Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Open Discussion: How Did You Get Into Astrology?




In our newest Open Discussion, the topic is “how did you get into astrology?” I think this is an interesting question and one that you don’t often even think to ask your fellow astrology students or teachers. So, in the comment section below, tell me your story. What first attracted you to astrology? Were you a skeptic or were you always a believer? What did it feel like when you first had your birth chart done and had that door opened? Also, how have you learned astrology thus far? What has the learning process been like for you and what tools have you relied on?

I have already told my story of how I got into astrology a couple of times on here. So, this time, my personal contribution to this Open Discussion will be brief. Basically, I was around 18 and, without coincidence, it happened when I was going through my North Node Return in Aquarius in the 1st. I had always been a believer in astrology, as there’s just something in my nature that made it very easy for me to understand it. But, I was understanding it in a very limited way, based strictly off of the Sun signs. I was browsing online and happened to stumble across information about the other planetary placements and how to get your birth chart done. The rest is history!

Okay, not my most riveting story but I did write an entire article about this last year. So, I don’t want to monopolize and be that Leo who is telling the same story about themselves over and over. If you’re interested in my story of getting into astrology, you can check it out here: http://astroarena12.blogspot.com/2016/08/how-i-got-into-and-learned-astrology.html. Otherwise, let’s talk about you!

The session is now closed; at least, in terms of me responding to people and everything. Talk to you again soon! 

59 comments:

  1. I was probably about 12 when I stumbled upon a blogthings quiz that said "What is your rising sign?". Rising sign? I thought, what's that? I knew I was a Sagittarius but that's about it. The quiz results said I had a Gemini ascendant. Thought it was spot-on and so did my friends! And then I started reading more into this astrology thing and learned I was a Pisces moon! Made so much sense because back when the only thing that I knew about astrology were sun signs, I've always identified with the Pisces description for some reason and now I know why. More internet research led me to learning about my birth chart, and Alyssa Sharpe's videos really made me dive deep into the subject.

    I got my first birth chart reading from her and she was spot on, as usual. Made me recognize my strengths and how to work on my weaknesses.

    Now, I'm super into the nodes. I have a Virgo NN and Pisces SN. Go figure, another reason why I identified so much with Pisces energy was because it's what I know best. My comfort zone so to speak. I think this is also the reason why it was easy for me to believe in astrology, despite being a former skeptic like most people. I guess my Pisces SN means that I just have a natural understanding of spiritual things that can't be explained by science (yet?).

    I mostly just learned through Youtube astrologers, Alyssa Sharpe, Carolyn Mayberry, and some of the Peace dealer's videos. And of course, I love reading your blog Wayman! So in-depth and interesting insights about all things astrology.

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    1. Yes, every Virgo NN that I know of is very naturally spiritual and connected to the metaphysical because of that Pisces SN. The South Node is what comes easiest to us and you guys are just inherently on another wavelength - or planet, haha - because of the Pisces South Node.

      Question: is your Moon in Pisces also conjunct the South Node?

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    2. I don't think so, My Moon in Pisces is 3°16' but my NN and SN are both 15°06'. What would Moon conjunct the South Node entail?

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    3. No, it's too far away to be conjunct. I just asked that because having the Moon conjunct the SN would make you really identify with the Pisces energy. But, even though it's not conjunct, you are Pisces-like on such a deep level because both the Moon and SN are in this sign.

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  2. When I was younger I would always ask my mom about my sun sign, and I would always forget. But I was always interested. Astrology piqued my interest (and became a real presence in my life) during Pluto burrowing my third house! At about 14-15 I became very interested in esoteric information (I would eat it all up). When I found out about a natal chart I was so excited and relieved! I'd found a goldmine of information that would never end (a blueprint of myself that I could relate to). I remember would obsessively look at/for so many interpretations and observations and theories. It's only been the past two years maybe that I felt comfortable in feeling out my chart naturally, and not hoping that it was something else. I've never had a professional reading, but I have a few I would love to hear their voices on, especially you! And that's so interesting because I've also got Virgo NN and Pisces SN. And I feel you!

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    1. Well, yeah, if you ever want a birth chart reading, let me know. I'd love to. :) And yes, once you begin to get into it, it's like a whole new world opens up. There's so, so much to learn in the beginning. And the learning really never stops.

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  3. I can't ever remember a time when I didn't love being a Pisces. I used to get birthday cards with fish, even when i was 6. And I was always that odd person asking everyone when their birthdays were (i still am)!

    I bought Jonathan Cainer's book in the late 90s which was the turning point in beginning to learn about the other planets etc.

    But it really hit home 2 years ago, when I felt like I had lost my sense of self, my understanding of the world, my partner, and almost lost my life due to such severe depression...only to consult an astrologer who introduced me to the Nodes and Pluto...and yep, I was right in the middle of my Pluto square.

    Astrology saved my life. It gave me a grounding for understanding my place in this Universe. It gave me a timeframe for my suffering, and a map for hope in the future. It gave me a spiritual framework that explains the injustices of this world, and the purpose of existence. I'm a big fan :-)

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    1. I'm glad astrology helped you through that difficult time. It can be a true spiritual anchor in that way.

      And that's so funny that you've always loved being a Pisces. I was the same way about being a Leo and I was actually obsessed with lions as a kid (my favorite childhood movie was Lion King, hands down). It goes to show how archetypal this stuff can be.

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  4. I remember spending many hours of reading all sorts of supernatural and metaphysical books in a library when I was young. Being bullied at school and totally non-fitting, it felt like all of those astrology books were mocking of me stating that Pisces suns are emotionally vulnerable, altruistic, intuitive and soft. Back then I didn’t want to indentify myself into those statements since I desperately needed some strength and resilience that would give me confidence against those hard times at school. For a long time I really disliked to be a Pisces sun and felt like it was just too “mushy” to my taste. :)
    Finally, long after high school I went to polytechnic. It was a fresh start and I got friends. With one of them I shared many similar interests, one of being astrology. She asked if I had ever done an astrological chart for myself which strangely enough I hadn’t. Together we made one for me using some free software you could get from the internet. The chart seemed to clarify many questions I have had over the years, for example why had never felt like totally Pieces and wanted to have some order in my life ( I have a srong stellium in Capricorn) and when I did feel the Piscean energy it was really intensive and sometimes confusingly dark (Pieces in 8th).
    After that, I have become interested in astrology and read lot about it becoming more and more familiar with planet placements, houses and many more. Nowadays I sometimes wish that I would actually have more that Piscean energy on my chart, but that might be because of my NN in Pisces. I guess I am slowly becoming in terms with that intuitive and emotional side of myself and actually finding power from that.

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    1. A lot of Pisces people commenting! I'm wondering if your Pisces Sun is conjunct your North Node. Either way, you've had to mature and come into your own to become truly comfortable with your Pisces side because your North Node is there. So, it makes sense that you kind of resisted that part of yourself when you were growing up. I'm glad you are now at a place where you're loving and embracing your Pisces side because that's the path you're supposed to be on!

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    2. Aaws, Thanks Wayman for you lovely answer! ^_^ I actually have Venus in Pisces conjunct to my NN and Sun as well. I feel like that exalted Venus placement is that kicker for the self-love and accepting those deep feelings, while SN Virgo and Capricorn make me planning, goal setting and so on. Must admit, it has been (and still is) hard to find balance between of those two worlds of Pisces and Capricorn especially when and my Capricorn moon being in conjuct to Saturn (also Capricorn) wants to make it go like Elsa from Frozen “Conceal it, don’t feel it, don’t let it show”.


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    3. Oh, I'm sure. Moon conjunct Saturn in Capricorn does sound very heavy and I'm sure that it makes it more tempting to rely more on the earthy, controlled Virgo side of yourself. That might get easier for you when you have your Saturn Return soon. We were born in the same year, too, so good luck to both of us this time next year when we're in the middle of our Saturn Returns. :)

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    4. Yep, I so hope that the Saturn Return will go somewhat easy on both of us. You have Neptune and Uranus on Capricorn as well? I guess Saturn returning will affect to those too particulary if there are conjunctions between all of them, like in my case there are. :)


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    5. Yes, everyone born in 1989 has that triple conjunction between Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. So, Saturn's Return will definitely be affecting my Uranus and Neptune, too.

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  5. I was about 12 years old, maybe 11,when I met this real cool lady who was into astrology. She was very witchy in her own way. She mentioned my Aquarius moon (in the 10th house, conjunction my midheaven), and said that I had a short temper, which was definitely true. I've worked on my temperament a lot in my life. I don't have any predominant fire placements in my chart, except in Mars (Aries, 11th house). I was hooked then and started hand drawing chart for everyone! Now and days I look at TCM (traditional Chinese medicine) and Darmaha's doshas, and I've discovered that I am predominantly fire. Which makes total sense for my personality type because I am very sharp, energetic, and intense. Its odd, how my brain wants to connect things like a puzzle, I really enjoy it. Whether it's TMC, western astrology, ayurvedic, or the myers brigs 16 personality types, I am fascinated by discovering people's personality quirks. Lately, I can energetically examine people and there aruras. I can't see colors, however, I can catch a feeling or see something, it's hard to explain. Should I mention my North node in pisces now that sits in my tenth house? Since I was that little kid I've always been interested in occults, I'm a massage therapist today and I try to swim with the current of life. It just makes sense to me. One of my very best and dearest friends is a very scientist-eee like, atheist person and I always tell him after our in depth (and very respectful talks) that life is fun for me this way. It's like a logical stand point for my brain to interpret the world (maybe the Gemini rising, libra sun/Mercury).

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    1. It may be your Aquarius Moon/Midheaven, too. Aquarius is the sign of astrology and people with these placements usually have a very natural affinity to astrology and can really understand the logic behind it yet in a more intuitive way.

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  6. I was 12 or 13, and I bought a book by a popular astrologer that used to be on TV here in the UK. Reading it, I noticed that some of the Gemini description made sense, but some really didn't. And then I found out I had a Scorpio moon with that Gemini Sun, and it made so much sense.

    Later, working it out with huge tables and a calculator, pencil and paper, I found out other things that made sense. I also had a large amount of Scorpio energy in other areas (Sun, Venus and Mars in the 8th and Pluto conjunct Ascendent). So that was why the 'society hostess/social butterfly that a Libra ascendent was meant to be was not the case for me, influenced as it is by Pluto, making me look, act and feel rather more Scorpio than Libra.

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    1. Omg, tables and a calculator? I'm so glad I got into astrology during the age of the Internet where you can calculate a chart in seven seconds. I would go insane if I had to figure out people's charts by hand.

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  7. Hy, i got into astrology when i was 9 because of that anime called knight of the zodiac, and i remember thinking i had to be a leo since it was the coolest sign ( don't get ofended i was young). It's only years after that i started diging deeper especialy this year with my jupiter return in 8th and pluto transiting natal uranus conjunct neptune in 12th.
    Now that i understand astrology more, so much things makes sence, like how i can be so moody to some crazy extant ( moon in pisces aspect pluto, uranus, neptune, mars and mercury) or how even though i'm leo i can sometimes be so cool and detached ( aquarius rising) and also why at times i feel more like a scorpio due to pluto aspecting all my personal planets. I still am not that good in this craft but it's by far the most interesting subject out there so i'm willing to take my time and learn.
    ps: sorry for the eventuall grammar error english is not my first lenguage

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    1. No worries. I understand you just fine. And, of course, as a Leo, I wouldn't at all be offended by you saying you thought it was the coolest sign. :)

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  8. I believe I began to really dive into the subject of astrology when transiting uranus in Aries entered my 9th house. I have saturn there, so you would think I have a very rigid and conservative belief system. Nope. Once Uranus entered my 9th, my belief system was going through a bunch of radical changes. Before than, I only knew basic stuff, like my sun in Sagittarius. I'm so glad I carried on my studies and went further in depth. Astrology is so fascinating! ☺

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    1. I'm sorry, I meant transiting uranus in Pisces

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    2. Interesting. Yes, transiting Uranus can definitely bring change and turn things upside down in whatever house it's passing through.

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  9. I learned that I was a Virgo . . . through charting, on applausible horoscope apps. Eventually stumbling on to idea that I was a Virgo. And, Ever since then, I learned how Virgo I was?!?! I would be like wow that's me. Come to find out. In a come to Jesus moment. That I rule my my midheaven's destiny.

    And I was like this stuff isn't real?!?!

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    1. Just out of pure confusion, dumbfoundedness and some other stuff. ;)

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    2. Yeah, that kind of epiphany happens to many people.

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  10. I've always been interested in things that are hidden, a story behind the story... I have a 12th house stellium so it's not really surprising. But I started learning astrology right before (or around) my Saturn return. My life was falling apart and I needed answers, so I started digging deeper (not just thru astrology, but that was a start), and this whole new world opened in front of me. I realised that I wasn't going crazy, and just took it from there.Astrology helped me heal and understand myself and people/patterns around me

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    1. I bet that discovering it during your Saturn Return might have been helpful in terms of getting through that time.

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  11. I've had only a passing interest in astrology several years ago, when I was familiar with just the sun signs. I knew all the basic traits of my Pisces Sun, and while I did see myself as emotional, artistic, and sort of empathetic, it wasn't to a stereotypical degree. I, and others, considered me a smart, hard-worker, capable person, which isn't something associated with a Pisces Sun.
    I didn't get really invested until I discovered my Aquarius Moon and Capricorn Rising, and found out about the other planets used in astrology. I found myself fascinated by the complexity of my birth chart, and I felt I could relate more that than just the Sun sign alone. After learning about houses and aspects, I began to appreciate astrology even more. For example, my Sun, Mercury, Mars and Saturn are in Pisces and in 2nd House; so I highly value myself (Sun), my intellect (Mercury), and my sense of responsibility (Saturn), and while I do exhibit Pisces' otherworldliness, I'm still able to get stuff done thanks to my Sun, Mars and Saturn being in conjunction with one another.
    I learned all of this from browsing astrology blogs on Tumblr, and while it helped me better understand astrology, often times they made me feel bitter towards my Pisces placements. It harmed my self-worth (2nd House) a little to see people talk so negatively about Pisces/12th House/Neptune, as if there was nothing good to say about them. I grew to sort of hate my placements because of how synonymous they became to loser/drug addict/crybaby/ect. I found your blog sometime in November and it was such a breath of fresh air. Not only do you give nuanced, believable description of Pisces, but it made me feel less ashamed of my own harsh placements and aspects. I think this blog revitalized my love for astrology. While it's something I'm not open about to others, I value it because it helps me appreciate myself and how I can grow for the better (2nd House cusp in Aquarius).

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    1. It's interesting how many Pisces have said that they don't relate that much to their Sun sign description. Pisces is the most multifaceted and versatile sign, so it is a mistake to try and describe them in a way that puts them in a box or pins them down. I think Pisces Suns, more than any other Sun sign, come in all sorts of flavors and types. The sensitivity or need to escape is there but it's hidden under a lot of other stuff.

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  12. Hi! My mother first introduced me to astrology when I was about 10. She had a copy of Linda Goodman's book and kept telling me how much of a Leo I was and my brother a sag etc. I was fascinated. I then re-discovered it when I was 15 with a friend when I realised there was more to it then just my Sun sign so I looked up my own birth chart online and became fascinated with all the other planets, placements and aspects in my chart. I also discovered Linda's love signs book too at this time. It wasn't until around my Saturn return when I met a woman who did a simple version of my chart and we really threw ourselves deep for a few years exploring our charts and others. There are so many layers to it and I'm constantly discovering something new which I love. So I guess I've always been a believer. Whenever I feel a bit off track, I look at my chart as well as the current placements and it always seems to get me back on track. Its my personal compass and feels like an adventure. Sometimes I know I'm working on a particular planet/aspect and as I'll also dream about it so it gives me a focus and something to work on. Right now I've feeling my North Node in Gemini wanting to get to work as well as Uranus and Jupiter Conjunct in Sag in the 8th House. My Aries Ascendant is starting to feel strong which is conjunct the current transition of Uranus and Mars in Aries! Loving this blog Wayman and the opportunity to share with others. Thanks!

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    1. I love Linda Goodman! I did own her Sun sign book when I first got into astrology. But, I think those profiles are just as applicable, of course, to someone's Moon sign or Rising sign.

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  13. I started to be interested in my health situation in an alternative way and the symbolic meaning of planets and their connection to body brought me to astrology in general. I've been passionate about it ever since. :)

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    1. Nice. Do you have anything in your 6th House?

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    2. Well, only Pallas, Vertex and Part of Fortune. :) I don't know much about these... But I am Virgo Rising... I am much more Plutonian and the depth of insight (and the width also) that astrology provides is just too captivating for me.

      And thanks for your insights, Wayman!

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  14. 4 years ago when I was 14... I started reading stuff ïn French about the ascendant then I discovered that we had in fact a whole and as a Scorpio MC I would spend days and days reading things about astrology because it always felt as if there was something new to discover... So I started to read about things in astrology in English (it was more complete than French websites) and I still do with your blog which is amazing !!!! And I think ot occured when Pluto transit began to make an aspect to my Sun (I'm a cancer Sun)

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    2. Also, I have Neptune conjunct the ASC and I think I needed to figure out who I was... and I never really liked the descriptions people made of Cancer, and I rejected that part of me and I tried to hold on the "cooler" aspect of my chart... but now I feel like I embraced my Sun sign and it feels good...

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    3. P.S : I love the fact that you have a 1st house Aquarius NN while I have a 7th house Leo NN !

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    4. Me too. I love Leo North Node people. I actually know someone who has his Leo North Node in the 7th, as well, and we immediately had a very interesting bond.

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  15. Indeed i just saw your birth chart somwhere on the blog and i can help but notice some similarities with mine ( 7th house sun, aquarius rising and hades moon) i was starting to feel as if i was the only one with that kind of weird combination haha, anyway it's a delight to have found your blog keep up the good work fellow leo i'll be reading eagerly :)

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    1. Oh, okay. That's awesome. It's always nice to come across someone with a lot of astrological similarities. :)

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  16. About an year ago i was reading on the internet about palmistry reading,i have a mystique cross and looking on the links was a blog about psychic abilites on natal chart.From that moment almost everyday look for horoscope and synastry aspects.

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    1. Cool. I've never gotten into palmistry but it seems like an interesting study.

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  17. I always knew I was a Leo & had great interest in astrology since get-go!!! It always felt as natural as breathing but even though I am not vindictive or manipulative, I always related to Scorpios at a deep level! A quick look around showed me that my closest friends were majorly Scorpio. I just fell into astrology very quickly & extremely smoothly since it is a huge part of my culture (Indian) quickly realised that my sun in 8th house & being a Pluto dominant, is why I relate a lot to Scorpios!


    Hey Wayman, how do I get a birth chart reading from you??

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    1. Just click on the ad at the top right of the blog. That'll take you to the payment page.

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  18. I was dating a guy who at one point asked me "what's your zodiac sign?" At that time I did't know anything about astrology, well except Sun signs and I heard of Rising signs. So I told him I'm a Virgo and he said he's a Libra, and that this is a good combination because Virgos usually are very serviable and do things for him (he was also a narcissist).
    Later on he was showing me some videos on Youtube about Virgo and Libra love compatibility and I was surprised that what they were saying about Libras was desribing me more than what was said about Virgos. So I contiued to research this and found out that I have Venus in Libra. From then on I was somehow hooked, wanting to learn more and more :)

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    1. Oh, so he basically wanted you to just serve him? Haha. Virgos are helpful but they're not pushovers! They have limits.

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  19. In 4th grade, we started to do a quick unit about Constellations and Mythology, and that's where I found out about my being a Libra, but something didn't fit right...After a couple of years, it hit me again after hearing something else about it (I can't really remember), and I decided to research it once again. This time, I found out about another thing called a moon sign, and this random "astrology" thing started making sense as I read the Moon in Sagittarius description...but something still didn't add up. Being the nosy person that I am, I kept on searching until I found a rising sign, which found out to be in Virgo. That explained my face and other things, with me having a "smart" exterior to other people when in reality, I was a lot more carefree and friendly (owning up to that Libra sun :P). Afterwards, it became gradual, finding about Mercury, then Venus, then Mars, etc...But at that point I still didn't know about houses, and I started to doubt astrology once again. Most of it came from the fact that I felt more strongly towards the water signs than the other signs (although the only planet I had in a water sign was Jupiter). After investigation (further), I found out about my very-much aspected moon and my very active 4th house, which explained everything even further. Fast forward again, and now I am just hobbying with this study of planets and stars and discovering more and more about this thing, trying to find out about as much of my aspects and placements as possible. The amazing part is how much of this makes so much sense that it seems surreal! also, some things stay a mystery that I enjoy trying to crack every once in a while, (for example, my ridiculous sagittarius/gemini conjunction/opposition fiasco). And I still find it pretty cool and interesting, although I still have my reservations about this...but in the end I can't not believe it. Well, there's my story! :P

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    1. Yeah, learning about the Moon sign and Rising sign and all of that is what opens so many people's eyes to how accurate astrology is, especially if they don't relate very well to their Sun sign description.

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  20. My mom has always said I live among Jupiter's stratosphere, and my dad usually says I have a residence at the moon - I've always had my head up there somehow. Since elementary school I had this huge fascination for everything related to the solar system, planets, even moon rocks! Also, for as long as I remember I had always this doubt if I was an Aries or a Taurus (sun). I loved secretly reading horoscopes and would always check both and do a merge of what I felt applied to me best. I always wanted to have my natal chart done but it wasn't until around my 24th birthday that I finally did. This was the first time I discovered why a couple of mediums I met had told me I was born under a star: my sun was 0' Taurus (my birthday is April 20th). I also learned Libra is my rising sign, and that I have a Pisces moon, (lots of water in my chart) - and everything made so much sense! Astrology has become a language I thoroughly enjoy, and love.

    I found your blog last year and have gone through all your posts; I really like the way you interpret astrology, and truly appreciate that distinctive point of view you share. Keep up the great work, it's a pleasure reading you!

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    1. Nice. The 0 degree placement is always so interesting to me because it's like the rawest, most unformed expression of that sign, kind of like a newborn baby. I don't have any in my chart but it must be something very powerful to live with.

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    2. Hey Wayman, what chart system do you use? I would like to get a reading from you soon. I was introduced to Placidus as its the most popular/ default system in the West but I've recently been exploring equal house system and discovered that 3 planets have changed houses along with my NN and SS. These changes seem to resonate with me more acutely. What are your thoughts/recommendations on choosing a house system?

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    3. Yes, it kind of makes you feel more in tune with the sign's energy. I also have Mars 0' in Pisces - plus my moon and Venus. So I definitely feel the Pisces energy lots!

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  21. When I was around 10-11 years old, I used to read horoscope in yellow pages. I was confused that time since there are times that when I read a horoscope for my birthday, it would fall on Sagittarius then the following year in Scorpio. However, that was just it.

    Then when I was 17 years old, I became interested in Astrology. My SR chart that time was full of Scorpio and I really wanted to know who I am. That was March 2015 when I searched in Google about the personality of people born on my birthday. I've been researching since then until I went to a website to read more about my personality. At first, I thought I was Sagittarius because I could relate to it, but then when I also looked in Scorpio, I also relate to it. It was confusing that time that I really wanted to get my birth time to know my sun sign. I looked at my birth certificate then I found that I was born near midday and I was a Scorpio(it was only few hours away before it reaches Sagittarius). Then I got interested in the different aspects in my natal chart and it was pretty interesting to read. Until now, I've been reading some astrology articles regarding minor aspects, asteroids, and other types of chart.

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  22. I think I've always been into subjects like astrology. I guess my first encounter with something to do with astrology is from the anime series "Sailor Moon". The scouts each had planetary symbols. And guess who I liked best? Sailor Mars! And guess why? I have Scorpio mars rising! :-D

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  23. I have loved astrology since childhood, but just recently became a student. I find your blog to be one of the best I have read to date. Have you ever thought of teaching?

    Part of what piqued my interest in studying astrology a year ago was that I really did not resonate with my sun sign Scorpio, but rather my rising sign Capricorn. I also have a NN in Virgo, SN in Pisces. Finding the pieces of the puzzle are all starting to come together.

    Grateful to have found you!

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  24. Ok, I know this discussion is closed but I just want to share my experience. I think I first got into astrology because of compatibility. I looked up the compatibility between my singer idol and I. He is an Aquarius and I am a Gemini. Obviously they would say we are match made in heaven and it makes me happy so I kept reading it lol. Then I became interested in learning about myself. So I read more abt Gemini sun signs and then moon, Mars, rising and boom birth charts and etc. When I first learnt about conjunction, trines etc, I found YOU. I enjoy reading your articles. So I became addicted to astrology. I know myself better through astrology and I am a different person now.

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