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Hi Jen.
If you're looking for a possible interpretation on the Sun/Moon/Stars reading, how about going with the astrological interpretation? However, you would need to change Stars to Ascending (Rising Sign). The following descriptions are from

The Sun, the life-giving heart of our solar system, rules will and individuality. It is the core of your potential and uniqueness as an individual: who you are and what you are about. It represents the main direction and focus you want your life to take and your determination to accomplish what you set out to do.

The Sun's position in your horoscope demonstrates the depth of your personal honesty and integrity, the ability to command respect and authority, to impress and influence others. It indicates the stamp of your character, the deepest flavour of your individuality.

The Moon reflects the power of the inner light, channeling and moulding it into the shape of your personality. While the Sun stands for the character, or ego-self, the Moon displays your nature in a way that can be grasped by the outer world. Ruling desire as opposed to self, or need as opposed to reason, she indicates your feelings about yourself; how you handle relationships and your emotional response to situations and experiences.

The Moon manages the flow of your daily functions: physical, emotional and mental. The Moon symbolises your home base and domestic environment, representing babies and young children, your mother and other important women in your life.

The sign that is on the eastern horizon at the moment of birth is called the Rising Sign or the Ascendant. The Rising Sign governs your outer personality and physical attributes. It represents your self-image and, to a considerable extent, how others see you. It also affects your health issues and the type of illnesses you may experience.

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