A NATAL CHART is a map showing the positions of the planets at the time of birth. Astralomen app provides tables of exact position of SUN, PLANETS, ASCENDANT, TRUE NODE and CHIRON at the date of birth and aspects between planets. SUN – position of the sun at birth within one of the twelve zodiac signs and explanation for that position. PLANETS – planetary positions in the signs of the zodiac and meaning of those positions. ASPECTS – astrological relations between SUN, PLANETS, ASCENDANT, TRUE NODE and CHIRON and meaning of those relations. HOUSES – position of planets in the houses of the natal chart and meaning of those positions. CHART – natal chart with planetary positions and aspects at the time of birth. Red line represents conjunction between planets, dark line represents sqare, and green line represents opposition between planets. Using sliding bar you can decrease and increase chart image. You can share natal chart with your friends.

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The sign that the Sun occupied at the moment of your birth is the most basic astrological fact about you. It defines your ego, motivations, needs, and approach to life. But the Sun is not the only planet that affects you. Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Chiron, Uranus,Neptune, and Pluto, not to mention the Moon, represent distinct types of energy that express themselves in the style of the sign they are in.

The Sun, the Moon, and the planets play individual parts in your horoscope. Their meanings are as follows:   

The Sun represents your essential self, will, individuality, vitality, and desire for power. More than any other planet, it represents who you are. It also symbolizes men in general.   

The Moon represents your emotions, subconscious, instincts, habits, and memory. It also represents women in general.  

Mercury symbolizes your style of communication, your reasoning ability, and the way you think.  

Venus represents those parts of your life that are concerned with love, attraction, beauty, possessions, and the arts.  

Mars is the planet of desire and aggression. It represents your physical energy, combativeness, enterprise, and courage.   Jupiter is the planet of expansion and good fortune. It represents growth, prosperity, abundance, wisdom, generosity, and the higher mind. Jupiter’s position in a horoscope tells you where you’re lucky.

 Saturn represents limitation, restriction, caution, organization, endurance, and discipline. It tells you where you have to face your fears – and also where you’re ambitious.

 Chiron, a dwarf planet discovered in 1977, represents past hurt and future healing. Astrologersoften associate it with holistic medicine.  Uranus represents originality, independence, rebelliousness, inventiveness, insight, and everything unexpected.  

 Neptune represents spirituality, dreams, psychic ability, intuition, disintegration, compassion, self-sacrifice, deception, and illusion.

Pluto represents elimination, destruction, regeneration, renewal, and transformation.

When the Babylonians were establishing the principles of astrology, the constellations and the signs of the zodiac were in alignment. On the vernal equinox (the first day of spring), the Sun was in the constellation Aries: That is, if you could see the Sun and the stars simultaneously, you would see the Sun surrounded by the stars of the Ram. In those  days, the signs and the constellations coincided.  On the vernal equinox today, the Sun shows up amidst the  stars of Pisces the Fish. The reason for this shift is that the Earth wobbles on its axis, which traces a circle in space like the spindle of a spinning top. As the axis shifts, the constellations seem to slip backwards. The amount of slippage over a human lifetime is minuscule, but over generations it adds up. As a result, every equinox takes place a little earlier in the zodiac than the one before. This process is called the precession of the equinoxes. It explains why the vernal equinox, which used to occur in the constellation Aries, now takes place in Pisces. When the equinox moves back even further, to the constellation of the Water Bearer, the Age of Aquarius will officially begin.