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Listed below are some of the Medieval Methods in Sirius. You will find these described in more detail as you browse through the features of Sirius on this website.

Medieval Natal Report New in Version 4.0
by Öner Döşer in English and Turkish

The Medieval Natal Report by Öner Döşer is a short report that interprets the house placement of rulers of houses and the house placement of the Part of Fortune. For example, the ruler of the 3rd house in the 10th house is interpreted. These interpretations are not available in the other interpretive reports that are included with the Sirius software. This report is unique and is provided in both English and Turkish.
The Medieval Natal Report can be used as a reference tool. You can refer to get ideas about the meaning of the house placements of rulers of houses, or as a report that you email or print for a client. Oner decided very generously to include this report in the Sirius software rather than make it an optional purchase to help educate the astrological community using this technique which he specializes. This report is written from the perspective of ancient western astrology so the traditional rulers and the medieval method of calculating the Part of Fortune is used. Thank you Öner!!!

– Click here to view a English sample report.
– Click here to view a Turkish sample report.


Arabic Parts used in Ottoman Empire astrology

The list of arabic parts that you can select has been increased from 408 to 517. These are additional arabic parts used in the astrology of the Ottoman Empire and were contributed by Turkish astrologer Öner Döşer. This is convenient for astrologers who use these arabic parts as they do not need to be manually entered. When selecting a list of Arabic Parts (Zodiac Position, Name, or Planets) a new selection "Short List by Öner Döşer" is convenient for astrologers who use the Arabic Parts used in consultations by Öner Döşer.

Medieval Chart Wheels

These chart wheel styles include tables of essential dignities, sect, almutens, conjunctions to fixed stars, and other information that medieval astrologers use. There are three different default medieval wheel styles and you can customize them.


Refranation Table

This table lists when aspects were exact or will become exact or if the aspects do not become partile. This is very helpful for the horary astrologer.


Customizable Essential Dignities

There are several variations of essential dignity tables provided and you can customize the tables. You can also include all three triplicity rulers in the essential dignities table.


Hyleg, Alcochodon, Almudebit, Anareta, Temperament, Lunar Mansions, Dispositor Tables, Lilly Void of Course calculation, and Planetary Hours

Some of these features are described and samples are given in this website. If you would like to see a sample of any of these tables, let us know and we will add samples here. We are briefly summarizing some of the medieval features that are available and gradually we will add more samples of features so you can see them.


One Day AstroSignature Forecast and Electional Astrology Grpah with Classical rules.

You can pick dates based on changing planetary hours, rising signs, essential dignities etc. and see the results graphically. Also available as an option are talisman images from the Picatrix that can be used at times when the graphs peaks and a planet is at greatest strength.


One Day Electional Astrology Graph New in Version 4.0
with Talisman Images

Select from Art Gallery or from the Electional Graph and then select “Classical Electional: Planets” The resulting 28 talisman images convey the power and strength of the original descriptions given in the Picatrix! the Picatrix is an ancient book which describes 4 different images for each of the 7 traditional planets. Note that we refer to the Sun and Moon as planets, but obviously they are not planets. Each column of pictures shown below is the image of a different planet; the first column is the Sun, followed by the Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. Each of the 4 rows of images is the 4 different images in described in the Picatrix for a planet.