Daylight Savings Time – More Than You Ever Wanted to Know

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Recently while working on a Birth Chart, I once again came up against this crazy system of Daylight Savings Time in regard to recording birth times.  During the summer months did nurses record the birth time as DST or did they record  the ‘real’ time, which would be one hour earlier?   Was the birth during War Time when DST was observed?   Were you born in a state or county that chose not to observe DST during the summer?   Having an accurate birth time is important because it tells us what sign was rising over the horizon when you were born.  This becomes your Rising Sign or Ascendant, the part of you that is seen by the public.     Here are some interesting facts I discovered while researching DST:

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In March, 1918  Summer DST was observed for 7 months, until October, 1918.  Then again in March, 1919, DST was observed…

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