Solar Returns Sun

Rotation of the Solar Return Sun Year to Year

 You might be experiencing the Sun consistently in angular houses, succeedent houses, or cadent houses. Each of these developmental rotations can last for ten to thirteen years depending on latitude and degrees of long and short ascension. But the movement of the Sun from one Solar Return to another is like a clock moving forward, but also slowly losing time. Each year there is a five hour and fifty-six minute difference in the solar return, not six hour.  Over a period of years, the angular rotation shifts into a succeedent pattern, eventually to a cadent pattern, and then back to angular again.​​

Solar Returns MC losing time
Solar Return angularity slippage