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It is a "Conjunction"
(Ex: "His sun conjuncts his moon")
0 degrees.
Name the symbol and number of degrees.
It is a "biquintile".
(Ex: "His natal venus makes a biquintile aspect to neptune.")
144 degrees (2 x 72)
Name the symbol and number of degrees.
It is an "Opposition".
(Ex: "Transiting Pluto is opposing his natal mercury.")
180 degrees.
Looks like 6pm on a clock.
Name the symbol and number of degrees.
It is a "sextile".
(Ex: "Your moon sextiles my moon", or "The neptune sextile pluto aspect was common among people born in the 60's."
60 degrees (1/6 of 360).
Looks like 2:00 or 10:00 on a clock.
Name the symbol and its degrees.
It's a "square".
(Ex: "Uranus is squaring natal moon", or "This uranus square moon aspect is difficult".)
90 degrees. (1/4 of 360)
Looks like 3:00 or 9:00 on a clock.
Name the symbol and the number of its degrees.
It is a "trine".
(Ex: "Your jupiter trines mars.")
120 degrees (1/3 of 360)
Looks like 4:00 or 8:00 on a clock.
Name the symbol and the number of its degrees.
It is a "quintile".
(Ex: "Mercury quintiles Saturn in this chart.")
72 degrees. (1/5 of 360)
Looks like 12 minutes past noon on a clock (just bigger than a sextile).
Name the symbol and the number of its degrees.
It is called a "quincunx" or "inconjunct."
(Ex: "You have a natal moon inconjunct/quincunx pluto." or "Transiting sun is quincunxing/inconjuncting your venus today."
150 degrees (the bottom half of a semi-sextile--see semi-sextile image)
Looks like 5:00 or 7:00 on a clock.
Name the symbol and it's degrees.
It is a "semi-sextile."
(Ex: "His progressed moon is semi-sextiling his natal moon right now." or "I just noticed mars semi-sextiles pluto in this chart.")
30 degrees
(It is the "top half" of a sextle symbol while the inconjunct is the bottom half).
Looks like 1:00 or 11:00 on a chart.
Name the symbol and its degrees.
It is a "semisquare".
(Ex: "Your saturn semi-squares her moon.")
45 degrees (1/2 of a square).
Name the symbol and its degrees.
It is a "sesquisquare" or "sesquiquadrate".
SES-KEY-SQUARE, or SES-KEY-QUAD-RATE
(Ex: "The sun sesquisquares jupiter in this chart.")
135 degrees
Name the symbol and its degrees.
It is a "quindecile".
Pronounced: KWIN-DE-CHILLY
(Ex: "Pluto quindeciles venus in your chart. Ooh ooh!!")
165 degrees.
(Not quite an opposition)
Name the symbol and its degrees.