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Astrology Birth Chart 101: How Do I Run And Read My Chart?

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Similar to your fingerprint, genetics, or blood type you were born with a unique personal diagram of the zodiac, at the moment you were born. This diagram is called your Astrological Birth Chart. You can think of your chart as a pictograph of your personality, your characteristics, and your life path.

Birth charts are divided into 12 unique houses that all represent different areas of your life

  • First House: The House Of Self
  • Second House: The House of Money
  • Third House: The House of Communication
  • Fourth House: The House of Home
  • Fifth House: The House of Creativity
  • Sixth House: The House of Service
  • Seventh House: The House of Partnership
  • Eighth House: The House of Death
  • Ninth House: The House of Mental Exploration
  • Tenth House: The House of Career
  • Eleventh House: The House of Friends And Hopes
  • Twelfth House: The House of Secrets

Within your personal birth chart, your unique planetary placements will be in unique zodiac signs that fall in the various houses above. The categorization of those planets, the signs they’re in, and the houses they fall under depict unique aspects of your soul map.

Run your personal chart!

Do you have the exact time and place of your birth? That’s all you need in order to run your chart! Visit astro.com for a free calculation. Then tune in below with, Mastering the Zodiac with Athen Chimenti, to learn how to read your birth chart in a matter of minutes!

Shannan Slevin

Shannan Slevin is a leading expert in driving organizational, community, and individual well-being. She pulls from a wide range of methodologies with a background in Communications, Astrology, Pilates, Yoga, GYROTONIC EXPANSION SYSTEM®, Integrative Health Coaching, Nutrition, and Mindful Leadership. Shannan has taught more than 5,000 students, including high-integrity CEOs, Venture Capitalists, entrepreneurs, business owners, and C-suite executives—she encourages self-awareness, creativity, and consciousness through all of her endeavors.

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