What is an out of bounds Moon in astrology?

What is an out of bounds Moon in astrology?

When a celestial body goes beyond this maximum declination of 23°27′, either north or south, it is considered out-of-bounds. In that position, the planet is outside the boundary limits of the ecliptic plane − that is, beyond the plane of the Earth’s orbit around the Sun.

What does it mean if the moon rules my chart?

Moon: Cancer Rising It’s a sign of high emotions, so Cancer Rising has a sensitive visage: You may appear to others to be kind and caring. “Others experience you as a nurturer, but it’s important you tend to yourself as well as others,” says Lang.

What is Syzygy in astrology?

In astronomy, a syzygy (/ˈsɪzɪdʒi/ SIZ-ih-jee; from Ancient Greek σύζυγος (suzugos) ‘yoked together’) is a roughly straight-line configuration of three or more celestial bodies in a gravitational system.

What is final Dispositor in astrology?

Glenn: As we’ve discussed in class, a final dispositor is a planet that disposes the longest chain of planets in the chart. By definition a final dispositor is in its own sign; thus, no planet can dispose of it. It’s the end of the line, the final cause of the chart, that for the sake of which other things happen.

What is parallel in astrology?

A contraparallel takes place between two planets whose declinations are at approximately the same degree on different sides, one north and one south, whereas a parallel takes place between two planets whose declinations are at approximately the same degree on the same side, both north or both south.

Is ascending the same as rising?

Your rising sign is also known as your ascendant, and it’s always the sign that rules the first house of your zodiac chart (which is where your chart begins). “The ascendant is the point where the sky meets earth and it’s where the sun rises each day, hence the interchangeable term ‘rising sign,'” Otero says.

How often is syzygy?

Syzygy occurs when the Moon and Sun are aligned, an event that happens twice monthly. The effect on Earth is that the gravitational pull of these two space bodies is strengthened, increasing the elevation of high tides and decreasing low tides.

What is it called when moons align?

This is called an annular eclipse, which leaves a ring of the sun’s light still visible from around the moon. This alignment usually occurs every year or two, but is only visible from a small area on Earth. When moon is too small to cover the entire sun’s disk, a ring or “annulus” of bright sunlight surrounds the moon.

What are depositors in astrology?

The dispositor is the planet which is the ruler of the sign or house that is occupied by another sign or house lord. In Hindu astrology the Planetary dispositor is also known as the Poshaka, meaning the “Nourisher”, because it tends to aid the occupant of its sign or house.

What is Aquarius planet?

Aquarius/Ruling planet

When is the Moon out of bounds in astrology?

If the declination of the moon in a chart is greater than 23 degrees and 27 minutes north or south, this is considered a moon out of bounds. But, as I’m often asked, what does that mean?

Where do I find the Moon on my natal chart?

Go to your natal chart and click “Additional tables (PDF)” above your birth data, and look for declinations higher than 23’27” north or south in the Planet Positions table.

Can a person be born with an out of bounds planet?

Some people were born with the Moon or a planet out-of-bounds, and in this case some of the typical for this status qualities will be with them for the whole life. Others can acquire such qualities temporarily, when their Moon or a personal planet goes out-of-bounds in the secondary progression.

Where does the declination of the Moon take place?

The Moon’s most minimal declination transits (less than 18° North and 18° South) occur while the Lunar North Node is moving from Libra to Virgo. The Lunar North Node factor only applies to the Moon’s declination transits and does not appear to be related to the other planets’ Out of Bounds events.