not be concerned with the numbers or the symbols, in light yellow,
next to the actual ASPECT symbol. That is for an advance lesson.
read the aspectarian you would read first the symbol on the far
left (the faster of the two planets aspected) and then find the
planets you want to see if aspected at all with the top line.
example, to find out what planets are aspected to SATURN you would
find Saturn on the left vertical column and then read across that
line to find that Saturn is aspected with the Ascendant which is
sesquiquadrate and Uranus which is squared.
But that is not all the planets that are aspected with Saturn. That
just indicates Saturn being the faster planet or the planet aspecting
the slower planets. The Ascendant and Midheaven are not planets
but are considered PERSONAL
find out ALL the planets aspecting Saturn you would need to look
at the top horizontal row for the planets that are faster than Saturn
and are making aspects. Here you find that: Moon is trined Saturn,
Mercury is squared Saturn, Venus is sextiled Saturn, Mars is in
opposition to Saturn, and Jupiter is in conjunction to Saturn.
summarize Saturn is aspected with the faster planets of the Moon,
Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter and the slower planets of Uranus
and the personal point of the Ascendant.
Find all the planets that have HARD
ASPECTS : oppositions, squares and inconjuncts/quincunxes
and semisquares. Write them all out. For example, .
will give you practice on writing the glyphs and memorizing them.
step, draw up an aspectarian (make a grid of 14 columns and 14
rows) for your own natal chart if you don't have one. (you
can order a free natal chart here) Now see what interpretations
you may have.
TO LESSON 4: The Aspects