Any Aquarius placements of planets and astrological points such as the Part of Fortune, Black Moon Lilith, the South Node, the North Node or the Vertex.

Natal Venus in Aquarius

Natal Venus in Aquarius

With your natal Venus in Aquarius, this winter air sign will blend with the planet of affection, giving to it a lot of eccentric characteristics and making it rather unpredictable. Venus is generally governing pleasure and what attracts us, attachment to material things and subconscious urges to claim and make something our possession. It rules what we appreciate and brings us comfort, and of course feelings that can be described under the category “love”. Aquarian energy will make the native a free spirited and spontaneous person, who will frequently prefer to be independent rather than commit to one relationship. This placement will create a person who searches uniqueness in his significant others, and can frequently get bored if he spends too much time with someone. Aquarius is the eleventh sign…

Aquarius Ascendant

Aquarius Ascendant

The Ascendant or Rising sign is the name given to the sign on the eastern horizon during the time of birth of an individual. Having an Aquarius Ascendant means that during your birth, the sign of Aquarius was rising from above the ground, the same way that the Sun rises. People who have Aquarius as their rising sign, have Uranus (Aquarius’ ruling planet) as their overall chart ruler. Before the discovery of Uranus, planet Saturn was being considered as the ruler of the sign, and even now many astrologers regard him as the co-ruler. Thus, the condition of Saturn may appear helpful in understanding the functions of the native’s Ascendant too. Uranus is considered the most unpredictable planet, and the one that grants the most altruistic views on life to…

Natal Mercury in Aquarius

Natal Mercury in Aquarius

When a person has his natal Mercury in Aquarius, the sign will grant a big part of its attributes to everything that Mercury represents in his chart. As Mercury is generally governing our intellect and communication, Aquarian energy will make the native’s expression quite pioneering and rebellious. Such people will be using a lot of innovative technologies for transmitting information, and can be very good multi-taskers. Aquarius is the eleventh sign of the zodiac, and has planet Uranus as its ruling celestial body. Aquarius is also the natural ruler of the eleventh house, which rules social groups and organizations, while also our friends and volunteering. In addition, the house is responsible for our biggest dreams and hopes. This makes Aquarius Mercury people visionaries of new social structures, frequently spreading their…

Natal Moon in Aquarius

Natal Moon in Aquarius

When a person has his natal Moon in Aquarius, the sign will grant a big part of its attributes to everything that the Moon represents in his chart. As the Moon is generally governing our emotional parts, Aquarius energy will make the native’s emotions quite changeable, and their patterns unpredictable. On the other hand, Aquarius will grant to emotions a very altruistic approach, and will prompt the native to radiate them towards groups rather than individuals. Aquarius is the eleventh sign of the zodiac and has the planet Uranus as its ruling celestial body. Before the discovery of Uranus (which was first named Herschel), the planet Saturn was considered to be the ruler of Aquarius. Still, many astrologers use Saturn as the co-ruler of the sign. Aquarius is a fixed…

Natal Sun in Aquarius

Natal Sun in Aquarius

When a person has his natal Sun in Aquarius, it means that he belongs to the zodiac sign of Aquarius. Aquarius is the eleventh sign of the zodiac, and has planet Uranus as its ruling celestial body. Before Uranus was discovered, Saturn was being considered as its ruler, and still remains as a co-ruler. The period of Aquarius starts on the 20th of January and lasts until the 18th of February. Slight differences in the exact hours can occur because we should not forget that every fourth year has one day more than the others. The Sun is the brightest object in the sky, the life-giving star of our Solar System, and also the most important celestial body in astrology. Also called Sol, the Sun is impersonated by the ancient…