|Posted on Monday, May 26, 2003 - 9:36 am: |
I am a mother of 4 children. My first was a boy then followed by 3 girls. My last girl was just born March 23 2003. My husband and I are wanting to conceive again but would really love to have twins or just 1 boy to help even out the family and give our son a little brother. Either way would be fine as long as the baby is healthy.
Anyways I was reading some of the messages and went to astro.com to find out my info. I was born on May 10, 1976 and 2:00 pm in Peterborough NH USA. Time zone h4west 42n52 71w57 Daylight savings
The moon phase 136 degrees 46. How do I figure this all out. Can you please help me?
|Posted on Monday, May 26, 2003 - 11:09 pm: |
Astrofertility is obviously not a task for the uninitiated. Please contact a professional astrologer for help and consider the possibility that what you are requesting is an investment of time in calculating your horoscope, plotting the fertile times, explaining the ramifications of each fertile time, and working with you about your options. You are asking for a professional service that most competent astrologers could provide if they were conversant with this technique but very few are.
|Posted on Friday, May 30, 2003 - 5:36 am: |
I am looking at my astrofertility chart and I have a question which is probably really stupid. The chart mentions universal time, how can I figure out the actual time? I am currently living in Singapore. Also Dr. Jonas center charges more than $450 for an analysis in the case of infertility. Do you know anybody who can do it cheaper on-line?
|Posted on Sunday, June 01, 2003 - 12:06 am: |
I think $450 is a very reasonable charge if the situation is complex. It's outrageous for a computer printout. What people do not seem to understand is that astrology is complicated and time consuming, not something that lends itself to pat answers.
Universal time is probably Greenwich Mean Time. Most programs are calculated for GMT and then interpolated to the local place. Singapore is 8 hours later than GMT.