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Example Case Study Chart - Sun in the 1st house of Solar Return Chart

This is the chart of a woman who has just separated from her husband and is filing for a divorce. 
Debbie had been married to a very controlling man for approximately ten years. During most of her marriage, she was extremely overweight.

She was a stay-at-home mother and rarely left the house or went out socially. Debbie had no friends and only spent a little time talking to neighbors. However, when the family financial situation changed, Debbie was forced to seek a part-time job at a local supermarket. 
Once she started working, she began to develop friendships with other employees. She started to lose weight, and eventually, a beautiful woman emerged. During this time, Debbie's husband became even more controlling and would not let her go out with friends or stay at work for employee functions. At the very beginning of the solar return year shown here, she asked him to leave, and one month later threw him out .


Looking at this char , we see the Sun in the 1st house indicating that this is a time when Debbie will be testing her skills and abilities to make things happen on her own. She went 
directly from parents to marriage; this is the first time in her life that she will need to rely on herself. We can see the need for change: in addition to the Sun in the 1st house, Uranus is also there, conjuncting the Sun, compounding the restlessness and desire 

for change. It is interesting to note that the Moon is also in the first house. Whenever the Sun and Moon appear in the same house, there is a new beginning of one kind or another. Debbie is beginning life without her husband. When the Sun and the Moon are in the same house, but in different signs, the unconscious need or desire (Moon) is different from the conscious desire (Sun). 

Here, the Moon is in Scorpio, and this is the year this woman really discovered how enjoyable sex could be. She took a lover and became orgasmic for the first time in her life. But her lover tried to press her into marriage, and she dearly loved her freedom (represented by the Sun in Sagittarius conjunct Uranus). She was torn, but her lover eventually refused to see her when she would not make a commitment. 

So here Debbie is alone, standing on her own two feet and raising two children. Since she was a part-time employee, money was never certain. She wanted a promotion to full-time employment We can see that this was unlikely with Saturn in the 11th house of pro-motions and money from employment If we look at the 2nd house, we also see uncertainty there with Neptune. This particular placement can indicate "hand to mouth" economics. There rarely is a guarantee of a steady income or much financial backup with Neptune in the 2nd. This worried her, but with Mars in the 10th house, we can see that Debbie was resourceful. Whenever anyone needed some time off, Debbie would fill in for him or her and work the extra hours. In this way, she supplemented her income. Debbie's employers, 
noticing how willing she was to work, promoted her to a full-time position the following year when the Sun moved into the 10th house. 

SOLAR RETURN CHART BASIC : from first house to 12 house ...

From year to year, the Sun passes through the Solar return chart in a clockwise direction, falling into every third house for those people who remain in the same location. See  For example..

Astrologers use the term "Sun in the 1st house  of Solar Return" to describe a particular Astrological Reading technique of observing the moving planets forward in YEARLY BASIS. 

This technique is aptly named because it describes how a person progresses through their life From Birth Day to Birth day.

Therefore Progress In Yearly Solar Return are likely to show us signposts in life's journey and consequently help us gain wisdom and understanding. 


Astrosignature for This Month of TAURUS SEASON 2023

The SUN in TAURUS A.K.A Taurus Season April 20 to May 20 Your Monthly Horoscope According to Changing of Zodiac Season. For This Solar Month of TAURUS SEASON    • use prayer as a nonreligious utility 

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