Let StarCharm™ engrave the astrological chart of the heavens—as seen from your (or someone special's) birth time and place—onto a beautiful adornment.
Do the stars influence your future? Many people know their "birth sign¨— the sector of the Zodiac, like Taurus, Virgo, or Scorpio, that is ascendant at the time of their birth. But astrologers believe determining the influence of the heavens on a person's life and future involves a far more subtle and elaborate calculation than merely the Zodiac sign. It involves planets, the sun, the moon, and other heavenly bodies and their relationships to one another.
What's a "Natal Chart"? It's a chart of the positions and relationships of heavenly bodies as seen from the precise place of someone's birth at the very moment of their birth.
As the celestial bodies spin in an ever-changing ballet across the firmament, their specific configuration for a given time and birthplace, captured in a Natal Chart, is almost as unique to an individual as their fingerprint.
StarCharm can engrave this unique pattern onto a lovely piece of jewelry.
StarCharm offers personalized pendants in 14K gold, .925 Sterling silver, and polished silver or gold color stainless steel, and a stainless steel key fob. Click your choice below to start customizing it with a Natal Chart from birth information you enter.
Each StarCharm adornment comes with an astrological interpretation of the Natal Chart it displays.
This handsome, printable, multipage report includes details about the Zodiac positions of each of the heavenly bodies represented on the chart—not only the Sun but also the Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto, along with other bodies considered influential by astrology such as Lilith and the Ascendant node.
Also in the report are details of relationships among these bodies—which ones are in favorable aspects to each other, reinforcing their influence, and which may be cancelling out each other's effects.
All these details are interpreted to suggest how their influences and combinations may affect the person they describe, and what the person's future may hold.