Understanding how AstroConnexions displays Eclipses positions, values and aspects to their positions

Note that eclipses are calculated at the time of the maximum eclipse, not the exact lunar phase. All times shown are UT. The only exception to this is when an Eclipse chart for the exact lunar phase is saved. However, the eclipse glyphs are still shown at the time of the max eclipse.

Saving an Eclipse Chart

AC considers three types of charts with respect to eclipse

  1. Natal/Radix charts

  2. Other single-wheel charts

  3. Bi-wheels. Note that bi-wheels always use a natal/radix chart

Note Eclipse Search is only available for Natal/Radix charts and bi-wheels
Eclipse aspect data is not available for composite charts. The individual charts should be examined for this data.

 

 

The Natal Chart

Eclipse Settings. Major aspects with an orb of 1 degree has been selected

 

Eclipse Settings

Eclipse Settings

 

Solar and Lunar Positions, before and after the Natal date of July 1946

 

Solar and Lunar positions before and after the natal date

Solar and Lunar positions before and after the natal date

 

Eclipse aspects before and after the Natal date of July 1946

 

Eclipse aspects before and after the Natal date

Eclipse aspects before and after the Natal date

Eclipse search for aspects to the Natal chart, for the period 1999 to 2017

 

Eclipse search for aspects to the Natal chart

Eclipse search for aspects to the Natal chart

 

Natal Chart Full Landscape View #2 showing eclipse positions and aspects to natal planets and points

 

Natal Chart View #2

Natal Chart View #2

Other single-wheel charts

Solar and Lunar positions before and after the progressed date – August 10th 2017, with aspects for the same period

 

Solar and Lunar positions before and after the progressed date

Solar and Lunar positions before and after the progressed date

 

A warning message is displayed if the current chart is not a natal chart when tapping the search button (top right)

 

Warning when tapping Search button

Warning when tapping Search button

 

Secondary progressed single-wheel chart View #2 showing Eclipse positions and aspects for August 2017/2018 ie around the date of the progression

 

Secondary progressed single-wheel chart View #2.

Secondary progressed single-wheel chart View #2.

 

Bi-wheels

Note that bi-wheels always use a natal/radix charts

Eclipse positions and aspects for secondary progression bi-wheel – aspects are to the to the natal chart

 

Eclipse positions and aspects for secondary progression bi-wheel

Eclipse positions and aspects for secondary progression bi-wheel

Eclipse search for aspects to the Natal chart

 

Eclipse search for aspects to the Natal chart

Eclipse search for aspects to the Natal chart

Secondary progressed bi-wheel chart View #2, showing the nearest Eclipse positions for the years 2007/2018 and aspects to the Natal chart around the chart date

 

Secondary progressed bi-wheel chart View #2

Secondary progressed bi-wheel chart View #2

 

Note that the eclipse positions for the secondary progress date of August 2017 for the single-wheel and the bi-wheel are the same. What is different is the aspects. Aspects to the secondary progressed single-wheel chart are to the planetary and positions therein, whilst the aspects to the secondary progressed bi-wheel are to the natal positions.

Eclipse Positions in the displayed charts

Eclipse positions in the charts are the ones nearest to the date of the chart

 

 

in Eclipse
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