How are north and south nodes determined? The lunar nodes are directly opposite each other in the chart. They aren’t planets but rather mathematical points on the chart that fall in two opposite zodiac signs. (For example, if your north node is in Capricorn, your south node will be in its opposite sign of Cancer, and so on.)
What are my north and south nodes in astrology? In astrology, the lunar nodes of the Moon are divided into two: the North Node and the South Node. Both tell a story of fate and destiny, in this life (the North Node) and your past lives (the South Node). Every year and a half, the lunar nodes change signs.
What does your North Node placement mean? “When you focus your attention on following the path designated by the north node, you feel more fulfilled and more purposeful.” — Rachel Lang, intuitive astrologer. True to its name, your north node is your true north or your North Star, says Lang. “It’s the point of destiny you continue to follow throughout your life
What is your South Node in astrology? Your south node is an aspect of your birth chart that directly correlates with your north node. These two aspects are not planets, but the points where the moon’s orbit pierced through the plane of ecliptic when you were born. Together, they’re known as the lunar nodes.