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Planetdance for windows / Re: solar/lunar draconic
« on: Today at 07:46:08 AM »
Hi - I have implemented converse transits in the Diurnal Horoscope module:

Horoscope-Progression-Diurnal Horoscope: v.2.15 - now includes diurnal converse transits

Thanks. Ed

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Planetdance for windows / Diurnal Horoscope Module
« on: Today at 07:43:09 AM »
Hi there - the new version of Diurnal Horoscope includes the option to calculate the converse diurnal horoscope. This is calculated for the date before the birth that corresponds to the difference in time between the date of birth and the date chosen for the direct transit calculation. So, for example, a date 1000 days after the birth will correspond to a date 1000 days before the birth.

Horoscope-Progression-Diurnal Horoscope: v.2.15 - now includes diurnal converse transits

From the Help:

Direct Diurnal Horoscope: using the direct option this module calculates an individual horoscope for the day, based on the time and place of birth. The time used is GMT, irrespective of the place of birth.

This ensures that the chart is calculated consistently for any day chosen. The default date of calculation is today. However users can change the date for any preferred option. The chart is calculated by clicking 'Go'.

Once the chart for the selected day has been calculated, the diurnal horoscope can be advanced or regressed one day at a time, using the same birthtime, using the +/- day buttons in the toolbar.

Converse Diurnal Horoscope (Converse Transits): this option calculates an individual horoscope for converse transits using the chosen date, based on the time and place of birth. The time used is GMT, irrespective of the place of birth. This ensures that the chart is calculated consistently for any day chosen.

The converse transit date is the difference between the chosen date and the birth date, subtracted from the birth date. So, for example, the converse transits for a date 1000 days after the birthdate will be calculated for 1000 days before the birthdate.

The default date of calculation is for today. However users can change the date for any preferred option. The chart is calculated by clicking 'Go' or the Calculate button.

Once the chart for the selected day has been calculated, the transit can be advanced or regressed one day at a time, using the same birthtime, using the +/- day buttons in the toolbar.

For further information see:

http://aliceportman.com/diurnal-daily-charts
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ou5zkoJoVyI

Vera Pompeii (1995) The Diurnal Horoscope. In An Astrological Anthology. Volume One: 1959-1970. Selected and arranged by Zach Matthews. The Astrological Association, London. (Originally published The Astrological Journal, vol. 8, no. 4, p. 38).

https://www.astro.com/astrowiki/en/Converse_Transit

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Extension Scripts / Re: Sedgwick's Heliocentric Astrology
« on: December 09, 2022, 09:43:56 PM »
Thanks Roberto - I hope you enjoy the module. If you have any feedback let me know.

Best wishes. Ed

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Classic, Medieval, Vedic / Re: Direktion of Sun and Moon
« on: December 09, 2022, 08:07:28 AM »
Hi Glikeria - I can change this. It would make sense to remove the Sun and Moon from this element of the scoring. Ed

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Classic, Medieval, Vedic / Re: Planetary Scores Analysis
« on: December 09, 2022, 08:06:48 AM »
Hi Glikeria - that's fine, I will do this for you over the weekend. Good suggestion. Ed

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Extension Scripts / Re: Sedgwick's Heliocentric Astrology
« on: December 07, 2022, 04:54:21 PM »
Hi Jean and Roberto - the script in the first post is always the most recent version so it should v.1.51. I've amended the post to make this clearer.

At this stage Jean I would like to keep this one as an extension script on the forum, rather than incorporated into the main release.

Thanks both. Ed

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Hi - this will be released in the next day or two. Let me know how you get on with the update. Ed

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Good work Jean - thanks for tracking this one down. Ed

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Planetdance in Action! / Re: NFL - 2022-2023 Season - Predictions
« on: December 01, 2022, 09:08:58 PM »
Hi there - thanks for getting in touch. Unfortunately I've been very busy and haven't been able to devote much time to the predictions. I'm still keeping an eye on the NFL so if have time will try some predictions in the second part of the season.

The Broncos look bust! The Packers too! But the Eagles are a real surprise - do you think they can get another SB?

Ed

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Astrobasic / Re: anglestring()
« on: November 26, 2022, 12:53:37 PM »
It's worked anyway!

 :)

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Astrobasic / Re: anglestring()
« on: November 26, 2022, 12:39:43 PM »
Thanks ever so much Jean - all good. It seems fine to me on the anglestring.ab code above.

Will continue to test but it looks like you've solved the issue.

What was the resolution?

Ed

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Astrobasic / Re: anglestring()
« on: November 26, 2022, 08:36:24 AM »
Thanks Jean - much appreciated. There's no rush, it's just an odd one. Ed

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Astrobasic / anglestring()
« on: November 26, 2022, 07:53:04 AM »
Hi Jean - I'm struggling with the anglestring() function. This test code shows the problem. You can also see in the graphics. The string for the Moon's position, when at the 'noon' position, does not appear alongside the other positions. It seems that the radius element of the function might have a bug when planets are in this angular position. It might be me alternatively, but I can't see where the code is wrong.

anglestring

Syntax anglestring(int mx, int my, int angle, int radius, char string[$]);

Action: displays the string 'string' from middle mx, my at angle 'angle' and radius 'radius'.

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window(0, 0);
menu(0, "Close", close);

real testAngle[9] = { 25, 270, 275, 265, 48, 110, 199, 230, 18};
int indexAngle[9], i, x, y;
char s[99];

@go;
run;

:go;
  visible(0);
  fill(0, 0, width, height, -2);
 
  sortplanets(testAngle, indexAngle, 4, 0);
 
  i = 0; for (i < 9){
 
    putplanet(450, 500 + i * 20, i);
    putrealnumber(500, 500 + i * 20, testAngle, 4);
    putnumber(600, 500 + i * 20, indexAngle);
   
    getcirclepos(width * .725 - width * .0025, height * .5 - width * .0025, height * .39, 180 - indexAngle, x, y);
    putplanet(x, y, i);
   
    ` angle
    strset(s, "%2a", testAngle);
   
    ` pushes string out of window
    ` anglestring(width * .725, height * .5, 180 - indexAngle, height * .45, s);}
   
    ` brings string into window
    anglestring(width * .725, height * .5, 180 - indexAngle, height * .35, s);}
   
   
  visible(1);
  return;

:close;
  quit;


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Thanks for this suggestion. I have implemented this for you and will testing over the next few days. I hope that Jean will be able to release the update later in the weekend.

Thanks for your kind words about the software. I'm glad that you enjoy using it.

Ed

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Classic, Medieval, Vedic / Re: Hellenistic Lots Listing - new module
« on: November 21, 2022, 05:59:08 PM »
Hi - this module is just about to be updated.

Horoscope-Classical-Hellenistic Lots Listing: v.3.02 - now includes sort by longitude, bugs fixed, calculations checked

Thanks. Ed

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