How to Print Your Birth Chart & Midpoints List in Less Than 5 Minutes

Printing Astrological ChartFor the benefit of those new to astrology, I’ll share how to print out your horoscope (also called natal chart) online for free.  For more advanced students, I’ll also cover how to print out your natal midpoints online.

5 Steps to Obtaining Your Birth Chart

1) Find out your time of birth, preferably from a birth certificate. You’ll also need to know the city and state of your birth.

2) Go to http://astro.com

3) Under “Free Horoscopes” choose “Horoscope Drawings & Calculations”, then “Chart Drawing, Ascendant” and go to the data entry page.

4) Complete Birth Data Entry and click Continue

5) Click on the image of your birth chart, and print it – you’re done.

4 More Steps to Printing Your Midpoints List

6) After entering your birth data as shown above, go to “Horoscope Drawings & Calculations” and then “Extended Chart Selection.”

7) Under the “Methods” section find “Chart drawing style” drop down menu (initially set to “Web default style”).  Choose “Keller style (w. midpoints)” and proceed to show the chart.

8) Toward the top left corner of your horoscope, find & click “View the additional tables (PDF)”

9) Save the PDF file and print it out.  You’ll see your natal midpoints listed in zodiacal order, and then in “90 degree order” which is useful but a little beyond the scope of this post.

With your natal chart and midpoints list in hand, you’ll be able to follow most articles in this web site as well as many astrology books.  Happy learning!

About Hiroki Niizato

Hiroki Niizato is a professional consulting astrologer in Florida, serving clients in US and abroad. He has been a practitioner of Eastern meditation path since 1997, and has been practicing astrology professionally since 2001. Hiroki is a highest honor graduate of the demanding Master’s Degree Certification Course in Astrology by Noel Tyl.

You can contact Hiroki via email at: Hiroki@hniizato.com or Phone: 727-470-4056 to ask a question or schedule a consultation.

Comments

  1. Hi!

    I find this post very useful, in the past I often used astro.com but had no idea I could get a mid-point list there.

    I also want to ask you about sharing links to some of your posts in FB, do you mind if I do so?
    I noticed there are no share buttons, so I was wondering if this is deliberate, meaning you do not want readers to share your posts in FB. Sometimes I really like a post so much that I would like to share it with my astrology friends.

    Thanks for answering.
    Carla

  2. dear Hiroki

    I followed those steps and successfully downloaded the pdf file..thanks for the tips… but I cant understand how to decode it!!,do u have any tip for that?

    warm regards

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