Ascendant in Aquarius

The Ascendant (AC) represents your outer personality, the external character that you irradiate and that others perceive. It is also called the Rising sign and is the Zodiac constellation that was rising over the horizon at the East in the moment of your birth, and in Astrology it determines how the others see you, your appearance and what you expect from the world around you. Your Ascendant is on the sign of Aquarius, meaning that you possess a strong individualism and originality of character, with an intelligent mind and independent thinking. You are a charming individual and is attracted to the unconventional beauty. You view the world through the intellectual lens of ideas, values and principles, and are an idealist, likely to have a broad view of society that allows you to mingle with a great variety of people, opinions, ages, cultures and races. You understand the value of higher studies and are an independent student, and strongly believe in quality, fairness and harmony, being above all a true humanitarian person, with the mission to wake others up, to cheer others on to break with restrictive or mind control programming.

Ascendant in Aquarius

The Aquarius as your rising sign makes you the ultimate freedom-lover and also a person prone to reversals. Your unpredictability is something that you and others will have to deal with and you often will make surprises changes and moves, and can quickly transform into a loner. You resist the conventional small talk and like to shock or stir up controversy in some way, unable to work in the path straight and narrow of others. You friendly nature and unconventional mindset makes you someone exciting to be around.

 

 

 

Ascendant in other Signs of the Zodiac

  • Ascendant in Aries
  • Ascendant in Taurus
  • Ascendant in Gemini
  • Ascendant in Cancer
  • Ascendant in Leo
  • Ascendant in Virgo
  • Ascendant in Libra
  • Ascendant in Scorpio
  • Ascendant in Sagittarius
  • Ascendant in Capricorn
  • Ascendant in Pisces

 

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