Birth Chart: Planets and Asteroids that Conjunct the Ascendant

If you’ve tried to draw your birth chart or if you’ve asked an astrologer to do that, you certainly know that – in order to draw a person’s natal chart – you need to know the hour of the birth. Knowing the date and the place of birth isn’t enough: you need to know the hour. This information is very important: because the hour of the birth determines the Ascendant. And the Ascendant influences the whole birth chart and a person’s character.
Since the Ascendant is so important, the meaning of a planet that is conjunct to the Ascendant is very important, too.

In the video above I give you information about the following planets, asteroids and other important points in conjunction to the Ascendant:
Sun conjunct the Ascendant
Moon conjunct the Ascendant
Mercury conjunct the Ascendant
Venus conjunct the Ascendant
Mars conjunct the Ascendant
Jupiter conjunct the Ascendant
Saturn conjunct the Ascendant
Uranus conjunct the Ascendant
Neptune conjunct the Ascendant
Pluto conjunct the Ascendant
Chiron conjunct the Ascendant
(Dark Moon) Lilith conjunct the Ascendant
Juno conjunct the Ascendant
Ceres conjunct the Ascendant
Pallas Athena conjunct the Ascendant
Vesta conjunct the Ascendant
North Node conjunct the Ascendant
South Node conjunct the Ascendant
Part of Fortune conjunct the Ascendant

For a correct interpretation of the planets in conjunction to the Ascendant you should also verify if the planet is forming other aspects to the other planets and important points in the chart.
In the birth chart, the Ascendant is marked with the letters AS or ASC. If you think at the birth chart as a clock, you’ll find the Ascendant at 9 o’clock. We will consider a planet as being conjunct to the Ascendant if it’s located 5 or fewer degrees before or after the Ascendant (so in the 12th or 1st house of the birth chart).