Plus Graphic Ephemeris
Many astrologers find that a graphic ephemeris with visuals of
the planets' paths through the zodiac is an extremely useful tool.
Knowing this, we've added the very finest graphic ephemeris as a
Win*Star Plus 2.05 feature. With it you can create a remarkably
useful graph displaying all sorts of astrological combinations for
time spans you prescribe. This tool is loaded with features. We
provide a batch of pre-designed graphs which are ready to go --
you just provide the time span; or you can create your own ephemeris,
selecting from a wide array of possible features.
As in Time Tables, you can select any date and pop up an instant
QWheel for that date. You may find this graphic ephemeris becomes
a frequent companion as a helpful reference.
The program comes with 15 graph formats and you can create
others, name them, and save them to disk.
Choose from Win*Star's Plus 2.05 full array of planets,
asteroids, midpoints, Lilith and Uranian points.
Customize to Suit
You can select from 14 house systems, nine coordinate
systems, and either Tropical or Sidereal Zodiacs when creating an
You can decide how the graph should look -- with or without
grid lines, color choices, font size, whether to include aspect
data (transit-transit, transit-natal, or both), and more.
Any Time Span
Select time periods and start dates for graphs. This information
is also saved with your form.
Print the standard graph or output as bitmap file (for
desktop publishing, etc.).
Include a natal chart in the graph; choose from your Win*Star
Plus 2.05 Current Charts list
Select the type of ephemeris -- transit, solar arc, secondary
progressed, Naibod or degree for a year.
Click on the Time Line to get red date line and degree
line "cross-hairs" which, when moved to any position,
tell you the date and the degree of that point.
Generate ephemerides in almost any combination you can
Click on major aspects for an instant text interpretation
Click any date in the ephemeris to open a Win*Star Plus
2.05 "QWheel," instantly created for that date
Time Tables can operate outside Win*Star Plus 2.05, as
a "stand-alone" feature — saving computer resources