Match More Analysis - Sun, Moon & Rising
Most of you will already know the Solar Signs (aka Sun Signs) of yourself and the other person. For the Lunar Sign (aka Moon Sign), it becomes a bit more tricky. Then, for the Rising Sign (aka Ascendant), that's another tricky find. The tools for finding the exact Moon and Rising placements involve using the date, time and location of the person's birth. But we don't always have this information. The Moon moves quickly through the 12 zodiac signs, but we can get somewhat general with the Moon Sign if we know the day. The Rising is much more precise, and it does require more detailed information. We have included the Rising Sign option in this compatibility/comparison tool, but it is not required in order to get a report.
There are several ways to find your moon sign. The simplest tool (albeit inexact for those who are looking for degree or cusp placements) is on this site at Find my Moon. Another free service that emails your chart to your email address (the site does not spam you, however, the email may end up in your "spam" box) is Kepler Astrology Software. With this free chart, you need to know the Astrology Glyphs (Symbols) to find the moon sign. For the more advanced astrology student Astrodienst is useful if you know the date, time and place of birth. If you only know date and place, then you can use Noon as the "mid-day" placement of the moon.
When you draft a chart, look for the Crecent Moon symbol (like a backward C) for the Moon's placement. The zodiac signs are located in a band around the outside of the circle on the chart. Check on the Astrology page for the Zodiac and Basic Chart Glyphs.
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