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"An astrological chart describes inner substance. It's the stuff you're made of, the basic matter that forms the psyche. It is certainly what has been written, but it's unformed when you are born. It exists in potential. It hasn't been lived yet. And sooner or later it will seek to actualize itself." Dr. Liz Greene Ph.D., Astrologer and Jungian Analyst
"We are born at a given moment in a given place and like vintage years of wine we have the qualities of the year and of the season in which we are born. Astrology does not lay claim to anything else." Dr. C. G. Jung MD, the original Jungian Analyst
This is a cut corners, crash course in astrology. Before we're finished, I want you to understand more about real, bona fide, astrology than 90% of the rest of the population does. (Although, you'll probably gain just enough understanding to make you dangerous.) You might want to bookmark this page, since there might be more here than you can comfortably digest at a single sitting. To find out all about you or someone else, you have to have your chart done by a professional who will do your chart accurately. Get a Complete Natal Chart done and have it emailed to you or a friend in 24-72 hours!
Almost everyone knows what their "astrological Sun sign" is from reading the daily horoscopes in the newspaper. Sun Sign Astrology is just the tip of a huge iceberg. What most folks don't realize is that at the moment of a person's birth - in real, bona fide, astrology each of the planets in our solar system has a correlation with regard to the human personality depending on:
Four major concepts in Astrology are:
I - Planets - raw energy (these are the Verbs of Astrology)
II - Zodiac Signs - patterns of energy (these are the Adverbs of Astrology) you know - the twelve signs, Aries - Pisces
III - Aspects - these are different connections between the planets
IV - Houses - where the energy/patterns (planets/signs) take place
So astrologers attempt the difficult task of cohesively pulling together and synthesizing the ways that the planets, signs, aspects, and houses in a person's birth chart all work together to form a whole. We look for major repeated themes in the birth chart. And we look for a thousand other "things" that aren't part of a cut corners, crash course in astrology.