Particular Horoscope Pro
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There are so many types of horoscopes, every one may be right to you. Finding them One by one is too trouble. Particular Horoscope Pro contains various horoscopes. It is the one you want.
1. Tell you your fate according to your birthday and birth-time.
2. Forecast your career, single, couple, teen and so on.
3. Special horoscope such as food, dog, cat, green, home, beauty and so on.
4. Chinese horoscope is included.
5. Share the results with anyone by facebook, bluetooth, message.
6. Content can be read.
7. A widget is provided for you to use this app directly.
Want a try? You will love it.
There are 4 main angles in the horoscope. These are, in order of power:
First House (Ascendant – East Angle)
Tenth House (Midheaven or M.C. – South Angle)
Seventh House (Descendant – West Angle)
Fourth House (Imum Coeli or I.C. – North Angle)
The ascendant is the easternmost where the ecliptic and horizon intersect; the ascendant and the midheaven are thought the most important angles in the horoscope by the vast majority of astrologers. In most systems of house division, the ascendant is the cusp of the first house and the midheaven is the cusp of the tenth house. The placement of the planetary ruler of the ascendant, named the chart ruler is thought to be significant. The point in the west diametrically opposing the ascendant is named the descendant, normally the cusp of the seventh house; and the point opposing the M.C. is the cusp of the forth house, the northernmost point of the chart, called the imum coeli.
In creating a horoscope the ascendant is placed at the "nine o'clock" position on the left-hand side of the chart wheel. During the course of a day, because of the Earth's rotation, the entire circle of the ecliptic will pass through the ascendant and will be advanced by 1°. This movement offers us with the term rising sign, which is the sign of the zodiac rising over the eastern horizon at the moment of birth. The point on the ecliptic that is furthest above the plane of the horizon at the time is named the Midheaven, placed at the "twelve o'clock position" effectively where the Sun would be if the birth time was midday.