Branko Zivotin, Catholic astrologer - forecaster

Homosexuality in the horoscope

Published on June 3, 2020

Homosexuality describes a sexual preference that affects one's own gender. In the case of men they are called "gays", in the case of women they are called "lesbians". It is not always easy for homosexual people in our society, as the masses are still often led by negative prejudices.

In the popular astrological literature you will find many suggestions as to which components in the radix indicate that a man wants to enter into a relationship with another man. Uranus is often summoned for this. The man with the Mars-Uranus conjunction is described as "different from the others": he says goodbye to the heterosexual norm and literally throws himself at the chest of being gay.

Who has always wondered why some couples harmonize so well with each other and not so well: the stars could be the reason! For example, do lions and twins go together? Or Capricorn and Aquarius? What about Virgo and Pisces? As different as the signs of the zodiac itself are, so do people work differently with each other. And what is the secret of each combination - the special features, the eroticism, the challenges and the connecting elements.

Some authors also never tire of blaming the emphasis on female characters for gay desires. The model of the effeminate man is hidden behind it. Anyone who has too much moon and Venus in the horoscope as a biological man would be feminized, so to speak, so gay. (By the way: what is "too much"?). There are a lot of guys in the gay population who disagree with this picture. Perhaps they appear less frequently on television screens; they are more boring because they are more common to look at than the men in rock and fumble. For them, the “normal gays”, we would have to find something else in the horoscope.

Hard aspects of Mars Venus are also cited. What is behind it is easy to reconstruct: the planets that we associate with partnership gender are hard to come together. Translated, this means that the person who carries this constellation is difficult to find his partner. However, the authors leave it open why one can easily build a relationship with a same-sex partner.

The conventional model for analyzing relationships is based on describing the descendant, furthermore, if necessary, the missing element and the "opposite sex" partnership planets Venus and Moon or Mars and Sun. This approach is useless for homosexuals. Because we cannot simply transfer this: if the gay is looking for sun and Mars instead of Venus and moon, his potential partner is also looking for sun and Mars. A supplement, as prescribed by the Ying-Yang principle, cannot take place. Or is the gay man looking for Venus and the moon in his partner? If so, how is it different from straight? The polarity principle is broken up at the latest when meeting same-sex loving clients and is no longer applicable.

We have to step out of the stereotypes of gay or lesbian horoscopes. We have to put our curiosity where we find homosexual desire in the radix at the back of the client. The personal planets are to be interpreted detached from gender assignment!

So Venus always plays a role in a person's horoscope when it comes to relationships. After all, it is an indicator when it comes to establishing relationships and leading a harmonious relationship. The basic need indicated by Venus is to stay in balance with his counterpart. Your position in the horoscope therefore says something about how I imagine relationships; but not with whom!


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Not to mention the bad emphasis on houses that have to do with sexuality. What does "bad" actually mean? Mars in house 12, for example, is supposed to show someone who has exaggerated his masculinity in his last life and who is now being forced to identify only with his own gender. The pendulum swinging to one side is now given the counter-impact, so that it swings to the other side - a karma concept that I have never understood personally because it has an infinite reception.

We know Mars as the symbol of enforcement. It characterizes courage, but also anger, aggression and sexuality. In this context it is relevant in partnerships. His position in the Radix provides clues as to how I wish and imagine sexuality. Completely independent, whether I am heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual or transsexual. In a woman's horoscope, for example, Mars is no longer the animus factor that she has to look for outside. When viewed in the light, this means that she has to outsource parts of her horoscope. That is tantamount to denying one's own Martian powers. Perhaps this is why we identify with the “right” sex planets so often because we keep the other options within us small. However, our horoscope shows the totality of our person. All powers, all possibilities are symbolically located here. This also includes "male" Mars. My call to women: don't let him take you away!

Even a retrograde Mars must serve as a sign of male-male love under this premise; derived from the idea that a gay man couldn't be a man. In many minds, this seems to be a fact. And therefore it is logical to look for disturbances in the radix. The retrograde Mars is predestined for this.

A Mars-Uranus connection in the horoscope thus initially only indicates the desire for a "Uranian" sexuality, that is, a creative, chaotic, wild, head-controlled, unconventional, provocative, non-conforming sexuality. That can, but need not, be homosexuality. In a strictly gay and lesbian society, such a person would probably be more inclined to develop sexual pleasure in the opposite sex. In short: There is no "homoscope" in which the symbol components of the radix should be interpreted differently than in heterosexuals. We can derive something else from this knowledge.

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The list of allegedly responsible components is much longer:

Emphasis on the twin-body characters twins, sagittarius
Mars, moon or Venus in Aquarius or in the eleventh house
Mars in a watermark or Venus in a fire sign
hard Mars - Venus aspects
hard moon - venus aspects
hard aspects from Neptune to Sun, Moon, Mars or Venus
hard aspects from Uranus to the Sun, Moon, Venus or Mars
hard aspects from Pluto to Sun, Moon, Venus or Mars
Moon, Venus or Mars not affected
Lord of 4, 5, 7 or 8 unseen or hard aspect to Uranus or Neptune or in house eleven or twelve
Mars in decline
Moon Void of Course
bad emphasis on homes related to sexuality and
Overemphasis on heat or damp
Tip house eight or house five in Aquarius, Scorpio or Pisces
complete displacement of Venus or Mars
Role reversal of the parents: sun - mother and moon - father
Asteroid Ganymed or Asteroid Sappho at the relevant point
and so on ...

Let's pick one: a Moon-Uranus connection. In conjunction with seven degrees of Orbis in both directions, this is already 14 degrees on the zodiac. If we add the tension aspects of opposition and squares, we already have 4 x 14 degrees = 56 degrees. With a 360 degree zodiac this corresponds to a probability of 15% that such an aspect occurs. And with only one homo factor!

Neptune is always welcome. In connection with Mars, he ensures that the man flutes his own masculinity, that she literally swims away softly. An argument that can only be followed if one claims that the common (ie heterosexual) man is “hard as Kruppstahl”.

Further in the repertoire: hard Pluto aspects. If Pluto is in quadrature or opposition to the female planets (or, if nothing else can be found, in any unusual but serious secondary aspect), the gay man only turns to his own gender out of necessity; in fact, it hides a great fear of everything feminine. I am probably right to say that everyone knows times when they are afraid of sexual encounters, regardless of their gender. This is almost an integral part of the stress of puberty. Nonetheless, most people have become heterosexual citizens. Or should we even turn to someone with fear?