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Description: Dynamic Biorhythms is an advanced tool for the analysis, forecast and comparison of biorhythms cycles of any person. Besides, the software will provide you with a plenty of additional information such as: Moon phase graphics for each date with the Lunar day descriptions; a Zodiac and Chinese Zodiac signs for each date and person - also with the context-sensitive descriptions; Integrated I-Ching hexagram builder - for each biorhythms state with readings. Sun Rise and Set Times, Moon Rise and Set Times.
You may skip the searching for the information from different sources about your compatibility with somebody else. You can simply switch Dynamic Biorhythms into the Compatibility mode to see your biorhythms compatibility as well as horoscope compatibility - with the detailed percentage chart.
Easy-to-use navigation calendar lets you to scroll the biorhythms graphics through the years in any direction.
Dynamic Biorhythms allows to generate various types of reports for the further printing. For instance: biorhythms state report of any number of persons for any period of time (up to 10 years) directly in the HTML format, Compatibility Report with the preview capability etc.
Dynamic Biorhythms has a rich set of behavior / appearance options, you can easily adjust any one them to your needs and taste. Fully customizable Horoscope compatibility options allows you to control all the comparison aspects.
Dynamic Biorhythms comes with the database which contains over 3700 celebrities birthdays(profiles). You can browse database, search, add new profiles, edit etc.
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