Each almanac is a custom-made planner and ephemeris, with transit data specific to the owner's natal chart, in addition to the mundane transits affecting us all.
Choose your preferred start date, time zone, house system, artwork, and more to make the almanac fit your exact needs!
Our first artist, Ophilia Mandara, brings to life the monthly movements of the planets through vibrant watercolor mandalas. Each month of the year features a unique painting that highlights the Sun’s primary sign of residence, encircled by the ever-changing ingresses of the other planets. This means that no two months’ artwork is the same!
Adding the artwork plugin directly supports our independent artists, who set their own prices and receive 90% of the revenue.
Now you can add transits of the four asteroid goddesses along with Chiron to your almanac! Both mundane and natal transits of Chiron, Ceres, Vesta, Juno, and Pallas are included. Quick reference tables for retrograde and direct stations of the asteroids are listed, as well as an abridged asteroid ephemeris in your time zone.
The asteroid plugin is free to add to any almanac!
Add a blank page for notes next to each weekly spread in your almanac, so you have more room for writing and doodling! This adds 26 extra pages for a 6-month almanac and 52 extra pages for a 12-month almanac.
The updated Hellenistic plugin includes bug fixes and feature refinements, along with a new appendix showing lifetime graphical overviews for zodiacal releasing from all seven Hermetic Lots. Quickly reference your current position in Levels 1 – 3 for each lot, in addition to following the detailed daily tracking for one lot of your choice.
Thank you to everyone who contributed feedback during our beta release!
The personal astrological almanac is custom-built to your natal chart preferences. Choose from the tropical or sidereal zodiac along with several options for house systems—whole signs, equal, Placidus, Porphyry, Koch, Campanus, or Regiomontanus. The natal chart also features unique visualizations, such as relative speed for each of your natal planets.
With personal and global transits together, you can look ahead to any day of the year and pinpoint which energies will be available to you. The monthly calendar gives at-a-glance reference for transits, moon phases, and void-of-course moon times, while the weekly calendar pages detail exact degrees of transits and provide space for your notes.
Each almanac contains two solar return charts—your most recently passed return and the next one coming up. Set the return charts to your natal location or to the location of your choice! In the Hellenistic plugin, solar return charts are also assessed for traditional planetary condition.
Select the almanac format that fits your needs, whether you prefer writing in a bound book or keeping your notes digitally.
Our printed almanac is available as a spiral bound, softcover notebook or a perfect bound (“paperback”) notebook. The spiral bound almanac lays flat for writing, while the paperback option has a more robust spine for standing up nicely on your bookshelf.
Both binding options are available in either Standard size (6.14 x 9.21″ / 156 x 234 mm) or Wide (7.44 x 9.68″ / 189 x 246 mm). The Standard is about the size of an average novel, and the Wide is similar in size to a composition notebook.
In the Hellenistic plugin, see a more detailed look at the structure of your natal chart, with all seven Hermetic lots, the Egyptian bounds/terms, and the Chaldean decans. In addition, each of the traditional planets is assessed for supportive and challenging conditions according to ancient techniques, giving you a quick reference to the most dignified and debilitated placements in your natal and solar return charts.
Throughout the monthly and weekly calendars, all transits to and from your annual profected timelord are highlighted, for quick scanning to the most important transits of your year. And a profections wheel listing ages 0 – 95 provides reference for past and future profected houses.
Watch Chris Brennan, Kelly Surtees, and Austin Coppock give an in-depth review of the almanac in this excerpt from the December 2019 forecast episode!