In recent years Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta, Chiron and the Black Moon Lilith have gained steadily in numbers of astrologers who include them in preparing birth charts for consultation and research. This ephemeris provides one hundred and fifty years of daily longitude positions to facilitate easy scanning for adding these widely popular "extras" to any horoscope. For the four major asteroids, Ceres, Pallas, Juno and Vesta, declinations are also provided for every 4th day. Black Moon Lilith, derived from the lunar apogee/perigee, is given in True positions daily and in Mean positions every 8th day. Introductory text preceding the ephemeris pages includes a preface by Eleanor Bach, a short article on Black Moon Lilith by Maria Kay Simms and an extensive introductory article by Zipporah Dobyns, Ph.D., with mythology and interpretive examples of all five "extras" covered by this ephemeris.