Birth Time Rectification

Birth Time Rectification

Birth Time Rectification Birth Time Rectification

Birth time rectification is a procedure that is used in order to determine what time a person was born, when the birth time is unknown or uncertain.Rectification is important and sometimes necessary because without a birth time, you cannot accurately calculate a person’s birth chart.By comparing important dates and facts about a person’s life with the different potential birth charts, we can infer the probable time of birth.

Requirements for a Rectification Consultation

At this time I am only doing rectifications for people who have a general sense of what time of the day they were born in, and would like to have it narrowed down to the correct rising sign, which is a 1 to 2 hour time span.

For example, if you know that you were born sometime between 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., then I would be able to help you determine that you were definitely born between 5:10 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. However, if you only know your date of birth and you do not have any idea what the approximate time of birth might be, then I would not be able to help you.

The reason for this restriction is that while it is possible to rectify a birth chart when the client has no idea of the approximate time of day they were born, it is much more time consuming and difficult. If a person has some idea of the approximate time frame in which they were born then it is much more manageable on the part of the astrologer, and the correct time can be determined in a 75 minute consultation.

Information I Need From You

I will need the following pieces of information from you when we schedule a consultation:

  • Your birth date – month, day and year (e.g. May 6, 1978).
  • Location of birth – i.e. the city, state and/or country.
  • The approximate time that you were born – For example, “sometime after 2:00 p.m., but before 7:00 p.m.” Or “in the morning, around sunrise.”
  • A chronology of important events – create a list of important dates and time periods in your life. Try to be as exact as possible with the dates when things happened.

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