As reported on John and Susan Townley’s Astro*News:
The Telegraph of Calcutta, India reports: Birth-fixing to beat Mars – Astrologers, not doctors, determine time of delivery
“…Over the past two months, more and more would-be parents in the state have been opting for “birth by appointment” – that is, manipulating the time of delivery to suit astrological charts.”
Twenty years ago, my sister, who is also an astrologer was pregnant with her second child. She had a c-section with her first and knew her second baby who also be delivered by c-section which meant she could have some say in what her child’s chart would look like. And she didn’t necessarily have to clue her doctor in either. She debated.
It was a hard decision too. She had all kinds of angles on it. What’s the right thing to do? Do you leave it to some doctor to decide your kid’s life when they can’t even read a chart? Or do you step in and try to control the situation?
In the end, she decided to stay out of it. The doctor scheduled the C-section and she showed up… on time.
What would you have done in my sister’s situation? Elect the chart, or take your chances? And why…