Any real personal significance of Pluto entering a new sign/house?
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by /u/tabibootbandit
2d ago
I’m sure you’ve seen posts on tiktok or Twitter from horoscope astrologers telling people the next 20 years will be xyz because Pluto has entered a new sign/house for them.. Is there any legitimacy to this? I know like Pluto will matter in the sense of making new aspects to personal planets but will changing house actually do anything significant or noticeable? submitted by /u/tabibootbandit [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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What transits would be positive for travelling?
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by /u/sf44444
2d ago
Transits to indicate travelling or good travel experience? submitted by /u/sf44444 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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The Pattern’s “peak dates”
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by /u/seasonsofus
2d ago
When looking at my timing/cycles, the pattern has peak dates but I’m not sure what they mean. Could anyone care to explain? Thanks! submitted by /u/seasonsofus [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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How important are progression transits?
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by /u/Fancy_Cap_7401
2d ago
I'm just recently advancing into progression transits and am wondering how closely do ya'll follow them and what the accuracy is in your experience vs transits to your natal chart? submitted by /u/Fancy_Cap_7401 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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The principle of mercury retrograde
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by /u/heyitschibi
2d ago
ok I really want to see everyone’s opinions on this. but mercury rx is known for communication going haywire & whatever is started on mercury rx will end sometime in future rx’s right? So we all know to reflect and not to start something new unless absolutely necessary. what if… someone goes back to work at an old place they used to work at during a retrograde? or if they rekindled an old relationship, or moved back to an old home they used to live in etc (you get the gist of it) would it work out this time bc it’s like revisiting what was in the past? is it the same principle as a new be ..read more
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Where can I get started?
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by /u/Acceptable_Post2764
2d ago
Hi! I'm completely brand new to astrology but it is something that I've wanted to get into for awhile. I guess im just posting this asking for help because I have NO IDEA where to start. There seems like so much I need to learn and uncover. I did find my full birth chart online by putting my birthday into astro seek but thats about it. I was just wondering what I should do next. Any recommendations help! submitted by /u/Acceptable_Post2764 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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What's the name of this?
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by /u/iirena_
2d ago
this is such a random question. last year i found something alongside the lines of: sixteen is the year of venus, seventeen is the year of mars. the explanations and the connections made sense to me. right now i really wanna know about the rest. i don't even know what to google to find out more about this. is that even like a real thing? submitted by /u/iirena_ [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Workbooks
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by /u/whosleepyowlwho
2d ago
Are there any really good work books, or books in general for people just starting to dip their toes in astrology? I know there are 100 posts about this - but I’m hoping very specifically for a book that will have me work/practice (vs just reading to learn). I was hoping to sign up for a course this year, but it’s just not in my budget, so trying to self teach in the meantime. Any recommendations (and/or advice) welcome!!! submitted by /u/whosleepyowlwho [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Rising vs Sun sign
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by /u/spayzentaym
2d ago
Do you think that the Rising sign would fully embody the characteristics of their sign from that get-go than those who have it as their Sun sign. Say a Sagittarius rising would innately be adventurous and optimistic, like it comes easy for them, while someone whose sun is in Sagittarius would need to learn and pursue it in their lifetime. But the desire is there, its is felt, and it is what you would want to move towards to. submitted by /u/spayzentaym [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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House placements
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by /u/Ilaxilil
2d ago
If a house encompasses more than one sign, would the placement be the sign that it starts in, or the sign that takes up the majority of the house? submitted by /u/Ilaxilil [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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