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Help reading a natal chart, outlining major planets and driving aspects

Hello all!


I have been trying to get into reading a natal chart and determining the strongest planets and major driving aspects in it! And well, then the harder part.. doing a little bit of interpretation. I am quite new, and wanted to share what I have been doing, in the hope of better understanding the meaning I have arrived to


I am attaching a where the natal chart is described, and I am following the advise at Hank Friedmanīs site https://www.learnastrologyfree.com/november00astro.htm


To interpret the chart ad determine the strongest planets in the chart I did the following






First determine the power of the rising sign - (the Rising Sign, its ruler, planets that aspect the First house, and the occupants of the First and Seventh houses are the primary factors in describing both a person and the tenor of their life)


Rising Sign: Cancer

Ruler: Moon (in Piscis on the 8th house)
both first and seventh house are empty


Given that the first house is empty, I looked at the "strongest aspects" of the ruler, that is the Moon:
and although there are a couple, I used only the ones between 0 and 1°30s

that is Moon sextile Neptune (0°29) - which i understand is a very close sextile .. next would be Moon trine Pluto (at 2°02s)


2. The importance of the first house. Separate from the considerations in #1 is the fact that if there are planets in the first house, then they often have a profound impact on not only the self image but on the whole manner of expressing and embodying oneself. Never ignore first house planets.

So, no planets on the first - I guess I should then keep in mind the Moon, in Piscis - with its one or two close aspects (sextile with neptune and trine with Pluto)



3. Focality. The method used to determine which planets are strongest is as follows (The closer the planet or aspect to the Sun, Moon, or Rising, the stronger the emphasis)


A) identify planets conjunct, squared or opposite the ASC (6 degrees or less)
So!

Sun square ASC (-3° 05s)
Mercury square ASC (0°19s)
Neptune conjuct ASC (-5°15s)


So it seems these three planets stand out, with Mercury being the strongest


Mercury is in Libra, with a close trine with Jupiter (1°29), conjunct to the sun (2°46s) and the previously mentioned Mercury square ASC (0°19s)


B)The Sun and Moon are always important, as are planets in tight (5 degrees or preferably less) aspect to them.


Sun in Libra

conjunct to the mercury (2°46s)
trine with Jupiter (4°08)
squared neptune (2°10)

Moon in Piscis


opposition to venus (3°37)
sextile neptune (0°29)

trine pluto (2°03)
trine ASC (4°42s)


So I guess here, mercury stands out for being closely conjuct to the sun, and again it before stood out for being closely squared to the ascendant. mercury itself has a close trine with jupiter, and the sun also has a trine with jupiter.



Neptune, who also had conjucting to the ASC (albeit at more than 5 orbs), also appears again, as a square to the sun, and a close sextile to the moon)




C. Bucket Handles. If a planet (or group of conjunct planets) is alone in half of the sky (i.e. with no planets in the two houses on either side of them), then they are very much strengthened and very important in the chart.

none, all planets are distributed in half the chart (mostly right side) in a somewhat even distribution in the upper and down side of the chart.


D. Stationary Planets. If a planet stood still within a day of the birth date, the planet becomes stronger and more important in the interpretation.

none.



The Strongest Aspects. Some astrologers don't realize that the strongest aspects in the chart carry the most energy. Draw a chart with only aspect lines having one and a half degree orb or less. This "x-ray chart" will show you the strongest dynamics in the chart

So the strongest aspects have been mostly mentioned, but Ill add them here to look at the driving aspects


Moon sextile Neptune (0°29)

Mercury trine with Jupiter (1°29)
Mercury square ASC (0°19s)
venus sextile pluto (1°35)
venus sextile ASC (1°05)
mars trine north node (0°45)
Jupiter sextile midheaven (1°03)


And those are all.




So here comes the harder part, which is synthesising this analysis and trying to put the picture together.


It seems to me that, the Moon, the sun, Mercury, Neptune and to a lesser degree Jupiter are the strongest planets in the chart.



there is a balance of aspects, with very few oppositions, and quite a few beneficial trines and sextiles that are close, so they carry the most energy.


The Moon, which is in piscis, has a strong sextile with its ruler, Neptune..
and that same neptune as a square with sun (albeit at 2 degrees) and a conjuction witht the ASC (over 5 degrees)



Mercury in libra as a close trine with Jupiter in Aquarius (1°29), and also a conjuction with the Sun (which also trines with jupiter)... and both the Sun and Mercury square the AC.



Water and Air seem to be stressed in most of the planets and signs that are of most importance in the chart.


The more difficult aspects of the squares of the Sun and Mercury with the ASC might be softened by their beneficial conjunction, and also with the dual trine with Jupiter.

Would this mean that we are looking at an aligned ego with mind, agility of mind and mental energy, maybe a lucky person, but that works needs to be put into how things are communictaed, as it it can be perceived differently by others?


With the Moon, it seems that there is a strong emphasis on emotions, some psychic abilities? I believe that the placement of Neptune and the moon might mean that, specially since both seem strong in the chart. The moon trines with both pluto and the ASC which seems beneficial?
It might also be that there is a tendency to day dream? Specially the square between neptune and the sun might mean that.





As you can see, i am quite new! So I would appreciate so much any comments, and specially, pointers as tio how to interpret the chart (given the summary)





thanks for reading the very long post!!
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