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The magic of astrology revealed in a beautiful, animated interface for generating accurate astrological chartwheels, based on the world's standard for heavenly movement, the Swiss Ephemeris. Perfect for novice and seasoned astrologers.
Go deeper than what a typical daily horoscope can provide. Discover how the motions of the planetary bodies create significant astrological events, each of which has associated meanings. As an aid to budding astrologers, these interpretations are presented aspect-by-aspect and day-by-day.
In this indispensable and educational tool, you'll find:
✩ A gorgeous, innovative interface for creating and viewing natal (birthday) and current chartwheels for any date.
✩ Dynamic display via a Date Slider: no more static chartwheels; watch the movement of the planets on the chartwheel through time!
✩ Three display modes: natal chartwheel, natal-to-current combined chartwheel, current-to-current combined chartwheel
✩ Interpretations covering energy, love, career, and more for natal-to-current chartwheels.
✩ Lists of significant transit events for a given moment in time, sortable by planet or aspect.
✩ Planetary positions displayed as traditional "zodiac angles" or raw "360-degree" mode.
✩ Nine, yes nine, transit aspects to choose from!
✩ Adjustable text size.
What's New in Version 1.0.4
- Improved support for iOS5.
- App name changed.
This is a great app to see what is going on in your chart presently! It includes a brief description and detailed description of the transits and categorized for: love, career, etc.
Longitude East-West Mix Up?
In general, I like this app. It is original and very artsy, so I don't want to say anything bad about it, ... But...
My natal location is Chicago, Il, which according to Google has a longitude of 87.65 W, however the longitude as calculated by this app is 87.65 E. So the Ascendant is off by about 180 degrees. Therefore all the Asc and MC transits are wrong. The work around would be to bump my birthdate by 12 hours to compensate, but the Moon moves pretty fast so this is not such a good fix.
I know that an upgrade correction is unlikely since the last one occurred around 3 years ago. The developer might have gotten bored and moved on, who knows.