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Charts > Special Charts

  1. Overview: Available "Special" charts in the Extended Chart Selection

    The following charts are available in the "Special Charts" section:

    Astromap World

    Astrocartography, true latidue, colour drawing, with lines positioning Chiron and the Moon's Nodes. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

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    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap World, ecliptic projection

    Astrocartography, colour drawing, with lines positioning Chiron and the Moon's Nodes. The calculation is based on the ecliptic points of projection of the planets. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

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    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap Europe

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap North America

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap South America

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap East Asia

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap Africa

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap Middle East

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap Central America

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap Australia

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap Russia

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap Europe in color

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Astromap World in color

    Astrocartography, true latitude. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Dynamic Astromap World

    Astrocartography, true latitude, with progressions (Sun - Mars) and transits (Jupiter - Pluto). Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Dynamic Astromap World without natal

    Astrocartography, true latitude, with progressions (Sun - Mars) and transits (Jupiter - Pluto), without natal. Also available as PDF (for subscribers).
    Read more in the Astro Wiki

    Back to the overview list

    The Astromap World is simply an unusual way of drawing up a birth chart. While a conventional birth chart shows the planetary positions in relation to a particular place - the place of birth - the Astromap World shows possible planetary positions for all over the globe.

    About Astromaps

    It is a well-known astrological fact, that those planets near the axes of a natal chart, i.e. placed near the horizon or the meridian, are particularly significant.

    The axes or cardinal points in a chart are:

    • AC = the Ascendant, or rising sign
    • DC = the Descendant, or descending sign
    • MC = Medium Coeli, the Midheaven or highest point
    • IC = Imum Coeli, the lowest point in the heavens

    Not everyone has one or more planets placed at these cardinal points in the birth chart. Only those born at sunrise will have the Sun conjunct the Ascendant, similarly, those born at the time of a "setting" Moon will have their Moon in the same place as their Descendant, and so on.
    At the time of your birth, a particular planet could form any conceivable relationship with these cardinal points, depending on your geographic position. Somewhere, the Sun was rising, or the Moon setting, or another planet was reaching its zenith, the highest point in the sky. These places are special for you, as if these planets were placed on one of your cardinal points. Speaking astronomically, these are the places where the planets are rising or setting, or at their highest or lowest point.
    The Astro-Map World shows where these places are, calculated for your personal birth time. All four possible cardinal positions are shown by four lines of the same colour for each planet.

    Parans according to Bernadette Brady, PDF

    Heliacic stars and parans, only PDF (also for non-subscribers), programmed according to the method of Bernadette Brady in cooperation with Sarah Ashton.

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    Parans according to B. Brady, with Uranus - Pluto, PDF

    Heliacic stars and parans, only PDF (also for non-subscribers), programmed according to the method of Bernadette Brady in cooperation with Sarah Ashton.

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    Aspects/Parans, Stars brighter than m=2, PDF

    Heliacic stars and parans, only PDF (also for non-subscribers), Astrodienst method.

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    Aspects/Parans, Stars brighter than m=3, PDF

    Heliacic stars and parans, only PDF (also for non-subscribers), Astrodienst method.

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    Aspects/Parans, Stars brighter than m=4, PDF

    Heliacic stars and parans, only PDF (also for non-subscribers), Astrodienst method.

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    Aspects/Parans, all named stars, PDF

    Heliacic stars and parans, only PDF (also for non-subscribers), Astrodienst method.

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    Sound horoscope mundane

    In the sound horoscope, aspects occuring between planets in the course of time are interpreted as musical intervals and converted into audible frequencies (sounds). The fundamental frequency which represents the conjunction, is 272.204 Hz (C sharp 1), which in turn corresponds to the 33rd octave of the tropical year. The sounds are played in quick motion, with a default setting of one day corresponding to one second. Beginning: 30 days before the current date. Attention: Flash Player needed.
    More information on the sound chart.

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    Sound horoscope personal (transits)

    In the sound horoscope, aspects occuring between transiting planets and natal planets in the course of time are interpreted as musical intervals and converted into audible frequencies (sounds). The birth chart determines the melody of the time span. The planetary pair is composed from one immobile natal planet and one transiting planet respectively. The fundamental frequency which represents the conjunction, is 272.204 Hz (C sharp 1), which in turn corresponds to the 33rd octave of the tropical year. The sounds are played in quick motion, with a default setting of one day corresponding to one second. Beginning: 30 days before the current date. Attention: Flash Player needed.
    More information on the sound chart.

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    Graphical ephemeris for one year

    Graphical ephemeris (45° system) for one year, multi-colored, with additional PDF table containig aspects of the moving planets and dates of sign changes. Planets from Sun to Pluto and mean Moon's Nodes, without Moon.

    Graphical Ephemeris (45° System)

    Conjunctions of the moving planets are visible as intersection points of their trajectories. In order to make other aspects visible as intersection points, the trajectories are not drawn into a full 360° scale but the zodiac is 'folded'. The most common technique is the 45° system which divides the zodiac into eight segments of 45° each. These are drawn on top of each other. The 45° system shows all aspects that are multiples of 45° as intersection points of the trajectories, namely conjunctions, oppositions, squares, semi-squares (45°) and sesquisquares (135°).

    Every Graphical Ephemeris contains an additional PDF data sheet that gives the dates of the aspects between the planets as well the dates of their entry into a new zodiac sign. This also contains sextile and trine aspects which are not visible as intersection points in a 45° graphic.

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    Graphical ephemeris for one year with natal

    Graphical ephemeris (45° system) with personal transits for one year, multi-colored, aspects between transiting planets and natal planets drawn in, aspect data printed in additional tables.
    Transiting planets from Sun to Pluto and mean Moon's nodes, without Moon. With additional tables (PDF).

    Graphical Ephemeris (45° System) with transits

    The natal positions of the planets are drawn as horizontal lines into a 45° Graphical Ephemeris. This allows to see important transits immediately and determine their date on the time scale. All transits are marked with a particular aspect symbol in the graphic. The additional tables contain the exact dates of the transits, also of transits in trine or sextile which are not directly visible in a 45° graphic ephemeris.

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    Graphical ephemeris for 5 years

    Graphical ephemeris (45° system) for 5 years, planets from Mars to Pluto and Mean Node. With additional tables (PDF).

    Graphical Ephemeris (45° System)

    Conjunctions of the moving planets are visible as intersection points of their trajectories. In order to make other aspects visible as intersection points, the trajectories are not drawn into a full 360° scale but the zodiac is 'folded'. The most common technique is the 45° system which divides the zodiac into eight segments of 45° each. These are drawn on top of each other. The 45° system shows all aspects that are multiples of 45° as intersection points of the trajectories, namely conjunctions, oppositions, squares, semi-squares (45°) and sesquisquares (135°).

    Every Graphical Ephemeris contains an additional PDF data sheet that gives the dates of the aspects between the planets as well the dates of their entry into a new zodiac sign. This also contains sextile and trine aspects which are not visible as intersection points in a 45° graphic.

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    Graphical ephemeris for 5 years, with natal

    Graphical ephemeris (45° System) for 5 years with personal transits, planets from Mars to Pluto and Mean Node, without Moon. With additional tables (PDF).

    Graphical Ephemeris (45° System) with transits

    The natal positions of the planets are drawn as horizontal lines into a 45° Graphical Ephemeris. This allows to see important transits immediately and determine their date on the time scale. All transits are marked with a particular aspect symbol in the graphic. The additional tables contain the exact dates of the transits, also of transits in trine or sextile which are not directly visible in a 45° graphic ephemeris.

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    Graphical ephemeris for 50 years

    Graphical ephemeris (45° System) for 50 years, planets from Saturn to Pluto. Somewhat inaccurate due to interpolation steps of 50 days. Recommended for historical overview only.

    Graphical Ephemeris (45° System)

    Conjunctions of the moving planets are visible as intersection points of their trajectories. In order to make other aspects visible as intersection points, the trajectories are not drawn into a full 360° scale but the zodiac is 'folded'. The most common technique is the 45° system which divides the zodiac into eight segments of 45° each. These are drawn on top of each other. The 45° system shows all aspects that are multiples of 45° as intersection points of the trajectories, namely conjunctions, oppositions, squares, semi-squares (45°) and sesquisquares (135°).

    Every Graphical Ephemeris contains an additional PDF data sheet that gives the dates of the aspects between the planets as well the dates of their entry into a new zodiac sign. This also contains sextile and trine aspects which are not visible as intersection points in a 45° graphic.

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    Graphical ephemeris for 50 years with natal

    Graphical ephemeris with personal transits for 50 years, multi-colored, aspects of transiting planets to natal planets drawn in, and aspect data printed on additional tables. With additional tables (PDF).

    Graphical Ephemeris (45° System) with transits

    The natal positions of the planets are drawn as horizontal lines into a 45° Graphical Ephemeris. This allows to see important transits immediately and determine their date on the time scale. All transits are marked with a particular aspect symbol in the graphic. The additional tables contain the exact dates of the transits, also of transits in trine or sextile which are not directly visible in a 45° graphic ephemeris.

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    Transit Cyclogram

    Aesthetically pleasing, multi-coloured graphical depiction of one year's transits in the shape of a mandala, related to the normal chart drawing, size A3. The lines of the transiting planets are drawn in around the natal chart, all forming aspects are immediately visible. With additional tables of the transit data (PDF).

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    Transit Calendar for 3 years, PDF

    Transit calendar of the slow-moving planets Jupiter - Pluto, Moon's Nodes, Chiron, for three years, PDF.

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    Transit Calendar, all planets 6 months, PDF

    Transit calendar of all planets (without the Moon) for six months, all aspects, PDF.

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    Transit Calendar incl. Moon, PDF

    Transit calendar of all planets and Moon for one year, all aspects, PDF.

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    Transit Calendar with Progressions, PDF

    Transit calendar with progressions, for 54 months, PDF.

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    Progression Calendar one year, PDF

    Progression calendar of all planets, one year, PDF

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    Transit Rhythmogram

    Transit rhythmogram for 5 years. In the transit rhythmogram the transit of the slow-moving planets are depicted as colored curves of intensity. The rhythmogram contains individual curves for the intensitiy of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, as well as a curve of sums. Accumulations of transits (phases of high cosmic activity for a person) can be seen in the curve of sums at a glance.

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    Calculation of the transit rhythmogram

    Each of the transiting planets generates its own rhythmic curve through its transits over the positions of the natal planets and their aspect points. When the transiting planet reaches the 1° orb of a natal point, the rhythmogram starts to ascend; this rise lasts until the point of the exact transit, then the curve descends until the orb is left. The slower the movement of a planet, the higher and wider the resulting triangular curve will be. This results in a natural evaluation function for the transits based on their duration. Transits between outer planets are weighted less, conjunctions and oppositions are weighted more strongly than the other aspects.

    For the most important long-term transits, the respective natal planet and the aspect type as well as the zodiac sign of the contact are indicated below the curve, so that it is easy to draw conclusions for the interpretation.

    The curve of sums (black, top curve) is the sum of the individual planet rhythmograms and gives a summary of the cosmic activation in relation to certain natal constellations. (For experts: We generate a linear superposition of the individual transit curves; if the sum exceeds 70% of the maximum amplitude, we change to logarithmic representation.)

    Incorporated elements: five transiting planets from Jupiter to Pluto; natal points: ten planets, Moon's Nodes, Ascendant and MC; Aspects 0°, 180°, 90°, 120°, 60°. Each graphic covers a time span of five years.

    Ebertin's Life Diagram, Progressions

    Progressive life diagram (secondary directions) for 30 years, coloured drawing, with two data pages of tables for all kinds of events (PDF).

    The Progression (also called Secondary Progression) is based on the idea that there is a symbolic analogy of 1 year = 1 day in the life of a person. At 30 years of age, a chart is calculated for the 30th day after birth.

    This means that we determine the current age of the native in years and then calculate the chart for the same number of days after birth. This horoscope, similar to a transit chart, can be interpreted in relation to the birth chart (synastry).

    Ascendant, MC and houses are moved by about 1° per year in the progressed chart. In practice, the number of years is multiplied by the mean daily motion of the Sun. The result is then added to the sidereal time of birth, and axes and houses are recalculated. The mean daily motion of the Sun (the so-called 'Naibod key') is 0.98564733°. In fact, this is a primary direction of the angles and houses.

    Other astrological software may provide slightly different positions of the angles and hous cusps. E.g., Solar Fire calculates them as follows: The solar arc, i.e. the ecliptic motion that the progressed Sun has made since birth, is added to the midheaven (MC), then the ascendant and the other house cusps are calculated from this new midheaven. Astrodienst offers this as an option in the section of "Additional objects" and other options.

    In an Ebertin Life Diagram the natal positions of the planets are drawn as horizontal lines into a Graphical Ephemeris of the progressed planets. Progressions take place where the lines of the natal planets intersect with the lines of the moving planets. In a Graphical 45° Ephemeris the zodiac is divided into eight segments of 45° each. These are drawn on top of each other. The 45° system shows all aspects that are multiples of 45° as intersection points of the trajectories, namely conjunctions, oppositions, squares, semi-squares (45°) and sesquisquares (135°). All progressions are marked with a particular aspect symbol in the graphic. The additional tables contain the exact dates of the progressions, also of trine or sextile aspects which are not directly visible in a 45° graphic ephemeris.

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    Ebertin's Life Diagram, Solar Arc Directions

    Solar arc directions for 30 years, coloured drawing, data pages of tables for all kinds of events (PDF).

    The Solar Arc Direction, similar to progression, is based on the idea that there is a symbolic analogy of 1 year = 1 day in the life of a person.

    The age of the native is calculated in years, and then multiplied by the mean daily motion of the Sun. The result is added to all planets, axes and houses. The solar arc chart can, like a transit chart, be interpreted in relation to the natal chart (synastry).

    The mean daily motion of the Sun (the so-called 'Naibod key') is 0.98564733°.

    In an Ebertin Life Diagram the natal positions of the planets are drawn as horizontal lines into a Graphical Ephemeris of the progressed planets. Progressions take place where the lines of the natal planets intersect with the lines of the moving planets. In a Graphical 45° Ephemeris the zodiac is divided into eight segments of 45° each. These are drawn on top of each other. The 45° system shows all aspects that are multiples of 45° as intersection points of the trajectories, namely conjunctions, oppositions, squares, semi-squares (45°) and sesquisquares (135°). All progressions are marked with a particular aspect symbol in the graphic. The additional tables contain the exact dates of the progressions, also of trine or sextile aspects which are not directly visible in a 45° graphic ephemeris.

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    Ebertin's Life Diagram, Progressed Declinations

    Declination progressions for 60 years, coloured drawing, with data pages of tables for all kinds of events (PDF).

    The Progression (also called Secondary Progression) is based on the idea that there is a symbolic analogy of 1 year = 1 day in the life of a person. At 30 years of age, a chart is calculated for the 30th day after birth.

    This means that we determine the current age of the native in years and then calculate the chart for the same number of days after birth. This horoscope, similar to a transit chart, can be interpreted in relation to the birth chart (synastry).

    Ascendant, MC and houses are moved by about 1° per year in the progressed chart. In practice, the number of years is multiplied by the mean daily motion of the Sun. The result is then added to the sidereal time of birth, and axes and houses are recalculated. The mean daily motion of the Sun (the so-called 'Naibod key') is 0.98564733°. In fact, this is a primary direction of the angles and houses.

    Other astrological software may provide slightly different positions of the angles and hous cusps. E.g., Solar Fire calculates them as follows: The solar arc, i.e. the ecliptic motion that the progressed Sun has made since birth, is added to the midheaven (MC), then the ascendant and the other house cusps are calculated from this new midheaven. Astrodienst offers this as an option in the section of "Additional objects" and other options.

    In an Ebertin Life Diagram the natal positions of the planets are drawn as horizontal lines into a Graphical Ephemeris of the progressed planets. Progressions take place where the lines of the natal planets intersect with the lines of the moving planets. In a Graphical 45° Ephemeris the zodiac is divided into eight segments of 45° each. These are drawn on top of each other. The 45° system shows all aspects that are multiples of 45° as intersection points of the trajectories, namely conjunctions, oppositions, squares, semi-squares (45°) and sesquisquares (135°). All progressions are marked with a particular aspect symbol in the graphic. The additional tables contain the exact dates of the progressions, also of trine or sextile aspects which are not directly visible in a 45° graphic ephemeris.

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    3-dimensional chart

    Three-dimensional chart drawing, spacial (3-dimensional) house cusps, 3-dimensional planetary positions and their aspect points in a cylindric projection. A short instruction how to create a 3-dimensional chart can be found in the FAQ.

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    3-dim. chart w. primary directions 10 years

    Three-dimensional chart drawing with primary directions for 10 years, spacial (3-dimensional) house cusps, 3-dimensional planetary positions and their aspect points in a cylindric projection. A short instruction how to create a 3-dimensional chart can be found in the FAQ.

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    3-dim. chart w. primary directions 30 years

    Three-dimensional chart drawing with primary directions for 30 years, spacial (3-dimensional) house cusps, 3-dimensional planetary positions and their aspect points in a cylindric projection. A short instruction how to create a 3-dimensional chart can be found in the FAQ.

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    Biorhythmic Chart

    Graphical Biorhythm for twelve months, multi-coloured drawing, with the Moon's phases.

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    Lunar Phases Fertility Calendar

    Lunar Phases Fertility Calendar for twelve months, with fertility days according to Dr. Jonas and the Moon's phases, without guarantee.

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