Column Chart's Companion Volume 1: Galactic & Ecliptic Ephemerides 1950 - 2050 AD.
Not so long ago I finally took the time to make a table which had been brewing in me for years. Originally the thought had been to write down the time of the different transits around the edges of circular birth charts. Both Galactic and Ecliptic ones. But that would be more tricky both to read and write than Column Charts, which is what the idea turned into. Parallel Galactic and Ecliptic Columns of chart positions, symmetrically flanked by Galactic and Ecliptic transit times, so that both can be viewed at the same time.
After that my only regrets were that I hadn't done this years ago, and that the Galactic Ephemerides I had already made were not Galactic & Ecliptic ones.
Then again, as we learn from astrology, everything has its time. And as Galactic Saturn is presently passing the Galactic Center, it seems the time has come for this Galactic Geocentric Astrology to be presented in a new fashion, namely as both Galactic & Ecliptic. The two systems together have turned out to yield far more insight than twice that of any of them on their own, because of the way they actually work together. Something which also created the need for Galactic & Ecliptic Ephemerides where both kinds of positions can be accessed in one place.
So, to be specific, this is Galactic & Ecliptic Geocentric Tropical Western Astrology, or ordinary astrology reintegrated with its long lost Galactic dimension. The latter done perfectly in line with ancient time-honored astrological principles.
For an old seasoned professional astrologer like me, I must say I have never encountered any new technique or method which has blown me so completely away as this dynamite Galactic & Ecliptic combination. And I am very proud to present this new Galactic & Ecliptic Ephemerides 1950 - 2050 AD. It contains positions for Sun, Moon, (+ Moon at Noon), Mercury, Venus, and Mars Every Day at Midnight GMT, as well as positions for Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and the Lunar North Node for the First of Every Month at Midnight GMT, all as Absolute Degrees (0 - 360) with Decimals. This to make it a perfect Column Charts' Companion, with an Introduction of MAJoramo's Column Charts in the first part of the book. But it can of course also be used separately as either a Galactic, or an ordinary Western astrological ephemeris, if that should be desired.
Anyone who can read ordinary Western astrology can also read these Column Charts. If you do, you may well be in for the beginning of a quantum leap in your understanding of yourself and your clients, as you explore this new Galactic-Ecliptic perspective on your charts.
Morten Alexander Joramo