Posted by: samandal | April 29, 2011

An Interpretation of the Natal Chart of Bahá’u’lláh, IV

‘Id-i-Ridván, the Festival of Paradise; Ninth Day

House I, Vita (Life): personality and physical appearance

The Ascendant is in Scorpio

With this sign on the Ascendant the native (Bahá’u’lláh) is of average height, with a strong constitution, physical resistance, a muscular body, dark complexion, and thick, curly hair (which may be dark or red); rather thick eyebrows, aquiline nose, short neck and a tendency to incline the head forward. The hands and feet are long, rather fleshy or dumpy, and the body on the whole inclined to premature stoutness.

From the moral standpoint the native is self-confident, brave, energetic and enduring. He knows what he wants and will do anything to get it. He has a critical mind, which immediately senses what others think. It is difficult to deceive him, for he is intuitive, or else observant.

The Volasfera symbol from Sig. Anton. Borelli for the twenty-first degree of Scorpio reads:

A buffalo standing on an eminence pawing the ground and snorting. It is the symbol of a bold, independent and forceful nature, that knows neither restraint nor law, and that will suffer great privations in order to maintain the semblance of freedom. It is a dark degree of independence.