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General Astrology Topics / Re: Converse Solar Returns
« on: May 21, 2024, 07:24:13 PM »
I just came here to ask the same question as OP, and the - technique works. Thanks Vol2  ;D

I still can't figure out how to do converse transits though, if anybody could help with that?

Planetdance for windows / Re: Issue with latest update
« on: January 24, 2024, 07:42:28 PM »
Yes, it's okay now Jean. Thank you.

Planetdance for windows / Issue with latest update
« on: January 24, 2024, 07:22:24 PM »
I've just downloaded the latest update and this has happened. I've been trying to rectify it in settings, but I can't figure out how.

Usually, the aspect table is in the bottom left-hand corner. I don't know how to move it back down.
I usually have all the planet's degree positions in a row at the left-hand side of the wheel with their declinations. But now they are not there.
And what happened to the top right where the coordinates are? What are the two rows underneath, they are not usually there and I don't even know what they mean.

I feel like the download has glitched or something and not downloaded properly. I have done a 2nd update to see if that helped but it's still the same.


What is the size of your screen?

Pic is on a 1920x1080 screen, that's what we design for.

The screen size mine is set at is 1600x900 and thats the highest it will go.
I'll just have to look at the last 3 rows manually. It was mainly for a quick analysis of the declinations.
Thanks Jean.

Planetdance for windows / Bi wheel extra not showing full aspect table
« on: January 07, 2024, 08:24:03 PM »
The table does not show the bottom 3 rows for Lilith, Asc, Mc.

Is there a way I can move the table up in settings?

Planetdance for windows / Re: Midpoints applying and seperating?
« on: January 05, 2024, 12:51:14 PM »
Hi Lisha - what I could do is add a symbol to show direction of planet. So for example:

Lower longitude

> - (planet applying direct to midpoint)
< - (planet separating retrograde from midpoint)

Higher longitude

> + (planet separating direct from midpoint)
< + (planet applying retrograde to midpoint)

Would that be helpful.

Yes, this would be very helpful.Thanks Ed.

Planetdance for windows / Re: Midpoints applying and seperating?
« on: January 05, 2024, 12:49:53 PM »
Hi Lisha - I can take a look at it, but would need the birthdata - just date, time place, and then I recreate the chart.

Thanks. Ed

Sorry for delay.
3rd Jan 2024. 20.49pm. Nuneaton.Uk

Planetdance for windows / Re: Midpoints applying and seperating?
« on: January 04, 2024, 02:45:48 PM »
Hi Lisha and Jean - I think you can do this by sorting the midpoints in longitude order. I'm sure this is how I did it in the cosmobiology module. Have a look at Horoscope-Extra-Cosmobiology. See screenshot attached. Ed

Thanks Ed this has helped. It has also helped by triggering an idea of another way I could calculate which ones are separating and applying using the cosmobiology module.

Looking at the midpoints I've shared as an example:
Merc square Moon/Asc 0001, I wasn't sure if this was applying or separating. In the cosmobiology module I can see that the Moon/Asc midpoint is 2224 Virgo and Mercury in the chart was at 2224 Sagittarius. So this was exact (-1" out) placing the (now separating) configuration at the top.
The Merc square Moon/Saturn midpoint underneath at 0042. The Moon/Saturn midpoint is at 2143 Sagittarius and Mercury at 2224 Sagittarius which equals at 41" separating difference (-1" out again?).

And the midpoint trees also shows the same with the separating at the top (-) and applying moving down (+).

Planetdance for windows / Re: Midpoints applying and seperating?
« on: January 03, 2024, 10:52:38 PM »
Oh, Jean, I hope I'm not giving you a lot of work to do for such a minor query  :-\

But this query has bothered me for some time and I can't work it out myself. But I do really appreciate you looking into this for me.

And Happy New Year to you and the Planetdance team you're amazing  :)

Planetdance for windows / Midpoints applying and seperating?
« on: January 03, 2024, 10:06:38 PM »
How do I know which midpoints are still applying and which ones have already separated?

The midpoints attached as an example, the Merc square Moon/Asc midpoint is very close but is that separating or applying?

Planetdance for windows / Re: Converse Lunar return
« on: May 26, 2023, 02:01:00 PM »
Hi Lisha - I wonder how you are getting on with this. I'm intrigued to find out how this is working out!

Best wishes. Ed

Sorry for the late reply Ed. I think it is working but I don't know how it's working.

I'm getting my lunar return date > i use this date for the diurnal converse > take note of the diurnal converse date > go to Horoscope - List > change location if needed and only have Transit and Radical Moon and conjunction aspect ticked > I then input my diurnal converse date > click GO > and it's the top one that comes up I always select

For example, i came across this post online today so i was testing it out...

"Birth Data September 4th 1984 Kingsville, Texas-11:44 pm
This is during the time I met my ex-fiance, I use it because it's very important to me, and the subject is very narrow, romance, partnering up etc.
My Converse return for September 2002, corresponds to September 4th 1966, Natal Venus is exactly rising, Moon and Neptune are conjunct the nodes, obviously forming an opposition."

Using the birth data, and using the method I've been using, I've got a different date for the September Converse return. But it still seems very apt, and it could even be that my method is more accurate. She met her (now ex) boyfriend in Sept 2002. In my chart, there is Neptune/NN/Mercury all at exact degrees, with Mercury on the midpoint.

Planetdance for windows / Re: Converse Lunar return
« on: March 15, 2023, 11:43:15 AM »
Thanks Ed. From your helpful reply, I think I've finally cracked the code  ;D

So what I'm going to do is, say I have a lunar return that has a starting date of 4th June 2023, I can then enter the date of 4th June 2023 into the converse diurnal to get the pre-natal date, which would be 12th June 1981. I can then go to horoscope - list to enter the prenatal date of 12th June 1981, which will then give me the nearest pre-natal lunar. to the regular lunar.

I'll then use them both simultaneously when looking at a monthly prediction because really time is not linear.

Planetdance for windows / Re: Converse Lunar return
« on: March 14, 2023, 07:14:26 PM »
Yes I was aware of this option, so do you think with regards to the converse diurnal ....say I have a lunar return chart for the starting date 3rd of March, and i pulled up that diurnal converse chart for that date. Would that also be valid for looking at it as a lunar return chart?
I hope I'm making sense here  :o

Planetdance for windows / Re: Converse Lunar return
« on: March 14, 2023, 11:37:57 AM »
Yes, that's what they are, your prenatal transits. They do seem a tad far-fetched but they do surprisingly show to be very significant.

When I was looking into this in the past, in my notebook I've written down that in Robin Williams's Lunar converse when he died had pluto exactly conjunct the IC square the asc. And the converse asc was square his natal 8h Mars/Uranus. This wasn't shown in his direct lunar chart

Planetdance for windows / Re: Converse Lunar return
« on: March 14, 2023, 11:11:24 AM »
Thanks, Aber, I'll try it this way. So if I'm understanding this correctly if I'm born in 1978 and want to look at a December 2018 chart, I would start it from 1938 in the start search box. But then my question is would I select December or do the months go backwards too?

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