it’s all in the software… Here’s how it is done:
Firstly we need a clock timed event: here is an example –
What the computer does is that it takes the natal wheel of the person we are going to discuss and aligns that chart to the same ascendant point (as the timed event) ie 17 degrees Virgo 03“.
When the two charts are put together – they therefore have the same ‘starting point’, the ascendant.
The planets from the natal chart remain in the same position against the zodiac as when the child was born. It is the planetary configuration that lines up when we generate a bi-wheel
The inner chart is exactly the event chart as above and the outer chart is the natal chart rotated to align at the same ascendant.
I’ll explain it one more way:
- Create a chart of a clock-timed event (a snapshot of the heavens at the time a vehicle drove out the driveway). note the ascendant is at 17 degrees Virgo 03″.
- Create a natal chart (larger size than the first one) for a person of interest or a victim (a snapshot of the heavens at noon on the day they were born). Their ascendant/rising sign is not likely to be at 17 degrees Virgo so let’s say for arguments sake it is 00 degrees Aquarius.
- Rotate this chart until the ascendant is at 17 degrees Virgo 03″ ignoring the original Aquarius ascendant point.
- Cut a hole in the middle of this 2nd chart and insert the 1st chart. You will then have a bi-wheel.
The computer software does this for me.
We could of course make two charts and lay them side by side and compare them, however the genius of software means that we get the tension aspects between the two charts jumping off the page.