Column Chart's Companion Volume 3:
Galactic & Ecliptic Ephemerides 3500 - 500 BC for the Outer Planets.
Astrology Tables of Galactic & Ecliptic (Tropical) Positions for Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and the Lunar North Node. Listed the First of Every Month at Midnight GMT .
All Galactic & Ecliptic Positions given as Absolute Degrees (0 - 360) with Decimals.
This is Galactic & Ecliptic Geocentric Tropical Astrology tables, which can also be called ordinary Modern Western Astrology, only here for the first time reintegrated with its true Galactic dimension. A real mind-blower for Western astrologers who haven't looked into this dimension of their craft before, particularly when the Galactic and Ecliptic transits are studied in parallel. Because the Galactic & Ecliptic transits are somewhat the same, but their timing may be very different. And between those points in time is the space for that particular transit. Sometimes opening with the Galactic transit and closing with the same Ecliptic one, other times vice versa. So with only Ecliptic astrology, or only Galactic astrology, one never knows if a transit is opening or closing that space between, which has become an obsessively interesting thing to study. This new rediscovery is why I have made this series of Column Chart's Companion Ephemerides, in addition to, or perhaps more to supplant, the purely Galactic ones I made before.
So far in this series:
Galactic & Ecliptic Astrologer
Column Chart's Companion Volume 1: Galactic & Ecliptic Ephemerides 1950 - 2050 AD.
Column Chart's Companion Volume 2: Galactic & Ecliptic Ephemerides 500 BC - 2500 AD for the Outer Planets.
Column Chart's Companion Volume 3: Galactic & Ecliptic Ephemerides 3500 - 500 BC for the Outer Planets.
Morten Alexander Joramo