Re: Anyone know how i can get a transit chart of a composite chart?
It's really very simple. You have the composite chart? On any site that gives free charts, put in todays date as the birth date. Take those planetary positions and put them, by hand, on the composite chart (which she should have already written out in your own hand.... it's easier to read that way....just leave out the lines and extraneous bodies)....................
So you put the planets of today on the composite chart and those are the transits.
IF you are interested in astrology on a long term basis, go to your bookstore or go online if you prefer, and buy a softcover copy of an ephemeris, for dates 2000-2050. Or 2001-2050 if it's the American Ephemeris for the 21st Century by Neil Michelsen... (midnight = 0 hour, which is what most astrologers use now.
Then just look up ANY date and that's the transit. Ephemerides are calculated at Greenwich England, so the moon might be a few degrees off, but in a composite chart transit, the moon is a bit less important than in a natal chart.
If what i said isn't clear, let me know.