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Sun

Without the light and warmth given to us by the Sun, there would be no life on Earth. The Sun is the most important planet (in fact, technically it is a star) in the birth chart.

Sunsign columns in newspapers and magazines are great fun and a good way of introducing people to astrology. However, they do give the impression that the Sunsign is much simpler than it actually is. There is some truth in some of the clichés but, of course, human beings are much more complex than these columns have the space to acknowledge.

As we progress through life, we are increasingly able to express the energy of our Sunsign in a positive way. Life is a continuing process of self-development, a journey in which we unfold some or perhaps most of our potential. The Sun describes the inner core of our being which is present when we are born but is revealed more and more as we grow in awareness.

The Sun symbolises our father image. Good aspects: we have integrated the masculine principle well because of our healthy relationship with our own father. Bad aspects: the Sun shows some difficulty with authority figures, the male principle and the expression of assertiveness, courage and strength.

Mercury

A few times per year Mercury slows down in its orbit around the Sun, creating an illusion of backward movement. Imagine being in the “way back” of a station wagon, watching another car on the highway. If the car is going slower, it’ll appear to be going backwards, when actually it’s going forward. The retrograde of a planet is this kind of optical illusion.

When Mercury is in retrograde, communication can seem to slow down, misfire or go haywire with missed calls and technological snafus. This is why there’s a warning against signing contracts or starting a project during Mercury retrograde.

If you see an "R" next to a planet in your birth chart that means it was in retrograde when you were born. Someone with Mercury retrograde may have a reflective or introverted mind. You might want to mull things over more than most before drawing a conclusion. Depending on which sign your Mercury is in this could give you an interest in the past and a powerful memory.

Knowing your Mercury sign can help you understand and maximize your imaginative potential. It may reveal why you aren’t always on the same wavelength with others, and offer clues to sharing your unique gifts of expression. The aspects your Mercury makes with other planets may explain quirks in your manner of speaking, such as being defensive, chatty, eloquent, emotional, etc. Since the mind can be its own house of mirrors, this also can show a mind drawn to illusions or to playing games with others.

Venus

Venus is the planet which concerns our ability to love and relate with other people. She is associated with the need for harmony and the urge to share and co-operate with others.

The sign and house placement have Venus in our birth chart show us the way in which and the environment in which we are most likely to give and receive love.

How do we find it easiest to express emotion in our personal relationships? What kind of marriage partner are we attracted to? Venus also relates closely to our value system. The sign and house placement will tell us a great deal about what we attach most importance to. It also follows then, that Venus is connected with money.

Mars

Mars is the passionate impulse and action, while Venus tends to the overall relationship atmosphere. Mars is the masculine aspect, and this goes beyond sex into your drive, discipline, will-power and stamina. Venus is the feminine aspect, and tempers Mars to smell the roses along the way. We need Mars' fire to generate sparks, and keep it spicy.

Mars is like the volcano of vitality inside you that must be released and channeled. Mars lights up when you become filled with desire, and this guides you toward your destiny. It influences aspects of character related to action, like endurance, persistence, discipline. The aspects with Mars in your chart show things like how you handle frustration and conflict.

Mars needs a mission, and can stir up serious trouble when repressed or twarted. When Mars is in conflict with other planets, you might struggle with anger issues and in extreme cases, be a rage-a-holic or veer toward violent behavior. The most famous example is Hilter, who had Mars squaring Saturn in his birth chart.

When Mars is "afflicted" or has many conflicts in a birth chart, it can lead to repressing the vital fire within. But not to be denied, a stifled Mars will eventually erupt, and emerge through temper tantrums or just a lowgrade, but constant irritability.

Jupiter

Jupiter's position in the natal birth-chart shows us where we are most likely to possess a sense of optimism and confidence in life. This is where we have trust and faith and feel that we can fulfil all of life's promises.

This is where we can take risks. As a result of our confident attitudes in this area of life, we are most likely to be successful where Jupiter touches our birth chart.

Saturn

The position of Saturn in the birth chart is one of the most important of all. The sign and house in which Saturn are found tell us about the frustrations and restrictions that the individual faces and also tell us a great deal about that individual's internal pain.

Saturn shows us what we fear most. He shows us what depresses us most and where we feel most inadequate in life. Guilt and disappointment are often found where Saturn lurks too. What we must remember, however, is that the Saturn principle is very necessary for our growth. The pain and frustration push us on to greater achievements and allow us to grow in consciousness.

Saturn's lessons can be hard but if we learn them well we can be capable of great achievements in the area of the chart which he touches. The important thing with Saturn is to accept responsibility for our actions and our fate and understand the value of patience. Saturn's delays can lead us into a journey of self-discovery and a life-long process of education. The ensuing wisdom and self-discipline can bring us the sense of accomplishment we feel when we have created our own destiny through our own efforts.

Uranus

Uranus marks the area of the birth-chart where we are most in touch with our originality and independence.

Uranus encourages us to rebel against what is and to forge a new path. We may do this regardless of what our families have encouraged us to believe or value and regardless of what elements of security we might lose in the process.

Where do we most desire to show our non-conformity? Where are we most likely to experience changes in life? Which circumstances of our lives are subject to alteration?

Where is the best outlet for our urge to be a free spirit? As Uranus spends a seven year period of time in each sign, all those people born in one generation will have Uranus in the same sign. For this reason, the house position of Uranus is regarded as being more important than the sign position. Nevertheless, Uranus' movement through the signs tells us a great deal historically about the ways in which innovations and technological advances will occur.

Eyes :

When the ends of the eyes are red, it denotes that such a person is very popular amongst the fair sex. When the eyes are red, they indicate passionate nature. When the eyes are deep sunk and deep set, such persons may be wicked and unfaithful. The persons with yellow colored eyes are not contented in their life. If the eyes are white, it shows intelligence, if wheatish, the man likes to work with his own hands. When the eyes are round, the person is brave or a thief.

Neptune

Neptune symbolises our ideals and shows us where we yearn for perfection and merging. Neptune heightens our perceptions, giving us the capacity for compassion and imagination.

If Neptune is strong in the birth-chart, the individual will be highly creative, with a potential for self-sacrifice.

Negatively, Neptune can lead an individual into deceptions and hypersensitivity. Neptune is connected with our fantasies, with our dream world and therefore with drugs and alcohol, the theatre, television, films and religion. Neptune is all that is mysterious in life. This planet can dissolve one reality and replace it with another taking us towards dissolution or allowing us to contact higher realms.

The sign placement of Neptune will apply to all those people born within the same thirteen-year period as this is the time it takes for Neptune to transit through the whole of one sign. Therefore, it is the house placement and house ruler ships of Neptune and its aspects to other planets that make it significant for the individual.

Pluto

Pluto is the planet of death and re-birth, disintegration and regeneration. Pluto symbolises the most unconscious part of ourselves and yet the most powerful drive within us. Whichever area of the chart this planet touches, it forces us to deal with crisis and if we co-operate with this enormous influence, personal growth can ensue.

We must learn the lesson of letting go with Pluto. Possessiveness and compulsion must give way to the acceptance of the need to relinquish old attitudes, emotions and possessions. Pluto moves very slowly, taking between twelve and thirty-one years to move through each sign.

The sign in which Pluto is placed is very important generally but it is the house position and aspects which are crucial in the natal chart, though of course these are coloured by the sign too. As Pluto moves through each sign, it brings out crucial and permanent changes in humanity's attitudes and experiences.

Moon

The Moon is the beautiful and fascinating part of the night sky, worshipped by primitive people who had noticed the influence of its phases on their lives. For example, the Moon Goddess of ancient mythology, Diana, ruled nature and fertility, so pregnant women made offerings to her in the hope of an easy labour and a healthy child.

The gravitational pull of the Moon on the Earth creates tidal movements and determines the feeding habits of sea creatures such as oysters. The menstrual cycle in women is strongly affected by the Moon, naturally occurring at either the New of the Full Moon and rarely in between.

Accident and crime rates and admissions to mental institutions all increase at the time of the Full Moon. Hence the term 'lunatic' which stems from the obvious lunar influence. The Moon transits through one sign in two to two-and-a-half days and its progression through each sign will result in marked changes in the mood of the masses and public opinion. We are perhaps more aware of the Moon's movements than those of any other planet.

We can see, very obviously, the waxing and waning phases of the Moon as it grows progressively larger and smaller throughout the month. The relationship between the Sun, the Moon and the Earth is called the Lunation Cycle. As the Moon moves around the Earth, it will reflect varying amounts of the Sun, depending on the angle between the two as we look from Earth. At New Moon, the surface of the Moon is completely dark and at Full Moon it is completely lit up. In astrological interpretation, our Moon sign tells us everything we need to know about how we work on an emotional, intuitive level.

The Moon describes our childhood, our roots and what helps us to feel safe. Our Moon sign shows us what will be our first, instinctive reaction to new events or people. The Moon tells us a great deal about our mother, or chief nurturing parent, and our domestic situation in childhood and in adult life. The sign in which the Moon is placed even tells us something about our food preferences.

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