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Io Secondary Progressions

Secondary Progressions is undeniably the most popular predictive technique among astrologers seeking information about an individual’s development and their life path.

This interpretation module lets you produce precise progressed planetary data with the click of a button. It is a module  that lets you become the master of Secondary Progressions and opens a revealing window on the future

Be the master of Secondary Progressions

In addition to a comprehensive list of key planetary influences for the period you define, this program gives you detailed interpretation of those energies; when they begin, a description of their impact on the natal chart, and when their influence fades.

Provides clearly written advice on how best to use these energies to the greatest advantage is what makes this Secondary Progressions program an essential tool for any astrologer.

The knowledge gained by Progressing a natal chart allows an individual to take greater control of the direction of their life, and to make decisions that will impact the present and help to create positive outcomes through the years ahead. Each report  provides the reader with  a way to lay the proper foundation  for a personal future of success and fulfilment.

The choices you make can be well informed after reading the observations contained in just a few pages of a Secondary Progressions report.

An optional Introduction to Secondary Progressions can be included in the reports you produce.

What Are Secondary Progressions?

Secondary Progressions are calculated for any given point in time, based upon the individual natal chart, with the idea that the motion of a planet over the course of one day in the heavens represents one year in a person’s life. Progressions represent what’s happening within, and symbolize the process of gradual unfolding of the Self. Much like the blossoming of a flower, progressions illustrate periods of specific personal growth.

In some instances, you will see external manifestations of the secondary progressed cycles. This is especially seen with the motion of the secondary progressed Moon. Of course, the Moon moves much more quickly than the planets, and signifies periods of shorter duration. The slow-moving planets — Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto — do not progress more than a few degrees within a normal lifetime. This report emphasizes the cycles of the Progressed Sun, Moon, and personal planets Mercury, Venus and Mars.