Dating back to Babylonian times, humans observed that planetary positions in the zodiac seemed to relate to human events. Through careful observation they noted recurrent planetary positions and developed certain hypotheses over time about individual characteristics associated with the planetary positions and relationships present at birth along with other key times of interest.

These hypotheses coalesced into various forms of astrology that survive into current times.

Astrological charts and interpretations generally show 12 zodiac signs and 10 planetary positions.

Noble Sciences uses all planetary positions: the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, and Pluto as determining factors in an individual’s character, development, and events that are likely to occur in their life. As mentioned earlier, Noble Sciences even uses the positions of the asteroid Chiron, as well as the Earth, the North, and the South Node in its calculations and in all its charts.

Each zodiac sign has specific characteristics associated with it. In addition, each 30-degree division of the Circle represents one sign, or one “house” in astrological terminology.

Each zodiac sign, or house, has its own meaning based on its placement in the circle. All components are taken into account in Noble Sciences.

In working with Beyond Human Design charts, it is important to learn some basic things about the way astrological charts are calculated and what the different planets and divisions of the astrological chart show. Although astrology is a complex science, simple understanding of some of the basics in astrology greatly enhances an understanding of the Noble Sciences work.