Chiron in the composite chart represents the healing journey that a couple will embark on together. The placement of Chiron in a house in the composite chart shows where the couple is likely to experience pain and vulnerability, but also where they have the potential to find deep healing and growth together.
1st House: There is a shared wound or sensitivity related to self-expression, identity, or physical appearance. There’s a deep sense of insecurity or feeling different from others that both partners share. However, this placement can also indicate a strong desire to heal and overcome these issues together. In some cases, this can also mean that the relationship itself is a source of healing and growth for both partners, and that they have a strong sense of purpose or destiny together. The first house is associated with the self, the physical body, and the individual identity, so having Chiron here can indicate a need to work on these issues both individually and together in the relationship.
2nd House: There may be wounds related to self-worth, material possessions, and finances in the relationship. The second house also represents values and self-esteem, so the relationship may bring up deep emotional issues related to self-esteem and self-worth. There could also be shared wounds around money and material possessions, leading to a shared desire for financial security and stability. This placement indicates the potential for the relationship to bring about healing and growth in these areas of life, with both partners learning to value themselves and each other in new ways.
3rd House: A healing and transformative dynamic in communication and mental connections between the two in the relationship. They have shared wounds related to communication, learning, and self-expression that they can help each other heal. This placement also indicates a spiritual connection through shared interests and intellectual pursuits. The individuals are able to help each other develop new skills and perspectives, and to communicate more effectively and compassionately.
4th House: There might be deep emotional wounds and issues related to the family, childhood, and the sense of belonging. The wound may be related to feeling abandoned, neglected, or unsupported by family members or a sense of feeling like an outsider within the family dynamic. This placement also indicates a desire to create a healing environment and to build a nurturing home life for oneself and one's partner. There's a need to confront and heal old family patterns and issues, and to establish a sense of emotional security and stability. This placement can offer an opportunity for deep emotional healing and growth through facing and resolving past wounds related to family and home life.
5th House: This relationship has the potential to bring up wounds related to creativity, self-expression, and matters related to children. The fifth house represents our creative self-expression, including hobbies, artistic pursuits, romance, and children. With Chiron in the fifth house, there's a sense of insecurity or a wound related to self-expression or creativity that the relationship can help to heal. This could manifest as a fear of expressing oneself creatively or a sense of being unworthy of attention or recognition for one's artistic abilities. Alternatively, the wound could be related to children, such as fertility issues or past trauma related to parenting or childhood. This placement can also indicate that the relationship has the potential to facilitate healing in these areas. Through creative self-expression or the experience of raising children together, the partners may find a sense of purpose and healing that helps to integrate the Chironic wound.
6th House: This placement migth bring up old wounds related to work or health that need to be healed. The couple is able to help each other find new ways to approach their work, improve their health, and develop a more effective daily routine. Chiron in the 6th house also indicates a need for the couple to be of service to others in some way. Their relationship is most fulfilling when they are able to use their skills to help others, such as volunteering or working in a helping profession. This placement can also cause to take on too much responsibility in work or service to the point of sacrificing their own health and wellbeing. The couple need to learn to balance their desire to be of service with taking care of themselves first.
7th House: The relationship between the two has a strong focus on healing past relationship wounds or issues with trust and intimacy. There’s a tendency for both to attract partners who need healing in some way or who carry wounds related to relationships. The relationship itself can become a source of healing and growth, but it might also bring up old wounds and trigger emotional pain that needs to be addressed. There's also a sense of shared vulnerability and a need for mutual support and understanding in order to overcome relationship challenges.
8th House: This relationship has deep, intense and transformative aspects that could bring about psychological healing and growth. The couple may face some challenges related to trust, intimacy and vulnerability. The 8th house is associated with shared resources, including physical and emotional intimacy, and Chiron's placement here can indicate that past wounds and traumas related to these areas may be triggered and need to be addressed for the relationship to thrive. With effort and willingness to face these challenges, this placement can also bring profound emotional healing and a deeper understanding of each other's emotional needs and vulnerabilities.
9th House: Growth can come through exploring and expanding one's spiritual beliefs and knowledge. The relationship has a deep and meaningful impact on the individual's philosophies, spirituality, and worldview. The couple find that they share similar beliefs or that they can learn from each other in this area. There’s a tendency to become dogmatic or overly attached to one's beliefs, which could lead to conflict and the need for healing in this area. There’s a need for growth and healing in matters related to spirituality, education, and belief systems.
10th House: A healing and transformative energy in the area of career, public image, and reputation. They help each other to confront any past wounds or traumas related to professional goals or ambitions, and help each other to develop a more empowered and authentic approach to their careers. There’s a shared desire to make a positive impact in the world through their work, and a willingness to work through any challenges that arise in the pursuit of their goals.
11th House: Healing and growth are associated with the relationship's contribution to society. There's a shared sense of purpose in the relationship. There may also be some wounds and past traumas associated with group dynamics or past experiences in social settings that need to be addressed and healed in the relationship. With Chiron's influence, this healing process can be challenging but ultimately rewarding and transformative. The relationship helps both individuals to work through their own individual wounds and develop a greater sense of belonging and connection to the wider community.
12th House: The relationship between the two has a significant spiritual or mystical component. Both feel a sense of purpose or destiny to work together to heal old wounds and emotional pain that they may have carried with them from past lives or childhood. They also have a strong connection to the subconscious and feel a deep sense of empathy and compassion for one another. On the negative side, this placement can indicate that both individuals may struggle with self-sabotage or self-destructive patterns that need to be addressed in order for the relationship to grow and evolve.
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Orcus (90482), named after the Roman god of the underworld. Its placement in a natal chart can give insight into an individual's relationship with power, control, and transformation. A minor planet that represents the energy of consequence and karma.
Orcus in Aries: A desire for power and control in personal relationships, as well as a need to be seen as a leader or pioneer in one's field. A person's past actions and decisions have led them to a point where they need to learn to balance their assertiveness with consideration for others, and to take responsibility for the consequences of their actions. They may also be required to work on developing a stronger sense of self and individuality, and to learn how to use their personal power in a positive and constructive way. Orcus in Aries may indicate a need for personal growth and the development of leadership skills.
Orcus in Taurus: A strong desire for material security and stability, as well as a need for control over one's possessions and resources. They have a strong attachment to material things and may feel as if they are owed something in life. They have a tendency to hold onto grudges and not forgive easily, which can lead to karmic debt in the future. On the other hand, they may be able to work hard and accumulate wealth, but they need to be careful not to become too greedy.
Orcus in Gemini: A desire for mental control and manipulation, as well as a need for intellectual dominance or influence. There’s a focus on communication, information, and intellectual pursuits when it comes to issues of justice and karmic consequences. There's a need for clear and precise communication in legal or ethical matters. Alternatively, there may be a tendency to be intellectually cunning or deceptive in order to avoid consequences or manipulate situations. It’s a good idea to consider different sides of an issue before passing judgment or taking action.
Orcus in Cancer: A desire for emotional control and manipulation, as well as a need for security and protection in personal relationships. There are karmic issues related to the persons family and home life. This placement indicates a need to transform or heal past wounds related to their upbringing, and to confront any unresolved emotional issues. There’s also a need to address any issues related to nurturing and taking care of oneself and others. This placement indicates a strong connection to one's ancestral roots and a sense of duty towards family and the home.
Orcus in Leo: A desire for recognition and fame, as well as a need for control over one's public image and reputation. These themes are expressed in a way that is focused on personal identity, self-expression, creativity, and leadership. There's a strong drive to take responsibility for one's own actions and to make a positive impact on the world. There can be a tendency to become overly attached to one's own ego, which could lead to conflicts with others or a sense of isolation. The challenge with Orcus in Leo is to balance a strong sense of self with a willingness to work collaboratively and to consider the needs of others.
Orcus in Virgo: A need for control over one's health and daily routines, as well as a desire for perfection and order in all aspects of life. There’s a focus on justice and fairness. Virgo's tendency to be analytical and critical may also amplify the themes of Orcus, causing an person to be particularly hard on themselves or others when it comes to issues of right and wrong. The analytical abilities of Virgo may also help the person to be more adept at detecting and addressing imbalances or injustices. They have a strong sense of duty and responsibility to make sure things are "right," and work tirelessly to achieve this goal. They need to be careful not to become overly critical or perfectionistic in their quest for justice.
Orcus in Libra: A need for control over one's relationships and partnerships, as well as a desire for social harmony and balance. There’s an emphasis on issues related to relationships, partnerships, and fairness. People with this placement may be particularly focused on achieving balance and harmony in their lives and relationships. They're driven to seek justice and fairness in all aspects of life, and have a strong sense of what is right and wrong. They also struggle with indecision or difficulty making choices, as they see all sides of a situation and want to consider everyone's needs and perspectives. There’s a strong desire for balance and fairness in all areas of life, particularly in relationships and partnerships.
Orcus in Scorpio: A desire for power and control in all areas of life, as well as a need for transformation and regeneration. There’s a deep fascination with the hidden and taboo, as well as an interest in power and control. This brings intense and transformative experiences related to sexuality, death, and the occult. It also creates a tendency towards obsessive or compulsive behavior, as well as a potential for hidden or repressed anger. With self-awareness and emotional maturity, this placement can lead to a profound understanding of the mysteries of life and death, and a powerful capacity for transformation and regeneration.
Orcus in Sagittarius: A desire for control over one's beliefs and ideologies, as well as a need for spiritual growth and exploration. The person with this placement is concerned with seeking truth and justice in their life. They have a strong sense of morality and ethics, and feel compelled to follow their beliefs and convictions, even if it means going against societal norms or expectations. They also have a keen interest in philosophy, religion, or higher education, and might pursue these areas of study as a way to gain greater understanding and wisdom. At times, they struggle with dogmatism, rigid thinking, or a sense of self-righteousness, which may alienate them from others or create conflicts. When they are able to maintain an open mind and a sense of humility, they can use their strong moral compass to inspire and guide others towards greater understanding and justice.
Orcus in Capricorn: A desire for power and control in professional and social settings, as well as a need for structure and discipline. There’s a strong drive to succeed in their careers and they feel a sense of responsibility to uphold the status quo. They’re also more attuned to the darker aspects of power dynamics and may be able to see through superficial displays of authority or tradition. In relationships there’s need for respect and authority. They prefer relationships that have a clear structure and defined roles. They must be wary of partners who try to exert control or manipulate them in hidden ways.
Orcus in Aquarius: A desire for control over one's social and political ideals, as well as a need for innovation and progress. There’s a need to reform or revolutionize societal structures and systems that are oppressive or limiting. There's a strong sense of justice and equality for all, and a desire to bring about change through unconventional or innovative means. This placement indicates a fear of losing individuality or personal freedom in the face of conformity or authority, and a need to assert independence in unconventional ways. There’s a focus on group dynamics and the greater good, as well as a desire to break free from tradition and embrace new ideas and perspectives.
Orcus in Pisces: A desire for control over one's spiritual and emotional experiences, as well as a need for transcendence and enlightenment. There’s a need to face subconscious fears and spiritual issues related to endings, loss, and surrender. Pisces is a sign associated with the collective unconscious, imagination, and sensitivity, and Orcus here may emphasize the need to let go of old patterns or illusions that hinder spiritual growth. It also suggests a connection to hidden or taboo subjects, or a need to confront issues related to sacrifice or martyrdom.