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How to Subscribe to the Large Calendar
This large calendar going back to 2010 has all the Moon and Moon void-of-course aspects. Best to do this from a pc or newer phone/tablet/device because of the large file size. Some browsers, calendar apps, etc. might be overwhelmed with so many aspect "events".
Login to your Gmail or Google Account. https://myaccount.google.com/
Click the following link *after* logging in:
Click the "Add Calendar" button when it appears.
Subscribing to the calendar with the link above should allow the calendar to display in your own timezone.
For more control over the calendar: create a new calendar in your Calendar area. Then import the calendar ical/ics formatted file into that calendar.
This is the url for the Large Transit Calendar to download, save locally, then import:
The ical/ics method works well with Apple products and many other calendar programs.
For reference: Large Calendar ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weird or Duplicate Entries
If you find your Android Calendar app has duplicate entries, or other weird problems, you can reset it by unlinking from the main Transit Calendar. This might include "unsubscribing".
Then clear the calendar data cache:
Go to Settings > Applications > Manage applications
Press the menu button and choose "filter"
Go to "Calendar Storage" click on it. This should delete all the calendar data on your device.
Press "Clear data"
Now relink to the Transit Calendar, or let it/help it Resync or Refresh.
See this page for more info: support.google.com/calendar
The data for this calendar is calculated with Solar Fire. The data is hosted by Google.
Interpretations are 'out-of-the-box' from Solar Fire. Only spelling and grammar have been changed. We didn't want to get into deciding what the transits mean.
Interpretations are provided as a hint, not absolute predictions. If you don't agree with the interpretations, you can import the calendar into your own and change the interpretations there.