by Stefan Stenudd


Famous Horoscopes

Readings of Complete Horoscope Charts

Complete horoscope chart.

The foremost instrument of astrology is the horoscope. The word is Greek and simply means "picture of the hour", i.e. picture of the sky at the hour in question, for example the birth of someone or something. Here are some celebrity horoscopes and their readings, both for entertainment and for learning how astrology works.


Your Health in Your Horoscope. Book by Stefan Stenudd.

Your Health in Your Horoscope

This book by Stefan Stenudd explains what your horoscope says about your health, according to the old tradition of medical astrology. The book contains a quick introduction to astrology, as well, and instructions on how to read a birth chart in general. Click the image to see the book (and Kindle ebook) at Amazon (paid link).

Famous Horoscopes

Here are links to horoscope readings of some celebrities. I will add more eventually, so please come back.

Ancient Astrology

Western astrology is rooted in Tetrabiblos, the astrological classic by the Greek astronomer Ptolemy (Ptolemaios), c.90-168 AD. Astrology was wide-spread long before his time. The oldest proof of astrological thinking is Mesopotamian, from about 2400 BC, in the writing of king Sargon the Old, who mainly commented on the relation between human (mostly royal) life and the sun and moon. For example:

       If the moon is visible on the first day of the month, then the country will be peaceful and its heart will delight. If the moon is surrounded by a halo, the king will rule solely.

       If the sun when it sets is twice its normal size, and three of its rays are bluish, then the country has lost its king.

       Astrology is also ancient in other cultures of the world. It is hard to find a culture where there is no fragment of astrological thinking, dating back to ancient times. It is easy to understand why, considering the world of ancient man. We have to be aware of the marvel of the world, as it was perceived by prehistoric man: celestial phenomena were mysterious and spectacular, needing to be explained in metaphysical terms. A solstice, a comet, the phases of the moon, the movement of the visible planets as opposed to the fixed stars — what could be their reason and meaning, prehistoric man wondered.

       Surely, it is out of this bewilderment that astrology was born.

       To ancient man, everything in the world had to be connected. There was one world, with man in the middle of it. The stars had to relate to man, or they just would not be there. The nature of the heavenly bodies was usually described in divine terms — they represented gods of one kind or other, or they were in some other way marks of divine influence. Therefore, it was reasonable that the stars and their movements should reveal something about the schemes of the gods.

The horoscope

The movement of the heavenly bodies was followed daily, already in antiquity. The horoscope chart, the concept of noting planetary positions at a certain point in time, and using it to predict future developments, is so old that we do not know of its beginning.

       It was usually applied to kings and such nobles, rarely commoners. That was done in the perspective of mundane astrology, the astrological method to predict worldly events of importance to a whole country, not just an individual — and there, of course, the king was of primary importance.

       In Europe, up until recent times, the most common way of drawing the complete horoscope chart was the so called envelope design, where each triangle of the figure represents an astrological House. See the horoscope of Martin Luther (1483-1546) below.

Martin Luther's horoscope.

Martin Luther's horoscope in envelope design.

       Nowadays, the circular horoscope chart is used by most astrologers. In it, the outer circle marks the Zodiac, which is simply a coordinate system for the ecliptic plane — not a picture of the star configurations with the same names. Each of the twelve Zodiac signs is 30 of the total 360 circle. Inside of that circle, the positions of the planets are marked. Also, there is a twelve part division of the astrological Houses.

       There are several ways of dividing the horoscope chart into Houses. The oldest one is called equal house, where each House is the same 30 size. This was used by Ptolemy. Later systems, such as Placidus, Regiomontanus, Koch and Campanus, use differing sizes of the Houses.

       Inside the circle, aspects are marked by lines between planets. Ptolemy used five aspects — conjunction 0, opposition 180, trine 120, square 90, and sextile 60. I use the same, whereas many other astrologers use additional aspects, such as the semi-sextile 30 and the quincunx 150.

       Below is a modern style circular horoscope chart.

Complete circular horscope chart.

Complete circular horoscope chart.

Horoscope charts interpreted

On this website, I have included some complete horoscope charts, and written interpretations of them. There are some mundane horoscopes — of countries or institutions — but also horoscopes of famous persons. Check the links above for a list of those horoscopes. I will add new horoscopes from time to time, so please return to my website.


Click the image to see the book at Amazon (paid link).

Tarot Unfolded. Book by Stefan Stenudd.

Tarot Unfolded

This book presents an imaginative method of reading the divination cards, which is the most appropriate for the Tarot, since it consists of symbolic images.

Archetypes of Mythology. Book by Stefan Stenudd.

Archetypes of Mythology

Jungian theories on myth and religion examined, from Carl G. Jung to Jordan B. Peterson.

Cosmos of the Ancients. Book by Stefan Stenudd.

Cosmos of the Ancients

All the philosophers of Ancient Greece and what they thought about cosmology, myth, religion and the gods.

Life Energy Encyclopedia. Book by Stefan Stenudd.

Life Energy Encyclopedia

Qi (chi), prana, pneuma, spiritus, and all the other life force concepts around the world explained and compared.



How to Make Your Own Horoscope

Your Health Horoscope

Sex in Your Horoscope

Zodiac Archetypes

Financial Astrology

Daily Horoscope Guide — What to Expect

Tetrabiblos — the Ancient Astrology Bible


Zodiac — the "how" of the horoscope

Planets — the "what" of the horoscope

Houses — the "where" of the horoscope

Aspects — the "why" of the horoscope


2024 presidential election horoscopes for Donald Trump and Joe Biden

Joe Biden's 2020 presidential election horoscope

Pete Buttigieg's 2020 presidential election horoscope

Donald Trump — impeachment horoscope

Donald Trump — will he resign?

Hillary Clinton

Mike Pence

Barack Obama

Anders Behring Breivik

Michael Jackson

Sarah Palin

Brad Pitt

The USA Horoscope — Finding and Reading It


The USA Pluto return 2022 horoscope

Capitol attack horoscope

Covid-19 coronavirus horoscope

Future of the Internet

The Age of Aquarius

USA 2016 Election

Mundane Pluto — Its Effect on Society

Mundane Neptune — Its Effect on the Arts


About the Complete Horoscope Website

Disappearing Ascendant — Latitude Effects

The Envelope Chart — Horoscope of the Past

Astrology Links

Astrologi på svenska




The twelve Zodiac signs and what they mean in astrology.

Aries Zodiac Sign


Taurus Zodiac Sign


Gemini Zodiac Sign


Cancer Zodiac Sign


Leo Zodiac Sign


Virgo Zodiac Sign


Libra Zodiac Sign


Scorpio Zodiac Sign


Sagittarius Zodiac Sign


Capricorn Zodiac Sign


Aquarius Zodiac Sign


Pisces Zodiac Sign



Tarot Card Meanings

Tarot Card Meanings. Website by Stefan Stenudd. Try the old Tarot deck of cards with a free online divination. How to use the Tarot and what each card means.

I Ching Online

I Ching Online. Website by Stefan Stenudd. Try the ancient Chinese divination online for free. The 64 hexagrams of I Ching, The Book of Change, and what they mean in divination.

Stefan Stenudd

Stefan Stenudd, Swedish author of fiction and non-fiction.

About me

I'm a Swedish astrologer, author and historian of ideas, researching ancient thought and mythology. My personal website:

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