Chiron was named after the centaur in Greek mythology, and was discovered in 1977 by Charles T. Kowal of the Hale Observatories in Pasadena, California. Chiron’s position, size and behavior were unusual: to large for an asteroid, too small for a planet. As result, Chiron was defined as a “planetoid” (somewhere between a planet and an asteroid). With a unique and erratic orbit, most of the time Chiron lies between the orbits of Saturn and Uranus, but it also passes inside the orbit of Saturn during its extremely elliptical 49-51 years orbit around the Sun.
Astronomically Chiron wanders
The IC in the natal chart is an important aspect that needs to be carefully considered in every chart analysis. As we already know in astrology, IC (Imun Coeli) is one of the 4 angles that we must take in consideration when we analyze any natal chart. Also, the IC is the point that forms the second major axis in any natal chart (IC-MC). There are several reasons why we should pay attention to this astrological indicator. One of the reasons is that IC shows the root of our unique being, what we are like deep inside. Another reason is that IC shows the individual abilities, which may be