Transit to Secondary Conversions

(experimental functionality)

free interpretations; personalized calculation; influences sorted by importance; birth midpoints; transiting midpoints;

This report is a variation of transits used mostly by professional astrologers or advanced students of astrology. It combines progressions with transits to present an overview of daily influences. It is an experimental functionality and should be used to supplement the daily horoscope, especially for influences that you don't find in regular transits.

Progressions are a broadly used astrological predictive method. There are many versions: primary progressions move all planets every year by the movement of the Sun at birth and are called the Solar Arc progressions, or they treat each day after the birth as a year (secondary progressions) or apply these techniques backwards in time (conversions).

While the radix (the birth) horoscope tells one about the fundaments of one's life in its entirety, the direction method is more particular, aimed at a specific time. Progressions (also called directions) move the radix in time to see where it is heading. The most used application of progressions is comparing the changed radix position to the radix itself and evaluate the changes to the individual. You can see this method in our Progression Calculator.

The progressed planets and points represent the individual's current modification. That modification might not be big, it mostly depends on the time elapsed from birth and the individual setting of the birth horoscope. Therefore, transits to these objects are transits to the current modification of the birth horoscope. 

Transits to progressions are felt much like transits to radix positions, but weaker. Influences that most people feel come from slow transiting planets targeting the luminaries or horoscopic axes. On the contrary, transits to trans-uranian planets and transits from quick planets are seldom felt. Therefore we have excluded progressed Uranus, Neptune and Pluto from this report (they hardly change their position in progressions anyway) and also the transiting Moon.

For the above reasons this experimental version doesn't provide unique interpretations and instead uses interpretations for transits to radix influences (daily horoscope). If you keep in mind that these influences target your moved radix and their perception is more muted, you find them quite fitting.

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