Morinus is an easy to use astrology software that uses the Swiss ephemeris for accuracy.
This application offers a comprehensive range of functionality including antiscions (right on chart), synastry, progressions In Mundo, revolutions, syzygy and much more.
The software is cross-platform.
- Computes a horoscope with high accuracy between 5000 BC-5000 AD.
- Place database.
- Positions (Speculum).
- Misc data (Sidereal time, Obliquity of Ecliptic, …).
- 12 Housesystems.
- Showing the charts in several ways (Themes).
- Selectable Traditional Aspects.
- Almutens (acc. to the Arabs and Ibn Ezra (Points, Chart, Topical)).
- Selectable individual colors or acc. to dignities.
- Selectable fixedstars(max. 40 out of 800).
- Zodiacal Parallels.
- 30-deg Strip (Horary).
- Lot of Fortune (several types).
- Arabic Parts.
- Day/Night orb.
- Syzygy(Prenatal Lunation) (in Misc Table).
- Mundane Lot of Fortune(in Mundane Positions table).
- Planetary Hours.
- Topocentric Positions.
- Square(Medieval) Chart.
- Save to bitmap (black and white or color).
- Transits (date, month).
- Transits of the Sun.
- Secondary Directions (Apparent Solar Time, Mean-Time).
- Fixedstars, Antiscia, Lot of Fortune, Terms, Decans in the chart.
- Primary Directions(mundane, zodiacal):
- Placidian(UnderThePole) (zodiacal only, with or without latitude).
- Zodiacal only: Terms, Fixstars, syzygy (Primary Directions).
- Zodiacal Parallels (Primary Directions).
- Topocentric Positions (Primary Directions).
- Secondary Motion of the Moon (Primary Directions).
- User-point (Primary Directions).
- User2-point (Primary Directions).
- Speculum of user-point or user2-point (Primary Directions).
- Primary Keys(static, dynamic).
- Second-resolution time-stepping (Primary Directions).
- Converse Primary Directions can also be timed by regressive Sun in case of True Solar Arc.
- Available in English, Hungarian, Russian, and Spanish.
License: GNU GPL v3
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