Recently I was doing a google search regarding primary directions and came across an intriguing astrology calculation program called ZET by Anatoly Zaytsev of the Ukraine. The graphics were quite impressive and informative. There is even a freeware version which you can download and play with. I took the liberty of reproducing one of the graphics from the program below. It depicts the birth planets of the famous 17th century French astrologer Jean-Baptiste Morin and shows their apparent movements along their diurnal arcs as the earth turns on its axis in the hours after his birth (the basis of primary directions).
The ZET software was unfamiliar to me until I stumbled upon this site. The graphics were so impressive that I wanted to make others aware of it. If anyone owns and uses this program, I’d love to hear about your experience with it. This program is on my “wish list” since I don’t really need another professional astrology program at this time but I’d love to have access to all the graphics features it presents.
This is Morin’s birth chart with Regiomontanus houses, which he preferred: