Mothers who are into astrology often scare themselves with their children’s charts. Matter of fact, I’ve never seen a mother look at her baby’s chart and say, “You know? This is a fantastic chart…” It’s just too terrifying.
Generally their fears are unfounded. Your child, like you, is going to be complicated. They’re going to grow up and have a variety of experiences. They’ll make choices, some better than others; their story will unfold.
I want to share this interpretation of an aspect of my chart, involving my 8th house:
“Elsa will have a long life due to her regenerative capacity. She will experience many intense situations and deep changes. She will be interested in the different processes of human existence, especially life and death, and will dedicate many hours to the study of these subjects. Her interest in these things goes beyond mere curiosity; it is a very deep psychological impulse which will take her deep into the mysteries of life. Elsa could excel in research, medicine, or the natural sciences. Her inquiring mind will lead her to search the spiritual field for answers and she will explore all the religions, looking for the most coherent one…”
That’s not so bad, is it? It’s certainly true.
There was a “sick call” crucifix on the wall in my childhood home. Catholics have these; they are used when someone in the home is very sick or dying. A priest is called to administer a sacrament. The items he needs (Holy Water, candles, etc.) are stored inside the cross.
I was obsessed with this whole idea. I was curious! My parents told me to stay away from the crucifix. I was not to touch it. I was to leave it alone and under no circumstances should I ever look inside it.
Needless to say, I dragged a chair over to the wall, climbed onto it, took the crucifix off the wall and looked inside it about 100 times. I inspected the inside of it every chance I got. I looked inside that crucifix, morning, noon and night, just to make sure that I saw what I saw, three hours before…and that it was still there a day later, and a week after that…
I was also obsessed with Fate magazine when I was a kid. I was voraciously interested in astrology and with anything taboo or forbidden that I could find…including my father’s Psychology Today magazines.
I’m sure I sound like a scary whack-job kid to some of you. But can you see I was just being myself?
Each individual has a path. Familiarizing yourself with your child’s chart is a good idea. The insight exists. But it should support you rather than create problems.
I like this report for adults as well. I liked reading about my kid self up there. I can look back over my life, able to see how I’ve aligned with my own destiny.
If you feel you’ve “lost yourself”, this report can help you realign with your true individuality. My Child Report is super affordable. Here’s what’s included:
*** Chapter 1 ***
General description of the child: essential nature and personality. Physical body and childhood.
*** Chapter 2 ***
Maternal figure: emotions, feelings, capacity to love and share.
*** Chapter 3 ***
Paternal figure: authority, power, capacity to assume responsibilities and to defend oneself in life.
*** Chapter 4 ***
Mentality: intelligence, studies and capacity for communication.
*** Chapter 5 ***
Destiny: vocation, profession, probability of success and social recognition.
*** Chapter 6 ***
Health: probable physical problems and recommendations for diet and nutrition.
*** Chapter 7 ***
Generational influence: ideas and feelings common to your child’s age group.
Check it out – Child Natal Report. You’ll be glad you did!
Do you feel you have aligned with your destiny? How are your kids faring?