Describing someone as one Zodiacal Sign or another does not reveal enough information to understand this person astrologically.
A serious analysis is far more complex.
It is essential to know the precise time, date and place of one’s birth.
Using this information, we draw up a Birth or Natal Chart. (i.e. An astronomical graph indicating the exact position of our Solar System’s ten planets and the Zodiacal Sign which rises at the horizon, also referred to as the Ascendant.)
This "Map of the Heavens" is divided into twelve astrological sectors or Houses; each provides additional information with its own significance.
The angular relationships between planets and other celestial bodies or nodal points are called Aspects.
Solid lines indicate strengths - dotted lines indicate weaknesses.


Click on a symbol or aspect to see its definition.




The celestial bodies around the outer Zodiacal circle are situated at various distances from one another.
Those distances are calculated by the angular divergence from the center of the circle, which is the Earth.

If the angle which separates two celestial bodies is 10 degrees or less, they are said to be in Conjunction.

When at their furthest extreme, approximately 180 degrees, they are known to be in Opposition.

At a distant of approximately 120 degrees, they are in Trine.

At about 90 degrees, they form a Square.

At 60 degrees, they are in Sextile.

These Aspects indicate the different relationships between the celestial bodies with their respective characteristics.
Harmonious (or strong) relationships in the Trine and Sextile Aspects are conducive to expansion and ease of tension.
Whereas relationships are discordant (fragile) in the Opposition and Square Aspects, indicating inner conflicts and possible confrontations.


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