How do you know your rising sign? “Astrologers need the precise time of birth to cast a chart because the position of the horizon changes so quickly,” Viera says. “You can locate your rising on a circle chart by finding the line that cuts horizontally through the center and following it to the left. The sign that that line cuts through is your rising.”
What time is your rising sign? The sign that was ascending on the eastern horizon at the time of your birth is considered your rising or ascendant.
What are the three rising signs?
- Earth Risings (Taurus, Vigro and Capricorn)
- Fire Risings (Aries, Leo and Sagittarius)
- Water Risings (Pisces, Scorpio and Cancer)
- Air Risings (Gemini, Libra and Aquarius)
What is a rising sign? The Rising Sign refers to the zodiac sign that was rising (or ascending, hence why it’s also referred to as the “Ascendant”) in the eastern horizon when you were born. Although the stars overhead may appear static to the naked eye, the scene overhead actually moves extremely rapidly.