How to Tell If Your Calculations in your Solar return chart Are Correct

The solar return chart Midheaven has a thirty-three year cycle. 

This means that if you are living at your birth location when you are thirty-three years old, your solar return angles will be roughly the same as your natal angles. There is a cycle of rotation evident in solar returns. Each year the Midheaven of the solar return chart moves forward three signs, plus or minus a few degrees if you remain in the same location. This fact will help you to deter-mine if you have calculated your solar returns correctly. 

For example, if your Midheaven is 12 degrees Cancer this year, next year your Mid-heaven could be approximately 11 degrees Libra and the year following it might be 10 Capricorn (assuming that you remain in the same location). The Midheaven will continue to move forward three signs while also shift-ing plus or minus a few degrees, year after year, until it has eventually moved forward and shifted back to your natal Midheaven. 


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