What Is My Birth Chart Astrology

A birth chart is nothing more than a physical representation of the sky at the time of your birth.

A birth chart appears to be a large 12-slice pie chart at first glance. Those 12 parts are referred to as “Houses, to be precise. Each House is associated with one of the 12 zodiac signs and is an important aspect of our lives. Libra, for example, rules the 7th House of connections and long-term relationships.

So, what about those center lines? Those lines are referred to as “Conjunctions, trines, sextiles, squares, and oppositions are all represented by aspects. They show how your natal planets communicate with one another in your horoscope. You can tell how strong the connection is as well as what type of connection it is by looking at the thickness and color of the line.

To understand a Natal Chart, you must take into account these three factors: 1) the planet’s zodiac sign, 2) the House in which the planet is located, and 3) the relationships the planet has with other planets. A birth chart can clarify intricate facts about your personality, worries, strengths, insecurity, family, childhood, and so much more using this information as a guiding force.

What factors influence your horoscope?

You’ll need three items to find your birth chart: the date, time, and location of your birth. (You’ll have to text your mother or find your birth certificate.) Fill out the form on an online birth chart calculator, such as Cafe Astrology, once you have that information.

Is there any significance to your horoscope?

According to Belgrave, a well-made chart can reveal information about “you, your family, the life you were born into, and what your soul is striving to heal and/or achieve in this lifetime.”

Do soulmates have birth charts that are similar?

What you may not realize is that when two soulmates’ birth charts are compared, they nearly always have certain features in common that reveal the nature of their relationship to a trained astrologer.

How can I locate my birth chart in the absence of time?

Because of the Earth’s daily rotation, the planets and the sky are always in motion. A freeze-frame is provided by your birth chart. It’s a photograph of the sky taken at the time and place when you first entered the world. For an accurate chart reading, you must know your exact birth time, date, and location.

The Moon, for example, changes signs every 2-3 days. Only your birth time can tell you what sign the Moon was in when you were born if you were born on a day when it moved from one sign to another.

Rising indicators change even more quickly. The ascendant (also known as the rising sign) is the sign that is currently climbing over the Eastern horizon. This is the point in your birth chart that most closely symbolizes you: your body, your vitality, and your sense of self. This sign forms your 1st House of self and identity because it is so unique to you. The sign after that becomes your 2nd House of assets, resources, and livelihood, and the sign after that forms your 3rd House of communication, everyday life, siblings, and extended family, among other things. You won’t know which signs match to which residences unless you know your rising sign.

Every 1-2 hours, rising signs move, with the entire zodiac rolodexing over the horizon in a 24-hour period. Furthermore, every couple of minutes, the exact degree ascending (that is, the degree of your ascendant) advances. That’s why, in astrology, your rising sign is so essential, and why we put so much emphasis on it in the CHANI app. It is one-of-a-kind to you.

The same can be stated for your birth chart’s other anchors. The exact time, day, and location of your birth establish the points of your MC (which represents your career and public duties), IC (home, family, and roots), and DC (close relationships).

If you don’t know your birth time, there are a variety of ways to work with your chart, but we wanted to provide you some ideas on how to find the most accurate astrological analysis possible. It helps if you know and interact with your parents and caregivers because different hospitals, states, and nations have varied protocols when it comes to documenting births. That is not an option for many persons who have been adopted or whose parents are deceased or have lost contact.

Age can also be a factor. It may be more difficult to locate earlier data, while this is not always the case, and/or some hospitals only began recording birth times after a certain date.

Leave no stone unturned

If there is research to be done, go ahead and do it. It doesn’t mean your birth time wasn’t recorded just because you don’t see it on your birth certificate at home. Many people have only their short-form birth certificate, which is effectively a certified statement that the long-form certificate exists. It usually provides the most important information, such as your birthdate, but not the time. The document recorded in the hospital is the long-form birth certificate. It frequently includes other information, such as the names of the parents, their dates of birth, the name of the hospital, and, yes, the time of birth.

Call the local government office in charge of birth records to obtain a long-form certificate. In your area, this can be referred to as the “vital statistics ministry,” “department,” or “office,” or something different entirely. Depending on where and when you were born, it could be state-wide, provincial-wide, county-wide, or parish-wide.

Before you order the certificate, make sure the birth time is correct on the record. With astrology’s current popularity, even normalization, you won’t be the only one who makes this request.

Alternatively, you might contact the hospital where you were born. They might be able to inform you who keeps those documents if they don’t keep them themselves.

Finding your long-form birth certificate is always the best option, even if your caregivers or parents believe they know when you were born. The majority of those there at your birth were preoccupied with other things, and their memories are less reliable than you may think. Remember that your rising sign might alter in a matter of minutes, so if feasible, get a precise time rather than one rounded to the hour.

Go digging

Examine ancient baby books, photo albums, attic boxes, scrapbooks, family bibles, and other items. It’s possible that your long-form certificate was misplaced, or that a meticulous caregiver, parent, or grandparent meticulously recorded the hour of your birth in their notebook.

Ask around

Inquire of your parents, caretakers, or anyone who may have witnessed your birth, such as a relative or family friend. As noted, finding a document with your precise birth time is ideal, but if you can narrow down your options for your rising sign by the hour or approximate time of day, that can help you identify your Moon and narrow down your chances for your rising sign.

Rectify your chart

You can try to have your chart corrected by an astrologer who specializes in this technique as a final option. There will always be some learning through trial and error. Although chart correction is not an exact science, it does work successfully for certain people. While we don’t provide recommendations for astrologers who undertake this work, we recommend reaching out to your networks (or inquiring on Twitter?) to see if anyone you know works with a reputable astrologer.

What are the three major astrological signs?

Growing up, you were undoubtedly asked what your zodiac sign was a few times. Perhaps you recognized yourself in the description, or perhaps it didn’t feel quite right. The reason for this is because your zodiac sign (also known as your sun sign) is simply a small part of your horoscope, whereas each of us has a full map of planets that influenced our birth. You may receive a much more realistic picture of your personality by learning about your full horoscope and all of its placements!

Finding out what your “big three placements” arethe sun, the moon, and the ascendantis the first step in getting to know your horoscope. These three planets each represent a different aspect of you, and when combined, they form a remarkably accurate portrait of your personality. Here’s a quick rundown of these opportunities.

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 your North Node’s message to you?

The Moon’s North Node () and South Node () are in direct opposition to one another. They form the Nodal Axis when they work together.

They are mathematical points that take into account the relationship between the Sun, Moon, and Earth at the time of our birth, rather than planetary bodies. The Moon’s nodes are the locations on the ecliptic where the Moon’s orbit crosses the plane of the ecliptic.

The North Node reflects the types of experiences we need to cultivate in order to work with our karma and spiritually progress. The South Node reflects those attributes and experiences that come naturally to us, are over-developed, and we tend to rely on.

Unless we build the North Node experiences and attributes, the South Node can be a point of undoing. As a result, working consciously on these “life lessons” can lead to greater happiness and contentment.

We may find it challenging to feel personally successful if we overemphasize and rely on the traits of our South Node at the expense of growing our North Node.

The North Node/South Node in the Natal Chart is interpreted as follows:

Keys to Happiness and Fulfillment in Spiritual Life: The Nodes of the Moon in Astrology