What are my south and North Node? In the sky, the two nodes, also called the lunar nodes, are the invisible points at which the moon’s orbit intersects the Earth’s orbit around the sun, called the ecliptic—which happens both in the northern hemisphere (at a point called the north node) and the southern hemisphere (at a point called the south node).
How do I find my south node? 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.
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.)
How do I find my North Node and my house? Open your NUiT app and click on “Astrology” then “Birth Chart.” In the Advanced section, you’ll see “North Node” at the bottom of your placements. Notice which number is next to it. 👉🏾 This is the House your North Node is located in!