Astrology Cheatsheet: Minor Aspects
Astrology Cheatsheet: Minor Aspects
Cheatsheet: Minor Aspects
Cheatsheet: Minor Aspects (excluding other minor aspects mentioned below)

Semi-Sextile (30 degrees): This aspect represents opportunities that require effort. It’s a somewhat harmonious aspect, but the energies need active integration.

Semi-Square (45 degrees): This is a lesser version of the square, indicating mild tension or friction that can lead to creativity and action.

Quintile (72 degrees): An aspect of creative potential and talent. Quintiles indicate areas where innovation and unique abilities can be expressed.

Sesqui-Square (135 degrees): Also known as the Sesquiquadrate, this is another aspect indicating tension and challenge, but like the semi-square, it’s a minor form and less intense.

Bi-Quintile (144 degrees): This is a minor harmonious aspect that is associated with creative problem-solving and talent.

Quincunx/Inconjunct (150 degrees): This aspect is sometimes included as a major aspect, and it represents misalignment, adjustment, and adaptation. It can create a sense of disconnect between the energies of the two planets, requiring some adjustment to integrate them.

Quindecile (165 degrees): This is an aspect of intense focus or obsession. It can indicate areas of life where the individual may struggle to let go or move on.

Semi-Quintile (36 degrees) and Vigintile (18 degrees): These are even lesser-known aspects, but they’re associated with specialized skills or talents, minor opportunities, or small challenges that can be easily overcome.

These minor aspects add additional layers of detail to an astrological chart, but they are usually not as strong or as important as the major aspects. They often represent subtle or underlying influences, and they can be quite insightful when examined closely.

Remember, this is a simplified overview. The actual interpretation of an astrological chart is a complex process that considers these aspects in combination with the signs, houses, planets, and many other factors.