Moon Conjunct Ascendant Synastry

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The Moon conjunct Ascendant synastry aspect is one of the most genuinely positive you can hope to come across in astrology.

Relationships where one partner’s Moon is conjunct the other partner’s Ascendant are guaranteed to blessed with an easy and healthy flow of communication. These two communicate well together, and both understand and trust each other with great ease and certainty.

Overall, this is a harmonious and warm relationship, where both partners give each other the encouragement as well as the space they both need. It would seem that the Moon person and the Ascendant person have found in each other a soft and comfortable place to land.

When one partner’s Moon and the other partner’s Ascendant fall in the same house in the composite synastry chart, it is an indication of both harmony, ease and emotional connection. When the Moon and the Ascendant fall in different both adjoining houses, this introduces a little more complexity into the relationship.

The Moon conjunct Ascendant synastry aspect is a fortunate find when you are surveying yours and your partner’s shared synastry chart. However, it is no guarantee of a happy, healthy and lasting relationship. Like any other connection, it does have its drawbacks.

Keep reading to learn more about the Moon conjunct Ascendant synastry connection and what it means for your relationship if you and your partner have this aspect.

Synastry is relationship astrology

For those reading this that may be unfamiliar, synastry is a part of astrology dedicated specifically to assessing compatibility between two people in relationships – romantic and otherwise.

A synastry astrologer is able to create a composite chart, or a synastry chart, by superimposing one partner’s natal chart on the others. This reveals where the two lovers’ planets fall and how their energies interact with each other.

The Moon in synastry

The Moon is one of the most important planets in astrology overall, and in synastry in particular. It is one of the eight classical planets in astrology, as it can be seen by the naked eye.

The Moon represents your emotional and intuitive side, and is also associated with the depths and mysteries of your unconscious mind. The Moon is strongly linked to intuition, and even with psychic perception and extrasensory experiences.

When your Moon is contacted by another person’s Ascendant, or by any of their celestial bodies that matter, the attraction you feel towards them is going to stem from a very deep place. You are emotionally drawn to them right from the moment you first meet them.

When your Moon is what attracts you to someone, the attraction feels both magnetic, mysterious and deeper than anything you are likely to have ever felt before. You sense intrinsically that this person is going to be of vital importance to you. If you are the Moon person in the relationship, you are likely to be aware of the profound nature of your relationship before your partner is.

The Ascendant in synastry

Your Ascendant, also called your Rising Sign, represents your external self; the part of you you let the world see. As such, the Ascendant may seem to describe your personality even better than your Sun sign does.

While your Ascendant represents the version of yourself you most often show to the world around you, it also indicates qualities that you find aspirational and are striving to become more of in life. Let us say for example that your Ascendant is in Leo. This means that you strive to be outgoing and energetic in the way you present yourself to the world. Your Ascendant could be considered your idealised version of yourself.

Your Ascendant can be any of the 12 signs of the zodiac, and like your Sun sign, it depends on the time and place of your birth. Your Ascendant sign is always in the East of your birth chart, so if you are born at or around sunrise, your Ascendant is going to be the same as your Sun sign.

The Ascendant doesn’t only tell you a lot about your personality and motivations, it also reveals a lot about how you are attracted and who you are attracted to in synastry.

When your Ascendant is conjunct your partner’s Moon, you feel seen and supported by them. You are strongly attracted to them, and they seem to embody qualities and energies that you need as much as admire.

Conjunctions and other aspects in synastry

An aspect in synastry (and in astrology overall) is a contact point or an angle between the different planets in a chart.

These contacts or aspects can be divided, rather roughly, into soft and hard aspects. Soft aspects are harmonious, flowing and, in a word, positive. Hard aspects on the other hand create tension and even discord.

When you are looking at either your own natal chart or yours and your partner’s shared synastry chart, you are going to find a number of different contacts, some soft and some hard. A good mix of aspects is what you want to see, but of course, if you have more soft, gentle aspects on your side than hard, challenging ones, so much the better.

What I am getting at here is that even if you spot a hard aspect here or there, it shouldn’t give you any cause for alarm – much less for deciding that the entire relationship is doomed. While it is true that too many hard aspects would be a curse to deal with in a romantic relationship, a few can have a positive effect by adding some spice to what could otherwise end up being a very harmonious and loving but slightly boring romance.

Soft aspects include the conjunction, the sextile and the trine.

A conjunction aspect is when two planets or celestial bodies (In synastry, this means one of your planets or celestial bodies and one of your partner’s) are in perfect alignment with each other. The two celestial bodies that are conjunct each other are going to work as catalysts for each other’s energies, usually for better but sometimes for worse. This all depends on the celestial bodies involved.

A sextile is when celestial bodies are angled at 60 degree angle to each other, which creates a positive and gentle flow of energy between them. A trine is when celestial bodies are angled at 120 degrees to each other, a formation which also results in a positive flow of energy between the planets, but one that is more nuanced and dynamic, and not quite as easy.

Hard aspects include the opposition and the square.

An opposition is when two celestial bodies are placed directly across from and opposite each other in the chart. They are essentially locked in a gridlock with each other and are sources of tension and, as the name suggests, opposition within the relationship.

A square is when celestial bodies are angled at 90 degrees to each other. Square formations cause friction and power struggles, as the two planets involved try to overshadow each other.

Characteristics of the Moon-Ascendant relationship

The Moon conjunct Ascendant synastry aspect is genuinely positive and supportive of a healthy and flourishing relationship.

As soon as the Moon conjunct Ascendant synastry pairing meet, they click right away. There is an intrinsic and deep understanding as well as mutual appreciation between them right from the very beginning of their relationship.

The Moon conjunct Ascendant pair is the kind of couple that truly support and uplift each other. Here, there is not a hint of jealousy and there are no put-downs. Rather, the two feel incredibly safe and secure in each other’s company, and they genuinely applaud each other’s successes – just as much as they also hold space for each other’s fears and shortcomings.

Through the Moon’s influence, this is an incredibly nurturing relationship. The Moon is the great sky mother, and some of this energy inevitably comes to expression in the Moon conjunct Ascendant relationship. There is a lot of affection in this relationship, and each partner is sensitive to the other partner’s wants, needs, dreams and desires.

The Moon person in the relationship

If you are the Moon partner in this relationship, you are going to find your Ascendant partner just as irresistible as they find you. When you are with them, you feel a sense of belonging that you may not even have thought was possible. You crave their presence in your life, and will do just about anything to inspire them, heal them and encourage them.

On a slight negative, you as the Moon person may have a slight tendency to become a little too dependent on them, and it is important that you maintain just enough distance from them to keep the love flame from getting squished and extinguished.

Just as you are going to have a profound influence on your Ascendant partner, they are going to have a profound influence on you. They may be more outgoing and action-oriented, and they may inspire and encourage your creative endeavours and your ambitions. They believe in you and see you, and help draw any of your hidden talents and desires out of you.

The Ascendant person in the relationship

If you are the Ascendant person in this relationship, you are going to be cradled, healed and held by your sensitive and loving Moon partner. They are going to shower you with all of the love and support you could possibly want or need. You feel adored by them, because you are.

You may find that your Moon partner is able to reach into areas of your soul that you thought were locked, lost or broken. Your Moon partner has the ability to truly see you, and help you see yourself through their eyes.

This relationship is likely to have a profoundly healing effect on you. If you have sustained trauma or are struggling with mood instabilities, the Moon partner can prove an incredibly stabilising and soothing influence on you.

Final thoughts

The Moon conjunct Ascendant relationship is one of those matches that seem made in heaven. Here is a couple that seem truly made for each other.

There is very little drama or discord in this relationship – at leat, as far as we can tell by looking at just this one synastry aspect – and the overall vibe of it is loving, nurturing and harmonious.

The Moon conjunct Ascendant couple truly have the potential to not only flourish in the short or medium term, but to become a lifelong romance. It is far from unusual to see a Moon conjunct Ascendant aspect in the charts of happily married couples or other equally stable and loving long-term relationships.

The only potential shadow side that exists in the Moon conjunct Ascendant connection is the Moon person’s tendency to overflow with so much love and devotion that their Ascendant partner may interpret their sincere affection as cloying and needy.

Of course, it is also important to keep in mind that synastry consists of multiple contacts, and so the Moon conjunct Ascendant synastry aspect you and you partner share tells only part of the story. For a full and honest overview of your relationship, you will have to take the whole chart and all of its elements into consideration.

Lucius Nothing

Lucius has been slinging tarot cards professionally since 2014. He’s taken the tarot to places most wouldn’t think of: His best-known patrons include Torture Garden, The Dark Circus Party, Handel & Hendrix, A Curious Invitation and The Candlelight Club, where he has been resident tarot reader for the past half-decade. His writing on divination, magic and creativity has been published in Sabbat Magazine and on Medium.

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