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ASTROLOGY 201: How to Interpret a Birth Chart Pt. 2

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  1. ASTROLOGY201: How to Interpret a Birth Chart Pt. 2 By Holly D'Angelo

  2. To learn astrology: “The Only Way To Learn Astrology” Vol. I, II,III Marion March and Joan McEvers To get a free chart: Astrodienst http://www.astro.com/ Resources

  3. Chart Patterns • Three general types: uniform, biform and triform • The patterns we have examples of: • Splash -Bucket • Locomotive -Fan • See-Saw -Wheelbarrow • Bowl • Bundle • See-Saw

  4. Example 1: Splash

  5. Example 2: Locomotive

  6. Example 3: Bowl

  7. Example 4: Bundle

  8. Example 5: See-Saw

  9. Example 6: Bucket

  10. Example 7: Fan

  11. Example 8: Wheelbarrow

  12. Final Signature • The final signature of the chart is the averaging of the elements and cardinalities of the planets to generate an overall “tone” to the personality • This is done by identifying a dominant element and a dominant cardinality

  13. Final Signature

  14. Final Signature

  15. Chart Ruler • The Chart Ruler is the planet that rules the rising sign. • As a general rule, if the planet of the rising sign is in the first house the person typifies the sign in appearance and demeanor. • The house of the Chart Ruler tells what part of life the person is most active in and where they really want to be

  16. Chart Ruler

  17. Retrograde Planets • A planet is said to be in retrograde when from our perspective on Earth it appears as if it is moving backwards in the sky • Planets in retrograde tend to work less obviously and more interiorly oriented • A lot of retrogrades adds a sense of mystery to the personality

  18. Sample Retrograde Planets

  19. Aspects • When a planet makes an angle that falls into certain parameters with another planet, this is called an aspect. • Aspects are relationships between planets • There are 6 major aspects that we will consider • Flowing aspects are the conjunct, trine and sextile • Challenging aspects are the square, inconjunt and opposition

  20. Aspect Chart

  21. The Aspectarian

  22. Conjunct 0

  23. Sample Conjunct

  24. Sextile 60 60 60 60 60 60

  25. Sample Sextile

  26. Square 90 90 90 90

  27. Sample Square

  28. Trine 120 120 120

  29. Sample Trine

  30. Inconjunct 150 150

  31. Sample Inconjunct

  32. Opposition 180 180

  33. Sample Opposition

  34. Configurations and Standouts • Major configurations • Stellium • T-Cross • Grand Cross • Grand Trine • Yod • Standouts are any lack of element, quality, aspect or aspects for a specific planet

  35. Sample Stellium

  36. Sample Stellium

  37. T-Crosses • A T-Cross is formed by two planets in opposition and one planet square to both • A dynamic configuration that gives self-drive • The planet at the arm assumes a great importance • Types of T-Crosses • Cardinal • Fixed • Mutable

  38. Cardinal T-Square

  39. Fixed T-Square

  40. Grand Cross • A grand cross is formed when there are two sets of planets in opposition that form 4 squares • Known as a type of “curse” in the chart • Types of Grand Cross • Cardinal • Fixed • Mutable

  41. Grand Cross

  42. Grand Trine • A grand trine occurs when there are three planets, all in the same element, all at 120 degrees from each other • Types of Grand Trine • Fire • Water • Air • Earth

  43. Grand Air Trine

  44. Grand Earth Trine

  45. Grand Fire Trine

  46. Yod • A yod is defined as one planet inconjunct to two other planets which in turn are sextile to each other • These should be viewed as “learning opportunities” in an area where the personality needs to adjust

  47. Sample Yod

  48. Standouts • A standout is defined as any lack of element, cardinality or aspect in the chart, also any unaspected planet counts • This is technically part of the overview and should be done early on in the chart analysis

  49. Sample Standout: No Fire