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As someone who's really into astrology, I thought I'd share a little something about being trans and how it relates to astrology. 

You've always felt a little different, like the person you see in the mirror isn't quite an accurate reflection of your true self. But how do you know who you really are inside? Looking to the stars for answers might help provide some insight.

Astrology has long been used to gain self-knowledge and predict the future. Now some astrologers, myself included, think the positions of the planets at your birth could reveal if you're transgender or were meant to transition genders.

The Trans Experience and Astrology

Many trans and non-binary people turn to astrology for guidance on their identity and path in life. Your natal chart, or birth chart, provides a map of the celestial bodies at the exact time and place you were born. The positions and relationships of the sun, moon, and planets in the zodiac signs and houses in your transgender astrology chart can reveal insights into your core self, life challenges, and destiny.

Planetary Placements

The planets represent archetypes that shape our psyche and experience. For example, the moon reflects your emotional nature and inner self, while the sun signifies your outward identity and life purpose. Planets in signs traditionally associated with the opposite gender may indicate a more fluid sense of gender identity or expression.

House Placements

The houses represent different life areas and environments that shape you. Planets in the first house of self, fourth house of home life, or eighth house of intimacy and transformation may reveal issues around identity, family acceptance, or relationships that many trans or non-binary people face.

Key Transgender Indicators in Natal ChartsA Feminine Sun or Moon

If your natal chart shows a Sun or Moon in a feminine sign like Pisces, Cancer, or Libra, that can indicate a more feminine identity or expression that doesn’t match the sex you were assigned at birth. These placements often show a sensitive, emotional nature and a desire to nurture or be nurtured.

Planetary Placements in the 12th House

The 12th house rules the subconscious and what is hidden or confined. Planets here, especially the Sun, Moon, or Mars, can point to a gender identity that feels confined or hidden from view. There may be a sense that your true self exists in the subconscious, waiting to emerge.

A Prominent Neptune

Neptune is the planet of illusion, spirituality, and transcendence. Strong Neptune placements, particularly a conjunction with the Sun or Moon, can indicate a desire to transcend limiting beliefs around gender or a feeling that your core identity is fluid or transcends societal constructions.

Chiron Aspects

Chiron, the “wounded healer,” represents deep psychic wounds and the journey toward wholeness. Aspects between Chiron and personal planets like the Sun, Moon or Venus often reflect a need to heal wounds around identity, relationships, sexuality or self-expression. For trans or non-binary people, Chiron aspects can point to the inner work needed to fully embrace and express your true gender identity.

Planetary Aspects and Placements for Gender Identity

When examining a birth chart through the lens of gender identity, pay close attention to the placements and aspects of the moon, Venus, Mars, and Uranus. These planets in particular can reveal insights into a person’s sense of self and sexuality.

For example, a moon in a masculine sign like Aries or Mars in a feminine sign like Libra may indicate a blend of feminine and masculine qualities in a person’s emotional nature or self-expression. Venus, the planet of love and relationships, in a mutable sign like Gemini or Sagittarius shows a fluid and open approach to sexuality and partnerships.

Uranus, the planet of revolution and change, prominently aspecting personal planets like the moon or Venus can signify a person who does not conform to traditional gender roles. They may be gender non-conforming or experience changes in their gender identity or sexual orientation over their lifetime.

The signs and houses these planets occupy matter as well. A grouping of inner planets in the 8th house of sex and transformation or the 12th house of self-undoing can reflect a complex inner life related to gender and desire. Planets in mutable signs promote openness, while fixed signs indicate a steadfast sense of identity.

The interpretations here only scratch the surface. Exploring a full birth chart—with all its intersecting layers of signs, planets, houses, and aspects—allows for a profound reflection of a person’s essence. Astrology reveals what is, not what should be, and in that way honors people of all gender identities.

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