Visual Astrology is a way of working with the whole sky on the day you were born. Its roots lie in the very origins of astrology when the sky was mapped and the movement of stars and planets was watched for signs of change and information about births.
Whatever style of astrology you practice, psychological, traditional, Hellenistic, medieval, humanistic, Vedic, esoteric, spiritual or "other", you can place the images of the whole sky on the day of birth like a tablecloth under the horoscope. Such an underlay does not alter your horoscopic meanings but rather helps you focus them.
Visual Astrology is being used by a growing number of astrologers around the globe to enhance their delineation skills. There are now newsletters, blogs, courses, conferences and books and of course Starlight software - the software that began this thinking in astrology.
If you want to place the sky and the stars back into your astrology, then there is much you can explore and a great deal of it is FREE. We suggest you take advantage of the Visual Astrology archives where every month since January 2005, several new articles are upload which are devoted to Visual Astrology. Also a good starting point is simply keep an eye on the Visual Astrology Blog.
Below are a few simple visual examples of the how the location of a planet within a constellation does have great meaning for a person's life. If you want to order your sky map to observe where the planet were on the day of your birth then click here.