An astrological birth chart maps the planetary alignment at the exact moment you were born. There are 12 signs of the zodiac—Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces—and 12 houses in a chart (1st House, 2nd House and so on).Each zodiac sign has a different vibe and each house represents a different aspect and area of our lives (education, family, love, health, work). As well as the sun and the moon, there are 10 planets that astrologers take into account to understand a person’s psyche: Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Mars, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, North Node and South Node (more on those later).By mapping out which planet and zodiac sign were in which astrological house at the time you were born, you can gain greater insight into who you are.The birth chart has 12 different sections, called ‘houses’. Each house represents a different area of life. They all have a natural sign and planetary ruler that elevates the house.
Mankind has been using astrology for millennia as a way of telling and recording time. The Bible’s Old and New Testament, as well as the Qur’an, reference lunar phases to mark certain months and dates in the year—a practice also used by Ancient Chinese, Maya and South Asian civilizations.Meanwhile, what may be the oldest drawing of a birth chart was found in a cave in Croatia, dating back more than 2,000 years, which suggests an early interest in harnessing astrology as a tool for unlocking knowledge about the individual. In modern times, we use birth charts as a way of gaining a deeper understanding of the self, our relationship with others, and our place in the world.
In the ’60s, the charismatic frontwoman whipped through a mesmerizing lineup of looks, from a curvy, chin-grazing bob accented by kittenish flicks and heavy fringe to a towering, teased-to-there bouffant with cut-crease smoky eyes and pale lips. And by 1970, striking out on her own with her first solo album Reach Out and Touch (Somebody’s Hand) and number one single “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” Ross began flexing her cloud of natural curls. With her the-bigger-the-better hair, either let down or tied back and topped off with an ornamental chapeau, iridescent eyes, and glossy lips, Ross perpetually brought drama to the stage, helping usher in the disco era. 1975’s Mahogany, in which she starred as rising fashion designer Tracy Chambers, was one standout, featuring her silky soprano vocals, theatrical costumes she designed herself, and that petrol blue Afro. Releasing perennial dance floor favorite “I’m Coming Out” in 1980, Ross continued to not only up the ante on the volume of her mane, but embraced the decade’s trendy saturated lids and draped blush to dramatic effect. And since then, the icon hasn’t stopped unleashing her inner diva. Not for a second. Here, a look at Ross’s standout beauty moments.
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