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Some of the world's best astrologers have contributed toward the production of this software and coupled with an expertise in computer programming Janus is user-friendly par excellence. Indeed, the programming behind Janus is almost invisible and makes many options available by a left or right click of the mouse. Janus 3 is a groundbreaking programme for the New Millennium and I recommend it without reservation. Installation is simple and the manual easy to follow. It guides you through any preliminary changes you might wish to make.
The next step is to import any existing data files from earlier versions of Janus, although you can also import files from other astrological programs too. It's necessary to convert your old files.
I wasn't looking forward to doing this because I have so many categories of charts each requiring its own file. But it didn't take long. The user-defined options have been greatly enhanced, now allowing flexibility with planetary scoring, which I really appreciate. The horary screen has been improved and now offers the same 'notes' facility that is offered with the main opening screen. Before having to close the horary screen to get to the chart notes was an irritation, now happily a thing of the past.
This Horary Module is the best I've seen. Good and clear. There is a choice between apparent and true sunrise for the calculation of the planetary hour. I originally plumbed for 'apparent' but am glad of the choice. I may well change back to 'true'. This is very useful when trying to calculate old charts where the problem of no mean time arises. In those days sunrise and sunset would have been calculated largely from observation. This is a brand new module for erecting electional charts.
A fabulous tool for calculating the several charts from which to choose the most auspicious time for beginning something. The Electional and Horary modules both have an 'Autoclock'. This recalculates the chart using the clock on your computer. It has been improved with a 'nudge' facility.
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Using this, at the click of a mouse you can change the time and date increments with ease. Also, it has a graph more like a bar chart whereby you can view all of the planets, relating to a chart and see how they are dignified. As it is graphical you can see very quickly how each planet compares degree by degree with special emphasis given to those periods when a planet is peregrine. A real time saver. I am particularly impressed by the amount of information that Janus supplies on Fixed Stars.
It gives the apparent magnitude to decimal points, the constellation it belongs to, spectral class, NGC number, Right Ascension and Declination according to the chart date, star rise, setting and culminations, their Ptolemaic natures this is excellent , various sorting options and of course, interpretation. The Planetary Cycles list is very useful. It allows you to find all the planetary returns you could ever want. This is very helpful for decumbiture charts where crisis days are investigated.
These are obtained from the transiting Moon's aspects to itself in the original chart for the illness, usually a longwinded process, but here made much easier. These comprehensive Planets Positions Lists are valuable.
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Apart from anything else they give very precise positions. Improved on the earlier version so that now you can have all this information declination, latitude, azimuth, etc. This is much better than having to keep switching between screens. Although it's not a facility I use, it is worth mentioning that the Natal Report writer is very good. There are several choices. I chose a report by planets ruling houses. It delineated the Ascendant by its sign, and then delineated the ruler of the rising sign, then the ruler's house and sign placement, then aspects to it and the Ascendant.
While I am no expert but this Report Writer function is much better than those I've seen in the past. Particularly so because it allows the report to be entirely editable on screen and then printed. Now here's a real gem. This is a fully featured graphical representation of the heavens.
It has user definable options for including or excluding constellations, planets, great circles and so on. Also, it has a facility to choose a viewpoint and to allow it to replicate your own particular sky at night. Colour changes imitate day, night and twilight. You can even, by selecting 'Moonlight' watch the changes to the background colour according to the Moon's phase and elevation.
Under 'Star Info' you'll find all the astronomical information you require. The Autoclock again allows the program to run in real time and you can watch the positions change, including the Ascendant and Midheaven.
Or you can run the 'Animation' option, opt to track a particular planet and watch while it puts the whole thing into motion - fascinating. Charts can now be used in your favourite word processor very simply.
This is so very helpful when writing articles, presentations or client reports. This latest version of Janus is a big program that covers most users' needs. Most of the techniques of the major astrology schools are accommodated - this is no mean feat. The Help facility is a real plus here because it allows you to learn about other techniques you may not be sure of. The Help files are good and clear, comprehensive and there when you want them.
A while ago I was approached by Janus Software with an offer to review their Janus 3. I have been going through a particularly challenging set of transits, and kept putting it off. I had a minor problem installing it because I work on a computer with no floppy drive, but the good folks at Janus got me fixed up.
Now that I have had some time to play with it, I like what I see. What I first noticed about the program is its non-traditional, un-Windows-like interface.
The different features are laid out in easy to find button-icons. It's just nice to see something a little different for a change. The help file contains a valuable and comprehensive glossary. Also known as the dragon's tail, the South Node indicates areas of mastery, often from a previous lifetime. Aries people tend to be energetic, forceful and outgoing. They are good at getting things done, although they prefer starting to finishing.
Like the energy of the first rush of spring, they move into the world in a headstrong, pioneering way. Aries people are likely to rush into things before reflecting, and may also be impatient or unwilling to sit back and allow events to mature. More about Aries Taureans revel in the pleasures of life. They crave the security and comfort of relaxing in the warmth of their home environment.
They value the senses and the enjoyment of material things.
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Taureans are likely to work hard to make their home an attractive one. They also have the makings of a healer and have a large capacity for kindness. More about Taurus Gemini is the sign associated with communication, logical thought processes based on duality and the conscious mind. Gemini people tend to be airy and intellectual, glib of tongue and curious about life and other people. They can experience two sides of things at the same time, and may tend to be flighty. More about Gemini Cancerians are nurturing and protective of others.
Their ruling planet is the Moon, and they tend to be moody, with constantly changing emotions. Cancerians are also likely to be security-conscious and highly value their home life.
They may appear passive, and tend to rely on their feelings to make decisions.