North Node Aspects to Midheaven
Note: For semi-sextile, read the sextile. For semi-square, read the square. The same traits and characteristics apply, but they will not be as prominent, as pronounced or as influential as they are with either the sextile or square.
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North Node Trine Midheaven/South Node Sextile Midheaven: You're aware of social trends, customs and institutions and how they relate to your profession, public reputation and domestic life, allowing you to harmonize with these attitudes where it's necessary without simply being swept away by passing fads.
North Node Square Midheaven/South Node Square Midheaven: Societal restrictions or expectations may lead you into a career which brings you no fulfillment, yet you would rather go along with the flow than try to find something else. This may lead to problems with co-workers or employers since your self-expression is so constricted at work.
North Node Sextile Midheaven/South Node Trine Midheaven: You have a special capacity for utilizing social trends in your domestic and professional lives, making them mutually supportive. By using popular trends to make money, you can improve your domestic life.
North Node Inconjunct Midheaven/South Node Semi-sextile Midheaven: You may have difficulty at work because you always seem to be out of step with your co-workers. Although you often enjoy your work, you may leave it because of differences in expectations.
North Node Opposition Midheaven/South Node Conjunct Midheaven: Success and monetary gain come through your domestic life. You always have a roof over your head, however temporary. You benefit through your parents and other family members. The timing of events in your domestic life with current social events brings good fortune, especially in your later years. However, misfortune comes through blocked professional interests-- you rarely get the recognition you sometimes deserve due to lack of poor timing. Your long-time habits often clash with social norms, giving you a bad reputation. Poor timing often prevents you from meeting people who could help advance your career. However, your ability to work hard leads to your eventual success, but it may benefit others more than you.