Discover astrology and its basic principles
Psychological and archetypal astrology
An astrological consultation makes a dialogue with nature possible, in that the archetypes or patterns portrayed in the birth chart weave the person to the tread of the cosmos through their unique personality, that will give them a place...
The signs in astrology
The characteristics associated to each sign are part of popular culture and we know that Aries is impulsive, Cancer is moody, Gemini is curious with multiple interests, Leo creative, Scorpio has depth, Capricorn is ambitious and Aquarius non-conformist...
The elements in astrology
The temperament is a mix of qualities associated with the four elements, the signs and the seasons, according to the Greeks. Jung actualised this theory of personality types and associated the four elements with functions. A predominance of air in the chart is related to thinking, water to feeling, earth with sensation and fire intuition.
Astrological birth chart analysis
Here are some very brief showcases of how we weave together the symbols for birth chart interpretation step by step.
A birth chart is a map of the sky as seen from the Earth at the time and place of of birth. The planetary placements are interpreted as archetypes, universal principles associated with a range of thematic meanings, experiences and psychological tendencies, that are expressed in perceptions, emotions, images, attitudes, beliefs, memories as well as in synchronistic external events with a meaning that resonate with those patterns.
The planets in astrology
The planets are associated with fundamental energies that inform all matter in nature with intelligent patterns. This universal principles, that astrologers call archetypes, are associated with basic motivations that portray a map of the psyche. The placements in the birth chart reveal deep insights into the personality. Find out what the planetary archetypes symbolise in the birth chart.
The houses in astrology
The astrological houses are subdivisions of the Earth based its’ diurnal rotation on its axis that mark the cyle of the Sun as it is seen from the Earth as it rises in the East of the horizon, passes overhead in the Midheaven, sets in the West and hides in the Imun Coeli. The daily cycle of the Sun as represented in the time map of the birth chart is associated with a field of everyday experience based on a natural rythm.
The aspects in astrology
How are the planets aligned? An opposition represents a dilema, a trine symbolises a talent and a semi-square is a very productive combination.
The archetypes in astrology
The archetypes are intelligent patterns in nature that structure the psyche. Plato associated them to the planetary cycles and called them ideas or forms, Kant made them internal and called them a priori categories of the mind and Jung tried to join the perspectives using the term motivations. What have other philosopher's thought about them?
The list of people who have acknowledged a debt to astrology reads like the Who's Who; of the greatest philosopher's, scientists and artists that the West has produced: Leonardo Da Vinci, Botticelli, Paracelsus, Kepler, Copernicus, Isaac Newton, Daniel Defoe, Victor Hugo, Carl Jung. It heavily influenced Shakespeare, entre otros que rodeaban la corte de la Reina Elizabeth I.
Resources about astrology
If you’d like to learn more about astrology, here’s a list of bibliography we highly recommend. The authors are the best references in contemporary approaches to astrology: psychological, archetypal and political.