I am new to astrology. I am a Taurus Sun and an "out of bounds capricorn moon" with a 26 degree declination. I have been a loner since I was a child. Will things change?


The "out of bounds" Moon is not something that many astrologers use when interpreting charts. There is already so much information in a Natal Birth Chart. Each zodiac sign has 30 degrees, from 0 to 29 degrees. If I were to use this out of bounds theory, it would discount any of the planets in degrees 23-29, almost one third of the possible degrees they could be in. So I don't consider it, and after over 40 yrs. of practice, have never used this method. Newer astrologers keep adding more and more bells and whistles, like all the asteroids, when they really don't matter in an individual's chart that much. They can matter in a whole country's chart. I feel it's an unnecessary distraction.

The Capricorn moon means you are very reserved and probably don't make friends easily. It takes you longer to get to know people and to trust them. You are discriminating in the sense that you want to decide if you want a certain person in your life. You don't express your feelings easily. But the Taurus Sun is easier. Since both are Earth signs, Taurus is ruled by Venus, so you are kind and gentle, generally helping others and enjoying them more easily. You like nice things, but are a hard worker.

Plus every planet in your natal birth chart is in a zodiac sign and house, and a distance away from each other planet which has a meaning called an aspect. As a beginner, learn the basics. What does each Sun sign mean? What does each planet mean? What do the houses mean? What does each planet mean in the zodiac sign and house? Then you must learn the aspects, conjunctions, sextiles, trine, squares, oppositions. That will take a good two years right there. Plus you need to learn the symbols, or glyphs, that represent the planets and zodiac signs. Some astrologers just like to sound superior by making more out of small issues like this out of bounds thing, when without that, or asteroids, I take at least 10 hours to interpret a chart. And I draw them up without a program, any beginner should learn to do that before depending on computer charts. So there are years of learning before you need to add negligible information to the interpretation of your astrology chart. It's more important to learn what aspects your Moon DOES make to other planets, instead of worrying about how far it is from the equator and such, or how it "appears."

Updated on July 4, 2019

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Capricorn Moon Sign Emotions
By Jean Bakula

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