It is fundamental knowing the symbols, because symbols and symbolisms are the true language of Astrological Art. By side every symbol you can find numbers, they are the degrees of the Ecliptic where the planet or object is placed. The inner circle is divided in 12 sectors and every sector has a progressive number. Those sectors are the 12 Astrological Houses that represent a specific area of your psyche that projects itself on a specific area of your life.
There are 4 House Points that are the core of the Cardinal Houses and represent the 4 cardinal points of your sky. At the centre of the circle there are many colored lines that connect some planets or point. Each one of those lines represents an Aspect , a geometrical relation that connects 2 or more Planets which are involved in some kind of interaction harmonic, not harmonic or neutral. On astro. It could be useful for a beginner take a look at those lines to have a general vision of the main aspects, but on an advanced level of study of your natal chart, it is more useful leave those lines and start studying every planet and his aspects one by one, using more deep parameters and classifications to interpret them.
Well, now that you know every piece of the Chart, you can start to analyze it to find every psychological correspondence that will help you to know yourself better. At the center of the circle, you can see a point signed by a little cross. That point represents your birth place, or, to be very precise, that point represents you at the very moment of your birth. In fact, many people think that Astrology is geocentric, but that is not completely exact: Astrology is anthropocentric.
The AC—DC axis represents the horizon. The Zodiac Wheel apparent motion is clockwise as the Sun, because the Earth rotation is counterclockwise, so the AC point is the point of the rising zodiac sign, the Ascendant, and then the DC point is the point of the falling zodiac sign, the Descendant. So you can easily understand that the half circle above the horizon AC-DC axis represents the day-part of the sky and the half circle below the horizon represents the night-part of the sky.
Please note that I used a flat section of the Earth on the imagine above just to make that imagine much easy to understand.
While the sun exposes our truth and the moon reflects our emotions , the Ascendant reveals our personal landscape. The 5th House This playful zone of the fifth house is linked to creativity, romance, and children. Modern scientific experiments and observation could easily verify this and confirm the findings of the ancient scientists. Paksha- bala gradually increases and decreases over the course of the lunar month, yet for practical purposes the Moon is considered weak by some astrologers if its distance from the Sun is less than 90 degrees. However, if you were born in the last five days or so of the Western sign month, then you will probably still be the same sign in the Vedic system.
Of course, our Gaia Earth is a sphere like every other Planets. Of course, that imagine shows a daytime birth as example. Those informations are important because they give you some basics informations about your psyche; each one of the hemicycles represents a basic psychological tendency and could define a basic psychological type.
Many Planets, and especially Luminaries Sun and Moon , on the same hemicycle suggests your main psychological tendency.
Furthermore, the 4 hemicycles merge together and divide the sky circle even into 4 Quadrants , and they create the mixed types: Abstract—active, Abstract—passive, Concrete—active, Concrete—passive. Od course, all you need to do is to merge the 2 psychological meanings of the Quadrant to understand it.
You can find some fundamental informations about Astrological Houses in this article. Well, now you know how the graph works, and you can understand why it is extremely useful to make the right psychological interpretations about the stars. It makes you capable to have the whole vision of every single piece and how they merge together and interact each other.
Thank you so much for this!
I had the same exact feeling when I had my first reading as you! I felt like I was trying to interpret the heiroglyphs inside some ancient tomb! Looking forward to learning more.
rabgamanbio.ga Then you mentioned about the day of the birth. I was born in Tuesday — which is Mars represented there. And Mars also in the same Sun sign which is Aquarius in my 11th House. Funny thing is, I have projected the goal in the area of 11th House with the help of 10th and 9th but with the recent soul calling to be more in tune with the Mars and Aries Ascendant!
Well, this is fascinate me a lot! I know there is more to this. But an insight I gained now through reading your article kinda clarify my confusion.
Skip to content Share the astrological knowledge with your friends:. Your Best Email. Your Name. Share the astrological knowledge with your friends:. If you misunderstand the Astrological Houses, you misunderstand important parts of your personality. What kind of landscape are we working with? Someone with a Sagittarius Ascendant, for instance, is ruled by generous Jupiter, whereas a Pisces Ascendant is living in a Neptunian world. Birth charts are read counterclockwise with the Ascendant's horizontal line delineating the First House.
We follow the sections, or Houses, and on the right side of the horizon line at the Descendent , we start to make our way to the top of the chart.
Finally, we conclude the cycle with the Twelfth House , the section that borders the Ascendant to the north. Once we identify the way each planet and sign work together, we look to the Houses to discover exactly where that energy is manifesting. As you trace your birth chart, you may find that you have many planets in certain houses in fact, four or more planets in a single house is called a stellium , while others may be completely empty.
The birth chart is simply a snapshot of the sky at your moment of birth, and since most celestial bodies travel in clusters, they often stay close together. The way in which the planet operates, however, is influenced by its zodiac sign.
Mercury in serious Capricorn, for instance, will communicate logically and rationally; Venus in elusive Scorpio adores mysterious romance; Mars in protective Cancer tends to have an indirect approach to battle, and so on. Is Venus-Scorpio in the Second House of material objects, which would make an individual especially drawn to financially stable lovers?
Or is Venus-Scorpio in the Ninth House of travel, which would signify a penchant for long-distance romance? Although our natal planets in the birth chart remain stationary, the planets in the sky are constantly moving across our different Houses. In other words, a certain period of life will embody the essence of that House. Defined by the Ascendant, the First House defines you. It represents the body you were born with, your physical appearance, and your general temperament.
Natal planets that occupy the First House tend to have a very strong influence in that person's life for instance, Mercury in the First House is a sign of a chatterbox, while the moon in the First House reveals someone who wears emotions on their sleeve. Since this is the first stop in the cycle, when planets in the sky transit into this house, our goals are manifested, and new projects, ideas, or perspectives finally take form.
This House corresponds with Aries energy. The Second House is related to our personal finances, material possessions, and the concept of value. Natal planets in the Second House tend to seek security through their material world.
Planets transiting the Second House reveal changes in resources or self-esteem. This House corresponds with Taurus energy. Communication, transportation, and local community are all governed by the third house. Natal planets in the Third House are motivated by expression and often build close relationships with their peers, including siblings, coworkers, and classmates. When planets transit the Third House, we often receive important information about our immediate network.
This House corresponds with Gemini energy. The Fourth House sits at the base of the chart and symbolizes home and family. Planets moving across the Fourth House often encourage us to invest in our infrastructure by creating more private, nurturing spaces within.