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Differentiating the MC/IC axis and the Nodal axis

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Re: Differentiating the MC/IC axis and the Nodal axis

Do you want to post your chart? There may be some planets involved in your equation. I interpret the north node as where your growth lies. If your NN conjuncts your IC, then your growth may related to 4th house matters such as your home, early childhood conditioning, ancestry, or depth psychology.
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