Frequently asked questions

Travel > Other Maps

  1. My country / city is not on the map - are there no influences?

    Because of the wide orb of 150 miles (240 km) east/west of each line, it is not possible to use the maps for answering questions on a smaller scale. It would be pointless to provide more detailed maps. If a birth time is uncertain by 15 minutes, the spatial resolution of the lines is reduced to about 400 km (250 miles) east/west. The location of the lines is so sensitive to birth time that within 5 minutes a line shifts by around 60 miles (caused by the rotation of the Earth).

  2. Can I see transits on my Astromap?

    Not in the AstroClick Travel section. But you can choose the "Dynamic Astromap World" in the Extended Chart Selection -> section Astrodienst special. It shows your natal Astromap including transits and progressions. There are no explanations though.

  3. Can I do an Astromap for a couple?

    No, you can only get Astromaps for one set of birth data, not for a "virtual" chart which is generated from two sets of data (like a composite chart, for example). But you can do both your own and your partners individual Astromap and see whether you find a place which both suits you. Don't forget to consult your own feelings about a place, though.

  4. Is it possible to gauge the relocation chart with the lines in the Astromaps?

    To gauge relocation charts with Astrocartography maps is tricky, because the maps consider planetary latitude, while the charts don't. This is why the lines for planets with considerable latitude run off from where you might expect them.

 

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