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. The almanac is free from interpretation, so you can practice your own astrological language skills in translating the data.
Choose your preferred start date, time zone, house system, artwork, and more to make the almanac fit your exact needs!
Each of our astrologer-artists helps you visualize the monthly transits in their own unique way. Em Wills articulates the message of the stars into colorful and informative illustrations and comics that feature the planets as cute and relatable main characters. As the planets shift, interact, and change the world, it helps to follow the story in color, so that you can reconnect to yourself as the main character in your own life.
The astrological mandalas of Dave Mockaitis map the monthly cosmic weather through sacred geometry and print culture ephemera. Each hand-crafted piece conveys a number of planetary configurations and cosmic influences through a combination of geometrically cut and pasted print images.
Adding the artwork plugin directly supports our independent artists, who set their own prices and receive 90% of the revenue. Learn more about each of our current artists on our about page.
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.
All transits in your almanac are listed in the time zone of your chosen location, so you know exactly when everything is happening. The almanac gives at-a-glance reference for mundane and natal transits, moon phases, and void-of-course moon times. Keep notes of your personal experiences and see how they correlate with celestial movements.
No need to wait until January to purchase a new planner! Start your almanac's calendar from the current month, or choose up to six months in advance. The front cover design includes your selected date range as well as the astrological glyphs of your personal Sun, Moon, and Rising signs.
Customize your almanac with transits of Chiron and the four asteroid goddesses (Ceres, Vesta, Juno, and Pallas). Both mundane and natal transits of the asteroids 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 Hellenistic plugin features lifetime graphical overviews for zodiacal releasing from all seven Hermetic Lots. Quickly reference your current positionin Levels 1 – 3 for each lot, in addition to following the detailed daily tracking for one lot of your choice.
In the Hellenistic plugin, see a more detailed look at the structure of your natal chart, with all seven Hermetic lots, the Egyptian bounds, 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.
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.
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!