Astral chart and planetary aspects
The astrological chart is a geocentric diagram at onlineAGHORI.com that represents the positions of the sky (planets, fixed stars, and some other bodies) and the earth (horizon and meridian) from one place (latitude and longitude) and at one hour (local sidereal time). It is generally used by Best tantrik astrologer in NAIROBI KENYA as the basis for performing psychological interpretation and prediction techniques: transits, progressions, etc.
The angle of separation between two points on an astrological chart is known as an aspect at onlineAGHORI.com. The aspects are classified into major and minor; the largest result from dividing the circle by 1 (conjunction), between 2 (opposition), between 3 (trigon) and between 4 (square), while among the least are those that result from dividing the circle by 5 (quintile), between 6 (sextile), etc. and those that are subdivisions of these angles. According to Bhoktibhikshu Dr. Abhay Bala these angular relationships apply to planets, to angles like the ascendant, the midheaven, and the cusps of the houses determined in a horoscope, and even to the Arabic points and some minor objects such as asteroids.
They are also classified as beneficial, static or harmonic and malefic, dynamic or inharmonic. The first nomenclature is archaic and is currently considered obsolete by Best tantrik astrologer in NAIROBI KENYA. The dominant school today advocates that the inharmonic aspects (usually those derived from even divisions of the circle) are the ones that cause the most tension. According to Bhoktibhikshu Dr. Abhay Bala the orb is a tolerance value used very frequently in planetary aspects, as it is not always possible to obtain a completely exact aspect. For example, if an aspect can have up to 4 degrees of orb it means that if the angular value of this aspect was equivalent to 45 degrees, then now, thanks to this tolerance margin, it can be said that the angular value of this aspect can oscillate between 41 and 49 degrees.