Triwheels & Quadwheels

Although triwheel and quadwheel support is on our roadmap, at this time LUNA only supports setting up biwheels. However, there is a workaround that will let you view more than two (2) charts at a time which can be a handy way to analyze charts in the meantime.

Here’s how to setup a “side-by-side quadwheel” in LUNA that will show you transits to natal and secondary progressions to natal all on a single screen:

  • Open the chart you want to analyze from the “Charts” main navigation.
  • Create a biwheel of the the current transits from the “Add Biwheel” menu by selecting the “Transits” link.
  • Now open a new browser window and visit in the new window.
  • Navigate into your account and open the same chart you opened in the previous window.
  • Cast a Secondary Progressed chart from the “Auxiliary Charts” panel.
  • Create a biwheel of the Secondary Progressed chart to the natal chart from the “Add Biwheel” menu by selecting the “Natal” link.
  • Now re-arrange your two (2) windows until they are side-by-side so you can view both biwheels.

Large or Multiple Displays?

You’re not limited to only two (2) windows. Since LUNA runs in your browser, you can open it in many different browser windows and lay them out in any configuration that works with your workstation.

Side-by-side quadwheel screen shot.
Here’s an example of a “side-by-side quadwheel” on a 13″ laptop screen. The top drawers are open to show that the inner wheel is the same in both windows, while the outer wheel is different.

Here’s a video demonstration of the above instructions:

Updated on August 20, 2023

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