If you’re a Premium Member, you’ll have your personal birth chart in front of you and can see your Uranus sign. It reveals where you have a lifetime of regular revolutions. Radical changes, every few years, which set your life in a different direction each time.
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Over many years, this is gradually where you evolve most. You progress most. Why? Because you’re constantly leaving the past behind. In this story I’ll look at tips and tricks and pro astrology secrets you can use, to get the most from your Uranus Sign.
It was the first planet to be discovered with a new invention – the telescope. It was discovered with help from a woman who would become the first professional female astronomer in Britain. Another first! Uranus in your chart shows a lot of firsts, over your lifetime.
You reject the vocabulary your parents had, or your grandparents – and invent new lingo. (The word lingo is very Uranus in Gemini). You were an early adopter of the internet and mobile phones. You got excited about colour television coming in, and every hi-tech advance since has enthralled you. Your attic or garage is full of old phones, televisions and computers because you have a high churn rate. You do best when you embrace the many different languages and education levels you see online and cut others a lot of slack.
You are far more open to alternative ways of being a mother, parent or grandparent than other people. In fact, your own life may tell that story, no matter if you wound up being a step-parent, single parent or just a godparent (no children for you). You are also permanently intrigued by better ways to organise your apartment, house or garden and move more, and renovate more, than other people. You do best when you allow individual family members to do their own thing, as much as possible, and give them a lot of space.
Your lifetime history with pregnancy is a long book with many different chapters, no matter if you ended up becoming a parent or not. It’s the same with marriage, common-law marriage, separation and divorce. The loaded subject of children and young people, and how they should be raised, and educated, is one you know very well. Why? Because you’ve seen so much chopping and changing, churning and revolution here. You do best when you give children, godchildren, stepchildren or youth as a whole, a lot of wiggle room.
You are never satisfied with just one, permanent way of eating, drinking, exercising or sleeping. You experiment with all the alternatives, over the course of your lifetime. Your work and employment situation are never stable for long. Yet, you are also never bored for long! Over the course of your lifetime you will find that job questions always come back to your own independence – and the need for freedom of others. You do best when you give colleagues, employers and clients a lot of space and room to move.
The old way of dating, and marrying, or even co-habiting, is not relevant or interesting to you, and you will be experimenting with pairs and partnerships for your whole life. The downside to this is that your love life is full of those sudden lightning bolts that come from nowhere. You can churn through emotions in one relationship rapidly, or churn through a lot of dates. Again, and again, you come up against freedom, space and independence as central issues, sexually and emotionally. You do best when you are open to all the many ways of relating between people – across the old-fashioned boundaries of gender and sexuality.
We associate Uranus with D.I.Y. and in fact it was discovered by two ‘Do It Yourself’ astronomers. One of them was a musician and the other was his sister and housekeeper. You grew up during Punk and no matter what kind of music you like today, you have an indie or D.I.Y. approach to money, houses, business, charity and apartments. This is even more important to you, when it comes to relationships. You are not interested in the old model of male breadwinner-female householder. You will be most affected by cryptocurrency, out of all the Uranus signs and are an early adopter of PayPal, frictionless payment, swiping and so on.
You don’t travel the way your parents or grandparents did. They used to save up for a two-week holiday every summer and see a travel agent. You do your own thing, using Airbnb and budget airlines. You are also a glamper and home-exchanger. You may be a genuine world citizen who moves countries or cities every few years. You are a lifelong ‘student of life’ and never stop learning on the worldwide web. Webinars were made for you. You do best when you give others a lot of space with their religious, scientific or spiritual views. Tolerance suits you as the loaded subject of beliefs is a big one in your life.
Success and status for you does not come the way your parents or grandparents experienced it. They got in on the ground floor and climbed the ladder. You have your own path to the top. You are going through a transformation cycle with college, university or career as you go past 2020 and after 2023 will stop chopping, changing and churning, but have set off on quite a different path to future success as a result. In fact, what you do will create ‘the new business’ or ‘the new politics’ as you want to cut away the past.
I often get comments from readers going through a Uranus transit, or a transit to natal Uranus. This means a travelling (or transiting) planet is landing on the same sign and degree as Uranus in their birth chart, or they have Uranus himself crossing their horoscope and inhabiting the same sign and number as an important factor in their astrological chart.
You can check it for yourself any time by looking at where Uranus is, on the front page of my website. If you have anything in Aries 28, 29 for example he will be passing by in 2019. If you have anything in Taurus 1, 2, 3, 4 he will also be passing by (and on through the rest of Taurus, for some years to come. That is going to radically change the way you do your banking).
The best thing to do is take a deep breath and understand that if something or someone leaves your life suddenly, it is because had you stayed in that pattern – you would have been tied down. A good example is the woman who is dumped by her boyfriend, out of the blue. She does not know it at the time, but had they stayed together, she would have become serially pregnant and lost her career and freedom.
Another example is losing your job. The sudden retrenchment when a company folds. Again, Uranus is removing a career that would have always tied you down, forcing you to find a new direction in your life, where you have far more independence. A good example of this is the man who is made redundant without warning, who then falls back on a hobby, which pays. This eventually becomes his own business and he ends up being self-employed and free.
The trick with Uranus in your chart is to look for what or who makes you feel free. Other key words might be ‘wild’ and ‘independent’ and ‘liberated’ and the idea of space is very important too. If you have Uranus in Libra, for example, you may be better off in a polygamous relationship with two lovers. Maybe you are bisexual and need the freedom of loving both genders.
If you have Uranus in Virgo and the idea of exercise makes you groan, it is because you have never found a kind of exercise that makes you feel free. School Physical Education was too bound by rules and regulations and commercial gyms can also be too regimented for you. Try wild swimming or hiking.
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