Composite Sun Oh so Random Post

Published January 2, 2014 by starsmoonandsun

I started to think about the composite sun while having a conversation with someone today. The Sun in the composite chart is the soul of a union, partnership, friendship etc. This person mentioned I know more about them than anyone else at our job. He mentioned he is very private. I already knew this, his sun is conjunct his Nadir more commonly known as the IC or 4th house cusp.

The Nadir is one of the four angles, each angle ruling a different facet of life. It is also one of the karmic houses along with 8th and 12th. The 4th house rules our family, our ancestry, our roots, our home base, it rules the mother, real estate, the unconscious, the hidden, and it’s the lowest part of the chart and represents the beginning of life and the end of life. From the womb the start of life to the tomb the end of life where we are buried under ground. The Nadir or 4th house cusp is the lowest part of the natal chart.

Together this person and I have a composite 4th house Sun. When he said that I know more about him I immediately remembered our composite 4th house Sun and admired the fact that astrology can often be obvious. No need to go looking at asteroids and searching for fixed stars. If it is written it should be right there in plain view. None of this his Karma conjuncts my Psyche and trines the 5th house cusp. No. The 4th house rules midnight. We met late at night, we met while working overnight.  I find that to be perfect if not even funny.

(You can read more about composite charts here)

https://starsmoonandsun.wordpress.com/2011/11/21/composite-chart/?preview=true&preview_id=166&preview_nonce=907735eb5f

And here                                                            

http://www.astro.com/astrology/in_composit_e.htm

and here

http://astrologystudy.blogspot.com/2012/08/composite-houses-and-4-clusters.html

 

The Composite sun and moon give indicators as to the purpose of the relationship   (A relationship can be a spouse, a friend, an employer, a lover, a parent). The sun often being the focal point of the relationship of the 2 parties involved you can follow the aspects to see how it plays out.

 

The composite 4th house Sun often builds a home together, this is not my particular experience but I have found myself saying “you feel like home to me” there is an ease when communicating with this person and I feel like I have known them always in a way. Familiarity and a certain level of comfort exist, I suppose. The literal manifestation as us having met late at night and I can attest to the fact that something is private about the connection with him. I do not speak about him to others. Or I guess I should say I rarely do, but not my inner workings, not my thoughts or feelings. Under different circumstances I think I could have cared deeply for him as a composite 4th house suggests…but that’s a whole other post. You get the gist comfort; home, familiarity, and privacy are themes. Our composite sun conjuncts Mercury (communication) makes a trine to Uranus and squares Pluto. Text book would say we have a mental connection, accept one another’s eccentricities, but the square from Pluto says nothing here is light. Pluto transforms whatever it touches

 

 

I had a dreaded composite 6th house sun with my plutonic love. The 6th house is the house of health, work and servitude! This is not where you want your relationship sun. We also had an exact Sun conjunct Jupiter the planet of excess. Jupiter multiplies whatever it touches your joys and your sorrows. Someone once said we could have never lived a real life together because we would have never gotten anything done. We existed in a bubble (Sun opposite Neptune). There was drinking, slow dancing and music, bubble baths and fire place flickers. On the plus I felt we communicated dare I say telepathically. (You will never understand until you have lived it) But at the end of the day the 6th house is not a happy house, unless you work together. I have a composite 6th house with a coworker, I love her but I don’t want to marry her! Plutonic Love and I knew each other as children. His words: he always liked me. I didn’t like him, we had childhood issues I don’t care to write about it here. But in short I didn’t like him and he would write me letters and god I don’t even know if I read them. Years later we reconnected I was crazy about him, he married someone else. The balance is always off. He still had pictures of us as children handy. (Oh the things we carry with us always). I was not in a good place when showing up on his doorstep 15+ years later. Emotionally I was vulnerable and here in itself lies several Sun in 6th house issues. This is the house of servitude, servant to master, the employee to the boss; one party in the relationship has the upper hand.  Obviously it changes from time to time, who has the power that does not. Often this shows up in extramarital affairs. There is a sense of inequality with the composite 6th house sun. Someone is sacrificing something, I didn’t see it at the time but even in the most perfect circumstances we would have had to sacrifice ourselves to be together. I wouldn’t have believed it at the time I was too busy making deals with god to bring us together, but we would not have made each other happy.  I will also say this position doesn’t particularly cultivate healthy relationships patterns. My personal quote regarding my composite 6th house sun is “you had to accept me at my worst because you could have never had me at my best”.

 

Composite 12th house Sun

I have a friend we share a composite 12th house sun the 12th house rules self-undoing, secrets; it is also a karmic house like the 4th and the 8th indicating knowing one another in a past life or us sharing past life karma. This house also rules prisons, seclusion, dreams and things we do not see clearly. We are friends only and I can say that we often give one another free passes on bad behavior. When we go out it is always “oh have another drink” “oh you want to hook up with so and so go ahead even if he is bad for you” “you only live once” I try to be conscious of the ways we encourage bad behavior in one another but the 12th house is the house of the unconsciousness so that information is hard to grasp. If either one of us has done something we know no one else would approve of, we call one another. We give the green light to indiscretions. We have Sun trine Jupiter unlike the conjunction it lends to caring and forgiveness without excess, we also have Sun trine Neptune, we drink together listen to music and go to the movies; all Neptunian fields. But I’m not hoping he will save me from myself 😉 we have Sun opposite Pluto similar to the square this isn’t a light friendship. There are power struggles, but this is the 12th house ruled naturally by Pisces and Neptune, forgiveness is offered as is turning a blind eye to anything we do wrong out in the world or to each other.

I would love to hear your composite sun story!
It is also worth a mention I have heard the best synastry in the world will not negate the composite chart. The Composite chart is how your relationship functions as a unit, synastry in basically just chemistry and we all know sometimes the best chemistry isn’t enough to build a life.

Happy New Year Love and Light! xo

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5 comments on “Composite Sun Oh so Random Post

  • Hi Danielle. Happy New Mayor ? Personally I will celebrate the new year on March 21st. Thanks for the new post, it feels fresh, not random. I just checked my composite chart with my partner of 22 years. Way off the mark. I just don’t get midpoints. I prefer synastry. Liz Greene gets us spot on. So, what would you say to a composite sun in the 8th house and moon in 12th ? Would you run a mile or relish the challenge ? Would you decide not to meet if you read a difficult composite in advance ? What a puzzle !

  • On second thoughts, maybe I am being a tad dismissive of the composite chart. It does have some merits, and much depends on how you interpret it. But where will it all end ? Transits to the progressed composite ? 🙂

  • Hi Danielle, your astrology blog is one of my favorites and I look forward to reading your posts whenever a new feed pops into my e-mail. I have to respond to your call for stories about the composite sun. First, I must say I was surprised at the title – “Oh So Random Post” – because I jumped on the first part “Composite Sun” and find nothing at all random about composite charts.

    My story is about a somewhat mutually consuming love-from-afar that was never meant to be anything more, as shown by our composite sun in the 12th house with no aspects except an inconjunct to Saturn in the 7th house. We first laid eyes on each other Dec. 2006 and then each made “appointment” appearances to see each other again at the same place 3x/week – without speaking – for four years. He finally broke the silence and we opened up in Sept. 2010. At that time he had been living with a woman for 7 years. He and I secretly saw each other – composite 12th house sun – a few times over the next two years, until I realized he was never going end his other relationship and ours was never going to develop – no composite sun aspects other than an inconjunct to Saturn in 7th.

    Another feature that can be read in composite charts is how individuals’ planets aspect planets in the composite; e.g., our composite sun is exactly conjunct my ASC, our composite ASC is conjunct his sun, our composite moon is conjunct our composite Saturn, and our composite Jupiter is conjunct my MC/IC.

    There’s more to our charts in composite but the story is about the composite sun: where the vitality of the relationship is and how it aspects other parts of the relationship.

    Thanks for your hard work on your blog, I really enjoy and learn from your posts.

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