Earth Grand Cross: A configuration in which four planets form a square or a cross in Earth signs.
Earth Grand Trine: A configuration in which three planets form an equilateral triangle in Earth signs.
Earth Houses: The astrological houses (second, sixth, and tenth) associated with material wealth, health, and career.
Earth Magic: Rituals, spells, and practices that connect with the Earth element for grounding and manifestation.
Earth Sign: One of the four zodiac signs associated with the element of Earth (Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn).
Earth Trine: A harmonious aspect formed when three planets are 120 degrees apart in Earth signs.
Earth-House Stellium: A concentration of three or more planets in Earth houses, emphasizing practicality and material matters.
Earthly Branches: A system of 12 animal signs used in Chinese astrology to represent years.
Earth-Moon Connection: The energetic relationship between the Earth and the Moon, influencing emotions and cycles.
Earthquake Point: A sensitive point in the birth chart associated with upheavals, transformations, and unexpected events.
Earth-Sun Opposition: The aspect formed when the Earth and the Sun are directly opposite each other in the zodiac.
Earth-Venus Synastry: Astrological compatibility and dynamics between two individuals’ Earth and Venus placements.
Earth-Water Compatibility: The compatibility and dynamics between individuals with dominant Earth and Water placements in their charts.
East Point: A sensitive point in the birth chart associated with self-realization and personal growth.
Eastern Astrology: Astrological systems originating from Eastern cultures, such as Chinese and Vedic astrology.
Eastern Horizon: The line where the sky appears to meet the Earth’s surface on the eastern side.
Eccentricity: A measure of how elongated an elliptical orbit is, affecting the speed and intensity of a planet’s movement.
Eclipse: The alignment of celestial bodies in which one body partially or completely blocks the light of another.
Eclipses of Destiny: Eclipses that strongly influence a person’s life and indicate major life changes.
Ecliptic Anomaly: The angular distance between a planet’s actual position on the ecliptic and its expected position.
Ecliptic Coordinate System: A coordinate system based on the position of the Sun on the ecliptic.
Ecliptic Ingress: The moment when a planet enters a new zodiac sign, marking a shift in its energies and influences.
Ecliptic Latitude: The angular distance of a celestial body above or below the ecliptic plane, measured in degrees.
Ecliptic Longitude: The angular distance of a celestial body along the ecliptic, measured in degrees.
Ecliptic Meridian: The great circle on the celestial sphere passing through the celestial poles and the observer’s zenith.
Ecliptic Nodes: The points where the Moon’s orbit intersects the ecliptic, associated with eclipses.
Ecliptic Obliquity: The angle between the celestial equator and the ecliptic due to Earth’s axial tilt.
Ecliptic Parallax: The apparent shift in the position of a celestial body caused by the observer’s position on Earth.
Ecliptic Plane: The plane formed by the Earth’s orbit around the Sun.
Ecliptic Precession: The gradual shift of the Earth’s axis, causing the vernal equinox point to move along the ecliptic.
Ecliptic: The apparent path of the Sun in the sky throughout the year.
Ego: The conscious mind or self-identity of an individual, influenced by astrological factors.
Eighth House Cusp: The beginning point of the eighth house in a birth chart.
Eighth House: The astrological house associated with transformation, shared resources, and sexuality.
Elemental Affinity: The natural inclination or compatibility of an individual towards a particular element in astrology.
Elemental Alchemy: The symbolic transformation and transmutation of energies represented by the elements in astrology.
Elemental Archetypes: Universal patterns and symbols associated with the elements in astrology.
Elemental Astrocartography: The study of how different locations on Earth align with astrological elements and energies.
Elemental Astrotherapy: The use of elemental energies and astrology in therapeutic practices for healing and personal growth.
Elemental Awakening: The process of becoming aware of and attuning to the elemental forces within oneself and the universe.
Elemental Balance: The distribution of the four elements in a birth chart, influencing personality traits and characteristics.
Elemental Balancing: The process of harmonizing and balancing the energies of the four elements within oneself.
Elemental Compatibility: The harmony or conflict between the elemental energies of two individuals.
Elemental Correspondences: Symbolic associations between the elements, planets, signs, and other astrological factors.
Elemental Decanate: Each zodiac sign divided into three decanates, associated with different elemental influences.
Elemental Divination: The use of elemental symbolism and energies in divinatory practices, such as tarot or rune readings.
Elemental Empowerment: The process of aligning with and harnessing the energies of the elements
Elemental Forces: The fundamental energies and qualities represented by the elements in astrology.
Elemental Forecasting: Using astrological elements and energies to predict and analyze future events and trends.
Elemental Healing: The use of astrological principles and elemental energies for promoting physical and emotional well-being.
Elemental Integration: The process of harmonizing and integrating the energies of the elements within oneself, leading to a balanced and whole experience of life
Elemental Intuition: The intuitive understanding and connection with the elemental energies in astrology.
Elemental Magic: The use of elemental energies and correspondences for magical purposes in astrology.
Elemental Meditation: A meditative practice that focuses on connecting with and balancing the elemental energies within oneself.
Elemental Signature: The dominant element or combination of elements in a birth chart, shaping the individual’s personality.
Elemental Symbols: Archetypal representations associated with the elements in astrology, often used in charts and diagrams.
Elemental Synchronization: The harmonization and alignment of one’s energetic frequencies with the elemental forces.
Elemental Talisman: An astrologically charged object or symbol representing a specific element for personal empowerment.
Elemental Timing: The use of astrological elements to determine auspicious or favorable times for specific activities.
Elemental Transits: The movement of planets through different elemental energies, influencing collective and individual experiences.
Elemental Triplicities: Divisions of the zodiac signs into groups of three based on their element.
Elemental Yin-Yang: The interplay of yin and yang energies within the elemental forces of astrology.
Elements: The four fundamental forces in astrology—Fire, Earth, Air, and Water—associated with different qualities and energies.
Elevation Angle: The angle formed by the horizon and a planet or celestial body above it.
Elevation: The angular distance of a celestial body above the horizon.
Elliptical Orbit: An orbital path in the shape of an ellipse, followed by some celestial bodies.
Emotional Intelligence: The ability to understand and manage emotions, influenced by astrological factors.
Enigma: A mysterious or puzzling astrological phenomenon that challenges conventional interpretations.
Ephemeral Ascendant: The ascending sign in a temporary chart cast for a specific event or moment.
Ephemeral Planets: Trans-Neptunian objects and asteroids used in astrological interpretation.
Ephemeral: A term used to describe celestial bodies that move quickly through the zodiac.
Ephemerides Calculation: The process of computing the positions of celestial bodies for a specific time period.
Ephemeris: A table or book that shows the positions of celestial bodies at specific times.
Equatorial Ascendant: The point on the ecliptic rising on the eastern horizon at the time of birth.
Equatorial Coordinate System: A coordinate system based on the celestial equator and the celestial poles.
Equatorial System: A coordinate system based on the celestial equator and the Earth’s equator, used in astronomy and navigation.
Equilibrium Point: A sensitive point in the birth chart associated with finding balance and harmony in life.
Equilibrium: A state of balance and harmony within oneself and the universe, often sought through astrological understanding.
Equinox: The two points in the year when the length of day and night are approximately equal.
Eros and Psyche: An astrological point representing the union of love, passion, and soul in relationships.
Eros: An asteroid in astrology associated with passion, desire, and erotic energy.
Esoteric Astrology: The branch of astrology that focuses on the spiritual aspects and evolution of the soul.
Esoteric Knowledge: Spiritual and mystical teachings related to astrology and its deeper meanings.
Essence: The fundamental nature or core identity of an individual, often analyzed through astrology.
Essential Debility: The weaknesses or challenges that a planet experiences when placed in a particular sign or house.
Essential Dignities: The strengths or weaknesses of a planet in a particular sign or house.
Ethereal Body: The subtle energetic counterpart of the physical body, influenced by astrological factors.
Ethereal: A term used to describe the intangible, spiritual, or mystical aspects of astrology and celestial bodies.
Eurydice: An asteroid in astrology associated with healing, forgiveness, and transformation.
Event Chart: A chart cast for a specific event, such as a wedding or the start of a business
Eventful Chart: A birth chart with significant planetary placements and configurations indicating a life full of events and changes.
Eventful Transits: Planetary movements and aspects that bring significant events and changes in one’s life.
Exact Aspect: An aspect formed between two planets at an exact degree and minute.
Exaltation: A sign in which a planet is believed to be highly empowered and its energies are heightened.
Exalted Degree: The specific degree within a sign where a planet is considered to be at its highest strength and potency.
Exalted Planet: A planet that is in its highest state of dignity and power in a specific sign.
Excess Energy: A surplus of planetary or elemental energy in a birth chart, influencing intensity and power.
Excess: An astrological condition where a planet or energy is overly emphasized or dominant.
- Existence: Signifies the state or fact of being alive or present, encompassing the entirety of one’s being and the fabric of reality itself.
Exoteric Astrology: The branch of astrology that focuses on the external, observable aspects of a person’s life.
External Planets: Outer planets beyond Saturn (Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto) that influence collective and generational trends.