The Geosolar (GSL) is calculated thus:
Planet/Angle- SUN = GSL Planet/Angle.
This is not the same thing as a sunrise chart; the overall feeling from this pattern is that of the unconditioned person, the spontaneous child, the self at its most free ... and selfish! It is fascinating to compare this chart with the actual childhood behaviours of the individual - and to see where they arise in adulthood. The phenomenon of "isolated and congested Suns" is highlighted here by the presence or absence of planetary clusters in Geosolar Pisces/Aries.
In the case of the Queen, when the Sun becomes the first point of Aries her Moon goes into Cancer and Sagittarius rises - only a few degrees away from the sidereal positions in fact. So we can see two things here: firstly that in the little time she has left to herself Elizabeth will love to be in the bosom of her family enjoying her animals and the great outdoors, next that her public duties come as second nature to her - she chooses willingly to fulfil them and will gain deep satisfaction from doing so.
It must be pointed out that at all these Radix levels the geometry between the planets and angles remains the same; all aspects and midpoints remain the same, describing the fundamental dynamics in the psyche that run through all shifts of identity, all changes of experiential context.