Your Birth Chart

and Daily Horoscope

About the Astrologer


This interactive Astrologer app will instantly cast and interpret the birth chart (natal horoscope) for any person born after 1900. You can also compute charts for significant events such as weddings, meetings, product launches, or travel.


You will need to know the date and place and, for maximum accuracy, the exact local (clock) time of the birth or other event. If you do not know the exact time, you can select a range.


The app will automatically correct for daylight saving time if needed. You do not need to make this correction yourself.


Simply enter your birth details, and choose "Astrology Report" for your FREE birth chart, or "Daily Forecast" for your FREE personalized daily horoscope. If you do not wish to enter your real name, you can use initials or an alias.

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Your Birth Chart or Forecast, will be shown instantly, together with interpretation of the various astrological elements.


By clicking the Database button, you can store your details in your browser and retrieve them later.


You do not need to sign up to use the free services offered by the Astrologer. However, if you open an Astrologer account, your information will also be stored in the Astrologer's web server. This way, you will be able to retrieve your data on any computer or mobile app.

How Charts are Interpreted

A birth chart allows a detailed astrological analysis of your temperament and character.


Astrological interpretation is a complex process, based on examining the exact positions of important astrological elements.


These include:

  • The planets - astrologically, these include the Sun and Moon.

  • The Ascendant (AC) - the zodiac degree that is rising on the horizon.

  • The Midheaven (MC) - the highest point of the Sun's path.

  • The Moon's Nodes (North and South) - the two points of intersection between the apparent paths of the Sun and Moon.

  • The Part of Fortune - calculated from the relative positions of the Sun, Moon, and Ascendant.

  • Certain major asteroids.


Due to the rotation of the Earth, the zodiac signs occupy different areas of sky, depending on the exact time and location of the birth or other event.


Traditionally, 12 regions (or 'houses') of sky above and below the horizons are recognized, although there are different ways in which these regions are determined. Each house is believed to signify a different area of human concern.


As well as the zodiac and house position of each astrological element, it is also important to consider the angles (or 'aspects') between the various elements. Certain aspects are believed to be fortunate, while others can indicate misfortune.

Birth Chart (Example)

Chart Interpretation

Key to Astrological Symbols

Chart Interpretation