Win*Star Plus Charts

Astrology is, above all, a tool for exploring the self. The natal chart presents the astrological "picture" of each individual and its interpretation has long been the fundamental tool used to aid in describing personality.

Win*Star Plus 2.05 instantly calculates stunning, precise charts and provides interpretive text that helps you learn this language of the self.

Basic Natal Wheel
A basic Natal chart using the House Cusp Wheel with unequal houses and Aspect Lines. You can include options for True/Mean node, geocentric latitude, parallax Moon, and day/night Part of Fortune.

Biwheel with Aspects
This uses the secondary method where 1 day = 1 year. Thus the positions of the planets 22 days after birth are related to the 22nd year of the person's life.

Daily House Progressed Chart
This progressed angle method is used with secondary, tertiary, and minor progressions.

Directed Chart
Among contemporary methods of direction, solar arc [one year of life = one day of solar motion] is one of the most popular.

Degree/Year Chart
With degree-for-a-year arc directions, one degree of arc is represented for each year of life. This arc is then added to all relevant natal positions to find their directed positions.

Natal Return Wheel
This option pinpoints when a selected planet was, or will be, in the same position in the zodiac that it occupied in the natal chart.

Return Transit Wheel
The transit return (called a "Phase-Angle" return) finds the point in time a natal angle is repeated between two transiting planets.

Incremental Return Wheel
The Incremental feature calculates the return for a specified angle (rather than the conjunction).

Synastry Chart (Unequal BiWheel)
This unequal-house wheel presents aspect lines from the inner chart to the outer chart, providing for comparison analysis.

Composite Chart
This chart represents the relationship between two individuals based on their combined (composite) midpoints.

The SynGrid (Synastry Aspect Grid)
Often accompanies a synastry printout. It provides a comprehensive analysis of the planet and sensitive point aspects which exist between the two sets of chart data.

Natal Chart
This chart form reflects the Natal planet positions prior to recalculating the charts using one of the Harmonics calculation methods.

Harmonic Chart using 2nd Harmonic
WinStar lets you choose to view a harmonic chart. Options include the 2nd through 12th harmonics (plus the Golden Section, pi, and "e"). Or you can simply type a harmonic in the box.

An Arc Transform chart is a type of harmonic chart determined by the angular separation between any two planets in the chart. The way the chart is read depends upon the nature of the two planets chosen. For example, a Sun-Mars arc would be read differently than that of one calculated from the arc of Venus-Neptune or Venus-Pluto.

Natal Chart
This chart form reflects the Natal planet positions prior to recalculating the chart using the Draconic calculation method.

Draconic Chart
This chart reflects how the node (the ascending node) becomes the zero point or "draconic equinox."

Geodetic Natal Chart
This chart form reflects the Natal planet positions prior to recalculating the chart using the Geodetic calculation method.

Geodetic Chart
Charts relocated geodetically are used in mundane astrology and figure prominently in current earthquake research.

Relocated Natal Chart
This chart form reflects the Natal planet positions prior to recalculating the chart using the Relocation calculation method.

Relocated Chart
A Relocation chart showing that the zodiacal positions of the relocated planets do not differ from their original positions, but the new house cusps can differ dramatically.

Natal Chart
This chart form reflects the Natal planet positions prior to recalculating the chart using the Planet Cusp calculation method.

Planet Cusp Chart
Many astrologers use a solar chart along with a natal chart calculated with the accurate birth time, to enhance a session with a client.

 

 


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