The Astrology module for Cenon turns Cenon into a feature rich Astrology tool. It’s designed for precise and beautiful turn outs.
Cenon Astro has been created in the course of research into the fractal properties of time with the heroic goal of creating a fractal weather forecast.
Cenon Astro has many unique features.
- Event charts and birth charts.
- Aspect table with ecliptical mirrors.
- Display of exactness of aspects (orb) in three shades.
- Aspect Lines with exactness displayed as thickness.
- Comparison of two events in a Composite Chart.
- Display of planetary nodes and Asteroids.
- Alignment of Ascendent or ecliptic.
- Astro Clock.
- Topozentric degree scale for houses.
- Topozentric planet positions.
- Custom designed masks for charts and maps which are fully customizable.
- Astrological geographic maps:
- Creation of Astrological maps.
- Vector maps (CIA maps).
- Adoption of scanned maps – Cenon maps to everything.
- Display of AC and MC axes to planets.
- Output to printer.
- Output to plotter using the HPGL export.
- With CAM module: Production of magnificent and timeless Astrological charts and maps, for example as an inlay of wood and brass.
- Additional features:
- Comfortable event management.
- Time Zone Panel.
- Import of event data in AAF format.
- City database with currently 25,000 cities world wide.
- Accumulating Aspect Search.
- Free editing of all calculated charts and maps.
- Usage of the high precision NASA Ephemeris data based on the Swiss Ephemeris.
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