Re: Yellowstone chart
I see you've used a default birth time of noon. The houses are therefore meaningless, although we can assume the time was during daylight hours.
What you might do is locate a book on the history of this park (through your local library's Interlibrary Loan service, if need be) and time other major events in its history according to progressions and transits. That might give you a sense as to how it functions.
BTW, there is something in a name. I believe the old fur trappers called it Coulter's Hell, after an early trapper named John Coulter.
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