2020-10-18 03:24:00 UTC · (73w50, 40n40)

Sat, 17 Oct 2020 23:24:00
Borough of Queens, New York, United States of America

Sun Moon Asc
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Planet Positions
PlanetHouseLongitudeSpeedLatitudeDeclination
Sun4 25° 12' 37"0° 59' 36"0° 0' 0" N9° 45' 13" S
Moon5 14° 10' 15"15° 9' 31"3° 5' 17" N13° 8' 21" S
Mercury (r)4 10° 32' 51"-0° 33' 44"2° 54' 47" S17° 44' 58" S
Venus3 18° 2' 59"1° 11' 46"1° 9' 33" N5° 47' 28" N
Mars (r)10 19° 46' 32"-0° 18' 15"2° 43' 9" S5° 12' 54" N
Jupiter6 19° 19' 45"0° 6' 22"0° 26' 28" S22° 28' 50" S
Saturn7 25° 38' 0"0° 1' 52"0° 19' 39" S21° 20' 9" S
Uranus (r)10 9° 14' 0"-0° 2' 23"0° 28' 21" S14° 7' 20" N
Neptune (r)9 18° 37' 43"-0° 1' 15"1° 6' 47" S5° 31' 19" S
Pluto7 22° 31' 56"0° 0' 24"1° 6' 52" S22° 39' 12" S
Mean Node12 22° 49' 18"-0° 3' 11"0° 0' 0" N23° 14' 33" N
Lilith10 29° 38' 24"0° 6' 42"4° 7' 23" S7° 28' 57" N
Chiron (r)10 6° 21' 3"-0° 2' 32"2° 46' 23" N5° 4' 4" N
House Cusps

System Used: Placidus (to learn more about house systems and the meaning of each house, see the Houses section.)

HouseCuspDeclination
1 (Asc) 22° 20' 15"21° 35' 9" N
2 12° 3' 14"17° 10' 38" N
3 5° 12' 16"9° 36' 8" N
4 (IC) 4° 37' 22"1° 50' 13" S
5 11° 9' 55"15° 10' 38" S
6 19° 26' 48"23° 1' 3" S
7 (Desc) 22° 20' 15"21° 35' 9" S
8 12° 3' 14"17° 10' 38" S
9 5° 12' 16"9° 36' 8" S
10 (MC) 4° 37' 22"1° 50' 13" N
11 11° 9' 55"15° 10' 38" N
12 19° 26' 48"23° 1' 3" N
Aspects Summary

For more detailed descriptions of aspects, see the Aspects section.

3° 37'
3° 52'
5° 26' 1° 43'
5° 52' 5° 9' 1° 16' 0° 26'
0° 25' 0° 32' 7° 35' 5° 51' 6° 18'
4° 56' 1° 18' 8° 48'
0° 34' 4° 27' 8° 4' 0° 34' 1° 8' 0° 42'
2° 40' 0° 0' 4° 28' 2° 45' 3° 12' 3° 6' 3° 54'
2° 23' 2° 43' 4° 46' 3° 2' 2° 48' 1° 24' 4° 11' 0° 17'
4° 25' 9° 51' 4° 0' 9° 35' 7° 6'
1° 49' 1° 48' 1° 16' 2° 52' 1° 49'
AC 2° 52' 8° 10' 4° 17' 2° 33' 3° 0' 3° 17' 1° 6' 3° 42' 0° 11' 0° 29' 7° 18'
MC 0° 4' 0° 5' 1° 43'
Zodiac Signs

In Astrology, the zodiac signs represent the “celestial” facets of the individual (or event) for whom the chart has been drawn: they are the personal characteristics or traits that, combined with the houses and planets present in the sign, manifest in an individual’s personality.

Each Zodiac Sign has a ruler (or two): a planet with which it has an affinity. If an individual’s chart shows a sign’s ruler located in that sign, it is said to be at home and the planet’s characteristics/influences are said to be felt more strongly.

Each Zodiac Sign also has an affinity with a particular house; they share characteristics but the house’s cusp may not be in its “related” sign for a given chart.

Traditionally, signs are assigned one of the four classical elements (Earth, Air, Fire, Water.) This is known as its triplicity. More recently, signs are related to a particular quality: this is known as its quadruplicity.

The combination of a sign’s element and quality can be used to deduce some useful symbolism:

  • Fire signs are said to be creative, passionate, spontaneous and forceful.
  • Earth signs are said to be practical, dependable, builders, cautious and reliable.
  • Air signs are said to be communicative, clever, curious, objective.
  • Water signs are said to be intuitive, sensitive, compassionate, moody

Meanwhile,

  • Cardinal signs mark the beginning of a season, and as such are initiators, ambitious, driven, enthusiastic.
  • Fixed signs are the middle of a season, and as such are steady, stable, resolute, reliable
  • Mutable signs are the end of a season, and as such are adaptable, flexible, resourceful, versatile
Houses

In Astrology, the houses are 12 divisions of the heavens that represent the “earthly” facets of the individual or event for whom the chart has been drawn: they are the areas of life in which the innate forces of the Planets, and the characteristics of the Zodiac Signs, find manifestation in how an individual lives their life.

The beginning point of a house (known as the cusp,) may fall within a sign, and encompass one or more zodiac signs until the cusp of the next house. These contained signs indicate how the individual approaches the house’s area of life. The planets contained in the house represent the forces that express themselves in that area of life (in our practice, we see these as both external and internal forces, in the form of archetypes: universal symbols and myths that human beings manifest.)

Different astrological traditions use different Systems to calculate where each of the houses starts (its cusp) . Western astrology has favored the Placidus house system, and we use that system here.

House systems usually depend on the “quadrants” (as defined by the ascendant, IC, descendant and midheaven,) and these, in turn, are relative to time and place: days and nights are seldom of equal length! In certain locations, at certain times, the Placidus system may fail (usually when very close to the poles, where the mathematical definition of the system doesn’t hold anymore,) in these rare cases, we automatically use the much simpler (and older!) Porphyry system.

Planets

The astrological concept of a Planet differs quite a bit from the modern Astronomical concept: the Sun (a star,) the Moon (a satellite,) Pluto (a dwarf planet,) the North and South Nodes, as well as Lilith (points in the Moon’s orbit,) and Chiron (an asteroid,) are often drawn in natal charts but are most definitely not what an astronomer would call a Planet: as far as Astrology is concerned, the symbolic notion of a planet is a point in the skies that has a certain periodic behavior that can be related, holistically, with cyclical/recurring patterns in the human psyche. As such, some astrologers use other calculated points, fictional/derived bodies, and asteroids in their practice, if they believe they symbolize something of note.

Another difference from Astronomical practice, is that in Astrology planetary positions are geocentric: we talk about where a planet was at any given time as seen from the center of the Earth, which not only means that the positions are relative to Earth, but also subject to the distorting effects that Earth’s gravity may have on light coming from these bodies!

As far as our astrological practice is concerned, we see planets as archetypes: forces within the human psyche that manifest in combination with personality traits (as colored by the Zodiac Signs,) in various areas of life (as symbolized by the Houses.)

Additionally, planets may aspect each other, in which case their archetypes are said to influence each other in various ways.

Planets are sometimes grouped into three groups: Personal planets, which express their qualities more strongly in the individual; Social planets, which have effects on the individual but also describe a society, and Spiritual planets describe aspects that go beyond the personal and social, invisible aspects in the “collective unconscious.”

Most traditional planets are said to be the rulers of one or two signs: when they’re “at home,” their influence is strongest.

Aspects

When drawing a chart, we locate planets and house cusps at certain longitudes, or positions, along the ecliptic (which is a circular representation of the heavens as seen from Earth,) and as such they can form angles with each other. In astrological practice, certain angles between planets or special points like the Ascendant or Midheaven symbolize an interaction between the archetypes these points represent; these angles are the Aspects. The angle may not be exact, for example, the Sun may be 92 degrees away from Mars, and an astrologer may choose to still call that a square (which is an angle of 90 degrees.) The deviation from exact angle that’s allowed to still recognize an aspect is called an orb.

Different astrological practices have different orbs: sometimes bigger celestial bodies (as seen from Earth,) like the Sun or Moon are given larger orbs, or bodies that are close to each other are allowed wider orbs (like the Sun with Mercury;) while certain points that don’t cast any light (like the Mean Node or the Ascendant) are not allowed any orbs. In our practice, we use fairly generous orbs uniformly, but we always show you the orb of any aspects, as well as precise positions for all celestial bodies, so you can always choose to ignore aspects or add others if you believe they improve the psychological portrait of your chart!

Aspects are usually divided between Major aspects, which are said to have the most impact on an individual, and minor aspects. Moreover, some aspects are said to be harmonious (or synthetic,) in which case the two bodies involved are said to work in concert, while other aspects are known as disharmonious (or, more accurately, analytical/challenging) in which the energies are at odds and may prove challenging – but modern astrology sees this as an opportunity for growth and development, learning how to reconcile these opposing forces, as opposed to “bad” or “fateful”.

Orbs we use

All aspects you see in this page are calculated using the following orbs:

AspectAngleOrb
Conjunction0.010.0
Sextile60.06.0
Square90.010.0
Trine120.010.0
Opposition180.010.0
SemiSquare45.03.0
Sesquisquare135.03.0
SemiSextile30.03.0
Quincunx150.03.0
Quintile72.02.0
BiQuintile144.02.0
References

All explanations about astrological factors are based on information found in:

My Zodiac Signs

Aries

Strengths
brave, direct, fearless, independent, leader.
Weaknesses
aggressive, self-centered, pushy, inconsistent.
Element
Fire
Quality
Cardinal
Ruler
Mars
Related House
Self (First House)
Motto
I am
My Planets in Aries
Marslocated in 19° 46' 32"
Lilithlocated in 29° 38' 24"
Chironlocated in 6° 21' 3"
My Houses in Aries
House X (MC)with cusp in 4° 37' 22"

Taurus

Strengths
steady, driven, tenacious, patient, persistent
Weaknesses
materialistic, stubborn, possessive, indulgent
Element
Earth
Quality
Fixed
Ruler
Venus
Related House
Value (Second house)
Motto
I have
My Planets in Taurus
Uranuslocated in 9° 14' 0"
My Houses in Taurus
House XIwith cusp in 11° 9' 55"

Gemini

Strengths
intelligent, adaptable, agile, informative
Weaknesses
exaggerating, deceptive, cunning, superficial
Element
Air
Quality
Mutable
Ruler
Mercury
Related House
Intellect (Third house)
Motto
I think
My Planets in Gemini
Mean Nodelocated in 22° 49' 18"
My Houses in Gemini
House XIIwith cusp in 19° 26' 48"

Cancer

Strengths
nurturing, supportive, compassionate
Weaknesses
dependent, passive aggressive, moody
Element
Water
Quality
Cardinal
Ruler
Moon
Related House
Origins (Fourth house)
Motto
I feel
My Planets in Cancer

Your chart doesn't have any planets in this sign.

My Houses in Cancer
House I (Asc)with cusp in 22° 20' 15"

Leo

Strengths
brave, playful, warm, generous, charismatic
Weaknesses
egotistical, domineering, vain, controlling
Element
Fire
Quality
Fixed
Ruler
Sun
Related House
Pleasure (Fifth house)
Motto
I will
My Planets in Leo

Your chart doesn't have any planets in this sign.

My Houses in Leo
House IIwith cusp in 12° 3' 14"

Virgo

Strengths
modest, humble, orderly, altruistic, logical
Weaknesses
obsessive, overly critical, perfectionist
Element
Earth
Quality
Mutable
Ruler
Mercury
Related House
Service (Sixth house)
Motto
I analyze
My Planets in Virgo
Venuslocated in 18° 2' 59"
My Houses in Virgo
House IIIwith cusp in 5° 12' 16"

Libra

Strengths
charming, diplomatic, easy-going, polished
Weaknesses
indecisive, gullible, hypocritical, shallow
Element
Air
Quality
Cardinal
Ruler
Venus
Related House
Relationships (Seventh house)
Motto
I balance
My Planets in Libra
Sunlocated in 25° 12' 37"
My Houses in Libra
House IV (IC)with cusp in 4° 37' 22"

Scorpio

Strengths
passionate, perceptive, sacrificing, determined
Weaknesses
vindictive, paranoid, destructive, jealous
Element
Water
Quality
Fixed
Ruler
Pluto (traditionally, Mars)
Related House
Transformation (Eight house)
Motto
I desire
My Planets in Scorpio
Moonlocated in 14° 10' 15"
Mercurylocated in 10° 32' 51"
My Houses in Scorpio
House Vwith cusp in 11° 9' 55"

Sagittarius

Strengths
optimistic, moral, enthusiastic, open-minded
Weaknesses
lazy, restless, irresponsible, tactless
Element
Fire
Quality
Mutable
Ruler
Jupiter
Related House
Spirituality (Ninth house)
Motto
I aim
My Planets in Sagittarius

Your chart doesn't have any planets in this sign.

My Houses in Sagittarius
House VIwith cusp in 19° 26' 48"

Capricorn

Strengths
disciplined, strategic, ambitious, responsible
Weaknesses
pessimistic, greedy, cynical, ruthless, rigid
Element
Earth
Quality
Cardinal
Ruler
Saturn
Related House
Ambitions (Tenth house)
Motto
I use
My Planets in Capricorn
Jupiterlocated in 19° 19' 45"
Saturnlocated in 25° 38' 0"
Plutolocated in 22° 31' 56"
My Houses in Capricorn
House VII (Desc)with cusp in 22° 20' 15"

Aquarius

Strengths
inventive, humanistic, friendly, reformative
Weaknesses
emotionally detached, impersonal, aloof
Element
Air
Quality
Fixed
Ruler
Uranus (traditionally, Saturn)
Related House
Friendships (Eleventh house)
Motto
I know
My Planets in Aquarius

Your chart doesn't have any planets in this sign.

My Houses in Aquarius
House VIIIwith cusp in 12° 3' 14"

Pisces

Strengths
mystical, intuitive, creative, romantic, sensitive
Weaknesses
escapist, unrealistic, submissive, codependent
Element
Water
Quality
Mutable
Ruler
Neptune (traditionally, Jupiter)
Related House
Secrets (Twelfth house)
Motto
I believe
My Planets in Pisces
Neptunelocated in 18° 37' 43"
My Houses in Pisces
House IXwith cusp in 5° 12' 16"
My Houses

I. House of the Self

conscious self, identity, self expression, first impressions, appearance.

The first house starting point is the Ascendant: where the Sun rose for the astrological event in the chart, and as such it is significant in understanding how an individual approaches life and is seen by others.

South-Eastern Quadrant

Southern Hemisphere: inner-world, unconscious

Eastern Hemisphere: self-expression

My House I Cusp
22° 20' 15"
My Planets in House I

Your chart doesn't have any planets in this house.

II. House of Value, Finances or Money

material situation, finances, assets, property, self worth, moral values, stability, security.

South-Eastern Quadrant

Southern Hemisphere: inner-world, unconscious

Eastern Hemisphere: self-expression

My House II Cusp
12° 3' 14"
My Planets in House II

Your chart doesn't have any planets in this house.

III. House of Intellect

communication, perception, education, immediate environment (neighbors, family).

South-Eastern Quadrant

Southern Hemisphere: inner-world, unconscious

Eastern Hemisphere: self-expression

My House III Cusp
5° 12' 16"
My Planets in House III
Venuslocated in 18° 2' 59"

IV. House of Origins

home, family, ancestry, parents, childhood.

The fourth house’s starting point is the Immum Coeli (IC), which is the lowest point in the sky (the Sun’s Nadir,) and as such it symbolizes the depths of one’s connection to the soul.

South-Western Quadrant

Southern Hemisphere: inner-world, unconscious

Western Hemisphere: relations to others

My House IV Cusp
4° 37' 22"
My Planets in House IV
Sunlocated in 25° 12' 37"
Mercurylocated in 10° 32' 51"

V. House of Pleasure

inner child, creativity, hobbies, interests, entertainment.

South-Western Quadrant

Southern Hemisphere: inner-world, unconscious

Western Hemisphere: relations to others

My House V Cusp
11° 9' 55"
My Planets in House V
Moonlocated in 14° 10' 15"

VI. House of Service

health, body, wellbeing, work (vs. career,) obligations, pets, colleagues.

South-Western Quadrant

Southern Hemisphere: inner-world, unconscious

Western Hemisphere: relations to others

My House VI Cusp
19° 26' 48"
My Planets in House VI
Jupiterlocated in 19° 19' 45"

VII. House of Relationships

one-to-one relationships, romantic partners, open enemies.

The seventh house’s starting point is the Descendant (DC), which is where the Sun sets, and marks the threshold between the inner and the outer worlds and qualities and as such indicates the kinds of relationships the individual seeks, and the kind of people she/he attracts.

North-Western Quadrant

Northern Hemisphere: outer world, conscious

Western Hemisphere: relations to others

My House VII Cusp
22° 20' 15"
My Planets in House VII
Saturnlocated in 25° 38' 0"
Plutolocated in 22° 31' 56"

VIII. House of Transformation

change, death, rebirth, crisis, sexuality, personal growth, shared assets, shared values.

North-Western Quadrant

Northern Hemisphere: outer world, conscious

Western Hemisphere: relations to others

My House VIII Cusp
12° 3' 14"
My Planets in House VIII

Your chart doesn't have any planets in this house.

IX. House of Spirituality

belief systems, ideologies, religion, higher learning, worldview.

North-Western Quadrant

Northern Hemisphere: outer world, conscious

Western Hemisphere: relations to others

My House IX Cusp
5° 12' 16"
My Planets in House IX
Neptunelocated in 18° 37' 43"

X. House of Ambition

vocation, career (vs. work,) ambitions, achievements, social standing, social recognition.

The tenth house’s starting point is the Midheaven (Medium Coeli, MC), which is the highest point in the sky (the Sun’s zenith,) and as such symbolizes the culmination/goal of an individual’s life. Where the fourth house (its opposite) symbolizes roots, the tenth house symbolizes fruits.

North-Eastern Quadrant

Northern Hemisphere: outer world, conscious

Eastern Hemisphere: self-expression

My House X Cusp
4° 37' 22"
My Planets in House X
Marslocated in 19° 46' 32"
Uranuslocated in 9° 14' 0"
Lilithlocated in 29° 38' 24"
Chironlocated in 6° 21' 3"

XI. House of Friendships

social life, groups, communities, feeling of belonging, contributions to the collective, encouragement from others.

North-Eastern Quadrant

Northern Hemisphere: outer world, conscious

Eastern Hemisphere: self-expression

My House XI Cusp
11° 9' 55"
My Planets in House XI

Your chart doesn't have any planets in this house.

XII. House of Secrets

dreams, hidden strengths/weaknessess, karma, secret enemies, withdrawal, transcendence, recuperation, mystical experience.

North-Eastern Quadrant

Northern Hemisphere: outer world, conscious

Eastern Hemisphere: self-expression

My House XII Cusp
19° 26' 48"
My Planets in House XII
Mean Nodelocated in 22° 49' 18"
My Planets

Sun

ego, basic personality, conscious, vitality, stamina, life energy, will, personal identity

Group
Personal
Rulership
Leo
My Aspects to Sun

Moon

subconscious, emotions, instincts, habits, moods, maternity

Group
Personal
Rulership
Cancer
My Aspects to Moon

Mercury

(retrograde)

mind, communication, intellect, reason, language, intelligence

Group
Personal
Rulership
Gemini, Virgo
My Aspects to Mercury

Venus

attraction, love, beauty, harmony, artistic sensibility

Group
Personal
Rulership
Taurus, Libra
My Aspects to Venus

Mars

(retrograde)

aggression, drive, action, desire, competition, courage, passion, self-assertion

Group
Personal
Rulership
Aries
My Aspects to Mars

Jupiter

luck, growth, expansion, optimism, abundance, faith

Group
Social
Rulership
Sagittarius
My Aspects to Jupiter

Saturn

structure, restriction, discipline, responsibility, obligation, concentration, limitation, material form

Group
Social
Rulership
Capricorn
My Aspects to Saturn

Uranus

(retrograde)

eccentricity, rebellion, reformation, unpredictable change, liberation, disruption

Group
Spiritual
Rulership
Aquarius
My Aspects to Uranus

Neptune

(retrograde)

dreams, intution, mysticism, imagination, delusion, disintegration of limits

Group
Spiritual
Rulership
Pisces
My Aspects to Neptune

Pluto

transformation, power, death, rebirth, evolution

Group
Spiritual
Rulership
Scorpio
My Aspects to Pluto

Mean Node

future, life's direction, goals

My Aspects to Mean Node

Lilith

repressed self, anguish, resentment, rejection

My Aspects to Lilith

Chiron

(retrograde)

wounded self, healer, suffering, acceptance

My Aspects to Chiron
My Major Aspects

Conjunction

A conjunction represents a close bond and interpenetration of both energies. The planets involved continually influence each other. If these planetary energies are similar - for example Moon/Venus or Sun/Mars - the conjunction’s potential is increased. In this case, the planets support each other and in combination often find it easier to assert themselves when facing others. If two very different planets are close together - for example Mercury/Saturn or Mars/Neptune - the potential in each may end up being inhibited.

(copied from Astrowiki)

Classification
Major
Temperament
Synthetic
Angle
0.0
Orb Used
10.0
Conjunctions in your chart:

Sextile

A key word for sextile is “excitement”. The trine relationship between two planets is so easily expressed that it seems natural and obvious, whereas the sextile contains some of the tension of the 2-series (which includes the opposition and square.)

As with the trine, the sextile usually indicates areas of life that go well for the person, but where opportunities can slip because the person may feel no pressure to develop his talents. The sextile represents a challenge to act, although the motivating factor is weaker than the analytical aspects in which the element of pressure is more prominent. When this happens the sextile merely functions as a weak trine. The sextile offers an opportunity to learn and expand one’s horizons without the same degree of stress.

(copied from Astrowiki)

Classification
Major
Temperament
Synthetic
Angle
60.0
Orb Used
6.0
Sextiles in your chart:

Square

Square aspects have an inherent potential for conflict between the planets involved, irrespective of whether their energies are of a similar quality or not, and they can have a tendency to hinder each other’s development. This is the reason why astrologers in the past often referred to the square as an inhibiting or hard aspect. Square aspects will often manifest as pressure felt within the individual to “act out” according to the planets’ natures. For example, someone with Mars square Uranus may have an unpredictable, explosive temper; as Mars rules anger and Uranus signifies sudden disruptive events.

More constructively, squares will also show where the person might work energetically to manifest the planets’ more positive natures, because the square is not an aspect of ease and relaxation. A square involving a 10th house planet, for example, might push the person to work very hard at his career.

Modern astrology emphasises the special challenge of this aspect. The squares in a horoscope show where the native needs to work and what tests must be passed before maturing. This also means that squares serve as a constant reminder not to fall into lethargy or become too self-satisfied. In order to deal with squares in a positive way, it is necessary to be conscious of their inherent potential and to develop constructive expressions.

(copied from Astrowiki)

Classification
Major
Temperament
Analytical
Angle
90.0
Orb Used
10.0
Squares in your chart:

Trine

The trine is usually experienced as supportive and helpful. The flow of energy between the planets involved is unimpeded. The supportive energy of the trine comes naturally and does not need to be earned. The trine could therefore be considered a place of relative calm in the horoscope which does not have to be fought for. This is not only important for an individual’s wellbeing, but is also important in that it enables the individual to concentrate her energies elsewhere. However, if trines dominate the horoscope, there is a danger that the individual may lack the motivation to work on his own development. Everything may seem so good that he sees little need to change anything.

(copied from Astrowiki)

Classification
Major
Temperament
Synthetic
Angle
120.0
Orb Used
10.0
Trines in your chart:

Opposition

The planets involved directly confront each other and the horoscope owner may tend to concentrate on the pole that appears to be more dominant to the detriment of the supposedly weaker one. If this happens the neglected energy is often experienced in the form of projections. It is also possible that the individual goes through alternating phases in which either one or the other pole is emphasised. The great challenge of the opposition is to integrate the two poles. The task is to transform the energy so that they strengthen each other and work together rather than work against each other. How easy this is likely to be will depend on the energies of the planets involved. If these energies are similar - for example an opposition between the Moon and Venus or the Sun and Mars - the task should be somewhat easier. However the task will be more difficult if they are very different - as would be the case with an opposition between Saturn and Mercury or Mars and Neptune.

(copied from Astrowiki)

Classification
Major
Temperament
Analytical
Angle
180.0
Orb Used
10.0
Oppositions in your chart:
My Minor Aspects

SemiSquare

The energy of the semi-square is similar to that of the square and sesquisquare, being one of the 2-series of aspects. It is therefore counted as one of the analytical aspects which show tension but also challenges that can help us grow and learn. However, any conflicts felt are not as immediately apparent as they are in the case of the square, making it easier to avoid them and miss an opportunity for growth. So, a semi-square can indicate subtle tensions which we would rather ignore. This may intially seem tempting but is unlikely to lead to long term solutions.

(copied from Astrowiki)

Classification
Minor
Temperament
Analytical
Angle
45.0
Orb Used
3.0
SemiSquares in your chart:

Sesquisquare

(Also known as Sesquiquadrate)

The sesquiquadrate’s energy is similar to that of the square and semi-square. It belongs to the group of analytical aspects divisible by 2, which create tension and challenge us to work and learn. But the conflict is less apparent than with the square. It is easier to supress, making it more difficult to learn from the challenge. Sesquiquadrates tend to indicate a smouldering conflict that one would prefer to ignore. Any relief would then tend to be short-lived. Sesquiquadrates therefore tend to indicate themes of a long-term and stubborn nature. The German astrologer Thomas Ring talks of a “tear in the structure”.

Sesquisquares can occur between planets that are either in the same element (such as 6 degrees Leo and 21 degrees Sagittarius) or in different elements. Theoretically the same-element sesquisquares should be easier to manage because the signs have the same basic approach to life.

(copied from Astrowiki)

Classification
Minor
Temperament
Analytical
Angle
135.0
Orb Used
3.0
Sesquisquares in your chart:

SemiSextile

A semi-sextile normally connects two consecutive signs. A connection between two consecutive signs indicates a connection between two opposing energies, because consecutive signs always belong to different elements and have different qualities. For this reason semi-sextiles are often thought of as connecting two planets that have difficulty working together; or indicating difficulties or challenges because two energies that feel alien to one another need to be integrated.

An alternative view is that the sequence of signs in the zodiac is not arbitrary but contains a deep logic. The energy inherent in each sign of the zodiac is a prerequisite for the following one. For this reason, two planets connected by a semi-sextile can work constructively together while retaining their clearly defined roles. The planet in the preceding sign paves the way, as it were, for the following one. This understanding can help to create opportunities out of the difficulties associated with semi-sextiles.

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Classification
Minor
Temperament
Neutral
Angle
30.0
Orb Used
3.0
SemiSextiles in your chart:

Quincunx

The quincunx is a “neutral aspect”: it doesn’t signify harmony or tension, but it does indicate a difficult to realize potential.

A quincunx can involve an effort to reconcile two planets’ meanings in the chart, but even when the initial signs seem positive, there is no guarantee of success. In the end, it may not prove possible to truly integrate the energies involved. For example, if Venus and Mars stand in quincunx to one another a person may try to boost her self-confidence by investing large amounts of energy (Mars) in order to achieve aesthetic goals (Venus). But she may feel that the energy invested never produces the desired results. For this reason the quincunx is thought to be difficult to deal with and is often referred to as an aspect of desire or longing. On the other hand it shows important themes which the horoscope owner must face. The lack of success can be an impetus to consider and possibly change established patterns of behaviour. In this sense the quincunx hints at new possibilities.

These patterns of tension that are relatively minor, yet persistent and difficult to resolve lead to this aspect’s second meaning: adjustment. It is often simply easier to live with a source of disappointment or aggravation than to take action to try to resolve it. Perhaps the person feels the present outcome is inevitable.

Part of the problem is that it is difficult for a third planet, natal or by transit, to offer resolution. A third planet might sextile or trine one of the quincunx planets, yet square the other one. Resolution is best handled by identifying the basic needs of each planet and looking for non-stressful activities that draw on both their strengths.

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Classification
Minor
Temperament
Neutral
Angle
150.0
Orb Used
3.0
Quincunxs in your chart:

Quintile

The quintile points to talents and potential not necessarily indicated by the major aspects. This is particulary true of artistic talent. In comparison to trines, quintiles give a greater emphasis on the purposeful manifestation of one’s talents, or making something of them; be they artistic, scientific, or demonstrations of one’s personal power. Thus quintiles appear with some frequency in the charts of both artists and repressive political leaders. In each case they suggest talent plus the ambition to make something of it in the world.

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Classification
Minor
Temperament
Synthetic
Angle
72.0
Orb Used
2.0
Quintiles in your chart:

BiQuintile

The biquintile is seen as especially helpful in artistic matters. In this respect it resembles the quintile. Individuals with such an aspect between two planets are often only vaguely aware of it. However, if someone is sensitive enough it can aid in developing creative powers which can help to find original solutions and throw a positive light on issues that initially appear problematic.

(copied from Astrowiki)

Classification
Minor
Temperament
Synthetic
Angle
144.0
Orb Used
2.0
BiQuintiles in your chart: