Astrology is an ancient science and art that uses the placement of the planets in the sky at the time of our birth to describe our personality and the phases of life we go through. Each planet governs an area of our life, and is affected by the sign it’s found in.

What planets are we talking about?

Since we’re working mainly with relationships here (after all, they’re our biggest sources of both joy and learning opportunities), for our purposes we’re looking at just three planets – the Sun, Venus and Mars:

  • The Sun represents our core essence or personality.
  • Venus describes how we love and relate to others, as well as what we value. For a man, this also indicates the type of partner he’s looking for.
  • Mars describes how we take action and the nature of our sex-drive. For a woman, this also indicates the type of partner she’s looking for.

In the bigger picture, there are many other planets involved so this is purely a snapshot of how a person might operate in these particular areas of life. Also, although we’re born with certain tendencies, we often change as we’re influenced (for better or worse) by our life experiences. So interacting with someone in person will always give you a clearer sense of who they are now than any information you might read about them, wherever that information comes from.

How does this work?

It’s simple:

  1. Check here what signs the Sun, Venus and Mars fall in for you and/or the person you’re interested in (you’ll need their birth date).
  2. Go here to read about them.

Need more info?

For some more background:

Read about how your signs are calculated.

Read about matching with someone else.

Read about the influence of the elements.

 

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Note: I am an amateur astrologer and by no means qualified to draw up anyone’s personal chart. For more detailed information on your chart, please contact a professional astrologer.

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