Search configurations from a pre-defined time interval
Within this tutorial you will learn how to use Configuration
Hunter Software for outline the configuration made by planets
in from a defined time frame.
1. Select type of analysis
2. Input Chart details
Input values for the start of the interval
Input values for the end of interval
You should also select the STEP of calculus.
Based on this values the software determines the dates from
the time interval for which it will do the search. The STEP
value it can be a pre-defined value selected from the list or
you can enter the desired number of days.
Time - local time in 24h format. For example
03:00 pm should be typed as 15:00.
Time zone: the local time zone; the time
difference between local area time and GMT. Minus (-) for
Eastern Area and plus(+) for Westearn Area.
Daylight: Yes for local winter time and
No for local summer time
3. Set up the view result options (optional
; bu default the Degree option is selected)
Degree - the results will be shown in the
absolute degree value
Zodiacal Sign - instead of absolute degree
the results will be shown using the exact position in zodiacal
Fire/Earth/Air/Water - results displayed
using the zodical sign element type
Cardinal/Fix/Mutable - results displayed
using the zodical sign cardinality
Yang/Yin - results displayed using the zodical
4. Select configurations to be searched from the Options
5. Select elements to be displayed (optional)
By pressing the + button all the elements
will be selected : Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter,
Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, North Node , Lilith, Chiron,
Phollus, Ceres, Pallas, Juno , Vesta, Ascendent, Nadir, Descendent
6. Set up orbs for aspects (optional)
7. Click UPDATE button from Advanced Options
8. Click SEARCH button
9. View results
The results grid contains the following information:
- date of the configuration
- hour of configuration
- Configuration Name
- Description : each planet or element involved into the configuration
Planets with C1 belong to the fixed chart and with C2 to the
time interval chart.
10. Save results (optional)
From the file menu you can either save the inputed values
or either the results.
There are two options for saving results: .csv and .html file
a sample of saved .html file
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