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What is the meaning of a retrograde True Node in a natal chart? [CLOSED]

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It’s 10 degrees in Leo. Is True Node same as the North Node? Thanks.

almost 2 years ago owly said:
 

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When you read your natal chart and find what sign your North Node is in, this will tell you the qualities that you must OR will eventually develop within yourself in order to reach your soul’s destiny. And once you know what sign your North Node is in, surely your “cup will runneth over.” In other words, you cannot go wrong when you focus on your North Node and express the qualities of Leo (where your north node is)

The North Node is also known as the “Dragon’s Head.” It is a highly sensitive point in the natal chart when the moon’s orbit around the earth crosses the sun’s path from South to North. Again … it crosses the sun’s path from South to North … UP!!! And the North Node is exactly 180 degrees away from the South Node. In other words, it is opposing the South Node since 180 degrees is half the distance of a 360 degree wheel.

Therefore, the North Node expresses what is your souls destiny or dharma as opposed to your karma (past). Dharma means cosmic order or law that includes the natural and moral principles that apply to all beings and things.

The natal house that contains your North Node will show you the area of life that you will need to focus those qualities on.

The North and South Node are always retrograde. The South Node is also known as the “Dragon’s Tail.” It is a highly sensitive point in the natal chart when the moon’s orbit around the earth crosses the sun’s path from North to South. Again … it crosses the sun’s path from North to South … DOWN!!! And the South Node is exactly 180 degrees away from the North Node. In other words, it is opposing the North Node since 180 degrees is half the distance of a 360 degree wheel.

Therefore, the North Node expresses your dharma (soul’s destiny) as opposed to your karma (past). Your karma is what you have already learned. You’ve been there and done that. And the interesting thing that most people do is they continue to live out things they have already learned seeking to pour energy into their South Node. It is a never-ending pit. A Bottomless Pit!!!

You can easily recognize your South Node by the challenges you keep trying to overcome. Remember, you have been there and done that. If you continue to have the same type of yucko-relationships, continue to lose money due to mismanagement, continue to have traumatic events, continue to have childhood memories haunt you … remember, you have been there and done that. It’s okay NOT to do it again.

The South Node will give you huge insight into what you have brought with you into this Life. You may have seen the South Node referred to as a “double-edged” sword. This is because you have already learned from the South Node, therefore they are considered talents and gifts you already have, so you can quit trying to gain them. So you can use these talents you’ve already learned to move you further into your North Node.

Again, it’s a ‘been there done that’ type of thing.

The North and South Node are always retrograde. (mentator.com)

Answered almost 3 years ago
penelope 78
from United States
almost 3 years ago julia said:
 

Thanks! You clarified it all for me.