Traditional astrology chart - Online calculator

kaktuzz

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Hello,

I'm new to traditional astrology. It's absolutely new brand of astrology for me - I just recently downloaded Morinus software and it gave me some inspiration to create free online calculator adjusted for traditional astrology:
https://horoscopes.astro-seek.com/traditional-astrology

calculator has features such as: 7 main planets; Terms; Lot of Fortune; Lot of Spirit; Whole sign houses; Firdaria periods calculator; Dodecatemoria calculator; Prenatal syzygy chart...


I attached my birth chart generated by this online calculator and I would be happy for any feedback or discussion - technical or astrological :)

Attachments - 1) Placidus houses and planet positions / 2 Whole Sign Houses / 3) Whole Sign Houses (started from Part of Fortune)
 

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JUPITERASC

Well-known member
Hello,

I'm new to traditional astrology. It's absolutely new brand of astrology for me - I just recently downloaded Morinus software and it gave me some inspiration to create free online calculator adjusted for traditional astrology:
https://horoscopes.astro-seek.com/traditional-astrology

calculator has features such as: 7 main planets; Terms; Lot of Fortune; Lot of Spirit; Whole sign houses; Firdaria periods calculator; Dodecatemoria calculator; Prenatal syzygy chart...


I attached my birth chart generated by this online calculator and I would be happy for any feedback or discussion - technical or astrological :)

Attachments - 1) Placidus houses and planet positions / 2 Whole Sign Houses / 3) Whole Sign Houses (started from Part of Fortune)
Thanks!! Members often complain that natal chart images are unclear
These natal chart images are clear
:smile:
 

kaktuzz

Well-known member
Thanks!! Members often complain that natal chart images are unclear
These natal chart images are clear
:smile:

Virgo Rising at service!:lol:

Btw. I have seen some blogs about traditional astrology displaying NO ASPECT (opposition / trine / square) in natal chart. Is it useful or essential for traditional astrology?
If yes, I could add a switch to simply turn off/on all aspects.
 

JUPITERASC

Well-known member
Virgo Rising at service!:lol:
:smile:


Btw. I have seen some blogs about traditional astrology displaying NO ASPECT
(opposition / trine / square) in natal chart.
Is it useful or essential for traditional astrology?
If yes, I could add a switch to simply turn off/on all aspects.
Traditionally, aspects are important
conjunction is technically not an aspect
because adjacent planets are close and "do not see" each other
the word aspect is based on denoting the action or a way of looking
derived from Latin aspectus, from aspicere ‘look at’
from ad- ‘to, at’ + specere ‘to look’
 

JUPITERASC

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Traditionally there are aspects by SIGN
as well as
aspects by DEGREE

and so
planets aspect other planets in SIGNS that are square, opposed, trine, sextile :smile:
as well as
aspecting other planets that are within a three degree orb
 

kaktuzz

Well-known member
Traditionally there are aspects by SIGN
as well as
aspects by DEGREE

and so
planets aspect other planets in SIGNS that are square, opposed, trine, sextile :smile:
as well as
aspecting other planets that are within a three degree orb

Thanks for clarification.

I read something about aspects by SIGN in traditional astrology and it was actually my clumsy question. So I try to ask again more specifically :)

Is it useful (meaningful?) to have possibility to turn off aspects by DEGREE in the chart (I mean aspect lines by degree)?
Maybe the aspects by SIGN are more clear/obvious without these degree lines? (just my thought)
 

JUPITERASC

Well-known member
Thanks for clarification.

I read something about aspects by SIGN in traditional astrology and it was actually my clumsy question. So I try to ask again more specifically :)

Is it useful (meaningful?) to have possibility to turn off aspects by DEGREE in the chart (I mean aspect lines by degree)?
Maybe the aspects by SIGN are more clear/obvious without these degree lines? (just my thought)
Certainly aspects by SIGN are obvious and clear
aspects by degree can seem murky when in different SIGNS
:smile:
but most astrologers are accustomed to aspects by degree
 

kaktuzz

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I turn off all the aspect lines, but that's a matter of personal preference.

Well, it's technically not a big deal ... so I added a simple button "Hide/Display aspect lines" just bellow the chart :)
 

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JUPITERASC

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Well, it's technically not a big deal
... so I added a simple button "Hide/Display aspect lines" just bellow the chart
:)
good idea, thanks
It's increasingly obvious that ancient astrologers used Sidereal measurement
wonder how big a deal it would be to add Sidereal option for chart
:smile:
 

kaktuzz

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wonder how big a deal it would be to add Sidereal option for chart
:smile:

well :D ... I think it depends on what kind of "Sideral option" is suitable for traditional astrology?

I checked some sidereal options and:

1) "True" sideral chart with different size of each constellation/sign; +including Ophiuchus constellation would be pretty big deal and it would take incredible amount of work :/

2) To take the tropical chart; keep 12 signs of the same size; and shift it by Ayanamsa should by pretty easy. If this case would be suitable?,... what calculation method of Ayanamsa should be used? Is Fagan-Bradley method ok? :)
 

JUPITERASC

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well :D ... I think it depends on what kind of "Sideral option" is suitable for traditional astrology?

I checked some sidereal options and:

1) "True" sideral chart with different size of each constellation/sign; +including Ophiuchus constellation would be pretty big deal and it would take incredible amount of work :/

2) To take the tropical chart;
keep 12 signs of the same size;
and shift it by Ayanamsa should by pretty easy.
If this case would be suitable?,...
what calculation method of Ayanamsa should be used?
Is Fagan-Bradley method ok?
:)
There are so many ayanamsa :smile:
Raman ayanamsa gets good results according to reports on other traditional threads

http://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/showpost.php?p=828371&postcount=63
so if I may
I would request Raman ayanamsa
 

kaktuzz

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There are so many ayanamsa :smile:
Raman ayanamsa gets good results according to reports on other traditional threads

http://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/showpost.php?p=828371&postcount=63
so if I may
I would request Raman ayanamsa

It's done :)
https://horoscopes.astro-seek.com/traditional-astrology

I found Raman, Lahiri and Khullar ayanamsa calculation formulas.
If someone would know by chance Fagan-Bradley formula, I could also add it. (I couldn't find this formula anywhere :/)
 

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JUPITERASC

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It's done :)
https://horoscopes.astro-seek.com/traditional-astrology

I found Raman, Lahiri and Khullar ayanamsa calculation formulas.
If someone would know by chance Fagan-Bradley formula, I could also add it. (I couldn't find this formula anywhere :/)
kaktuzz you're a star, Siriusly multiple thanks :smile:

Fagan-Bradley at 200CE 24° 44' 12"
at 1950 CE 24° 02' 28"
DELTA -00° 15' 48"
SPICA VIRGO 29° 06' 05"
ALDEBARAN TAURUS 15° 03'
GEN Sagittarius 05° 15' 48"
GC Sagittarius 02° 04'
table of the more common ayanamsas
scroll down at
http://www.lunarplanner.com/siderealastrology.html
 

kaktuzz

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:p


table of the more common ayanamsas
scroll down at http://www.lunarplanner.com/siderealastrology.html

Cool! I visited this site before and left it, because I didn't find any accurate ayanamsa formulas or equations based on particular date.
But now I see, there is a simple conversion table based on Delta difference ** according to Galactic Equator 5° or any other ayanamsa.
(and this Delta difference ** doesn't change during 50 years not even in 00:00:01'' second)

So I added several other ayanamsas - Krishnamurti, Fagan-Bradley, Takra, De Luce and Larry Ely :)
 

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JUPITERASC

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:p

Cool! I visited this site before and left it, because I didn't find any accurate ayanamsa formulas or equations based on particular date.
But now I see, there is a simple conversion table based on Delta difference ** according to Galactic Equator 5° or any other ayanamsa.
(and this Delta difference ** doesn't change during 50 years not even in 00:00:01'' second)

So I added several other ayanamsas - Krishnamurti, Fagan-Bradley, Takra, De Luce and Larry Ely :)
The site has useful information then, that's great
and thanks for providing more ayanamsa options

by the way
people often complain that they cannot identify with their natal chart
which is not surprising
because few, if any natal charts are timed with any precision
for example
your natal is timed as having taken place exactly on the half hour
and
often natal charts are timed exactly on the hour, quarter hour, half hour
clearly the times have been "rounded up" or "rounded down"
and also often there may be human error or clock error
watches, clocks may be fast or slow
or not adjusted to DST

and so
some astrologers examine the natal map to check whether
the ascendant sign, planet ruling that sign
and so on
are in fact are descriptive of the natives appearance :smile:

Time of birth demarcates the degree, DECAN and BOUNDS of Ascendant
all the other houses follow from that initial demarcation
and since ascendant degree changes every four minutes
IF time of birth is out by twenty five minutes
your ascendant may have been the preceding sign
or alternatively
if your time of birth had been later
then your ascendant may have been in a different bound


Traditionally
the first house MAIN RULERSHIPS are:

Life, vitality and health.
Stature, colour, complexion, form and shape of body.
Older sources note its influence upon the intellect, the way the mind works, and speech.

In general, the first house represents the focal point for the personality
and manner of expression.
As well as describing the physical appearance
the condition of 1st house
and that of its planetary ruler
indicates the level of personal vitality and strength

http://www.skyscript.co.uk/temples/h1.html
 

kaktuzz

Well-known member
The site has useful information then, that's great
and thanks for providing more ayanamsa options

by the way
people often complain that they cannot identify with their natal chart
which is not surprising
because few, if any natal charts are timed with any precision
for example
your natal is timed as having taken place exactly on the half hour
and
often natal charts are timed exactly on the hour, quarter hour, half hour
clearly the times have been "rounded up" or "rounded down"
and also often there may be human error or clock error
watches, clocks may be fast or slow
or not adjusted to DST

and so
some astrologers examine the natal map to check whether
the ascendant sign, planet ruling that sign
and so on
are in fact are descriptive of the natives appearance :smile:

Time of birth demarcates the degree, DECAN and BOUNDS of Ascendant
all the other houses follow from that initial demarcation
and since ascendant degree changes every four minutes
IF time of birth is out by twenty five minutes
your ascendant may have been the preceding sign
or alternatively
if your time of birth had been later
then your ascendant may have been in a different bound


Traditionally
the first house MAIN RULERSHIPS are:

Life, vitality and health.
Stature, colour, complexion, form and shape of body.
Older sources note its influence upon the intellect, the way the mind works, and speech.

In general, the first house represents the focal point for the personality
and manner of expression.
As well as describing the physical appearance
the condition of 1st house
and that of its planetary ruler
indicates the level of personal vitality and strength

http://www.skyscript.co.uk/temples/h1.html

It's good you mentioned BOUNDS (Terms) of Ascendant
(and planet ruling Ascendant sign)
I was just about to ask - I implemented Ptolemy's terms only (because these terms were first in google search results :whistling:);
but I found later, there are also other terms (Egyptian and Chaldean)
https://altairastrology.wordpress.com/2009/03/01/more-on-the-terms-or-bounds/
Do you use any of these 2 other systems?, or are they used for some reason? It shouldn't be such a problem to implement these terms into calculator, so I'm just asking.


And btw. ... I did a summary statistics on the astro.com databank birth time records.
And I found, that birth times aren't rounded mostly on hour, quarter hour or half hour ... but mostly (36%) on the hour only (AA records (!)).
History is full of very radical rounding :/
(Fortunatelly it's much better these days)


Summary statistics on the cca 15.000 AA Astro-Databank birth time records:
X:00 (5755 / 36.18%)
X:01 (60 / 0.38%)
X:02 (41 / 0.26%)
X:03 (59 / 0.37%)
X:04 (49 / 0.31%)
X:05 (302 / 1.9%)
X:06 (48 / 0.3%)
X:07 (61 / 0.38%)
X:08 (59 / 0.37%)
X:09 (34 / 0.21%)
X:10 (510 / 3.21%)
X:11 (60 / 0.38%)
X:12 (74 / 0.47%)
X:13 (58 / 0.36%)
X:14 (60 / 0.38%)
X:15 (925 / 5.81%)
X:16 (43 / 0.27%)
X:17 (66 / 0.41%)
X:18 (72 / 0.45%)
X:19 (41 / 0.26%)
X:20 (506 / 3.18%)
X:21 (77 / 0.48%)
X:22 (71 / 0.45%)
X:23 (58 / 0.36%)
X:24 (54 / 0.34%)
X:25 (329 / 2.07%)
X:26 (43 / 0.27%)
X:27 (59 / 0.37%)
X:28 (67 / 0.42%)
X:29 (47 / 0.3%)
X:30 (2418 / 15.2%)
X:31 (73 / 0.46%)
X:32 (61 / 0.38%)
X:33 (53 / 0.33%)
X:34 (59 / 0.37%)
X:35 (305 / 1.92%)
X:36 (44 / 0.28%)
X:37 (70 / 0.44%)
X:38 (70 / 0.44%)
X:39 (28 / 0.18%)
X:40 (454 / 2.85%)
X:41 (47 / 0.3%)
X:42 (73 / 0.46%)
X:43 (73 / 0.46%)
X:44 (48 / 0.3%)
X:45 (953 / 5.99%)
X:46 (63 / 0.4%)
X:47 (49 / 0.31%)
X:48 (58 / 0.36%)
X:49 (45 / 0.28%)
X:50 (393 / 2.47%)
X:51 (90 / 0.57%)
X:52 (60 / 0.38%)
X:53 (55 / 0.35%)
X:54 (38 / 0.24%)
X:55 (282 / 1.77%)
X:56 (61 / 0.38%)
X:57 (58 / 0.36%)
X:58 (70 / 0.44%)
X:59 (69 / 0.43%)
 
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Rawiri

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Most traditional astrologers use the Egyptian terms, not the Ptolemy or Chaldean ones. So you will probably want to include the Egyptian terms, yes.
 
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