Any placements of luminaries (the Sun and the Moon) in signs and astrological houses, and any aspects involving them in the natal chart.

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.…

The Moon: Rulership, Exaltation, Detriment and Fall

The Moon: Rulership, Exaltation, Detriment and Fall

The Moon is the second brightest object in the sky, and also the second most important celestial body in astrology. Also called Luna, the Moon is impersonated by the ancient Greek goddess Selene. The closeness of the Moon to the Earth has a very strong effect on the macrocosm, while astrologically it is connected with our emotions and feelings. In addition, the fluids of our bodies are also linked to it, as are also all the liquids of our Earth. Just look at the gravitational influence the Moon has on the tides of the sea, and you will understand how strong effects it can have on the endocrinology of our bodies. The Moon is ruling our moods and their changes, as it is the fastest moving object in the skies.…

The Sun: Rulership, Exaltation, Detriment and Fall

The Sun: Rulership, Exaltation, Detriment and Fall

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 Greek goddess Helios. Life on earth is literally empowered by the Sun’s energy, with it having an effect on all the biorhythms of live organisms. Astrologically, its influences are so important that most people only know the sign where their Sun is placed in, referring to it just as “their sign”. The Sun is ruling our vitality and self-perception, making any house it is placed in the epicenter of our life. It has a strong masculine energy, and in the natal chart depicts our father. In addition, it can also show relations with the male…