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In astrology, determining the worst ascendant involves considering the planetary placements and aspects in the birth chart. A challenging ascendant could arise from malefic planets like Saturn or Mars influencing the first house. Additionally, afflicted planets in angular houses (1st, 4th, 7th, 10th) can contribute to difficulties. Difficult aspects like squares and oppositions involving the ascendant ruler may also indicate challenges. The overall chart balance and the presence of critical degrees further influence this assessment. Consulting a professional astrologer is advisable for a comprehensive analysis.
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Your rising sign is determined by the time of your birth. If you were born right before or right after dawn, your sun sign is likely the same as your rising sign. If you were born just before or just after sunset, your rising sign is most likely to be exactly opposite from your sun sign.
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In astrology, determining the "worst" ascendant is subjective and varies based on individual experiences and interpretations. Some astrologers might consider an ascendant challenging if it has difficult planetary aspects or if its ruling planet is poorly placed in the birth chart. Additionally, cultural and personal biases can influence perceptions of certain ascendants. Ultimately, no ascendant is inherently bad; each comes with unique strengths and challenges that shape an individual's personality and life experiences.
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