Birth chart calculators always generate something a little bit different.
The symbols on the outside of the wheel, represent the planetary positions.
☽ ☾ Moon
In the first division of the wheel there are 12 houses. The houses are the most interesting part of astrology to me. These represent the 12 houses of astrology. They are the fields of experience and the themes in which we experience the qualities of the signs and planets through. The ascendent (AC) signifies the first house cusp and the seventh the descendent.The four angular houses symbolize the cycle:
1st house (ascending): who i am, 4th house (immun coeli): where I came from, 7th house (descendent): who I attract, 10th house (midheaven): who i want to be. These will be the same modality (Cardinal/Fixed/Mutable). And they correlate with the twelve zodiac signs in the middle of the wheel. Like in this chart the Sun is pointing to the 3rd House on the outer wheel and Gemini in the middle wheel. Sun in Gemini in the 3rd House.
First House: Self expression, life force, identity
Second House: Ownership, luxury, comfort
Third House: Communication, media, perception
Fourth House: Inner world, ancestry, belonging
Fifth House: Creativity, Play, Children
Sixth House: Service, disseminating of ego, health
Seventh House: Relating, marriage, partnership
Eighth House: Transformation, afterlife, spirit
Ninth House: Meaning, Quest, Travel
Tenth House: Public image, dreams, success
Eleventh House: Unity, friendship, politics
Twelfth House: Solitude, infinity, invisible
The inner wheel lines represent the aspect or relationship between the planets. A blue line is fluid and a red line is tension. You can measure these. 120 degrees apart and they are a trine, 60 degrees apart is a sextile, 90 degrees is a square, 180 degrees apart is an opposition and 0-10 degrees is a conjunct. In this chart the Sun and the Moon make an opposition. Thank you dear Joan Rivers for providing your birth chart for us to use.
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