The descendant is directly across from the ascendant (As) in the chart, in the three o’clock position (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Natal Chart is a stylized map of the universe with the “native” (the individual or subject to be studied) at the center. It is calculated for the exact time and location of the native’s birth for the purposes of gaining insight into the native’s personality and potential. Commonly used alternative names for the natal chart include birth chart, horoscope, natus, nativity, radix, geniture and genethliac chart, among others. The chart shows the positions of the sun, moon, planets, and potentially other celestial objects, all referred to as the native’s “planets,” within the frames of references defined by the astrological signs and houses.Please use the link bellow for your personal birth chart and interpretation:
Calculate your interactive composite (compatibility) chart and display it with your favourite options along with the detailed listing of positions and aspects! The composite chart is a quite recent synastry technique which emerged in the early ’70s. Ronald Davison and Robert Hand are among the astrologers who contributed to broaden its use for the assessment of the level of compatibility between two charts. The technique consists in calculating the mid-point of pairs of planets, angles, and foci of the partners’ natal charts.
A transit is the position and movement of a planet on a given day, used in reference to planets that pass over or aspect a natal planet or cross a natal house. These personal interpretations are sort of a newspaper horoscope written only for you. If you don-t know your birth time, do not pay any attention the aspects of the planets to the ascendant. The duration of the transits vary. The transits of the important planets, i.e. the ones further away from the Sun, have the greatest influence and determine the most important events in life.
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