Your Big 3 in astrology refers to your Sun sign, your moon sign, and your rising sign. These three, found in your unique birth chart, say a lot about you.
The first step to getting to know your horoscope is to find out what your “big three” placements are – the sun, the moon and the ascendant. These three planets describe different parts of you, and together they form a very truthful picture of your personality.
How do I find out what my rising sign is? Your rising sign, also known as your ascendant sign, is calculated using the exact time of your birth on your birthday.
What's popularly known as your “sign” in horoscopes is actually your Sun sign. The Moon represents your essence, and in that sense, it's even more important than the Sun. Your personal Moon sign is the zodiac sign that the Moon was positioned in the moment you were born.
No matter your birth date, there's only one answer -- no one actually has two signs. But if you were born within a few days of the Sun's move from one zodiac sign to the next, this means you were born on the cusp, and you might feel an influence from two different signs.
The first four signs, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, and Cancer, form the group of personal signs. The next four signs, Leo, Virgo, Libra, and Scorpio form the group of interpersonal signs. The last four signs of the zodiac, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces, form the group of transpersonal signs.
Despite popular opinion, there are no hybrids, or “in between” signs. The reason comes down to degrees. Within astrology, planets are stationed between 0 and 29 degrees in a person's natal chart. The sun moves forward in a sign one degree each day, before transitioning to a new sign.
These rare people call themselves “cusp babies”, which means that their personality can't be described by just one zodiac sign.
After Aquarians, Aries and Sagittarius are the rarest zodiac signs. What all three of these signs lack in numbers, however, they make up for in spunk. Never cross an Aquarius, Aries, or Sagittarius.
In early mythology
"Pisces" is the Latin word for "fishes." It is one of the earliest zodiac signs on record, with the two fish appearing as far back as c. 2300 BC on an Egyptian coffin lid.
Zodiac sign- Sagittarius (November 23- December 21) and Pisces (February 19- March 21). Number 3 is a symbolic representation of a triangle. People born of 3, 12, 21 and 30th of any months own this number. The three sides of triangle symbolize force, matter, and consciousness.
The Black Zodiac is a dark inversion of the normal Zodiac. Like its celestial counterpart, the more eldritch Black Zodiac is divided into twelve arcane signs; unlike its counterpart, these signs represent twelve earthbound ghosts necessary to gain access to the Ocularis Infernum.
Aquarius and Scorpio are the smartest zodiac signs, astrologists say—but for two very different reasons. Those born under the Aquarius sign have the highest levels of analytical intelligence, which is measured by cognitive ability and IQ.
There are a number of zodiac signs that are a perfect match, including Gemini and Libra, Cancer and Scorpio, and Pisces and Virgo. These signs have complementary personalities and similar interests, making them perfect for each other.
Sun sign: Your sun sign is the zodiac sign you likely already know. It is determined by your birth date and plays a role in the core aspects of your personality.
The Sun sign is based on your date of birth.
The sun sign (AKA zodiac sign or star sign) is the sign that most people know since you only need your date of birth to find it. It's what you tell people when they ask you what your sign is—”I'm a Taurus” or “I'm a Cancer.” The sun represents your identity, sense of self, and ego.
What is the rarest zodiac sign, you ask? It is none other than Aquarius, which includes people born between January 20 and February 18.
Rarest zodiac sign: Capricorn
The reasons for this rarity come down to breeding and birthing. Among the least common birthdays, according to the New York Times, are Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and the days that surround them, which all fall under the banner of Capricorn.
What is the rarest birthday? The least common birthday is leap day, or February 29. But because the day only occurs once every four years, it's obvious it would yield the least amount of birthdays. The rarest birthday of the 365 annual calendar days is Christmas day, Dec. 25.