Below you will find corrections to the Good Timing Guide. Please email if you find any other mistakes, and we will post them for everyone here. We go through an extensive proofing process each year but invariably things still fall through the cracks. Thanks for letting us know when you find something.
2017 Good Timing Guide Corrections:
- On the Pacific calendar for Dec 17, 2017, the New Moon shows at 10:32 AM. It should be 10:32 PM.
- On November 23rd, there should be a partial red line in the Final Result to reflect a Time-Out that starts at 2:34 AM Pacific time and ends at 12:15 PM Pacific time. For the Eastern calendar, the Time-Out starts at 5:34 AM and ends at 3:15 PM Eastern.
2018 Good Timing Guide Corrections:
- The last paragraph of page 46, under the heading, “Lunar Eclipse on January 31, 2018 at 11 degrees Leo 37 minutes/
Solar Eclipse on February 15 , 2018 at 27 degrees Aquarius 8 minutes” should read:
The above two eclipses have the following basic meaning based on their Saros Cycle. This series of eclipses is associated with the enthusiastic expression of new ideas. You may find yourself full of new ideas or opportunities, which may also encourage fast action. Going with the flow yields positive outcomes!