A How To Post: finding the house your new moon, full moon or transit is in

Published January 29, 2014 by starsmoonandsun

This is an educational post on how to find your transits in the houses for example when you hear a new moon is at 10 degrees of aquarius or an eclipse is at 14 degrees of Aries or Saturn is transiting 21 degrees of Scorpio you will know what house to look in. You will know where & how this will effect you

Step 1 go to http://www.astro.com

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Step 2 Select Extended Chart Selection

Step 3 fill out the birth data entry & click continue this will bring you to your birth chart

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Step 4 press additional tables PDF
You will see the location of the planets & on the right side your houses

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You only need the sign and the houses at this stage you do not need the “planet positions”. My 12th house is at 20 degrees of capricorn -my first house is at 19 degrees of aquarius that means that my 12th house holds 20 degrees of capricorn all the way until 19 degrees of aquarius

This week a new moon is in 10 degrees of aquarius. It falls in my 12th house because my 1st house doesn’t start until 19 degrees.

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Another way to do this is to simply click "transits" on the natal chart page & this will bring up your natal chart & the transiting planets in green on the outside. For instance Saturn is transiting my 9th house, you can see that by just looking at it.

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If you ever need to change the date on the extended chart selection page you can adjust the date too see past transits or future transits

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One comment on “A How To Post: finding the house your new moon, full moon or transit is in

  • Hi Danielle. Thank you so much for this post. It is fascinating. Now I can see that Saturn crept into my 11th house on 4th January without me consciously realising it. I will reflect on what it holds for the next two years. And I didn’t realize that you could set the date to past transits. That makes a whole lot of sense of key dates for me. Thanks again.

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