Dec 5, 2010
Find Anyone's Birthday
Often I want to look at the chart of a professional I do business with - say my lawyer, accountant, banker, etc. Since I don't want reveal what I'm up to, I've developed a strategy for looking up their birthday online that works 90% of the time.
First, I look for them on www.intellius.com. If the name is unique it's easier. The site will list all occurances of the name you give it, and past residences of the person. Knowing a little bit about the person, you can figure out which one it is in the list. And next to the name and cities of residence, you'll see an age.
Take the age to http://www.stevemorse.org/birthday/birthday2.html and enter what you know. It should come up with a birthday. If it doesn't, the next step is go to ancestry.com where birth records from many states are archived. However, you need to be a member. That site will at least list the birth year and month. After all that, I usually break down and confess my obsession with astrology, and the person in question always ponies up the day for me.
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