The Concord Writer offers a 25-page astrological natal report for Henry David Thoreau based on Thoreau’s birth in Concord, Massachusetts on July 12, 1817 - run for a 8:35 pm LMT birth-time.  That time is an inspired as well as educated guess.  If others have evidence for a more exact time of birth please advise and the report will be adjusted accordingly.

I have studied astrology for the last 25 yrs and have proven its accuracy to myself and others many times over.  If you give it a chance you will see that astrology is a complex system of measurement that can provide insights into personality, life path, as well as future and past.  The first time I saw my own natal chart was the first time I understood the uniqueness of my own individual journey and it reassured me that I am exactly who I was meant to be. 
There is something enormously freeing in that. ~ Cathryn McIntyre

The Concord Writer offers computerized natal reports that range in length from 25-35 pages, and in addition include an 11-page informational section that explains how the birth chart is created.  If you would like to receive your own natal report via email please send your date, time and place of birth to:  A full name is not necessary but please provide a first name.  Cost is $9.95 and can be paid via the PayPal link below.  All information will be kept confidential.  Please note, the correct time of birth is essential to determining an accurate birth chart. 

Thoreau's natal report is also available for $9.95.  Please order using the PayPal link below or send a check or money order to: The Concord Writer, P.O. Box 282, Concord, MA 01742.   Thank you

Note: The Astrological software that is used to create the natal reports was written and produced by Astrolabe, Inc. in Brewster, Massachusetts.Type your paragraph here.

Thoreau Birthhouse  on Virginia Road, Concord, MA.  Now the home of the Thoreau Society.

From Natal Report for Thoreau: 

Uranus in the Tenth - You tend to get very nervous and feel totally unfulfilled whenever you try to follow the beaten path. Extremely restless and very independent, you must do things your own way and follow your own path.

From Walden, by Henry David Thoreau
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away."