Describing The Husband in The Female Horoscope

Is He The Right Man For You?

In many astrology books you will read that the Sun describes the husband in the female horoscope.

This has proven to be correct indeed.

The natal Sun not only describes the woman's physical body and way of expressing herself but also who her husband(s) will likely be.

However, the Sun never "acts" alone and is in many ways influenced by other conditions like the zodiac sign and house it is in, the aspects and midpoints, the degree area etc.

From our own research, we have found that the husband of a woman is in many ways described by a combination of the zodiac sign and the house the Sun is in as well as the planet it conjuncts.

So, this rule only applies if there is a planet conjunct the Sun or is in the Sun sign in the natal chart of a woman.

Because the Sun represents the creative self-expression, it also describes the creative self-expression of the man, the husband, which is most often reflected and found in the career or job of the man/husband.

In other words, the Sun in the natal chart of a woman almost always points to the career drive and job interests of her (future) husband(s).

There are numerous jobs and careers in this world that cannot be described in full detail by the Sun sign and the planet that is in the Sun sign alone though.

Also, the man/husband may have different jobs/careers (at the same time or one after another like a journalist who later becomes a teacher or a soldier who later becomes a fireman etc.) so that you have to keep it to the basics, to the archetypal meanings of the planet and zodiac signs.

Moreover, if the woman marries different times, chances are her husbands will have different careers, jobs and interests as well.

So, after all, some caution is still necessary and it's not always THAT easy to decipher it at all BUT from the below-listed jaw-dropping examples, you will see how valuable this simple rule still is.

In the mean time, you may have noticed that the rule does not apply if there is more than 1 planet/body conjunct the Sun or in the Sun sign in the female horoscope.

Because we don't always have an exact time of birth of the woman, we will neglect the Sun's house position for now and focus on the Sun sign and the planet that conjuncts the Sun.

Aside from the conjunctions to the Sun, any planet in the Sun sign can be handled as if it conjuncts the Sun as well.

Some real life examples from female natal charts will make it clear:

  • the Sun conjunct Mars in Virgo: the husband is a surgeon (the Sun representing "her man", Virgo representing the medical fields and Mars representing "the knives" and "blood").

  • the Sun conjunct Saturn in Aries: the husband is a police officer (the Sun representing "her man", Aries representing the armed forces and Saturn representing "uniforms" and "law & order").

  • the Sun conjunct Mercury in Aries: the husband was a lawyer (the conjunction is in the 9th house of law) and Mercury in Aries is very talkative and assertive.

  • the Sun conjunct Mars in Cancer: the husband is a selfemployed building contractor (the Sun representing "her man", Cancer representing real estate and houses and Mars representing the selfemployed entrepreneur).

  • the Sun conjunct Mercury in Sagittarius: the husband is a psycho-educationalist (the Sun representing "her man", Sagittarius representing the fields of education and sociology and Mercury representing oral and mental assets).
  • the Sun conjunct Mercury in Sagittarius: the husband was an actor portraying authority figures on both sides of the law (Sagittarius is the sign of publicity, making public and may result in showy behavior which fits an actor).
  • the Sun conjunct Mercury in Gemini: the husband is an ICT specialist and account manager (the Sun representing "her man", Gemini representing the fields of information technology and Mercury representing "being on the road often" or programming/writing code).

  • the Sun conjunct Saturn in Cancer: the husband is a geologist (the Sun representing "her man", Cancer representing real estate and the ground and Saturn representing "the outer surface" and the builder).

  • the Sun conjunct Pluto in Libra: the husband is a Human Resources manager (Libra is about human relationships and human resources as well!) at a large corporation and holds numerous degrees (the Pluto influence is about control and power).

  • the Sun conjunct Mercury in Capricorn: the husband is an officer of the Highway Police (the Sun representing "her man", Capricorn representing uniforms and the fields of "law & order" and Mercury representing "being on the road often").

  • the Sun conjunct Mercury in Taurus: the husband was a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and actor in film and television (Mercury in musical Taurus may love to write songs above all).

  • the Sun conjunct Mars in Leo: the husband is the CEO of a large organisation (the Sun representing "her man", Leo representing the fields of top management and central power and Mars representing "the entrepreneur" and "commander").

Hopefully, the examples have made it clear how awesome a simple rule can be.

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