Planetary positions for any date and time

Highprecision and highly accurate planetary calculations. Tropical zodiac (for 2006, add 5 degrees 10 minutes then subtract a sign to convert to Sidereal). Note that if you add longitude and latitude (and, optionally, altitude) it will correct these for parallax, which can shift the Moon as much as a degree  for astrological purposes, you don't want this.

Oooh, neat! Thanks!

Wow!
Good to have it here.
It sure simplifies some Hexagram works. 
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This is exactly what I was looking for! Thank you.
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How can I find the current conversion to sidereal positions?

@Love and Dissolution said
"How can I find the current conversion to sidereal positions?"
Most astrology programs make this conversion automatically when you calculate a Sidereal chart. The current Sidereal longitude of the vernal point (at the start of 2013) is 5°04' Pisces. Although you can convert current Tropical to Sidereal positions by subtracting 24°56' from everything (30°00' minus 5°04'), the faster (and more usual) way is to add 5°04' and subtract a whole sign.
This VP position moves 5' of arc for every 6 years of time. It increases as you move to the past, and decreases moving into the future. Thus, for early 1963 (50 years ago), subtract onesixth (1/6 of 50', in round numbers, is 8'): the amount travelled is 50'  8' = 42'. Add that to the current value (5°04' Pisces) to get 5°46' Pisces for early 1963.
A short table of VP values for current times is given in the front of Andromeda Sidereal Ephemeris of the 21st Century which you can download for free from https://www.thelema.org/publications#articlemonographs

Very informative, thanks alot!