In astrology, your “Big 6” or “Big 3” refers to the sun, moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, and your rising sign, which are the most important planets in your natal chart.
These planets, together with the rising sign, work together in your birth chart to describe your self-expression. Each of these celestial bodies has its own distinct meaning, and when combined with the zodiac signs, they add to your astrological compass (also known as your birth chart) and provide insight into a variety of your behaviors.
While the rising sign isn’t a planet, it is in the sign that represents the start of your consciousness. The sun, moon, Mercury, Venus, and Mars all reflect various elements of your life, personality, and how you connect with others, among other things.
Because these are the nearest celestial bodies to Earth, they have a greater impact on us than the outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto). The sun and moon are the “mom and dad” of the sky, working together to transform light and being the only planets that never station retrograde.
Mercury, Venus, and Mars, on the other hand, station retrograde on a regular basis and have an impact on how we interact, connect, and express ourselves based on their direct or retrograde movement, as well as the signs and houses in which they are positioned in our birth charts.
What are the six main indicators?
Every driver should be familiar with six fundamental sign shapes.
- Stop. The stop sign, which is a red octagon with white letters, indicates that you should come to a complete stop and double-check that the road is free before going.
- Crossing of the railway.
- Zone of Education (New)
- Zone of Education (Old)
What are my three major indicators?
When most individuals think of astrology, their solar sign is often the first thing that comes to mind. After all, that’s the sign you’d check up when reading your horoscope or researching your cosmic compatibility with your crush. Understanding the differences between your sun, moon, and rising signs is a crucial place to start if you’re ready to delve deeper into your own astrology.
In astrology, your “big three signs” are your sun, moon, and rising sign.
Consider them your most important astrological data. These three signs are quite essential in your horoscope, and each is in charge of a different aspect of your personality and total self. While the sun represents your core self and the moon your inner self, you might consider your rising sign to be reflective of your outward self.
Even if you don’t believe in astrology, it’s just a matter of time before someone asks you for your big three, so now is the time to practice. Let’s go through the basic meanings and differences of the sun, moon, and rising signs so you may start looking into your birth chart and using astrology to your advantage. Continue reading to learn more about this crucial astrological trifecta.
In astrology, what does house 6 represent?
Health, wellness, and daily activities, including odd occupations, are associated with the Sixth House. Whereas the body you are born with is in the First House, the decisions you make during your life shape the body you have in the Sixth House. Naturally, our environment and life choices, such as self-care, a good work-life balance, and whether you spend enough (or too much!) time in the sun, have an impact on our health, so let this house serve as a reminder to take care of your physical and emotional well-being. Those whose natal planets are in this zone are generally driven by organization and structure, with a strong emphasis on time and calendar management. Planets transiting the Sixth House aid in the formation of habits and the reorganization of our routines. Virgo energy is associated with this House.
House 6 is what sign?
The Virgo zodiac sign and the planet Mercury dominate the sixth house of a birth chart. The sixth house is concerned with one’s work, well-being, personal cleanliness, daily schedules, and responsibilities.
What are the four major astrological signs?
If you’re even remotely interested in astrology, you’re probably aware of your Sun sign. That’s your “primary zodiac sign,” the one established by your birthday and the one you tell people when they ask, “What is your sign?” You’re a Leo, a Cancer, or an Aquarius, for example.
You may also be aware that your birth chart contains far more information than your Sun sign. Every planet in the sky has a sign, including the Moon, Mercury, and Saturn, as well as certain points (like your Rising sign, determined by which sign was on the horizon when you were born).
The zodiac consists of 12 signs, each of which is broken down differently by astrologers. Fire, water, earth, and air are the four elements that each sign represents. If you’re a Pisces, for example, you can say you’re a water sign, or you can look at your entire birth chart and say that, while your Sun sign is a water sign, you also have a lot of planets in earth signs like Taurus and Virgo.
The signs are also divided into three qualities in astrology: cardinal, fixed, and changeable. These are referred to as modalities. Aries, Cancer, Libra, and Capricorn are the four cardinal signs. Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, and Aquarius are fixed signs, whereas Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces are mutable signs. Examine your horoscope for your Sun sign. What is its mode of operation? Examine your entire birth chart. Are there a number of planets in fixed, cardinal, or changeable signs in your horoscope?
What is your ascension?
Your rising or ascendant is the sign that was ascending on the eastern horizon at the moment of your birth. It refers to the picture you put out into the world, or the mask you wear, and it provides insight into your abilities, talents, and tactics for navigating life. If you’ve ever felt like people don’t recognize you as your sun sign right away, it’s because they’re probably seeing your rising.
What is the procedure for determining my astrological houses?
Okay. Houses. Have you ever heard the phrase “Mars is in your third house?” They’re talking about the part of the sky Mars was in when you were born. The house system divides the sky into 12 divisions and provides insight into various areas of your life according on which planets and constellations fall into which sectors when you were born. The zodiac constellation rising on the eastern horizon at the precise moment you were born determines your first house, which is why both the time and location of your birth are required to determine it. From there, the rest of your houses will be counted in order. Visuals for your chart can be found on sites like this one!
Here’s what each house could tell you about yourself and your life:
1. The First House denotes one’s own image.
2. The House of Money and Finances is represented by the Second House.
3. The Third House is associated with close platonic ties as well as our near surroundings.
4. The Fourth House is associated with children and family.
5. The Fifth House is associated with self-expression, creativity, and amusement.
6. Work and health are represented by the Sixth House.
7. Marriage and long-term relationships are represented by the Seventh House.
8. The House of Transformation and Sexuality is represented by the eighth house.
The Ninth House depicts faith and belief systems.
The tenth house is associated with careers and responsibilities.
11. Aspirations and personal ambitions are represented by the Eleventh House.
12. The Twelfth House is associated with secrets, seclusion, and karma.
Pay attention to your first, fourth, seventh, and tenth houses if your mind is spinning right now. They are usually given greater credit.
Houses are intriguing in that they can disclose or confirm your strengths and flaws. I wasn’t surprised to hear that Aries was in my second house, for example. Because Aries is a sign of ambition, passion, and volatile emotion, it’s no surprise that when it’s in my second house, which symbolizes money and finances, I’m very career-oriented and believe that my money must be earned. It’s also understandable that I’m prone to rash spending (shout-out to my unnecessarybut also necessaryshoe purchase a week ago). Oops.
A word about your rising sign. Your rising sign, also known as “the ascendant,” is the zodiac constellation that falls into your first house. It’s the most erratic and impossible to predict. If you move your birth time by even a few minutes, you can obtain different results. After your sun and moon signs, many astrologers believe this is your third most important placement. Your ascendant, as previously said, symbolizes your public persona. It can show up in your attire or practically any decision that has to do with your external appearance (such as hair color, piercings or overall style). It could also represent how you react to your immediate environment and how you approach everyday life.
Because my Aquarius ascendant is distinguished by originality and frequently rebellious style decisions, discovering my rising sign gave me the confidence to have a septum piercing, even though my friends believed it would be too “strange.”