Retrograde Planets in the Birth Chart

Retrograde Planets in the Birth Chart
Retrograde Planets in the Birth Chart: “Woman Drying Her Hair” by Joseph DeCamp (1898)

Retrograde planets in the natal chart usually indicate an evolutionary need to undo or redo something with regards to the archetypal symbolism of that planet. In this post, I will briefly* address the possible meaning(s) of each retrograde planet in the birth chart, regardless of all other possible factors which may modify these basic interpretations. Therefore, please keep in mind that these are only possibilities rather than certainties: Continue reading “Retrograde Planets in the Birth Chart”

Chiron in the Birth Chart (Pt. 1: Houses 1, 2, 3)

Chiron in 1st House, Chiron in 2nd House, Chiron in 3rd House
Chiron in the 3rd House: “Portrait of Picasso” by Juan Gris (1912)

[This is a continuation from the previous post]. In the following post, I will address Chiron in 1st House, Chiron in Aries, or Chiron in aspect to Mars; Chiron in 2nd House, Chiron in Taurus, or Chiron in aspect to Venus; and Chiron in 3rd House, Chiron in Gemini, or Chiron in aspect to Mercury: Continue reading “Chiron in the Birth Chart (Pt. 1: Houses 1, 2, 3)”

From Pluto to the Sun: A Metaphoric Journey of the Soul (Pt. 3)

From Pluto the Sun: Mercury, Sun and Moon in the Birth Chart
“Simultaneous Contrasts: Sun and Moon” by Robert Delaunay (1912-1913)

[This is a continuation from the previous post].In the eight station, Mercury teaches the soul how to acquire “knowledge” of self and the other(s). The world at large has to be perceived and analyzed at Mercury Station, and the soul aspires to learn the mundane “language” of the mortals (as opposed to the jovial “language” of gods, earlier imparted by Jupiter). Continue reading “From Pluto to the Sun: A Metaphoric Journey of the Soul (Pt. 3)”