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Figure 4-1, which combines the circle of potential with the dot of individuality, represents the Sun. The Sun’s placement in the sky at the moment of your birth determines your sign. If you have any doubt about your Sun sign or were born at the beginning or end of a sign, check out Chapter 1. Figure 4-1: The symbol of the Sun. Astrologers allot three signs of the zodiac to each of the four elements.

So if you were born on the stroke of midnight in Greenwich, you don’t have to do a thing to determine the position of your planets. You can read them right out of the book. If you were born at any other time or place, you have to make adjustments. Using an ephemeris, a table of houses, and the principles of high school algebra, you can come up with a close approximation of your chart. Should you insist on precision (perhaps because you have a dose of Virgo in your birth chart), you need one more item, which I explain in the following bullet.

It seems to rise in the east and set in the west. And it always stays within the confines of a ribbon of space that encircles the Earth like a giant hoop. That strip of sky is called the ecliptic. Following are the three most important facts about the ecliptic: ߜ The ecliptic represents the apparent path of the Sun around the Earth — apparent because, in fact, the Sun doesn’t spin around the Earth at all. It just looks that way. ߜ Like a circle, the ecliptic is divided into 360 degrees — and each degree is, in turn, divided into 60 minutes.

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