There are a few ways that you can go about fixing your birth time. One way is to look up your birth certificate and see what time it says you were born.
If you were born in a hospital, they should have your birth time on record. Another way is to ask your parents or other family members what time you were born.
If you were born at home, your family may have a home birth record that shows your birth time. Finally, you can look at old family photos or videos to see if there is any evidence of what time you were born.
How accurate does your birth time need to be for astrology?
There is no set answer to this question since each astrologer will have their own preferences and opinions on this matter. However, generally speaking, astrologers believe that time-related accuracy is not as important for astrology as other factors such as planetary aspects and placements.
In other words, astrologers typically believe that the astrological information contained within a birth chart is accurate to within a few minutes of time, if not seconds.
Does your exact birth time matter?
Yes, it can matter. If you are trying to establish an exact date or time of an event, knowing your birth time can be helpful.
For example, if you were born at 12:00pm on a certain day, your time zone might be helpful in calculating the time for an event that occurred at 6:00pm your time.
What affects birth time?
There are many factors that can affect birth time, including the mother’s age, weight, and ethnicity. Some women have a shorter or longer labor than average, while others have a normal labor and delivery.
Labor may also be sped up or slowed down by various interventions, such as epidurals or pain medications. The time of birth also depends on the location of the birth.
In the United States, for example, babies are typically born between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time.
How can I rectify my birth time?
There are a few ways to rectify your birth time. The first is to contact the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and request a time correction.
NIST will then use their standards to compare your birth time to the official time in your area. If your time is within a few minutes of the official time, NIST will not provide a time correction.
However, if your time is significantly off, NIST will provide a time correction that you can use to adjust your clock, calendar, or watches.
Another way to rectify your birth time is to use a time zone converter. Time zone converters can be found online or in the software section of most stores.
Once you have found a time zone converter, enter your birth time into the converter and the program will generate a time in the appropriate time zone.
If you cannot find a time zone converter or if you would like to manually adjust your time, you can use the time zone tab on the Windows Clock Control Panel to change your time zone. Once you have changed your time zone, use the time zone tab on the Windows Clock Control Panel to update your computer’s time.
Depending on your beliefs and understanding of astrology, you may consult with an astrologer to have your birth time rectified. This is a process where the astrologer uses their knowledge and experience to determine the most accurate birth time for you, based on your personal birth chart.
There are also a number of online calculators and resources that can offer guidance on how to adjust your birth time.