First of all, the reason an astrologer (or astrology website) will ask for your date of birth, as well as, the exact time of birth and the location you where born, is so they can create a Natal Chart or Birth Chart (that circle pie chart looking thing with all the signs of the zodiac and stuff) that specifically relates to you. And, like a snowflake, no two charts are the same. Think of your Natal Chart like your very own celestial road map that gives a look into your personality and character, in addition to forecasting major life events, by examining the position and location of the planets in the heavens when you where born.
The Big Circle
Your Sun Sign
Next, each planet in your natal chart denotes other aspects of your personality. The planets are grouped into two categories: Personal planets (Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, and Mars) and Outer planets (Jupiter, Neptune, Saturn, Uranus, and Pluto).
Tomorrow, we discuss what each one of “the houses” mean and represent in your natal chart. In the meantime, I’d suggest getting a copy of your Natal Chart and diving into it now that you know what you’re looking at!
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