Do You Have Virgo in Your Birth Chart?
Smart, detail-oriented, and sharp as a tack, it’s likely that we all wish we had a bit of Virgo in our lives now and then. Spoiler: you don’t actually have to wish!
With Virgo season kicking off on August 22nd and leading us through September 22nd of this year, it’s important that you know not only what Virgo represents but also where it lands in your birth chart.
Why? Because with the Sun in Virgo, you may find any Virgo energy in your birth chart amplified in its season.
That’s right: Virgo energy, like all the other zodiac signs, lives within us all. And now it’s time to find out what exactly it means for you!
Make sure to use the free birth chart generator to find your Virgo placements!
The Virgo Zodiac Sign
By now, you may have heard quite the reputation surrounding Virgo’s perfectionism — from nitpicky tendencies to an insatiable desire to get the job done “right,” there’s certainly something to be said for Virgo’s stickler behavior.
But where does it really come from?
Both Earthy and Mutable, Virgo has the best of both worlds: it’s grounded and practical, but it’s also flexible and adaptable. This means Virgos have a knack for wanting tangible success and progress in everything they put their mind to, but they’re also very capable of noticing when things go awry — even the small stuff.
Ruled by Mercury – the planet of communication and the mind – Virgo also isn’t afraid of speaking their mind. So, yes, Virgo may harbor a reputation for being a perfectionist at times, but they’re often the pair of eyes you’ll want on your major project or goal if you want something done right.
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The Impact Of Virgo Season
As mentioned, Virgo season’s impact lasts for a whole month (August 22nd to September 22nd).
This means we’ll see Virgo’s tendencies of attention to detail, self-efficiency, and practicality be amplified for us all. It’s a great time to get things done and see through any lingering projects or work that we’ve been putting off.
What’s more, Virgo will be lit up in our charts wherever it lands.
Never found yourself relate to Virgo before? You can best see how Virgo season will affect you by noting where Virgo is in your natal chart.
Read more: Why Don’t I Relate to My Sun Sign?
Virgo in the Birth Chart: Planets
First, check to see where Virgo lands in the planets of your birth chart. These can have a major impact on core pieces of your personality and who you are as a person!
Sun, Moon & Rising In Virgo
Any of these placements can lead to an extremely prominent Virgo energy within you.
The Sun, representing the ego and a core piece of the self, would reflect Virgo energy in a variety of ways, but especially in what you wish to put forth into the world. The Moon, governing emotion and your inner world, allows you to connect with Virgo in the emotional space.
And finally, with a Virgo Rising, the traits are projected outwards, making it a noticeable part of who you are to others around you.
Mercury In Virgo
You are a skilled communicator with a knack for teaching and articulating your ideas clearly. With a logical, practical mind, you have a down-to-earth understanding of what goes on around you, making you a valuable asset to any team.
Venus In Virgo
Venus in Virgo highlights the typical qualities of Virgo but in love and relationships.
Venus is known to be in fall in Virgo, which essentially means that it’s a bit of an uncomfortable placement for Virgo to inhabit. Although a Virgo Venus has a strong desire to help and care for their loved ones, you can also be a perfectionist in relationships with impossible standards, or have the desire to “fix” other people’s flaws.
On the flip side, you can be a doting and extremely supportive partner, genuinely wanting the best for those that you care about.
Mars In Virgo
With Mars in Virgo, the energy of the maiden is prominent with your drive and ambition.
As the planet of will and passion, Mars shows us how we pursue things. With Mars in Virgo, you can be exacting and detailed about how you want things done, often with a self-sufficient and efficient pace.
Additionally, you may be known to “wear many hats” and always have multiple projects open for business, holding a need to keep busy at all times.
Jupiter In Virgo
As the planet of expansion, luck, and opportunity, you’d want to understand Jupiter in Virgo so that you can really take advantage of its qualities.
Otherwise, you may find positive luck and opportunity for growth most in areas where you have the ability to communicate, teach, or assist others (especially when it comes to health and body).
Saturn in Virgo
As the planet of restrictions and karma, Saturn can seem like a bit of a party pooper, seemingly being restrictive wherever it lands.
Virgo is already a pretty exacting sign and can care deeply about the outcome of their actions as is. So you can imagine that with Saturn in Virgo, you may find its tendencies heightened, especially when it comes to sweating the small stuff.
Ultimately, Saturn in Virgo teaches you about opening up to a more well-rounded approach so that you can appreciate all facets of life.’
Uranus In Virgo
Folks born in the 1960s may find Uranus sitting in Virgo in their chart.
A planet of revolution and innovation, Uranus wants to change and grow. With Uranus in Virgo, this generation has brought changes in how we perceive health and wellness, for example.
Neptune in Virgo
Some older folks born in the ’40s may find their Neptune placement in Virgo.
Dreamy and elusive, Neptune brings a distinctly otherworldly and spiritual tone to wherever it falls in your chart. In Virgo, you would find a strong foresight, especially with regards to projects and work, guiding your way.
Pluto In Virgo
Critical and practical, this generation grew up faster than others, gaining responsibility at a younger age than the generation that raised them.
With the Pluto in Virgo placement, you’re bound to learn and grow through self-analysis, attention to detail, and experiences that prompt humility.
Chiron In Virgo
Chiron shows us where we hold some of the deepest wounds.
With Chiron in Virgo, you may find yourself highly self-critical or anxious, wanting to fix everything around you, but only because it keeps you busy for a bit. With enough care and long-term vision, Chiron in Virgo can be a powerful healer nonetheless.
Virgo in the Birth Chart: Houses
Even if you have no planets in Virgo, you can still see where the energy of Virgo lands in your chart through your houses.
One of your natal houses should fall in Virgo. Depending on the house system, some may have more than one, and some may have none.
Virgo In The 1st House
If your 1st house is in Virgo, the qualities of this unpredictable and outgoing sign are projected outwards.
Even if you don’t feel like a Virgo on the inside, others notice your presence as a reserved but analytical one.
You may be known for appearing to be judgemental, and perhaps rightfully so — you’re often the first to notice when the energy of someone or something is even slightly off-center, after all!
Virgo In The 2nd House
If your 2nd house is in Virgo, you are resourceful and practical when it comes to income and finances.
As the 2nd house rules over assets, you can use Virgo’s keen eye and grounded nature to maintain a healthy and fine-tuned budget and income. You may also find monetary success in fields that surround health and wellness.
Virgo In The 3rd House
If your 3rd house is in Virgo, you’ll find its qualities highlighted in how you communicate with others.
As the house of communication amongst some other things (like siblings), Virgo in the 3rd house is thoughtful and practical about how it shares information. Armed with a practical and down-to-earth voice, this placement is a great teacher.
Virgo In The 4th House
If your 4th house is in Virgo, your foundations and sense of home will be structured around Virgo qualities.
You may have grown up in a particularly strict or structured home or find that this is a lifestyle you prefer in your own space. Either way, Virgo in the 4th house demands a clean and orderly home life.
Virgo In The 5th House
If your 5th house is in Virgo, the qualities of Virgo can come out in love and with your hobbies.
While the 5th house is dramatic and shows us how we take a spotlight, Virgos are usually reserved and modest. Hobbies may be quiet and allow you to find outlets for your desire to control and focus on the details.
Virgo In The 6th House
With natural healing energy, you may find your sense of bodily awareness heightened, highly sensitive to all the changes that go on in your physical inner world. Additionally, you may be drawn to fields like health, wellness, and medicine.
Virgo in the 7th House
If your 7th house is in Virgo, you have a naturally caring energy and disposition towards those that you care about.
At the end of the day, Virgo is a strong caretaker, doing so out of a genuine desire to heal and help. As the 7th house is the house of partnership, you’ll find that energy carries over into your most personal connections.
Virgo In The 8th House
With the 8th house in Virgo, there’s an extra sense of caution brought to this house.
As the 8th house is the house of inheritances, death, and the occult, you approach your privacy and health with an extra dose of care thanks to Virgo’s keen eye. Transformation is less flashy for you, often happening in a more structured and routine way than it does for others.
Virgo In The 9th House
If your 9th house is in Virgo, you’ll find its qualities highlighted in travel and philosophy.
This means that you can take a more practical and thoughtful approach when it comes to this typically philosophical and spiritual house.
Spiritual practices and travel destinations that have a focus on one-on-one connection and provide opportunities for charitable assistance are more likely to appeal to this pragmatic placement.
Virgo In The 10th House
If your 10th house is in Virgo, the maiden’s traits take over in your career. It’s likely that you care about being perceived as helpful and crucial to any project or piece of work, wanting to contribute to the larger picture.
As the energy of the caretaker meets the energy of the public sphere, you’ll find a strong sense of duty and responsibility urging you to find your place in a team.
Virgo In The 11th House
With the 11th house in Virgo, you bring the energy of the caretaker into your friendships and social circles.
Innovative and ambitious, the 11th house rules over groups and how we approach worldly causes. Thanks to Virgo’s more intimate approach, you may be known as the glue that holds everyone together or the shoulder that everyone can lean on.
Virgo In The 12th House
Mysterious, dreamy, and otherworldly, the 12th house meets interesting energy when uniting with practical and grounded Virgo.
Although you’ll maintain the strong Virgo desire to fix and assist, the 12th house brings some amount of difficulty to this wish. Sometimes you’ll find a clash between practicality and your dreams and may find that you tend to keep many of your biggest wishes private.
Ultimately, this placement can gift you with strong communication skills nonetheless, especially in writing or creative processes.
Embracing The Virgo Within
All zodiac signs are within us in one way or another, including Virgo! You can use this Virgo season to tap into your Virgo energy now, knowing where it falls and how it affects you on a more intimate level.
If you’re a Virgo, follow your daily horoscope, and for everyone, make use of the astrology calendar to keep track of when Virgo season starts and ends and where other transits may be impacting this special season.
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