Zodiac Birth Chart Analysis
What does astrology have to do with the stars?
Humans have stargazed since the dawn of time. Over thousands of years, our prehistoric ancestors tracked awesome phenomena such as eclipses and short-range comets, as well as frequent cyclical patterns. Distinctive twinkling star clusters were deemed “constellations,” while fixed, celestial bodies were identified as “planets.” Underneath the calm of the velvety night sky, the moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn — known as the “classical planets” — were discovered.
The ancient Babylonians created the zodiac by dividing the sky into twelve sections, each named after the largest constellation it contained. The zodiac calendar both tracked time and provided predictions: The Babylonians observed that the movement of planets, called transits, corresponded with both auspicious events and misfortunes on earth. The Romans adopted the zodiac at the dawn of the first century, expanding the roles of the stars and planets through mythology. It was at that intersection of meticulous observation and epic folklore that astrology was born. (Birth Charts 101)
We use your birth chart analysis as a starting point in understanding the talents and personality traits that you have brought with you from the previous lifetime into this current existence. This understanding gives you a deeper look into the ego and which archetypes are holding you back from living your highest potential. Your zodiac charts must be studied in conjunction with the Archetype Chart Analysis. We offer personalised readings at a small donation of your choice. Contact us for more details if you are struggling to do the analysis by yourself.