Free Birth Charts Anytime at Alabe.com
Computerized Natal Mini-Horoscopes, For Real
Www.alabe com is "Home of the Free Birthchart Page." Yes, online you can get a genuine free natal horoscope. It's your real chart, along with a not-bad computerized "mini-reading" of your planets and sign, and it is not a con or a ripoff.
Alabe.com's homepage displays a wheel chart with the "current astral weather" – where the Sun, Moon and planets currently are in the sky above Alabe's home at Brewster, Massachusetts. Beneath that wheel is the link to get your own free birth chart.
Read the instructions before entering accurate and specific information about your (or someone else's) birth date, birthplace and birth time. If you don’t know the exact time and Mom can’t tell you, enter 6:00 a.m. for a default "sunrise" chart. Click for your printable view of your natal horoscope chart -- a map of the sky at your birth, shaped like a pie cut into twelve pieces. These are the twelve “houses,” studded with planets. Scroll down for the computerized "mini-reading" describing what your natal planetary placements mean. At last you will know what it means to have Mercury in Capricorn or Venus in Virgo!
This isn’t a full natal horoscope, just a good start, and free. Although the charts are attractive, the site itself is serious plain-jane. Don't let that stop you. Just thank Alabe.com for offering this service.
If you really like your "mini-reading," Alabe.com offers a detailed 30-page version for $25, or a one-year forecast of planetary transits and progressions for $35. They also sell "relationship" readings, “Asteroid Goddess” readings, and many others, plus numerology reports, with computerized interpretations originally written by well-known astrologers. They sell books mostly for astrologers (fixed stars, anyone?), and have for download the advanced astrological calculation software called Solar Fire ($360) used by professionals. Note: Solar Fire is not gameware. It will not spout fun readings for parties. A dabbler or casual horoscope fan would not know the first thing to do with it. If you do own Solar Fire, Alabe.com hosts a Facebook discussion page for that program.
"Alabe" is short for "astrolabe," an early, analog form of computer used for astronomical calculations and introduced to the Western world about the year 800 A.D. by its Islamic inventors.
Enjoy your freebie natal chart. And if you really, really love your chart, Alabe.com sells a custom-made "StarDate Pendant," 18-karat gold engraved with glyphs of your natal planets and their signs, for $395.