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05-21-2010, 04:26 AM
Hello all, I'm new to astrology and I've had a few people read me about my sign but never had anything indepth, I googled a birthchart but still don't understand that much about my specific sign and combinations.
I was born on August 7th 1991 in Etobicoke, ONT, Canada at 6:20 AM and want to know if anyone can do a more indepth birthchart for me then what I got, or atleast tell me more about my results and what I'm a combination of with all the planets etc :P
Rising - 14 Degrees Leo
Sun - 14 Degrees Leo
Moon - 7 Degrees Cancer
Mercury - 5 Degrees Virgo
Venus - 6 Degrees Virgo
Mars - 16 Degrees Virgo
Jupiter - 22 Degrees Leo
Saturn - 02 Degrees Aquarius
Uranus - 10 Degrees Capricorn
Neptune - 14 Degrees Capricorn
Pluto - 17 Degrees Scorpio
N.Node - 18 Degrees Capricorn
Thanks in advance for any posts ^^
05-23-2010, 06:58 PM
Welcome to AW,
astro.com has a free 'personal portrait' interpretation of a natal chart in the free horoscope section, plus a six month free transit report in 'short report'
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The chart you posted does not have an aspect grid and best to get from from www.astro.com (http://www.astro.com)
Now basically your sun sign is your 'core beliefs, values, ego' and Asc is your physical body, mode of expression and mask and persona that we all wear and hide behind, but definitely not what's going on underneath. What's going on underneath is your Sun sign. Moon sign, house placements and aspects describe your emotional and intuitive responses, also describes your view of your mother, as saturn describes your father by sign and house position.
So, think of a glass milk bottle the bottle is your Asc and your sun the milk, but the milk still has to 'come out' through the glass neck of the milk bottle....
Now aspects within a natal chart represent 'facets' of our personality, because we are all multifaceted beings. What these do is 'break down and compartmentalise' these facets into smaller bite size chunks. This does take quite a lot of self analysis and objectivity to 'see yourself' and why you do certain things and behave in certain ways. Actually it can be quite good therapy...
Remember back to your school days an opposition is 180', square 90', trine 120', and sextile 60' Now challenged aspects are conj (depending on the planets, cos some like each other and some really don't) squares and oppositions. Easy aspects are conj (if the planets get along) eg: Jupiter conj Moon, sextile and trine. Quincunx is inbetween (depending on the planets) causes health strains and unresolved or hard to balance planets/energies.
There is a 'plethora' of information on AW, espec in the 'stickys' at the top of every forum, our Education forum and Recommendations forum to. Plus we have a good search feature, bit like google using keywords --
05-23-2010, 07:02 PM
Thanks for the post, really helped me out, I already understood what everything did, but I just wanted to know some more information about my combination of signs, how they come together.
05-23-2010, 10:19 PM
Natal chart aspects
planets in houses
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