Two Charts for the USA: Introduction

The two charts are the Sibly chart, set for 5:10 PM Local Mean Time at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, PA, on July 4, 1776; and the time when the constitution went into effect, 12:08 AM Eastern Standard Time (12:00 AM local time), at Federal Hall, New York, NY, on March 4, 1789.  The constitution chart performs well statistically when compared to events according to information given in the article, “Bold New Theories on America’s National Horoscopes: The U.S. Constitution” by Richard Noelle, Dell Horoscope, p.31, July, 1989.

In my opinion, the passage of the Declaration of Independence was like a conception and the actual event which brought the country into existence was when the constitution went into effect, which was at midnight local time at the Federal Hall in New York City on March 4, 1789.  That said, any real chart in the progress of this country toward existence should reflect the progress and our resulting country.

The two charts, along with their aspect grids, are given below.  The charts were created using the Kepler program on my desktop, the grids using the iPhemeris app on my iPad.  The orbs for the aspects in the grids are two degrees for the Ptolemaic aspects (0, 60, 90, 120, and 180 degrees) and one degree for the less influential aspects that I have included (45, 135, and 150 degrees).

chart for the US constitution going into effect