Your Quantum Astrology Written Report


Things that this report does NOT cover:

  • Your genetic make-up
  • Your social environment
  • Your personal history
  • Your intelligence
  • Your talents
  • Your physical attributes
  • Accidents, coincidences, or childhood illnesses
  • The opportunities you did or did not have
  • Whether you were loved and encouraged or neglected and abused
  • Your level of spiritual awareness    

If you want to make the best use of your Quantum Astrology, don’t expect it to do things it can’t do.  It can’t, for example, tell you what your father was like, how tall you are, if you are healthy, if your family is rich, or what your talents are. Quantum Astrology is ignorant regarding your physical, social, psychological, and spiritual background. It can’t tell you a million things.  And if you expect it to, you will be disappointed and you may miss the wonderful insights into your character that this Report can offer you.

This Report can help you by identifying and validating your yearnings: a yearning for strength, a yearning for love, a yearning for beauty, a yearning for achievement, a yearning for drama, a yearning for adventure, a yearning for structure, a yearning for freedom, a yearning to fit in, or a yearning to be different, for example.  Your yearnings point to what you need to bring into your life in order to be fulfilled, and they point you in the direction of your dharma.


How will those yearnings play out? Nobody knows. It’s unpredictable.  Still, it’s useful to know what gives you emotional satisfaction. Let’s say you know Ms. B.  One of her keywords is “artistic.”  You can’t say, “Aha, Ms. B  is destined to be an artist” because, for one thing, you don’t know whether she has any talent.  And if she does have talent, you don’t know what kind of opportunities she has to express that talent.  All you know is, she has certain yearnings.  They may not be developed yearnings; they may not be cultivated.  She may live in an environment where artistic yearnings are equated with frivolity.  Still, the fact that she has these yearnings is a useful piece of information.  If Ms. B wants to be happy, she’s got to tune into life in an artistic way.  She doesn’t have to BE an artist, but she needs to feel the vibration, at least some of the time.  Otherwise, she’s going to feel unfulfilled.


No individual write-up on an aspect of your chart is meant to summarize your whole person, nor can it. Each piece is meant to describe an aspect of you; or more accurately, an archetypal expression that you carry. That archetype can and must be expressed on a spectrum, and because it is only an archetype, it requires that you, as the living human being you are, breathe it into being through your own unique style and temperament.

We each express the same archetype with varying levels of intensity. Each archetype has layers of meaning and they are not intended to be taken literally, but as zeitgeist energy that has a range of expression. Remember, these planetary energies are filtered by and through you.  

You will relate more to some parts of this Report than to others. This is because you bring a remarkable complexity of mind, body, and spirit that cannot be completely captured by this chart interpretation, or for that matter, by the chart  itself. Still, the mechanics of your chart and its attributes are intended to assist you with finding your natural way of being in the world. Because they are potent and directive, these attributes will help explain why you are drawn to some things and not others, and why you express as you do.  Because they are specific in what drives them, these attributes will help you stay focused on what you wanted to experience and accomplish for your life. You can think of them as your map for the trails you are meant to follow.

When you combine all your narratives you will have a fuller picture of your temperament and what drives you.  Do not expect that all of who you are in your actual lived expression can be described by this report. What you as an unduplicatable individual bring to your natal chart is complex and extraordinary, and will always transcend the mechanics of your natal chart.  However, the descriptions contained in this Report tell a story about your potentials and orientation because they identify certain fundamental yearnings.  It is my hope that this Report gives you both insight and validation into who you are.  Enjoy!


Each quadrant of the day, sunrise to noon, noon to sunset, sunset to midnight, and midnight to sunrise, occupies a specific niche in the human psyche.  We are imprinted with the qualities of the time of day in which we were born. Each quadrant is also symbolic of how our focus changes over the course of a day.  

(You will receive a description of the qualities of  the time of day you were born.)


Michel Gauquelin discovered statistically meaningful placements in the natal chart for the Moon, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn.  Subsequently, research astrologer Patrick Jerome discovered that Neptune also has a “Gauquelin” placement.  When it is located in the 1st or 12th house (using Placidus Houses), its influence on the personality is strong. Gauquelin’s mathematical data proved that the planets undeniably imprint us with their qualities, imbuing us with specific gifts and drives.  When Moon, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn occupy certain zones (G-zones) in the natal chart (the 9th or 12th houses), i.e., when they are rising or culminating, and for Neptune, the 1st or 12th), they express with power and focus.  But there is an “opposite” phenomenon that occurs when these same planets,  including Neptune, occupy zones (or houses) where their expression is more muted. This is not a negative condition. For example, a Gauquelin placement of Saturn (Gauquelin Saturn) makes the personality more serious, analytical, organized and focused. They also tend towards academics and dive deep into a specialty. When Saturn is not in a G-zone, the personality is more easy-going and expressive and prefers informal environments.

(You will receive a description of your Gauquelin planetary placements.  You can have a combination of both strong and passive placements.  Neither is better than the other.  Their qualities will be suited to assist you with expressing your purpose.)


Each chart has an overarching focus that comes from its dominant themes.  Repeating themes point to an orientation. Examples of some orientations are extrovert vs. introvert, conventionality vs. unconventionality, self-reliance vs. community, and a need for stability vs. a need for freedom.  Conflicting themes do show up in the chart, and these provide opportunities to understand one’s real needs.  Themes are not mutually exclusive, and themes that  conflict can be resolved, but first there is a challenge to be met.  A conundrum exists, but honoring the needs of conflicting energies by giving them an appropriate venue to express, begins the work of resolving the conflicts. Conflict (or tension) pushes us to understand the deeper needs of these energies, allowing us to live their gifts with  greater mastery.

(You will receive a description of your chart themes.)

This sample is a preliminary overview of the main content features.  Additional discussion is included in the actual Report.

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