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Cusp Ascendant and House Assignments

Hello All,

Hopefully it's okay to fully edit a thread as my question has changed.

I recently noticed an error I had been working with over my ascendant sign. For some reason I had copied it down at one point as Scorpio but it now turns out to be at 27 Libra.

I am confused as to how this may effect my sun and pluto placement since only four degrees of Libra appear in my first house. For clarification Pluto and the sun are also in Libra but quite earlier.

In the chart from Astro.com it states that both my ascendant(first) & twelfth house are BOTH Libra. So rather I am confused as to whether this is a graphing error or if two houses can be under the same sign.

Rather would my sun and pluto still then be 12th house in Libra...?
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