Yeah, I kept it short, since I did not want to make the same mistake by keeping it long and then you would not have read my note.aquarius7000,
Thank you for your short, yet very sweet reply. You genuinely made me feel very happy as I was reading it. As for my career, I entered the university this year, though I don't really feel like working in this area later in life... It's not that I hate it, no, but I'm afraid that it will take me too much time to find a job and even if I do, I will probably die of boredom there. I guess I want to express myself more in creative ways, travel to different places and overall have a more fulfilling and interesting life, but right now it's impossible for me. I have some sort of a plan but it's way too early to talk about it. If it will work out in a couple of years, I think I will drop out of the uni, if it won't, I'll think of something else. ...
Wow, thanks for such a long and detailed reply! You're amazing.
It's interesting that you made such a big accent on relationships and said they would be very influential. I've never been in a proper romantic relationship yet (well, I'm still quite young haha) and it's partly due to my self-esteem issues (I guess it's always been a part of me but some specific events made it worse) but sometimes I really wish I would be dating someone though right now I'm perfectly fine on my own. All in good time I guess.
So you say I have 3 T-squares... Maybe you're right. One of the reasons I asked was because AstroTheme and some other sites don't recognize them as such. I guess these two squares I mentioned fall into the "grey" category where some people say they exist and some people say they don't.
Thanks for clarification on Sun-Mercury conjunction! I also always thought that it would be weird if they were classified as being conjunct but different sites calculated they were. Can you comment on my unaspected Mercury then? I heard that when a planet has no aspects to it, it expresses the qualities of a sign it's in more freely and purely but I'm not sure.
Also thanks for the modalities comment. I'd say that overall I feel myself more cardinal than fixed (if it can be a thing lol) but the fixed undercurrent is also noticeable.
Oh and by the way, the last couple of days I've been experimenting with the sidereal system because I found out that although it's not as popular as the tropical I used here, a lot of astrologers use it and some of them switched to it because they found it more reliable and accurate. (?) The thing that bothers me is that using the sidereal system in my case means losing almost all of my planets from their dignified positions and also these planets subsequently acquire new qualities to them. For instance, Moon in Gemini or Venus in Aries do not seem to fit me in sidereal at all while Cancer and Taurus in tropical explain me well. I tried comparing tropical to sidereal in all of my friends' charts and also found tropical to be much more on point. But if so many astrologers use sidereal, then maybe I am wrong and not them?? Perhaps if someone could provide a description of my Vedic chart (since they use the sidereal system for calculations, right?), then I would change my mind because I've heard that the sign's descriptions are also somewhat different. I can make the chart myself (if you link me the site) or PM my birth info.
Per the Placidus-house system, which I normally use, your 9th house of higher education is in Gemini and so ruled by Mercury. Jupiter rules the opposite-lying sign to Gem., which is Sag.One thing I did not understand though is that you mentioned that the ruler of the 9th house is Mercury, but isn’t it Jupiter?
If you are a beginner, and are now fascinated by the Sidereal system, stick to it, so that you can go deeper into it. If you keep hopping from one to the other just to see what *seemingly* fits your chart best, you will learn neither properly, if you are really serious about Astrology. Oh, and one more suggestion, stick to mainstream planets and aspects, etc. until you are a little more well-versed in the subject. Don't get into asteroids etc right now, or you will get so thoroughly confused.Oh and by the way, the last couple of days I've been experimenting with the sidereal system because I found out that although it's not as popular as the tropical I used here, a lot of astrologers use it and some of them switched to it because they found it more reliable and accurate. (?)...