When transit Uranus is in your 9th house, you can have life experiences that broaden your mind and life, but they occur unexpectedly or suddenly. You encounter people from all walks of life, and they open your mind to new ideas and ways of living.
Susie, thank you for your question! You don't have to worry about Uranus crossing your ascendant - or any other transit or trigger for your natal chart. I'll get to that later, though. Let's first look at transits.
Events Although transits are the most popular tool for predictive birth astrology today, they are rarely used properly. Transits don't create events - they just trigger them. The potential for an important event needs to be there on your natal chart.
Planets in transit can activate this potential so that it somehow manifests itself in your life. But if there is nothing to activate, there is no corresponding event. When looking for potential events in the table, rely on the rule of 3.
If a particular trigger shows up three or more times, it is more likely to show up as an event. When working with transits, you would be looking for a planet that would receive three or more simultaneous triggers. You can also combine transits with other tools like advances or directions.
This is how transits work best. They activate the potential for long-term progress or direction. At some level I believe we have an inner experience with every transit, but unless the experience is particularly intense or contrasts with our nature.
Usually we don't feel it, we won't notice it. Now let's see how Uranus crosses your ascendant. These are actually two different triggers - Uranus in connection with the Ascendant and Uranus in transit through your First House.
Term context. Uranus will be close to your ascendant for the next two years, and it will likely be in your First House for about seven years. Outer planetary transits can trigger potential events, but they are never involved in their timing events because the outer planets move so slowly.
On an inner level of experience, this is a time of personal change and transformation. Uranus mixes things up, and as the First House represents your entire life when, including your health, happiness, and appearance, this is a time when radical change is possible. You will feel this most intensely in the months in which Uranus crosses your ascendant back and forth.
But that doesn't mean you will experience all the major events that disrupt your life. As Uranus moves through your First House, it is likely to trigger multiple planets in your chart and cause some changes and disruptions. Since your First House is the trigger for these changes, all upcoming activities will be the result of changes in your personality.
As you change your relationship to happiness, that choice permeates every part of your life. Every time the Uranus transit in your First House triggers a planet in your horoscope, the disruption from you personally will affect the areas of life associated with the houses ruled by the tripped planet, and you will take action and experience the aftermath of the disruption in the house the planet occupies. Again, these transits are not always followed by flashy or significant events in your life.
But even if it looks like an impending transit is likely to trigger a major event in your life, you still don't need to worry about absolute free will - although it doesn't mean what most people think. Free will does not mean that you can control the events in your life or prevent accidents or disruptions. Bad things happen sometimes.
Experience these events and what they ultimately mean to you. Free will means that you can prepare for the events a bit too. The key to preparing for any outer planetary trigger is to rightly relate to Saturn.
Saturn represents the rules, boundaries, structures, limitations, form and stability in our life. And the outer planets always kind of mess that up. Uranus bothers it; Neptune dissolves it; and Pluto destroys it.
Whether or not these experiences are pleasant depends on how attached you are to Saturn. Knowing that Uranus will create changes and disruptions around your identity, appearance, physical body, health, and happiness, you can prepare for it by becoming aware of the Saturn-based boundaries, judgments, and structures that exist define these things for you. What would happen if those boundaries or judgments shifted? Who would you be These are not easy questions and there are no quick answers.
But if you now start to question and ponder the possibilities when the new Uranus information emerges, it won't be nearly as disturbing or unexpected. You have the opportunity to experience enormous freedom during this transit. But how you experience this transit is what you want.
There is an urgent need to discover the truth regarding hidden subjects. When Uranus transits the 8th house, it can indicate a change in joint finances and a partner's income may alter. Unexpected changes in fortune either way can occur. .
Rhonda, thanks for your question! The Greek lots or Arabic parts are sensitive points in the table. They are usually calculated using the relationships between three points in the table; the part of happiness, which is certainly the most famous of the Arabic parts, is calculated using the distances between the Sun, Moon and Ascendant. The part of happiness is so popular because it represents money, and money is always one of the top three concerns of anyone who has ever consulted an astrologer in the history of astrology, but understanding how to get on with the part of astrology is important Luck works.
The happiness part is a sensitive issue. Sensitive points in the chart, which include the angles, the lunar nodes, and the Arabic parts, are not physical bodies. They don't shine light, and that means they don't make any aspects; they can only receive it.
For example, if you have the Mars trine Jupiter in your natal chart, both Mars and Jupiter will experience this aspect. The areas of life ruled by your Mars become more extensive, and the areas of life ruled by your Jupiter become more aggressive. But when you have the ascendant Mars Trine, the energy only flows in one direction.
How you appear and deal with the world becomes more direct and focused, but the areas of life that are ruled by your Mars remain untouched. One point is that they do not have EssentialDignity. Traditional astrology relies heavily on Essential Dignity to evaluate the relative power and influence of the planets in the chart.
You can't tell how much money you might have by looking at the luck part. the Greeks valued the planet that rules that part of happiness. This gets confusing because when ancient astrologers talked about fortune (the part of happiness) they often meant the planet that rules happiness.
Part of happiness, not part of happiness itself. Often - but not always. The house placement of the part of happiness was important, and it was also important when a planet was 'with' the part of happiness, a term that opened up yet another can of worms.
As far as I can tell, the only aspects that were important to Hellenistic astrologers in relation to the lots or the parts were conjunctions. But since they also worked with whole sign aspects, every planet would be in the same sign as the part of happiness “with” the part of happiness. A partial conjunction where the planet has the same total degree as the happiness part would be much more meaningful, but that is the only distinction they seemed to make.
So let's summarize. The happiness part is a sensitive point in the natal chart that represents your money and assets. But the planet that rules the part of happiness also represents your money and assets.
Triggers on either the part of happiness or the planet that rules that part of happiness could affect your money flow. If you are looking at aspects on a sensitive point, you need to use a very small sphere. In the natal chart, I allow a 2 ° - Sphere for aspects on sensitive points, but if you consider dynamic aspects like transits, progressions or directions, I only allow a 1 ° sphere.
And that brings us to the question of transits. The ancients have nothing to say about transits into the happiness part because the ancients did not use transits for predictions. The popularity of transits - and their presence as the main predictive trigger - is very new.
The full potential of your life - including all potential events and experiences - is contained in your natal chart. The potential of the horoscope unfolds over time, but if an experience is not included in the chart it will never happen. Not everyone has the potential to be incredibly rich, or world famous, or even to live long, healthy lives.
However, everyone has the potential to be perfectly happy because happiness has nothing! do with any external trimmings. In predictive natal astrology, transits are mainly used as indicators of timing. Transits activate the potential contained in a primary direction or a secondary progression.
However, transits only matter if they can trigger something. Pluto moving over your part of happiness may or may not be a trigger for you. It depends on what else is going on in your horoscope for your money, resources, and wealth.
If the potential is in your chart, the transit of Pluto coupled with your part of happiness could be a time of powerful financial gain. But it all depends on what's going on with your Saturn, the planet that rules your part of happiness in Capricorn. Saturn, the ruler of your part of happiness, shows your wealth potential in this life and triggers Saturn, far more than just being triggers for the part of happiness, financial ups and downs will correspond to financial ups and downs.
Remember, Pluto will be within 1 ° of your part of happiness for approximately two years, and during that time there is a greater chance that triggers for Saturn will have an impact on your finances. Whether this results in financial gains or financial loss depends on the type of trigger for Saturn.
Uranus in the 3rd House...
However, if given room to express itself and ample independence, Uranus can flourish in the third house. Uranus can lend its creative and original intellectual style to the third house and great success to the chart holder, but it must be fed with freedom and not starved with tedious rules.
It has been 30 days since Uranus first appeared in the sky. At first it looked like our moon had found an astellar partner, but then we understood that something much much bigger was coming, which made Uranus so unstable how could this epic collision change the ice giant? if and what would happen if Uranus collided with Earth's rollback 30 days when things were still normal Uranus lived a quiet life on the edge of our solar system, about 3 billion kilometers from us, and then suddenly it began to come closer to astronomers would the first press the panic button through their calculations it would take 13 years to reach the collision point, we would have little time, but we would at least have a small chance to evacuate the earth, but the cold blue giant had other plans in mind, this would not be a standard planetary drill. Planets don't just take off from their orbit for no reason at all, but somehow uranusdidnow, it would race through the sun A system that soars to a speed of about 1,000 kilometers per second, because of that unexpectedly high speed we would only have about 30 days left, this planetary anus would shine like a bright blue star in the sky and ever The day it would appear bigger and brighter, our sky would not only look beautiful because of the ice giant shines down on us but also thanks to many shooting stars only that would be no stars at all to get into the earth's orbit uranus would have to pass an asteroid belt between jupiter and mars this would pass through the stable orbits interfere with many asteroids and some of them in our way like these asteroids cast as large as 150 miles in diameter, which is a few times larger than the one responsible who wiped dinosaurs from the face of the earth about 65 million years ago.
We had nowhere to go, we'd just stay back here and watch the end of time unfold before our eyes, we might as well enjoy the view when the first asteroids appeared as shooting stars, Uranus would be about this big look like the moon, but it would grow fast as it got closer, while you were waiting in here for the demise of mankind and the stench that would knock you out even if you smell a whiff of it, because well, me mean, I smell like farts. The ice giant's upper atmosphere is mostly hydrogen sulfide. It's the same stuff that makes rotten eggs ring so bad, imagine a whole planet rotten eggs devouring the earth at the thought of it making me sick but Uranus would not come alone, he would take all of its 27 moons with him for the journey and these moons would hit the earth from all sides as one fart-filled Uranus would compress what was left of our atmosphere, and the rapidly rising temperatures would ignite it just like that, our beautiful blue plane it would fall inline and begin to orbit the ice giant, eventually becoming one of its many moons, uranus wouldn't with this attack get away with it so easily but the last time it collided with another planetary object twice the size of earth it overturned yeah uranus is the only planet in our neighborhood that is spinning on its side with ours Earthly home could help make it back to the way it once was, but to the earth we know, by some inexplicable mystery that would re-merge life on the stinking remains of the earth, we would be the blue of Uranus on the Seeing the horizon would look just as cool as if Earth were one of Jupiter's moons, but that's a story f for another What if?
Uranus is what is known as a generational planet because it moves so slowly (it takes 84 years to go around the zodiac, and spends about seven years in each sign, often weaving in and out by retrograde all the while).15 2018 .
In ancient times, people studied the night sky and discovered the worlds of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. But beyond this realm of knowledge, another world shone brightly, just waiting to be discovered. Uranus is the sun's seventh planet from a distance of about 20 astronomical units, or 20 times the distance between the earth and the sun.
Uranus orbits the star once every 84 earth years, roughly the length of a person's entire life. This orbit makes each season of Uranus last that much longer. In theory, a person living on Uranus would only experience the four seasons once, but each for about 21 years.
Uranus has the coldest temperatures in the solar system, partly because of its distance from the sun. These freezing temperatures, which drop as low as minus 370 degrees Fahrenheit, are largely influenced by the composition of the planet. Uranus is about four earths wide and has an earth-sized core of iron and magnesium silicate.
The rest, about 80% of Uranus, is a global ocean of ice made up of water, ammonia, and methane, the chemical behind the planet's cool blue color. This icy composition prevents Uranus from emitting a lot of heat compared to other planets, making the blue world the coldest in the solar system. In addition to the extreme temperatures and orbit, Uranus has a dramatic orientation.
While the other seven planets revolve around their axes like tops, Uranus appears to be rolling along its equator. The planet is tilted at an almost right angle with the polar regions pointing away from the Sun and away from it, rather than up and down, this tilt which is believed to be the result of Uranus' collision with at least one celestial body , also influenced the alignment of Uranus' 13 rings and 27 known moons. In contrast to the rings and moons of other worlds, which orbit their home planets horizontally, those of Uranus in a vertical orientation along the planet's inclined equator, similar to a ferris wheel.
Uranus and its many unusual features were a mystery to the ancients, and the planet was actually ly thought to be a star. But in the late 18th century, the astronomer William Herschel discovered that the celestial object was indeed a new world. The scientific community debated what the planet should be called and eventually chose a name suggested by astronomer Johann Elert Bode.
Since Jupiter was the father of gods and Saturn was the father of Jupiter, this new planet should be the father of Saturn, Caelus, be. But instead of following the tradition of using names from the ancient Roman religion, Bode opted for Caelus's ancient Greek equivalent, Ouranos, instead. Ouranos, the ancient Greek god of the sky, was then Latinized to Uranus.
To date, Uranus is still the only planet deviating from tradition with an ancient Greek namesake, a status best suited for a planet beyond convention.
How long do Pluto transits last? On average, Pluto spends fifteen years transiting a house I know this to be true since my mega-Pluto transit began with Pluto entering my 6th house in 2006 and will end with the planet crossing my Descendant in a year. .
The initial transit of Uranus into Aries is a bit of a preview, in may respects. That is because it returns to Pisces by September 1 2016, returning to Aries for its 7-year long transit in Aries by April 7 2017.
Uranus in the eighth house indicates that you are interested in topics like life after death, the occult, and the great secrets of life. In the natal chart, the eighth house is the house of sex, too. People who have their natal Uranus in eighth house sometimes have unusual sexual desires. .
The Uranus In Scorpio: Personality
Uranus is a symbol of new technology, rebellion, revolution, enlightenment, and unconventional thinking. Uranus in Scorpio tends to be a rebel. They are always going against the grain to come up with new and insightful ideas.
Moon is the Lord of 4th house, stands exalted in the 2nd house of Taurus and becomes debilitated in the 8th house of Scorpio. The Moon provides very good results if placed in houses 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 and 9 whereas the 6th, 8th, 10th, 11th and 12th houses are bad for the Moon. .
Uranus was designated the day ruler of Aquarius while Saturn was to be its night ruler.