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Sparkling Frank Sparkling Frank is offline
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Transits, Natal Placements, or Secondary Progressions Indicating Late Growth Spurt?

I was wondering if there are any circumstances that can indicate a late blooming growth spurt? As in certain natal birth chart placements or transits or even secondary progressions?

My mother used to always record my height as a child along with the dates. I traced back certain transits and realized I grew plenty of inches when Uranus came to conjunct my Sun and Ascendant.

I have my sun at 0 degrees aries conjunct my ascendant at 29 degrees pisces. Jupiter conjunct asc at 8 degrees aries. I have Saturn in Taurus in the first house still at 2 degrees of taurus. I have Venus in the 1st house at 3 degrees of taurus.

I have transit Saturn Sextiling my Sun and Ascendant next year, can that possibly indicate something? I read about how "Saturanians" are usually taller than average, so perhaps?? 🧐

I'm 20 years old and I'm just NOW getting chest hair. But i've had hairy legs and facial hair since 8th grade/freshman year of high school.

I grew about half an inch around the beginning of this year, which was actually surprising. I'm now 5'9 but I wonder if there's still potential in some way? I'd love to reach 5'10 but im happy with my height no matter what.

Last edited by Sparkling Frank; 08-14-2019 at 05:12 AM. Reason: Better title
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