Sun Opposite Ascendant Natal and Transit

Sun Opposite AscendantSun opposite Ascendant natal is also called Sun conjunct Descendant and Sun Setting. This aspect more than any other signifies close one-to-one relationships. You actually need a companion to make you feel complete. You are still very much your own unique person but you are simply more comfortable when you are with someone else.

Having a partner, whether a best friend, a romantic partner, or a business partner, helps you develop your personality. Working in partnership gives you the confidence to fully express your own identity. However, this aspect alone does not describe how harmonious or otherwise your close one-to-one relationships will be. The other person in your life could be a marriage partner or an open enemy. You could be happily married for life or may have a series of unhealthy codependent relationships.

Your life will obviously be more pleasant if you get along well with other people. This aspect does suggest you like being around others and that you are sociable and well-liked. However, you probably have a strong competitive streak which could make you seem provocative or selfish.

Marriage is most likely important for you and a happy, healthy marriage is obviously ideal. If relationship problems arise it would be best to communicate your concerns as openly and honestly as possible. You may need to see a relationship counselor. Otherwise, you may experience much conflict leading to affairs or separation. Your powerful need for companionship means you probably won’t stay single for long.

It is also a good idea to seek out help from people in other areas of life. Seek professional advice for financial and legal matters. Develop good working relationships with everyone from your doctor to your trash collector.

Sun Opposite Ascendant Transit

Sun opposite Ascendant transit, or Sun conjunct Descendant transit makes partnerships the major focus of your attention. This will include all one-to-one interactions. This transit forces you to work with others which can sometimes result in ego conflicts and encounters with open enemies. Be self-confident and ready to defend yourself against any ego trippers.

There will also be opportunities for win-win situations and you should get valuable assistance and advice. You can use your relationships to promote yourself and your goals. Consulting everyone from an accountant to your hairstylist will help you advance. If this transit is a new moon and especially a solar eclipse, it can signal a new long-term relationship or marriage.

This is not the time to shy away and retreat. Whether your interactions are harmonious or challenging you will learn more about yourself and will benefit in the long run.

This interpretation for Sun opposite Ascendant transit can also be read for a Solar Eclipse and New Moon opposite Ascendant.

Sun Opposite Ascendant Celebrities

Heather Locklear 0°35′, King George IV of the UK 0°44′, Chelsea Handler 0°45′, Julian Clary 1°23′, Vivien Leigh 1°33′ Stacy Keach 1°35′, Willem Dafoe 1°47′, Peter Jackson 2°01′, Alan Page 2°19′, Patty Hearst 2°19′, Mark Spitz 2°23′, Mel Gibson 2°29′, Duke William of Cambridge 2°35′.

5 thoughts on “Sun Opposite Ascendant Natal and Transit

  1. I would be interested to know how different the effects would be if it was a Lunar Eclipse with the Sun on the descendant, as opposed to a Solar Eclipse.

  2. My Progressed Sun is conjunct my Prog. DC, and today is the birthday of my Ex. How about that!? Thanks for this one, Jamie. Forced me into looking at the timeline of the Neptune transit of this conjunction. (2020). As you may surmise my prog. Sun is Pisces, prog. ASC is Virgo

  3. I had a great laugh with this one! I was researching this aspect because of my children….they were literally born with a companion, they’re twins! The Universe gets you at every turn, Hahahaha

    • That you have twins ,and that they had/ have an immediate companion was destined.

  4. woah, , , standing my ground but oh my my, my partner turned into Mrs. Hyde for reals… 2’31″CapAscendt

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