Why does the ascendant's horoscope also matter?
If you are just reading the horoscope of your sun sign, you will only get a brief overview of what awaits you.
When people ask you what your horoscope sign is, the sun sign is probably the one that comes out of your mouth for sure, as it is the easiest to understand: All you need to know is your birthday.
Although astrology has generally been practiced for thousands of generations, horoscopes, as we now know them with your sun sign as the main identifier, have been the norm only since the 1930s when British astrologer RH Naylor began publishing predictions about the royal family based on their date of birth in the newspaper.
Readers were curious about their astrological predictions, so Naylor simplified his readings for them by focusing on the sun signs. In the 1970s, queer and feminist newspapers began publishing a similar horoscope format, and prominent Linda Goodman astrologer brought full importance to identifying only with your sun sign in her 1968 book, Linda Goodman's Sun Signs.
However, when you read a horoscope just for your sun sign, you are only getting a brief overview of what is waiting for people or the most important aspects of your life. Your sun sign which is determined by the setting of the sun on the day you were born may be an important component of your identity, but it does not always represent you in a comprehensive way. Your ascendant, yes.
The Ascendant is about your identity and your worldview. Because of this, her horoscope can give you more information about yourself.