What should I look for in solar return chart?
- Placement of the sun by house.
- Sun conjunct a solar return angle.
- Aspects your sun makes to other planets.
- Solar Return Ascendant (or rising) sign & ruling planet.
- Solar Return planets on solar return angles.
- Critical degrees.
- Overall Shape.
What does my solar return chart mean? The solar return chart is an astrology chart that’s calculated for the exact moment the Sun returns to its “natal” or birth position. It’s an excellent tool to help you assess and predict the themes that will arise for you during your next “solar year”—the 12 months that happen from one birthday to the next.
What does your Saturn return mean? A Saturn Return happens approximately every 29.5 years (i.e., the duration of Saturn’s orbit around the sun), which means it lands in the same place in the sky it did when you were born roughly around the time you turn 29. Generally, it “returns” for approximately 2.5 to 3 years.
Does location matter for solar return chart? Your Solar Return chart is cast for the date and time the Sun reaches your natal Sun placement. However, the location of your chart is not your birth location. Most astrologers prefer to use the location you are physically in during the moment of your return because this is technically where the energy imprint occurs.