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Compare Your Birth Chart in Multiple House Systems

Compare Your Birth Chart in Multiple House Systems


This free house systems calculator lets you compare your birth chart planets in different house systems. For example, you probably know which houses your birth planets are in using the Placidus house system, but how about in the Equal House system? Or the Campanus House system? Here, you’ll see a “Planets and Points House Positions By House System” table which tells you the house number that each of your planets is in, for multiple house systems. You’ll also see a House Cusps table that lists the exact degrees of your house cusps in multiple house systems. The 12 house systems that will be calculated are Alcabitius, Campanus, Equal, Koch, Meridian (axial rotation system), Morinus, Placidus, Porphyry, Regiomontanus, Topocentric (Polich/Page), Vehlow, and Whole Sign.

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16 comments on “Compare Your Birth Chart in Multiple House Systems”

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  1. Hi there. Curious what my chart shows for family conditions/environment during early formative years.
    Thank you

  2. Vladimir on said:

    I was born in Moscow, Russia and I am not seeing it in the options when I type in ‘Moscow’. Does this website not include other countries besides US and Canada?

  3. Would be great if there is an option to use sidereal zodiac. Thank you.

  4. HELEN HENDON on said:


  5. Stephanie Dentone on said:

    Thank you so much for this information,
    How then be accurate with those influences? Does it mean that we have 2 or 3 different houses to work on for each planet and sign?

  6. Thank you for providing such an interesting and useful tool. :-)

  7. Alexandra on said:

    Which one is right??? Haha that’s what I wanna know. Thank you!

  8. Aidan Walsh on said:

    The accuracy of chart interpretation should not be thought of in terms of the house system but the personal perspective and unconscious understanding of the symbolism as used by the Astrologer. This can only be tested out in practice and with deep personal self-knowledge and awareness on the part of the interpreter. Self-observation of the Astrologer’s own life and recognition of how the planetary signification plays out through direct experience are the source of the vocabulary drawn from and with which the Astrologer can then read for others. The Astrologer should make use of many different systems initially to discover which one method or system resonates most with his/her unique perspective. Whether one system is correct or not is really just a fallacy. It’s the Astrologer who has the ability to discern accurately truth from fantasy.

  9. Aditya Grover on said:

    Thank you for this comparison!

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