"Whenever you take the offer of an Aries/Virgo’s help, you always wish you hadn't. What starts out as a romance ends up to be life training class. How do you get Aries sign/Virgo rising to stay out of your business? Either be better than them at everything or give them something to do that takes a lot of time and is very complicated, keeping them out of your hair."
Since 3rd house is the house of communication, would it indicate a difficulty with expressing ones self?
I mean, is it the result of social conditioning, or is it because people really identify more with their Western chart? It just seems to make no sense, since sidereal astrology is supposedly the most accurate scientifically.
- confused face -
Well anyway, such a question can only really be answered with opinions.
So, what do you think?
Why do you prefer whichever one you prefer?
Pisces Mars, 6th house
Aries Sun, Venus 8th house
Aries Mercury 7th house.
[Virgo Moon 1st house, Virgo Rising]
I mean, the Aries is supposed to be pretty aggressive, right? The complete opposite of a Pisces Mars... which is sensitive and the such like. So how would the two work together in a birth chart?5 AnswersHoroscopes8 years ago
How do degrees work in astrology - the higher the degree, the more intense the planet is in your birth chart?
Or something, something?
And do degrees have the same significance in Sidereal and Tropical astrology?4 AnswersHoroscopes8 years ago
Since they're somewhat different from their Tropical selves, and all the jazz.
I'm not feeling it, lol.
Why, in your opinion, do some people relate more to their sidereal chart, as opposed to their tropical one?
Cap locks :O
And I meant it.
I must be a badass.
How do you think the fire/earth thing will play out in the personality of such a person?
What do you think they'd be like?
Well, by "them", I mean me XD
Do the planets, signs, houses, etc, mean the same thing in Sidereal astrology, as they do in tropical?
If not, what differs - and how so?
I think the houses differ, right?
It's all very well to say that in sidereal astrology I'm an Aries Sun, Virgo Moon, Virgo Rising, but there's no use in knowing that unless I know what it means to have those things. I can draw my own conclusions based on my experiences of tropical astrology.... but again, there's no use in me doing that either, if everything is completely different, to the point where planets and signs mean something new (or in this case, "old") XD5 AnswersHoroscopes8 years ago