How I Interpret A Corporation’s Birth Chart

6 September 2023by Frederick0

How I Interpret A Corporation’s Birth Chart

Every individual has a unique astrological birth chart, a celestial snapshot of the heavens at the moment of their birth. Likewise, corporations, with their distinct identities and trajectories, possess their own natal charts. These charts can provide profound insights into the company’s potential successes, challenges, and overall destiny.

Here’s how I go about interpreting a corporation’s natal chart.


Birth of a Corporation: Finding the Right Moment

The foundation of any natal chart is the precise moment of birth. For individuals, this is straightforward. But for corporations, pinpointing this exact moment can be a tad more complex. Typically, I use Noon (12:00 pm) as the default time for a corporation’s birth chart. Why noon?

It is a challenge to find an official incorporation time unless there’s a timestamp in the business owner’s emails or official letters confirming the company’s inception.

However, there are other significant moments to consider. The time when a company earns its first dollar or engages its first client can also serve as its ‘birth moment’. If neither of these moments is known, Noon becomes our go-to time. In short, the birth moment is essentially when the business contract is activated and set into motion.


Key Considerations for the Corporate Natal Chart

Key Considerations for a Corporation’s Natal Chart 1


Date, Time, and Place

These are the fundamental pillars for any birth chart. For a corporation, these details are crucial to understanding its astrological DNA.


Moon Phases

I always advise entrepreneurs to establish their companies between the New and Full Moon phases. However, it is essential to avoid the Void-of-Course (VOC) Moon. Why is that so?

The Moon governs how employees feel and how the public perceives the company. A company that is established during the VOC Moon can lead to a correlation of having an unclear or vague identity in the public’s eyes. Ideally, the first quarter Moon phase is perfect for setting up a working company, as it symbolizes strong structure and management.


The Moon’s Elemental Qualities

If the Moon is in an Earth sign (Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn), it’s a positive omen. It suggests a company grounded in practicality and tangible results. Grounded in reality, these companies prioritize practical solutions over lofty ideals, ensuring that their strategies are feasible and results-driven. In addition, these companies have keen sense of financial acumen, value consistency and lay down solid foundations for the long haul, building reliable, sustainable and enduring enterprises. They may not be the most innovative or risk-taking companies in town but they are sturdy like an oak tree.

If the Moon is in a Fire sign (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius), it indicates a corporation that is driven by passion, enthusiasm and a pioneering spirit, often seeking new horizons and challenges and being at the forefront of their industries, introducing new ideas and setting trends. However, there is also a potential for burnout or overextension. Thus, it is vital for these companies to balance their fiery drive with a sustainable energy.

If the Moon is in an Air sign (Libra, Aquarius, Gemini), it is characterized by its intellectual prowess, adaptability, and strong communication skills. These companies thrive on collaboration, teamwork, partnerships, and networking. They excel in planning, data analysis, logical decision-making, are adaptable and can pivot their strategies based on market demands. However, these companies may face challenges with indecision or get caught up in too many ideas without concrete execution.

If the Moon is in a Water sign (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces), it suggests a corporation that has an empathic nature and radiates strong emotional connection to its clients and partners. Such companies often aim to create excellent customer experiences, generating strong brand loyalty. These companies have a strong sense of purpose and mission yet may sometimes become too emotionally invested, relying too much on gut instincts instead of hard data, leading to challenges in making objective decisions.


Retrograde Planets

Pay special attention to Mercury, Venus, and Mars. It is crucial that these planets aren’t in retrograde when establishing a business. Here’s why:

  • Mercury governs contracts, communication, and planning. When retrograde, there might be frequent contract retractions and communication mishaps.
  • Venus represents spending, talent acquisition, resources, and finances. A retrograde Venus can lead to overspending and difficulty retaining talent.
  • Mars symbolizes assertive actions, focus, and objectivity. During its retrograde phase, businesses might experience slowdowns, market depression, and a general lack of action.


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Decoding the Corporation’s Modalities

Modalities – Cardinal, Fixed, and Mutable – play a pivotal role in shaping the characteristics of a corporation. They offer a deeper understanding of the corporation’s operational tendencies, adaptability, and overall approach to business. Let’s delve into how each modality influences a corporation’s natal chart.


Cardinal Modality: The Trailblazers

A corporation with a dominant Cardinal modality in its natal chart is often seen as a trendsetter in its industry. It is not afraid to venture into uncharted territories, introduce innovative products, services or business models, setting the pace for others to follow. Such corporation is always on the move and possesses the agility to adapt when the winds of change blow. Regardless of shifts in market sentiments or technological advancement, Cardinal corporations can pivot their strategies to stay ahead of the curve.


Fixed Modality: The Rock

A corporation with a dominant Fixed modality in its natal chart is an epitome of stability and consistency, unwavering in its mission and vision, and often ensures that its goals are met with precision. Such corporation run its day-to-day operations like a well-oiled machine. Its employees, stakeholders or customers often enjoy long-lasting relationships built on trust and reliability.


Mutable Modality: The Masters of Flow

A corporation with a dominant Mutable modality in its natal chart is fluid, adaptable and ever-evolving. Such corporation is versatile and is constantly reinventing itself to keep up with the times. In addition, such corporation can navigate challenges with grace with minimal disruptions.


Key Planetary Placements in the Corporation’s Natal Chart

In a corporation’s natal chart, each planet plays a pivotal role, weaving a narrative that defines the company’s essence, strengths, challenges, and potential trajectory. Let us examine the symbolism and significance of each planet in a corporation’s natal chart in the Chaldean order. The following definitions may also be applied to transit through the zodiac for any business.


  1. Pluto: The Transformer 🌑

Pluto symbolizes transformation, regeneration, and power dynamics. In a corporate chart, Pluto’s placement can indicate a corporation’s potential and ability to reinvent itself, evolve in the face of challenges, and the ability to adapt to profound changes in the market. It depicts hidden assets of the company, its resources, its ability to research, mass-produce and distribute. On the negative side, it indicates the potential to sabotage, to go bankrupt, to have dealings with the underworld of corruption, dictatorship and compulsive behaviour patterns such as speculation and gambling debts. Pluto might also hint at power struggles within the company.

During Pluto’s transit, Pluto may purge the company or threaten to eradicate it yet at the same time, rebuild the corporation after a devastating phase. A heavy Pluto transit may suggest major changes in the company structure or even crisis and group movements within the company. If the company has large outstanding debts, then it may be a time to reduce cash flow. Pluto transit can also bring about either bankruptcy or large successful ventures.


  1. Neptune: The Dreamer 🌊

Neptune’s ethereal energy represents dreams, intuition, and illusions. In a corporation’s chart, it can signify the company’s vision held by the management, its creative and innovative potential, and its ability to inspire. Neptune can indicate the company’s ability to seduce consumer into purchasing its products or services via advertising campaigns. It can also signify potential rumour, sabotage, or problems behind the scenes within the corporation. Neptune can be an indicator that a company has dealings with narcotics, pharmaceuticals, oil, shipping, hospitals, beverages, movies, acting, politics, or photography. On the negative side, Neptune can indicate areas where the company might be out of touch with reality or prone to uncertainties and misjudgements. During Neptune’s transit, it would be a suitable time for the company to form a merger or to prepare for new ways of doing things.


  1. Uranus: The Revolutionary

Uranus embodies sudden changes, innovation, and rebellion. A corporation influenced by Uranus is likely to be an innovative and unique trendsetter, introducing disruptive technologies or unconventional business models. This company may be future-oriented and heavily invested in electronics, computers, high-tech developments, airlines, utilities, strikes, railways, air carrier production or public information. On the negative side, a poorly placed Uranus may bring sudden changes within the company including natural catastrophes. It’s the planet of unexpected breakthroughs and potential market shifts.


  1. Saturn: The Taskmaster

Saturn’s energy is all about discipline, structure, and long-term planning. In a corporate context, Saturn can indicate the company’s governing structure, authority, policy-making branch, its commitment to goals, and areas where it might face challenges or delays. At the same time, Saturn represents the company’s stability and ability to consolidate and limit in practical ways. Saturn represents labour, real estate, lands such as farms, grains, mines, mountains and the elderly. During Saturn’s transit, it may indicate a time to buy as stock prices may decrease, limit or depress the market in general.


  1. Jupiter: The Benefactor 🍀

Jupiter, the planet of expansion and good fortune, brings optimism, growth, and opportunities. In a corporation’s chart, Jupiter’s placement can highlight areas of potential expansion, financial gains, and overall prosperity. It’s the planet of abundance and broad horizons. Jupiter enhances foreign concerns, education and philosophy, publishing opportunities and possibilities as well as the company’s money-making abilities.

During Jupiter’s transit, it may indicate a time to sell as stock prices appreciate in value. Jupiter brings promise and hope, but when it is negatively placed on the natal chart, a company may overindulge, over-expand, or go into a downward spiral due to overconfidence.


  1. Mars: The Warrior 🔥

Mars represents drive, ambition, and assertiveness. For a corporation, Mars can indicate its competitive spirit, its approach to challenges, and its drive to achieve its objectives. It’s the planet of action and initiative. When Mars is negatively placed, it can bring about accidents, violence, epidemics and explosions. It represents the military, athletics, surgery, war, iron, steel, diamonds, explosives, machinery and tobacco.

During Mars’ transit, it indicates high market volume and may bring about an atmosphere of anxiety and may even trigger abrupt or impulsive activities within the company. When Mars is retrograde, certain corporate activities may be abruptly curtailed or hindered.


  1. Sun: The Core Essence ☀️

The Sun is the heart and soul of the company. It signifies the company’s CEO, founder, chairman of the board, or the corporate head. The Sun represents the corporation’s core identity, its vitality, and its overarching mission. It sheds light on the company’s primary strengths, its leadership style, and the areas where it truly shines. If there is a Solar Eclipse, it can send the company into a completely new direction. The Sun promotes recognition and success if positively aspected or placed in the natal chart.


  1. Venus: The Attractor 💖

Venus embodies harmony, relationships, assets and values. In a corporate chart, Venus can indicate the company’s approach to partnerships, its brand appeal, and its financial health. It’s the planet of beauty, balance, and resources. A well-placed Venus indicates a pleasant work environment with pleasing aesthetics and pleasure perks. It also signifies possible merger, or the public’s approval of its products and services. Venus retrograde should be avoided at all costs.


  1. Mercury: The Communicator 🗣️

Mercury represents communication, intellect, sales and services. Its placement in a corporation’s chart can highlight the company’s communication strategies, its analytical strengths coming from the senior management, and its dissemination of information, health and environmental concerns of the work force, company books, secretaries and clerical staff, telephone operators, software, advertising, print and publishing media, training facilities, food products and supply services, veterinary, doctors, trade, commerce and short trips. It’s the planet of ideas and exchanges.

During mercury’s transit, it can bring about news that influence the attitudes of employees or the public and the company investors.


  1. Moon: The Emotional Pulse 🌙

The Moon symbolizes emotions, instincts, and the subconscious. In a corporate context, the Moon can indicate the company’s emotional connection with its clientele, its internal dynamics, and its employees’ involvement in the company. It is the planet that governs the company’s public image and its internal culture. A poorly placed Moon may suggest a poor public image or if heavily aspected by Pluto, Neptune or Saturn, it can indicate hazardous situations revolving around its employees.

During the Moon’s transit, stock prices may fluctuate temporarily depending on its aspect to other planets such as Pluto or Saturn, which may cause the temporary decrease in stock prices.


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This is a sample of how I examine and delineate a corporation’s natal chart. The story does not end here, as my next move would most likely be examining the Essential Dignities and Debilities, as well as the Accidental Fortitudes and Debilities of all planets on the corporation’s natal chart.

I would further examine the respective houses where the above planets are placed in on the natal chart, the tightest aspects among the planets, the placement of the Lunar Nodes, and also whether there is any indication of a Solar or Lunar Eclipse on the corporation’s natal chart.

And with that said, a corporation’s natal chart carries tons of information waiting to be revealed to its business owner through a Business Astrologer such as yours truly. It is a guiding star and a reliable compass that helps any business owner gain profound insights into his or her company’s potential, challenges, and the path it is destined to tread in the business world. To seek an initial friendly consultation, kindly book Frederick’s calendar here.

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