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Yes, that's quite enough.
Here is a comparison of the accuracy of both methods. See graphs.
I have taken 20.05.1998 as the day. Sheen suffered a stroke after an overdose while using cocaine.
Here it fits this time: MC squares venus in 9 and saturn in 3. Beautiful crash. ;)
Hope this helps.

You take the solar as a basis and instead of directing with 1 degree per year with primary direction you direct with 1 degree per day.

I have tried that this morning times in Astroplus. Create a radix with the data of the solar and then daily direction.
If it depends only on AC/MC, does not go then also, roughly seen: solar duplicate - biweel old - and then click on day by day ? ???

Or tinker a transparent aspect disc and put it over the solar and continue rotate degree by degree. i mean that seriously. Is useful for many things.

I have tested for years all possible direction methods and nothing has really convinced me. Sometimes it fits, then again far and wide no release is in view.

Rhythmic releases have disappointed me less. With the solar: 30 days per house, like with Resona.

If I understand correctly, you want to see when the axes, if they are within the year where the solar is valid, hit planets and activate them.
There are daily progressions with 1 degree per day. Kühr used that with Naibod.
Morin used this for solar horoscopes with 1 degree per Day.
I think this is what you mean ?
However, I have not yet found daily directories in PD.

Planetdance for windows / Tyl-Chart-Synthesis
« on: January 25, 2022, 08:25:46 AM »
I came across the Tyl Chart Synthesis module today in my exploration of Planetdance and was simply perplexed.
The module has exactly all the methods I have been working with for the last years, except the 165 degree aspect and the sun houses.
And the crazy thing is, that I know Noel Tyl by name and also own a book by him, but I have not read it until today, for whatever reason. That's crazy.
So I'm very grateful for the module today because it makes my work easier, because I have everything in one place.
Many thanks Ed, and get well soon.

I also have some suggestions for the future ;D
on how to improve the 90 degree diagrams here, and the 45 degree diagrams in the cosmobilogy module, to make them easier to read for untrained users.
See attached graphics

Planetdance for windows / Re: Coincidings Module
« on: January 18, 2022, 06:43:34 AM »
Thanks for the very informative link to your blog.
I came across your module because I was looking for a way to examine the concurrence of multiple factors in the past. Currently it was sun conjunction Pluto in combination with Mars in Sagittarius square Neptune.
Jean later showed me the right module and helped me use it. Time-Query. I just need to learn how to use it more fully.
What you describe on your blog has always interested me. Find people with common combinations. To see where the similarities are, how the planetary forces show up. Has a bit of twin research.
The descriptions of psychological astrology were too shallow for me, those of the esoteric ones too far-fetched and those of the classical ones too fatalistic. I then found out about ebertin and the half-sums. On my search I came across Wolfgang Doebereiner (Way of Aphrodite, reverse and gap theory), where I had the feeling of having arrived through his books, but also of having to learn everything anew.
I will continue to follow your blog and continue exploring your module. Thanks for creating.
The Slow Runner(Saturn-Pluto) sign thing struck me because your search was limited to aspects and I thought you'd get more hits that way. But at the time it was out of mundane interests.
I'm not sure if it's specific to people to make clear statements.
I will use the query module for such questions.
I only do astrology as a hobby. To understand the world better, so to speak.

Planetdance for windows / Coincidings Module
« on: January 17, 2022, 09:38:10 AM »
I had a look at the coincidings module yesterday and this morning and was really impressed.
I can only advise everyone who doesn't know it yet to have a look at it. (horoscope-various-coincidings)

It finds repetitions of aspect combinations in the period 1700-2100.
e.g. sun conjunct pluto and mars square neptune, as it prevails at the moment. The results of the last 4 hits alone from 1903-1985 are already convincing and coincide with the symbolism.
It also automatically looks up the birth dates of people who have this combination in Wikipedia.
Very useful module, which I have overlooked so far.

A nice addition would be to add the slow runners in the sign.

I have attached an example as a graphic.

Planetdance for windows / Re: Time - List and Horoscope - List
« on: January 14, 2022, 08:57:49 AM »
It's very frustrating when you have a lot of ideas,
and even the possibility (thanks to Astrobasic) of making them happen,
but unfortunately you have to realize that you don't have the talent to do it. :'(
The only thing I managed to do was change the Antiscia module and create a Contra-Antiscia module.
But I only had to change one line.

Planetdance for windows / Re: Time - List and Horoscope - List
« on: January 14, 2022, 08:30:14 AM »
Yes I know that,
but with the small preview horoscopes I could quickly get an overview like with the brower.

I like these little control-click-windows,they are really great. :D

(Maybe you could use them to realise 4 radix next to each other?
That wasn't possible before because of the scaling, right?)

Planetdance for windows / Re: Time - List and Horoscope - List
« on: January 14, 2022, 06:06:26 AM »
I'm also looking forward to the addition of the asteroids for the future.
But I have another wish.
Couldn't the preview horoscopes from the calendar (control click) also be established in the time-list and horoscope-list?

The picture showed a house division in both radix.
But I thought about it again and I think it would destroy the clear design and concept of Bi-Weel-New.
So I'll continue to use the old bi-weel for partner comparisons and the new maybe for transits and progressions.

Thank you for your efforts, but if the old one stays, I'll stay with the old one.
It is a matter of habit and taste.
Rather do the new one as Lisha, Ed and others wish it to be.

I can't help but find the old Bi-Weel more fulfilling my needs.
The new one turned out nice, no question about it.
With the old one, however, I have direct access to various setting sets, I can select planets,
and the most important thing - when comparing partners, I have the houses in the second radix.
If you are toying with the idea of taking the old one out now - please leave it in. (By the way,1988 was a great year. ;D)
Thank you.

Ok, checkbox found,thats nice.
But when comparing old-new, the old is clearer for me.
I can remove planets and select aspects ... not with the new one.
Or am I still doing something wrong?
See graphics.

Ok, I can see that this is complicated.
I have experimented a little to find the best solution for myself. I'll stay with the old Bi-weel,
because I can set everything as I want via the pa-2 files. I've created several sets.
Synastry-radix-transit-progression is nice too, but there I'm missing a permanent table of aspects.
But I have one more request with the Bi-weel-new and the tri and quadweels.
It would be nice if the place of birth of the natal was the preset location for transits and progressions or a button where I can quickly choose that.

Since you are currently working on the synastry module,
could you consider adding a checkbox for selecting the planets in the bi,bi-extra, tri, quad-moduls directly in the window?
So you could quickly switch factors on and off, which is sometimes very nice.
I have attached a graphic.
Reason for my suggestion:
In another astro program I have the option of clicking on a planet with the mouse and only the planet and the factors that form aspects are displayed and everything else is faded out in pale gray.
This makes it much easier to concentrate with such an abundance of information at synastria. Especially with tri- and quadweels. 

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