How do I find my South Node in astrology? If you look at your birth chart, you will find a glyph (an astrological symbol) that looks like a horseshoe. That is the symbol for the North Node. The glyph for the South Node is an upside-down horseshoe. Once you find those symbols in your chart, then you can circle them.
What does South Node represent? Our South Node represents where we’re coming from and what we’re bringing into this life. That includes lessons from our past lives, and thus, all the gifts and qualities that you’ve already mastered. The North Node, on the other hand, represents the path that you are growing into through this life. It’s your destiny.
What is your north node? Unlike the other aspects of your birth chart, your north node is not a celestial body. Your north and south nodes are the points where the moon’s orbit and the plane of the ecliptic converge during the time you were born. Together, they tell the story of your soul’s journey through every life you’ve lived so far.
Is South Node Ketu? Astronomically, Rahu and Ketu denote the points of intersection of the paths of the Sun and the Moon as they move on the celestial sphere, and do not correspond to a physical planet. Therefore, Rahu and Ketu are respectively called the north and the south lunar nodes.