Long Zodiac

At every moment everything is changing. Most of the time the change is so small I can’t feel it and sometimes big things do happen. Astrology is the language of symbols, and as such stands for something older than any written word. Some how it describes myself here.

Sun – Self, individuality, personality

The Sun symbolises a personal identity. It shows us areas where the person should learn to be independent, where he should fulfill his potential, differentiate himself from others and shine. The position of the Sun may tell us which profession would best suit the character of a person.

Sun in Libra

Perhaps to make their sign happy, people born under the sign of Libra are usually prudent, balanced and harmonious. In any case, they think before they do something. It is possible to find hot-headed individuals among Libras, but they are very rare exceptions. These people are sincere, honest and decent. They find it very hard to tolerate noisy, rude or abusive behaviour and conduct. People born under this sign have strong aesthetic sense and artistic talent; it does not matter what artistic activity they choose to do, they will be great at it. If they do not become active artists, then their good taste will be seen in everything they do. They are skilful, diligent, intelligent and adventurous.
Dealing with them is very pleasant and even though they sometimes take their time to make decisions, they work with enthusiasm if they find the task at hand interesting and worthwhile. They know the value of their work and they demand acknowledgement.
These people seem firm and decisive, but behind the mask of stability they hide their inner insecurities. There are not moody or insincere, but they can succumb to doubt, whether they are their own or those that were put into their heads by others. In such cases they are unreliable, but it cannot be attributed to a malicious intent. Despite their inner uncertainty and disarray, they are people with great sense for justice and in this respect they are adamant. Even though they are unsure of themselves, they can size up others absolutely correctly and with understanding. They consider it their duty to grind the edge of different opinions, to reduce disparities and to prevent injustice. People born under this sign are very popular in every social setting because they are able to peacefully settle any dispute and thus unite people to work or to play. Their manner and stylish clothes set a standard. Everyone in their surroundings will be ashamed of their own shortcomings and untidiness and they will try to avoid it in the future.
In the role of a superior they show democratic leading style and they require cooperation rather than subordination. Their calmness, deliberation and fairness demonstrate that it is possible to coexist on high level and their quirky sense of humour spices this level up.

Sun in the 4th House

The Sun in the fourth house creates people who have strong roots in their home and that like security. These people have a strong urge to protect and maintain the traditions and institutions they identify with. Their early life is usually not easy and their family background, history and environment have a significant impact on them. The Sun in the fourth house is a popular location because it often creates welfare and security in later life and supplies energy and vitality in this period. The Sun also causes interest in land, ecology and nature.

Moon – Emotions, instincts, roots, mother
Place in the horoscope where the Moon is tells us what gives the person a sense of security, and where to find it. It describes how sensitive we are and how we instinctively interact with our surroundings. The Moon also tells us about our childhood and our experiences with our mother.

Moon in Aries

The feeling of uncertainty can make you solve problems faster then is natural. Do not rush as if there was a deadline. Try to slow down so that you can decide what you want to do and proceed at your own comfortable pace. A sense of peace may seem boring. You can run out of energy before you realise it but you have an extraordinary ability to quickly recover from any trauma and to regain strength when it is needed. Your temper may be astonishing, but when you are frustrated, it can suddenly fade away. You might feel that life is like a bit of a battle, try to calm the emotional rhythm, be aware that you are not under continuous threat of enemy forces, and pay attention to the feelings of others.

Moon in the 10th House

The Moon in the tenth house indicates the tendency to live in the public eye and suggests frequent changes of jobs. These people like to have a good reputation and they yearn for recognition. They are often in a position where they have to empathise with other people and react on their mood. The Moon in the tenth house gives prerequisites for professions in the area of sales, services or any other profession that requires contact with the public. These people are often very defensive and their emotions are dominated by the desire to achieve their own goals.

Mercury – Thinking, communication, intellect, learning
Mercury is the planet that brings us interest in intellectual things, about teaching and learning. It also indicates into what depth we want to study things. It gives us natural intelligence and the ability to analyse and reproduce.

Mercury in Libra

People with Mercury in Libra love the balance between theory and practice. They often make funny, but diplomatic remarks about people and situations. Their original way of thinking is reflected in their writing. With a bit of exaggeration it can be said that while people with Mercury in the Gemini prefer writing reports, people with Mercury in Libra go straight into writing a novel because they need to develop their ideas instead of putting some information on the paper. It can also be said that Mercury feels the best in air signs, but it can be a bit shallow in them – these people do not like to study things into the greatest detail. Air, the ruling element, which is definitely not a solid substance, is responsible for this, probably only one, shortcoming. Their intelligence serves their judgment and forces them to often rethink their beliefs. It gives them extensive education and ease of expression.

Mercury in the 4th House

Mercury in the fourth house represents mental activity and education in connection with the person´s home. Parents of these people could have a good education or could put emphasis on education. It can also mean frequently changing conditions in their home. These people are irritable and they find it hard to relax.

Venus – Sensuality, love, harmony, pleasure
Venus symbolises attractivity. Sign in which Venus is tells us what we are attracted to and this enables us to give or receive love and affection, beauty and happiness, values and principles. The negative side is that it represents weakness and shallowness.

Venus in Libra

People with Venus in Libra understand and value art and social life. They have a sense of harmony and they perceive life in terms of beauty and justice. This sensitivity comes from their mind, not from their emotions. The nature of their feelings is likely to influence how they want to use their artistic skills and charm. They are aware that beauty is important so they ask themselves whether there is something more to their current relationship or not. If they are looking for a partner who is enchanting, flawless and has all the social virtues, they will attract him with their charm. Over time, after they get to know each other, something much more than just attractiveness and sympathy can develop. At this stage, they will either start looking for somebody else or they will criticise the product content and forget about the packaging.

Venus in the 5th House

Venus in the fifth house causes attraction to the opposite sex. It creates romantic and popular people who love life. This position of Venus also brings popularity among children, so these people usually become excellent parents. They get along with young people and relationships with them will benefit them in some way; they will probably provide services to young people or they will work with them. They are creative people who often have the potential to become successful actors.

Mars – Activity, energy, courage, assertiveness
Mars symbolises the need to get what we want. This means our driving force which includes sex drive, initiative and courage. Mars tells us about our desires, sensuality, courage and will. It also tells us about how we are able to overcome obstacles and how active we are.

Mars in Scorpio

People with Mars in Scorpio are pleased to be able to hide their power and show it to the world at the right moment. They have a strong sense of survival and sexuality, and they are well aware of how these two instincts intertwine. This sense makes them very attractive, and the effect is that other people never act indifferently toward them – they always notice them, whether they are trying to get their reaction or not. As if they strongly and automatically provoke the most basic hopes and fears in people. They do not try to get anything or do anything if they do not really want it. Their challenging aura, whether active or passive, will always attract great loyalty or great hostility, nothing in between.

Mars in the 5th House

Mars in the fifth house suggests that these people spend a lot of energy on hedonistic and romantic adventures. They are physically strong, impulsive and unstable people who can have a great deal of creative talent. They are inclined to brag. Their behaviour in romantic relationships is vigorous and they may be prone to jealousy. They are competitive and they do not like to lose. These social and active people have talent to work in advertising. They may be quite extravagant, strange or foolish. A considerable amount of their time and energy may be spent on activities with children.

Jupiter – Happiness, optimism, expansion
Jupiter symbolises growth, expansion, laws, faith and ethics that guide it. It represents a sense for development and support, which can lead to opportunities, wealth and faith. However, if Jupiter is damaged, the person becomes immoral and extremist.

Jupiter in Sagittarius

People with Jupiter in Sagittarius identify themselves to some extent with this life philosophy – “Life is what we make out of it.” Because of this belief, they have innate desire to expand their horizons, whether by travelling, studying or simply by living. They know that one thing leads to another and that one step on our way gives us something that we will need in the steps that will follow. Consciously or unconsciously, they believe in foresight. At a higher level they are fully aware that foresight is much more useful than just a nanny from the sky who will forever guard them to ensure that they do not fall and get hurt. They believe or they at least feel the urge to believe that there is some form of “intelligence system” that drives and supports existence and that makes people ambitious, self-confident and able to control themselves. Their efforts are aimed at getting onto a leading position that gives them power over others, but also the ability to rule wisely and correctly.

Jupiter in the 6th House

Jupiter in the sixth house plays an important role in the employment of people who provide help and services to others. They raise the morale of their co-workers, help them to resolve conflicts and inspire them to cooperate. Their friendly attitude gives them talent for working with the public, with employees and with people in general.

Saturn – Restriction, order, maturity, time
Saturn is our strict teacher who is able to ruthlessly examine our maturity. However, it is not only the despot, but also the archetype of the sage who uses pain as a means to get our attention on what we should focus on and what we should continue to develop.

Saturn in Pisces

People with Saturn in Pisces have to strike a balance between the need to ignore the demands of their own life and the need to take care of other people´s problems. In order to find the golden middle way between these extremes, sooner or later they will have to find a way to call the wisdom of the Ancient Soul within themselves. They should discover their inborn ability to help others and at the same time solve their own problems. They must go to the depths in order to discover the lost wisdom and insight. The Ancient Soul longs for ancient peace. It combines an ideal and strength. These people are predestined for life in seclusion, and for philosophy, scientific research and loneliness.

Saturn in the 10th House

Saturn in the tenth house suggests an ambitious character with a desire for recognition, especially after Saturn’s transit at the age of twenty-nine. Saturn creates ambitious people with great range of knowledge, excellent organizational abilities and a desire for power and authority.

Uranus – Originality, freedom, revolution
Uranus is the power of awakening, which often means that there will be some disruption and change. Events under the influence of Uranus are unexpected or unpredictable, forcing us to do things in a new way and face the truth about this or that issue.

Uranus in Capricorn

(Note: Uranus is a slow transpersonal planet and may remain in a single sign for up to many years. The description of Uranus in Capricorn is therefore valid for the entire generation of people and is very general. The characteristic of the personality is in the description of Uranus in the 8th house.)
Uranus in Capricorn intensifies some controversial features of people born under the sign of Capricorn, for example their ability to control others, but it also gives them the tendency to rebel against order and authority. They will tend to introduce new orders and they may also try to control politics. It will increase the coldness of people born in this sign. These people have a fairly good chance to introduce and enforce new management methods.

Uranus in the 8th House

Uranus in the eighth house creates instability and changes in shared resources and inheritance. Uranus in this house also suggests very perceptive and intuitive people. Collective resources, businesses and investments are likely to undergo unexpected changes. This position may mean unexpected inheritance.

Neptune – Fantasy, illusion, spirituality, imagination

Neptune is called the Lord of the Invisible Empire, which is a mysterious name of a mysterious planet. Perhaps we could describe it as a dimension of life that cannot be experienced by our five senses and we can only understand and perceive it in our imagination.

Neptune in Capricorn

(Note: Neptune is a slow transpersonal planet and may remain in a single sign for up to many years. The description of Neptune in Capricorn is therefore valid for the entire generation of people and is very general. The characteristic of the personality is in the description of Neptune in the 8th house.)
Neptune in Capricorn gives people determination and the ability to concentrate. However, it can ruin their typical Capricorn rationality. This position somewhat shatters their natural desire for perfection, but it gives people desire to achieve spiritual goals.

Neptune in the 8th House

Neptune in the eighth house suggests connection with the financial affairs of other people – inheritance, taxes and communal or shared resources. Neptune creates unusual, deceptive or hidden thoughts in this area. In some cases there will be strange difficulties in the financial affairs of a partner or company that will be caused by the person himself or by others. These people have to be careful about everything that has something to do with money.

Pluto – Transformation, regeneration, power

Pluto is the planet of death and rebirth. It is the end of all things, it is the Judgment Day. It can give rise to obsessions or convictions. On the dark end of its spectrum it can manifest as “succumbing to the urge,” or it can create an individual who has the ability to get to the core of things, destroy negative things and bring on healing and transformation.

Pluto in Scorpio

(Note: Pluto is a slow transpersonal planet and may remain in a single sign for up to many years. The description of Pluto in Scorpio is therefore valid for the entire generation of people and is very general. The characteristic of the personality is in the description of Pluto in the 6th house.)
People with Pluto in Scorpio have a passionate desire for mystery. They like to use intrigues and they have a great disposition for personal transformation that can happen especially through their desires. They are prolific, universal and capable. They radiate occult powers. Their sexuality is also transforming for them, but at the same time they can feel restricted by it.

Pluto in the 6th House

Pluto in the sixth house gives people the ability to substantially improve their working environment, but usually in a way that is considered too novel. These people may be too bossy. When this planet becomes active, it can mean that the person cannot get along with his co-workers or employees. Pluto often causes havoc in the working environment. These people can also have extreme attitude towards health issues.
Lunar Nodes – North Node and South Node
The Lunar Nodes aren’t planets, but rather astrology mathematical points, that are directly opposite each other in the chart. It is said, that your life purpose is encoded between them – in the line between North Node and South Node. The South Node indicates your comfort zone, your habitual place, while your North Node shows life lessons and what you’re striving for in this lifetime. Both Lunar Nodes are almost always retrogade.
North Node (Mean) in Libra – South Node in Aries
North Node in Libra brings the conflict between the pursuit of harmony, balance and adjustment in a relationship on the one hand, and self-awareness and self-development on the other. These people need to learn to meet the needs of others. They have to develop understanding, thoughtfulness and sensitivity in a relationship. They need to be more adaptable and stop asking for self-sacrifice from others. Beware of egocentrism and self-indulgence for fear of losing independence.
North Node (Mean) in the 5th House – South Node in the 11th House
North Node in the fifth house brings the conflict between passionate, sensual love and pure friendship; conflict between egocentric showing off and the awareness that they belong to a group. These people need to playfully express their creativity. They need to go on a stage and get some recognition and admiration. They need to see life as an invitation to play. They have to be careful not to lose their own identity and waste their energy when they get distracted.

Lilith – Black Moon – Fascination and Denial

Lilith is a fictional point – the second empty focal point of elliptical orbit of the Moon around the Earth. In mythology, Lilith refused to submit to Adam, rebelled against the connection between Adam and Eve, decided to escape from the world of people and made a connection with Satan. In astrology, Lilith symbolises either fascination or refusal of topics with which she is connected with. Both, the fascination or the rejection of the given topics, can eventually engulf the person and take him “away” from the human world.

Lilith (Mean) in Cancer

Ambivalence between love and absorption; fear of a “castrating” mother. The sign of Cancer deals with what protects and nourishes us and with our homeland and our origins. In this sign Lilith claims freedom. Here we encounter a diversion from traditions, ancestors, home, country and family. We can also see liberation from the traditional female role: “Children, Kitchen, Church”. On the other hand, these people often distrust their emotions. They are interested in the culture of their ancestors, in places where they worshiped their gods and in their sacred places. Beware of chest and stomach injury, alcoholism and sleepiness.
Lilith (Mean) in the 1st House
These people are reserved; they are fascinating but they also make other people nervous.

Chiron – Wounded Healer, inner teacher

Chiron is an asteroid between Saturn and Uranus. Its orbit is very unusual and represents a bridge between material and spiritual worlds. According to mythology, Chiron was a great healer, wise teacher and one of the immortal Centaurs. Unfortunately, he was “deadly” injured by a poisonous arrow by Heracles, his favourite disciple. He was suffering in great pain but he could not die. Finally, he gave up his immortality for the benefit of Prometheus who was also suffering, and Chiron was sent to the underworld. In the underworld Zeus had mercy for him and he raised him to the heaven. In astrology, Chiron symbolises our unhealable injuries and incurable trauma. However, if a person, instead of drowning in his own trauma, is able to accept the trauma and help others who are also suffering, and accept that suffering is part of life, then Chiron may be the key to wisdom, or even to some sort of “Initiation Gate”.

Chiron in Libra

No matter how hard these people try, relationships with other people are hurting them again and again, and these injuries hurt more because they cannot be completely cured, on the contrary, from time to time they reopen. They try to avoid these painful experiences by turning away from other people. They prepare themselves for difficulties every time they are in contact with another person, but this attracts even more difficulties. However, loneliness sometimes causes even more serious injury.

Chiron in the 4th House

The unhealable injury of these people is their family. They believe that their parents did not give them proper care, love and a sense of security. Even in adulthood, unhappy childhood can still be their open, unhealing injury. They compensate for this for example by creating their own big family, by constantly dealing with the past, or by deciding to never become parents in order to never cause pain to their children.

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