• Planet S/R Search
  • Planet S/R Curves
  • Planet Speedlines
  • Graphical Ephemeris
  • Astronomic Functions
  • Astro Clocks
  • Digital Ephemeris
  • comes with download enabled HLC and PLANET templates
XLPlanets has the tools you need for market astro physics, financial astrology and Gann astro. methods.
Includes: a digital ephemeris with with 50 different functions including MOF and COE; ten astrological "clocks". It can plot Planet support and resistance for single planets and planetary pairs. It has a planet support and resistance search feature an it has Astronomic functions.

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Solution Graphics

Graphical Ephemeris

There are 50 different ephemeris function available in XLPlanets. These are all accessible from the functions item on the insert drop menu.


Planet Support & Resistance Search


Planetary Support & Resistance (S/R)


When you click the planetary support and resistance icon, it takes you the data sheet and brings up the form. In addition to column where you want the output, you must specify: the planet or planet pair (in a drop boxes), the desired harmonic, trending up or trending down, a scale factor (if appropriate) and whether you want heliocentric or geocentric ephemeris. You also specify how many curves you want drawn. When you press the Calculate button the S/R Curves are automatically plotted on the chart. If you started from the Calendar day chart, the curves are nice and smooth, if you start from the trading day chart, the curves have steps where weekends and holidays occur. Calendar Day charts look better.

The program tries to position the curve based on the maximum and minimum values in the price data but invariably you will need to shift it up (or down) to get it closer to the current price action. This is easily done by pressing the arrow icons on the toolbar. Once you have a S/R curve displayed on the chart, you can easily modify it using the drop down menu selection on the tool bar. From let to right the choices are: planet (including MOF and COE), Geocentric or Heliocentric, Harmonic, Scale Factor and trending up or trending down.

The chart above shows some geocentric planetary S/R curves plotted over recent S&P500 price action on a trading day chart. Notice how price tagged the Jupiter and Mars harmonics at the recent low? See how Uranus 5th harmonic stopped the rally dead in its tracks?

Planet Speedlines


When you click on the plant speed-lines icon, you are asked to select and confirm an anchor point which is usually a major high or low.

You are then taken to the data sheet where the speedlines form is displayed. You specify, in addition to the starting column where the output will be placed, the planets you want, whether geocentric or heliocentric, trending up or trending down and any applicable scale factor. The program then automatically plots the speed-lines starting at the point you selected. The chart below shows some geocentric speed-lines plotted over the S&P 500.

Astro Clocks

planettablesplanets_tables Astro clocks are designed to quickly show where the planets are in the zodiac in reference to a user specified price or in reference to the natal chart. You can specify the date by either typing it in or by using a pop-up calendar. There are five different types of clocks. The basic positions clock shows where the planets are in the zodiac (either heliocentric or geocentric). You can put the planets on the square of nine, the hexagon chart or the circle chart and you can compare the current positions to a natal date you must specify. The picture below shows each of the clocks in heliocentric mode and its accompanying table which has the actual numeric values.

You can turn aspect calculations on or off. If you want to calculate aspects, you can specify which aspects, the orb and assign a weighting to it. The program tally's up the weights for all of the aspects that are occurring on any given day. Using aspects numeric total, you can come up with your own "Bradley" type indicator. When aspects are turned on, only aspects are shows on the accompanying table. When aspects are turned off, all numbers are shown on the table.

Another feature of the tables is animation. You can "walk forwards" (or backwards) one day at a time taking note of the aspects that occur on each day. A delay function is provided so you have enough time to look at each day otherwise (especially on a fast computer) they fly by too fast. I like to turn animation on, sit back and watch the aspect counts that will be happening over next week or two. Its amazing how often significant highs and lows in the markets are printed on high aspect count days.

Astronomic Functions