An Invitation to Participate in Astrological Research (and receive free astrological insight)

The meaning of an astrological aspect for YOU personally, becomes much more precise when we can look at your birth chart, and see where it lands. I give some instructions below for how you can access your chart.

I’d like to invite you to share with me, and possibly with Mystic Sandwich readers, your chart and personal anecdotes, or a few sentences on what is happening for you now or recently. So, for example, do any of the themes I write about in the weekly forecast resonate for you? How are they turning up in your life specifically? Or, you might share something that has no relation to what I’ve been writing about, but you’d like to understand its astrological meaning in your life.

In future forecasts, I’d like to include some of these as examples. If I chose your anecdote to share, I will keep all your info anonymous. Essentially, you will be getting a little personal astrology for free, and hopefully others will benefit as well by having some specific examples of how the astrology can manifest.

I may not use all the anecdotes that are shared, but will choose those which relate to ongoing major aspects, so that they’ll be relevant to all readers. If you’re not interested in sharing anecdotes, I encourage you to download your chart nevertheless. Learning to understand your own chart is the most empowering and meaningful part of astrology. And I hope to include some simple suggestions in future posts for how you can start to make sense of your chart.

How to access your chart

Enter your birth information here. This gives you your birth chart. To get your chart with the current aspects, click "free horoscopes" in the menu, then "extended chart selection". Click “click here to show chart”. Finally, above the chart, on the right, there’s a blue button that says “with transits”. Click that. Done!

(Don’t worry if it looks mysterious--begin by contemplating the shapes, begin with your intuition).

To send me a copy, right click or control click the image, and “save image as”.

Please don't hesitate to ask questions or give me feedback! I'm really looking forward to collaborating with you on this!