How planets play the major role to create a Natal Chart/ Birth Chart

Our horoscopes can solve our everyday experiences and support us explain how the planets' actions such as Saturn's transition into Capricorn trigger massive, life-changing transform. But let's take a step back: How does this process of understanding the locations and actions of the planets even work? What is the meaning of a zodiac sign, and how are the signs induced by the planets? These questions are primary to get the basics of reading your birth chart, which exhibits the location of the planetoids in the sky at the time of your birth. An analysis of this chart, also called a natal chart, can give deep penetration into your personality, motivations, and desires. Let's take a look at how the art of astrology and the craft of reading birth charts made, and how you can apply it too.

What does astrology have to do with the stars?

Humans have stargazed for the dawn of time. Over thousands of years, our ancient ancestors tracked awesome happenings such as eclipses and short-range comets, as well as regular cyclical patterns. Peculiar twinkling star groups were considered "constellations," while fixed, astronomical bodies were identified as "planets." Underneath the quiet of the velvety night sky, the moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn understood as the "classical planets" were found. The early Babylonians created the zodiac by dividing the sky into twelve sections, each named after the largest planets it contained. The zodiac calendar both appeared time and gave predictions: The Babylonians understood that the evolution of planets, called transits, corresponded with both favorable events and disasters on earth. The Romans chose the zodiac at the dawn of the first century, developing the roles of the stars and planets through mythology. It was at that intersection of careful observation and epic traditions that astrology was born.

As centuries, astrology was at the heart of science, medicine, philosophy, and magic. The Secret axiom "as above, so below" signified the belief that the vast, strange nature of the universe shows the microcosm of humans' experiences. The arrival of the telescope and similar discovery of the so-called "modern planets" Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto completed the astronomical puzzle. Though the function of astrology has replaced today we still see the planets as the ancient Babylonians did.

What do the planets symbolize?

Though astrology is a large, complex, and highly specialized study, the core principles are sincere: A birth chart is a picture of the sky at the moment of your birth. It shows the exact location of each of the planets and which planets they occupied. In some birth charts, all the planets are in the same zodiac; in others, they're scattered across the sky. The distance between these planets is important since each has its celestial function. Let's get a look at each important entity in the sky.

The Sun

When someone charges you what your sign is, whether or not they know it, they're asking about the place of the sun at your moment of birth. The sun signifies our fundamental essence. This active astronomical body represents our ego, sense of self, basic character, and general preferences. The sun governs the zodiac sign, Leo, the active, dynamic fire sign that emits both bravery and theatricality. It takes around one month to transit or move across a zodiac sign.

The Moon

The moon's gravitational pull manages the climate and oceanic waves. Within astrology, the moon represents our sensitive inner world. While the sun reveals our outer experience, the moon symbolizes everything below the surface. It represents the spiritual defense of our most private selves. The moon commands the zodiac sign Cancer, the sensitive, protective water sign that represents nurture, comfort, and security. The moon is the fastest moving astronomical body in the sky and gets about two and a half days to transit a zodiac sign.


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The smallest and inner planet of the solar system, Mercury is named after the Roman god who served as a messenger to the gods. Within astrology, Mercury means communication. While the moon reflects our sensations, Mercury reflects thought and rationality. Mercury uses its sharp mind and relentless interest to analyze, sort, and classify, helping us integrate and articulate complex ideas. Mercury commands both air sign Gemini and earth sign Virgo, each representing a distinct side of Mercury’s expression: Gemini is output, while Virgo is input. Mercury takes 13 or 14 days to transition a zodiac sign and goes retrograde three or four times per year.


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Named following the enchanting Roman goddess, Venus is the active planet that represents beauty, love, and money. Known in traditional astrology as a "benefit" (Jupiter is the other benefic), Venus boasts a favorable impact. Tolerant Venus is happiest when growing: Fine wines, extended baths, and aromatic moisturizers join with the Venusian spirit. Venus's highbrow tastes reveal our interest in art and culture, while its romantic sensitivities reveal our idealized understanding of love. Both earth sign Taurus and the air sign Libra are directed by Venus, each denoting a different side of Venus's appearance: Taurus is physical, while Libra is cerebral. Venus takes around four to five weeks to transit a zodiac sign and goes retrogressive every 18 months.


The Red Planet is known for its fighting cry. Named after the Roman god of war, Mars signifies action, determination, and aggression. Its passionate spirit often reveals when we're racing to meet a deadline, running to catch a flight, or fighting for a selective position. Mars is the fire under our donkey, providing the adrenaline-charged boost of energy that fuels change. It also shows our physical passion and desire. This planet commands Aries, the automatic fire sign known for its high-octane vivacity. Mars takes around six to seven weeks to transit a zodiac sign and goes retrogressive every two years.


The largest planet in the solar system, Jupiter or Zeus, in Greek mythology is remembered for its colossal presence. Referred to as the "Great Benefic" in traditional astrology, Jupiter signifies fortune, philosophy, affluence, and spirituality. This large planet governs expansion, encouraging us to widen our scope and broaden our horizons through philosophy, spirituality, and education. Jupiter governs Sagittarius, the courageous fire sign known for its thrill-seeking disposition. Jupiter takes around 12 to 13 months to transit a zodiac sign and goes retrogressive each year for around 120 days.


The ringed gas bulk is associated with time, regulations, and restrictions. On a good day, Saturn signifies hard work, professional achievements, and faithful resilience. On a bad day, however, Saturn can be harsh and indifferent, forcing us to learn through tough love and difficult challenges. Though this planet has an odd way of showing its love, Saturn does have our best interest in mind. It simply needs us to play by the rules. Saturn commands Capricorn, the enterprising earth sign known for its tireless ambition, and takes around two and a half years to transit each sign. It goes recessive each year for around 140 days.


Uranus is unique: It’s the first planet found by a telescope, the only celestial body named after a Greek deity, and is tilted so far on its axis that it orbits the sun on its side. Fittingly, Uranus signifies technology, rebellion, and innovation. This revolutionary planet hates the rules and is always keen to help groundbreaking, dynamic change. Uranus can have unexpected effects. It commands Aquarius, the free-thinking air sign recognized for its peculiarity and uniqueness. Uranus takes about seven years to transit each sign and goes retrogressive each year for around 150 days.


Neptune's bright azure color perfectly complements its astrological importance. Named after the Roman god of the sea, Neptune commands the magical, mysterious extent of the spiritual unknown. When a thick fog rolls beyond the ocean, it's difficult to recognize the separation between the water and the sky. Similarly, Neptune's power subsists at the junction of illusion and reality. On a good day, Neptunian energy is remarkably creative and powerfully psychic. On a bad day, though, Neptune can enhance delusional and escapist. When Neptune's power is felt, explore your imagination, but recognize to throw down support: You never want to get failed at sea. Neptune commands Pisces, the natural water sign recognized for its unbelievable imagination and psychic powers. The planet takes around 14 years to transit each sign and goes retrogressive each year for around 150 days.


Though this icy astronomical body didn't measure up to the astronomical definition of a planet, by astrological standards, Pluto is still a remarkably big deal. Pluto signifies power, transformation, destruction, and regeneration. Named after the Roman god of the underworld, Pluto's power is rooted in benightedness. This beguiling planet seamlessly slides into complex infrastructures, simply transforming systems from the inside. Pluto reminds us that for us to show change, we must release the past. It is connected with Scorpio, the temporary water sign defined by its inscrutable disposition. Pluto takes about 14 to 30 years to transit each sign and goes retrogressive each year for around 185 days.

How do we put this all together and start interpreting birth charts?

Studying the planets about the zodiac is a critical step in starting your journey into the stars. The planets with short orbits move across the zodiac often and are particular to an individual's date and time of birth. Connected to as the inner planets, they involve the sun, moon, Mercury, Venus, and Mars, and they directly affect our unique personalities and day-to-day activities. The planets on the other side of the asteroid zone are referred to as the outer planets. These astronomical bodies Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto move many more slowly, changing signs each one to thirty years. The outer planets describe larger life themes, as well as encounters shared by generations.

The importance of the outer planets in a birth chart is determined by the houses they reside in. A birth chart is split into twelve sections assigned to as houses. Every house represents an area of life: Houses one within six address everyday activities and earthly matters such as personal finances, the home, and routines; houses seven through 12 associate to more complex concepts, including philosophy, legacy, and psychic abilities. The placement of the planets in the houses exhibits where we save our energy, as well as our strengths and weaknesses.


For example, if your natal moon is in delicate Cancer in the seventh house, the house that represents committed partnerships, your moving happiness may be much related to your relationships. If your natal Mars is in logical Virgo in the eleventh house, the house correlated to humanitarianism, you may be motivated to help others in very effective ways. The unique placement of the planets in the houses is defined by your rising sign, also identified as your ascendant. This is the zodiac sign that was on the eastern horizon at the precise moment of your birth. Your rising sign creates the whole architecture of your birth chart and defines your planetary chart ruler, the planet connected with your chart. This rising sign also defines our outer experience: If your sun sign writes the speech, your rising sign is how the speech is surrendered. As astrologers explain it, it's the "mask worn in public." It reveals how you're seen by others and how you interface with the world. Whether you try to shift a professional astrologer or simply obtain knowledge of your birth chart, getting the planets, signs, and houses can show the complex intensities of astrological knowledge. Give lots of time with your birth chart: Your capacity to understand the placements in it will be strengthened as you apply the chart to your everyday life. Don't be scared to create narratives and make bold conclusions. After all, that is how the solar system was found. At the core of astrology, the cosmic warrior is the permanent belief that the human spirit mirrors the universe: Both are magnificently diverse and extremely mysterious. And finally, astrology is the art of stargazing. Your interests will always illustrate the darkness.

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