The Sun in Houses: all the characteristics of the Sun in astrology, when placed in any of the twelve astrological houses.

Natal Sun in the 6th House

Natal Sun in the 6th House

When the Sun is placed in the 6th house of a natal chart, it has a very strong effect on the native’s perception of employment. In addition, as the 6th house rules the body’s condition, the presence of our bright Star will make health matters an important part of the native’s life. Having the natal Sun in the 6th house might be a tricky placement, especially concerning one’s health. Even though the Sun illuminates the house’s matters, giving a rather good vitality and an abundance of energy, difficult aspects to the Sun might complicate one’s health. The Sun is rather vulnerable when in the sixth house; when well aspected it can act as a great shield, on the contrary, adverse aspects can create an Achilles foot to the native. The…

Natal Sun in the 5th House

Natal Sun in the 5th House

The Sun feels at home in the 5th house, because this house is traditionally ruled by Leo. This is a very good natal placement, enhancing the native’s recreational life, love affairs and gives a very playful character. It is a very good natal placement for having children and raising them. Nevertheless, some minor problems can occur with the individual’s ego; it can become inflated to a dramatic point. Already from his childhood age, the native develops great athletic abilities and is very interested in all types of fun and recreation. He is competitive and pleasures loving, a rather popular child at his school and good at developing Alpha male tendencies. In case the chart owner is a woman, she likes to play with the other boys and many times wins,…

Natal Sun in the 4th House

Natal Sun in the 4th House

With the Sun in the 4th house of the natal chart, an individual considers his family affairs like a basis during all his life. The native’s biggest dream is to create a big family, own a big house and become the respected leader among them, connecting all of his kin under his presence. Such a placement creates a person who loves traditions and will somehow invest efforts in preserving them. As the fourth house is responsible for roots, the home and the family where the individual is born, having the brightest object in the sky in this house illuminates all affairs that it rules. This placement tends to bring prosperity in the latter parts of one’s life, as he chooses to progress slowly yet steadily. A native with the Sun…

Natal Sun in the 3rd House

Natal Sun in the 3rd House

Having the Sun in the 3rd house means being born a little bit after the middle of the night, and when the Sun is placed here it is blending its energy with the characteristics of Mercury and Gemini. This is a very good natal placement and will definitely give a vivid everyday routine, making the small things of life exciting. As the 3rd house is ruling intelligence, the presence of the sky’s brightest object is empowering all affairs ruled by the house. These areas are becoming the basis of the native’s existence, a very important part of their life and development. A child born with this natal placement will be an early bloomer regarding his intellectual skills. He will start talking early and be rather talkative and hyper-energetic. The immediate…

Natal Sun in the 2nd House

Natal Sun in the 2nd House

Having the Sun in the house of material possessions and wealth, makes the natal chart owner be strongly connected to his belongings. Indeed, the Sun is responsible for one’s personal shining, and depending on where it is placed in the native’s chart, it makes the life departments ruled by the placement very important for him. Having some possessions brings to such a person pride, providing him security on which he can later build on. Especially in a man’s horoscope, the Sun in the 2nd house makes belongings really important for his self-esteem. In a woman’s chart, the effects are similar, although a little lighter. In addition, she might have the strong need to be proud of her father’s power and prosperity, as the Sun is representing the father in a…

Natal Sun in the 1st House

Natal Sun in the 1st House

Having the Sun in the 1st house means being born right before sunrise, and from the ancient years, it was believed that it is a good omen for the newborn’s life. The Rising Sun located in the first house grants its light to the person’s body and character, making the native a beautiful person with a strong presence among others. This aspect empowers self-confidence and helps projecting power towards others; the native is a born leader and the masses find in him the bright light that they yearn to follow. The strong leadership abilities are a result of the Sun’s presence in the traditional house of Aries; the Sun in the 1st house is a fighter, always willing to reach out and fight for the goals that the native establishes.…