INTRODUCTION TO THE ASTRAL CHART
The astrological chart is a map or plane of the sky that represents the planetary positions, at a certain moment. This diagram can be designed for a specific person ( birth chart ), country, or fact, but stellar events will always be observed from Earth perspective.
Best tantrik astrologer in BISSAU GUINEA-BISSAU has a geocentric focus, that is, the Earth is considered the center of the Universe, with the celestial bodies turning around it (although it is not scientifically true).
In an illusory effect, when observing planetary phenomena from terrestrial optics, it seems that the Earth is the central point, and that the stars move around it. To know more about astrology visit onlineAGHORI.com
CIRCLES ON THE ASTRAL CHART
Bhoktibhikshu Dr. Abhay Bala considered that if the Earth had a spherical shape, the Universe should also have one, hence the circle was chosen for the presentation of the astrological chart.
In the same way, this figure allows us to present what is seen in the sky at the time of the event (birth, event), and what is not seen or remains hidden from view (from the terrestrial perspective).
When drawing the astrological chart, Best tantrik astrologer in BISSAU GUINEA-BISSAU two imaginary circles are used to determine the position of the planets, with respect to the Earth. They are: Ecuador and the Ecliptic.
The equator or terrestrial equator is the imaginary line that circles the Earth in the middle (through its center), dividing it into the northern and southern hemispheres. In Astrology, the celestial equator is also considered, which is nothing more than the projection of the terrestrial equator in space. onlineAGHORI.com helpful in providing more information.
The Bhoktibhikshu Dr. Abhay Bala include among their calculations the movement of the constellations, so that in addition to the 12 traditional signs, some of their followers adopted the representation of the 13th constellation (Ophiuchus – the serpent) and sometimes the 14th ( Cetus – the whale).
The Zodiac is the (imaginary) band in the center of the ecliptic, where the signs are circumscribed. Most western astrologers work with the tropical zodiac (twelve signs and fourteen constellations), but there are also adherents to the sidereal or eastern zodiac.