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Astrology: Sun Secrets Revealed

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Decoding the symbolism of the Sun in a person’s comprehensive astrology charts gives you an enormous amount of data about his or her personal fate and personality.

You’re probably familiar with your Sun sign, and it’s understandable if you don’t believe in Sun sign astrology (i.e., horoscopes). I don’t either. Sun sign astrology didn’t exist until about 100 years ago, when it was created as a form of entertainment. Contrast that with the authentic science of astrology, which originated around 300 BC and peaked around 1300 AD.

Ancient astrologers showed that consistently high accuracy rates in prediction and personality analysis demand a comprehensive approach involving pattern recognition, using hundreds of indicators. Although the Sun is not the only heavenly body to consider, it’s an important one.

Below I list select Sun secrets and features.

  1. The Sun is masculine and rules the sign of Leo. The Sun is exalted in the sign of Aries. The Sun in the sign of Aquarius or Libra (notice the opposite of the sign it rules and the sign in which it is exalted) is adverse, but it can be symbolically reversed; the negative or positive energy of any given factor is reduced or supported by the energy of the other hundreds of factors.
  2. The Sun symbolizes charisma, honor, fame, power, prime ministers, rulers, kings, members of the court (princes, etc.), fathers, radio and TV broadcasters and commentators, TV anchormen and anchorwomen, and famous personalities such as performers, actors, and models.
  3. The Sun also symbolizes overall difficulties in life if it (and its ruler) is in poor health and, or bad position.
  4. The strength of a person’s natal Sun (same with the natal Moon) and its ruler has a lot to do with the level of personal adversity in his or her life.
  5. The most potent heavenly body in a person’s comprehensive astrology charts (it’s not the “chart ruler,” the Ascendant ruler, as dictated by modern astrology) and everything connected to it offers a wealth of information. When it’s the Sun, the person is much more likely than average to yearn for and be in positions of authority and influence. Honor and recognition is also easier to come by.
  6. Although it’s only one of many factors to consider, the Sun has a lot to do with a person’s level of recognition and fame, and can represent infamy.
  7. The Sun has much to do with love interests—if the love interest is a man. It (along with other factors) represents romantic partners.
  8. The debate about your real Sun sign continues to rage, but it’s inconsequential compared to the collective energy of the other hundreds of factors in your comprehensive charts.

The symbolism of the Sun in comprehensive astrology reveals a great deal of insight about a person’s character, timing, and fate.

Copyright © 2015 Scott Petullo

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