Planetarium: Questions & Answers

Question:

Your calculator gives wrong results.

I just had the opportunity to use your Planetary Hours Calculator with the following inputs:

Location: Manila, Philippines (121E, 14.5N), Date: May 22, 2010, which is a SATURDAY. (See attached screen shot).

Sunrise at Manila on May 22 is at 5:27 a.m., therefore the planetary hour ruler at 5:45 a.m. in Manila on May 22 should be SATURN, NOT MERCURY AS GIVEN BY YOUR CALCULATOR. Your calculator gives incorrect results.

Please do not post applications for public use without debugging them first. Your calculator will mislead people who use it and make life difficult for students of astrology. Thank you.

Answer:

The attached screenshot demonstrates the calculation for Manila in my testing, and the results are correct. Thousands of people from around the world are using Lunarium every day and if there is some problem, which is normally caused by the ongoing changes to the AppEngine platform made by the Google team, I have a number of reports from different countries about that problem and I take measures to resolve the problem a.s.a.p.

Currently, there are no fault reports except of yours and I am not able to reproduce your problem. This makes me thinking that the problem can be caused by your specific computer setup, such as the web browser you prefer to use. It would be therefore more helpful if instead of accusing me in not debugging Lunarium you tried to investigate the problem, or help me to investigate it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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