
For those of you that love the written overview, here it is.
There are a few key elements that you look for when you generate a chart for someone. They include:
- The Ascendant sign
- The location of the Sun
- The location of the Moon
Any basic report should provide information on these and more.
How does the Cosmo Report do this? It divides the report up into chapters and then places the appropriate planet or sign in the chapter. Those chapters are:
1 – How you approach life and how you appear to others
This chapter talks about the rising sign and any important aspect to that degree.
2 – The inner you: Your Real Motivation
Here, the report talks about your sun. Including the sign and house influences.
3 – Mental Interests and Abilities
Rather than covering the moon, the report jumps into the aspects of mercury.
4 – Emotions: Moods, Feelings, Romance
In the emotions section it covers both the moon and Venus.
5 – Drive and Ambition: How you achieve your goals
Here the report talks about Mars.
6 – Other Influences
After that, the report makes sure to cover the house and sign of each of the rest of the planets. They are listed in order and some aspects are covered.
Overall, this is a great – simple natal report. You really do get the major influences that help make up a person’s personality and there is really little noise. The writing is clear with no real fluff.
In the first half of this video, Mahala talks about how astrology works. After about half way through, she talks about how the different signs affect different areas of the body.
Very brief summary of signs.
- Aries rules head and brain. 2011-2018
- Taurus rules the physical body and body of mother earth. Throat, neck and speaking.
- Gemini rules the lungs, arms. Sign of the twins (positive and negative).
- Cancer rules the stomach. Home, family, emotions.
- Leo rules the heart and the back. north node and heart issues.
- Virgo rules the intestines and nervous system. Woman for symbol, thus feminine energy.
- Libra rules balance and lawyers.
- Scorpio rules the sex organs and the emotions are deep.
- Sagittarius rules the hips. active sign.
- Capricorn rules the knees. Saturn is there for a couple more years.
- Aquarius rules the legs. Mars is there right now.
- Pisces rules the feet. Your understanding.