02-26-2010, 05:59 AM
Features of the Natal Chart
The important features of a natal chart are the position of the sun and moon as well as the ascendant. This is the zodiacal sign that ascended over the eastern horizon at the time of birth. A particular planet, called the ascendant ruler, rules the ascendant, and is also included in the chart. Besides the ascendant ruler, another planet is also required. It is called the rising planet and refers to the planet that occupies the first, second or third house after the ascendant. Planets that are right next to the ascendant in the chart also assume significance.
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02-26-2010, 08:04 AM
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I have Asc in Virgo, ruler Mercury in Pisces 7th house. I have Sun in Pisces in the 7th house opposite Saturn. I think the Sun takes a longer time to develop and shine in its own right, and more so when in aspect to Saturn or even Pluto, with these planets blockages, depression, battling darkness, and with Saturn low self-opinion. I won't bark on about it too long. The Sun in certain houses/signs takes much longer to shine too. I expect to be at my solar best/excellence at round 35 years old. I shoud see some success, in another 4 years (huffs).
What Dreams may Come
I have a Neptunian personality with my multiple selves. Liz Greene was right about Pisceans we discover a new self every week :lol:. I have Moon in Pisces/Moon square Neptune/Neptune in 4th house. Its probably why I like underwater themes, and find them heavenly to look at. A place to lose the hard edges of the world, and be lost and at peace at sea/submerged. If I could design my own piece of heaven it would closely resemble these images (http://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/album.php?albumid=13). Its like in the film What Dreams may Come, I relate closely to the movie, and the woman/mother who commits suicide after she loses her husband and children. The little girl in the movie who went to heaven designed her own artistic piece of paradise, the artistic design was imagined from the art in her room. What Dreams may Come, is a lovely and tear jerking movie. My heaven would have many underwater themes, and I also love futuristic themes too. I hope I can still study the art of astrology in heaven, see all the grand designs and plans for each life, study the planetary spheres. I want to work in this type of place in heaven (sends C.V through spiritual vibration :sleeping:)I have a blog post about part time "psychic" sylvia Brown :tongue:, she has made some mistakes. However, I hope some of her thoughts on the afterlife are true, I would like the afterlife to look like this Hall of charts. (http://theastrologyplace.blogspot.com/2009/09/hall-of-charts.html) And obviously my heavenly water place. It sounds so good I want a holiday there now :lol:. I am very spiritual today, maybe Jupiter in Pisces is closing in on my Sun. :innocent:
Another thing I have learned about my powerful Moon-Neptune profile, is that I need to live out my own dreams too. I bought a reading by Liz Greene, for relationship astrology. My inner woman figure was extremely interesting to read about. I am going through a period of finding out what I want in life, maybe because the Sun is being activated in my chart, nothing spins the solar wheel turning with more positivity about the future than Jupiter in transit :smile:. Rather than Features of the natal chart, I have personalized your advertisement :cool: in this thread. I come across as some spiritual hippie today.
Julie's Inner Woman Image:
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