This Report is 40 or more pages and is included with your live session.

We seek environments that offer:

  • peace
  • beauty
  • belonging
  • well-being of mind, body, and spirit
  • opportunities to connect with like-minded others
  • career
  • education
  • friendship
  • romance
  • culture
  • adventure
  • sometimes it’s just time to move on/ get a fresh start


A relocation chart is simply an ordinary natal horoscope moved to a different location. It’s a chart cast for the same moment of birth, but looked at from another location, as if the birth happened there. The planets’ signs and degrees and their aspects to each other remain the same, but in different geographic locations they will appear in different houses.  This changes their relationship to the angles of the chart (how astrocartography works) and so alters their strengths and areas of influence. The angles of the chart are the ascendant, descendant, midheaven, and nadir.


When interpreting a relocated chart, in addition to applying standard astrocartographic rules of interpretation, I also include the meanings of the Gauquelin planets if they occur in Gauquelin’s rising and/or culminating zones (G-zones). This approach deviates from, but adds to, the standard astrological view of how planets behave in the houses associated with the G-zones, and I believe gives a greater understanding of how the relocated chart influences the experience of the new location.

The Gauquelin planets are Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and Neptune. Their traditional meanings do not change in a G-zone, but they become much more dominant in influence. The G-zones are the 12th and 9th houses, and to a lesser extent, the 6th and 3rd houses, using the Placidus house system. The exception is Neptune, whose G-zones are only in the 1st and 12th houses.

As well, a planet can be counter-Gauquelin when it is in a “low” zone (which means far from a G-zone) and this also gives them specific influence. Low zones make the Gauquelin planets more practical than passionate in how they express.

I also look at other factors like the Quadrant placements of Sun and Venus. These personal planets have a strong influence on temperament depending on their Quadrant placement. Each Quadrant has its own orientation. The 4th Quadrant begins with the ascendant (sunrise) and ends at the midheaven (noon); the 3rd Quadrant begins with the midheaven and ends at the descendant (sunset); the 2nd Quadrant begins with the descendant and ends at the nadir (midnight), and the 1st Quadrant begins with the nadir and ends at the ascendant.

Your Report includes pages of the relocated charts of the destinations you are exploring and an interpretation of their strengths and weaknesses.

NOTE THAT you should always use your own judgment in making decisions. There are many non-astrological factors as well as undiscovered or uncited astrological (i.e., asteroids) factors which can also affect your experience of a location, so understand that scores are neither rigid nor the last word in what you can experience.

FINALLY, the most important thing to understand is that every location is good for something. If a place feels good to you, and feels that way consistently, take that feeling seriously, regardless of the scores. Your feelings are an intangible that the assessing mechanics don’t account for. It is also true that you don’t have to travel or live in a location – you can bring its influences to you through people or objects that come from there, through remotely experiencing the culture, the land, and the overall ambiences that represent the location.

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