|April 10, 2011||Filled under Astrology, 8th, Houses, Self-disclosure|
The eighth house is the House that many fear. It is the house of taboos and sensitive subjects — what isn’t talked about in polite company.
Facts about the 8th House.
- Ruled by Pluto (Scorpio).
- House Axis: 2 /8 Polarity
- Aspect / Planet – Sign: (Taurus) Venus Opposition Pluto (Scorpio) The JMAD Swap: Venus Scorpio / Pluto Taurus. Scorpio is also ruled by Mars. Scorpio is in Sextile with Virgo (the 6th house) and Capricorn (10th house); therefore, these houses stimulate and piggy-back off of each other.
- Everyone has 8th house themes. This is the house of Other People’s Stuff or when house ownership is taken, it can be viewed as Your Stuff Through Others.
- Eighth House: To Me from You. 2nd House: From Me.
- House Themes: Money, Inheritance, Business, Control, Sex, Secrets, Transformation, Mysteries, Psychology
8th House Themes
- House of Other People’s Money: While this is the house of “other people’s” money, you may very well feel *entitled* for better or worse. This can be your money through others. Earning money from or through others such as owning a business where employees / people make money for you (they hopefully get PAID too), a spouse, parent, etc. off the backs of others. Taxes Withheld and Paid. Banking. Investments. Money received from inheritance, business, sex, mysteries, etc. Finances of partners. 2nd Bankruptcy.
- House of Inheritance: Gifts and talents inherited through ancestry, roots, a mentor, powerful relationship, past lives, etc. Money received from people passed.
- House of Business: Indicates type of industry. How one administers, accounts, markets, pays, etc. others. Self-employment. The type of people you employ, that are employed for your business unit. That type of people that is best to be employed for your business.
- House of Control: Ownership. Mentorship. Obsessions. Addictions. Domination. Management,. Power struggles. Jealousy. Habits. Bullying. Intimidation.
- House of Sex: Reproduction. Pro-creation. Fornication. Gender. Delivery of baby / death of baby. Sexual diseases. Sexual problems. Attracting others through sex. Who or what attracts you in a primal way. Sexual activity. Sexual Fantasies.
- House of Secrets: Hidden agendas. Crime. Confidentiality. Embarrassing information kept under lock and key. Family secrets.
- House of Transformation: Out with the old, in with the new. Starting over. Re-invention. Re-incarnation. Birth. Early childhood. Physical and Metaphorical death. Re-birth. Throwing out the trash. Healing. Surgery. What we abort. Spring cleanings. Purification. Fasting.
- House of Mysteries: Unexplained miracles, developments, and structures / buildings. Research of psychic stuff, the occult, tarot, astrology, mediumship, etc. Unknown or non-diagnosable illnesses.
- House of Psychology: Investigation. Fears. Phobias. Trauma. Our inner workings. Nature vs. nurture. Our upbringing and how it affected us psychologically. Mental illness. Handling the self-esteem and intense emotions of others and self.
Planned articles for the Eight:
- Elaboration of 8th house themes.
- Manifestation of 8th house themes within each sign, planet.
- Misunderstandings from self and other within the 8th house.
- How-to overcome 8th house challenges.
What others say about this house
What’s in your first and 8th house? If nothing is in it, what is in your 2nd and 8th house cusp? What have you experienced as 8th house themes? Anything else you want to share about the 8th house?
Self-disclosure: I have a Virgo stellium in the 8th house. A cluster of 3 planets (two personal planets) in Virgo 2 degrees apart from each other. Another planet in Libra is within 8 degrees of this cluster and is in the 8th house with Placidus; however, this planet is in the 9th with Koch. Mercury Virgo conjuncts South Node in the 8th house with a distance of 15 degrees from the nearest planet in the stellium cluster. So Ruler of the 8th is in the 8th.
My 8th house is strong and when looking at vocation, the 8th house is a great place to visit to see if there are any strengths in business, research, finances, detection, etc.. and what type of industry the native might enjoy working within.
I have been self-employed for quite some time now, took business in school, and offer psychological, health, and wellness services as well as hire people to become Psychic Event Entertainers… 🙂
|September 22, 2011||Filled under Astrology, 1st, Angles, Ascendant, Houses|
The first house is the house of self. It’s the house of Me, myself, and I Inc. What I want, what I can do on my own, what I might not see about myself (blind-spot) but others see.Â This house is attached to the angle called the Ascendant, ASC, or AC. This angle is our entrance into this world, how we make an – our entrance, first impressions, physical expression, how we look physically — facial expression, mannerisms, body shape, etc.
Unlike its opposite 7th house, the 1st house projects an image that the native may not readily accept, pay attention to, or recognize in themselves or others.
The first house is what the native puts out there, extroverts but doesn’t take back in (reflect back). The native doesn’t care whether you do their first house or not.Â Others are seen as separate and distinct. The native does what they do and others do what they do and while it could be the same, there’s no meshing in the native’s mind.
The ascendant protects the native. Once the native understands their chart, they can interact with others strategically and in a way that helps them succeed in life.
Going against one’s ascendant and sharing the Sun or Moon can set up the native for attacks, abuse, or misuse. This isn’t the seventh house, it’s the FIRST. However, it’s this astrologers opinion, that the ultimate goal is that the native blends their Sun, Moon, and Ascendant with discernment.Â And that all chart oppositions, in this case — theÂ first and seventh houses are also blended.
On the other hand, without a solid understanding and activation of their ascendant, letting anyone into the inner world (from the first house) can prove unfortunate. This is why a harmonious trine aspect from the Sun & Moon to the Ascendant proves fortunate.Â Why?Â Because lets say the native is a Sun Gemini and their ascendant is a Libra. They are still exhibiting ‘air-like’ qualities and they are also exhibiting many of the inner Sun qualities without giving it all away.
So for protection and worldly success, think of the ascendant as a virtue, your chastity — abstinence from intimacy, imbuing civility, enacting temperance.
But if the goal is to be intimate with another / others, the native will want to release their inner self (Sun, Moon) if it’s disharmonious from their outer self (the ascendant) or if they haven’t managed to blend the 3 major parts of themselves with discernment.Â If they don’t share their inner self in this situation, down the road a lot of confusion or dislike from others feeling as if the native has misrepresented themselves is likely to occur. But remember it’s best that intimacy is shared in the 7th and not in the 1st. So the native will want to make a conscious decision on who they want to bring into their inner circle (the Sun being the center of the chart!) and it’s helpful if they do this on the sidelines, out of harm’s way.
About the 1st House.
- Ruled by Mars (Aries, Scorpio). An angular house.
- House Axis: 1 /7 Polarity
- Your Ascendant becomes your chart ruler and it touches everything, for better or worse, in your chart.
- Aspect / Planet – Sign: (Aries, Scorpio) Mars Opposition Venus (Libra, Taurus) The JMAD Swap: Mars Libra / Taurus ~ Venus Aries / Scorpio. In fall. Aries is in Sextile with Gemini (the 3rd house) and Aquarius (11th house) — detached friendships and separate communication.Â These houses stimulate and piggy-back off of each other. The 1st house is also in harmony (trine) with the 5th (non-committal dating and re/pro-creation) and 9th house (the higher mind, philosophy, etc.).Â Animals of Mars:Â Woodpecker and Wolf
- Everyone has 1st house themes. This is the House of Self or when house ownership is taken, it can be viewed as Self for Other.Â
- 1st House: Me, Self, I. Seventh House: You, Other, Us.Â
- House Themes: Outer Appearance, Initiative, Self-relationship, Self-development, Physical Expression, Physical Strength, Attracting & Winning.
1st House Themes
- House of Outer Appearance: Your act.Â What’s your act? What’s your outer modus operandi? How you look.Â What your energy or aura gives off. Your hair, face and body features. What you don’t or didn’t readily accept about yourself even though it is / was blatantly obvious to others. The first impression, first sparks fired. What you feel comfortable in showing even if you don’t want to. How you protect your love nature, soft side, inner core, inner self, vulnerabilities. This theme is also connected to the 2nd house.
- House of Initiative: Areas where you like to take initiative. What you can start on your own. How hard or easy it is for you to move forward and activate your desires. What you will fight for. The actions we take to cope and deal with what we perceive is our life.
- House of Self-Relationship: What you do for yourself and why. How you focus on and look after yourself. How you spend your time alone. What interests us.Â How self-interested you are. Your selfishness.
- House of Physical Expression: How you dress.Â The types of clothes or fashion styles you like. Your facial expression and body language.
- House of Physical Strength: Vitality. How one withstands pressures on one’s body. This theme is also connected to the 12th house and indicates how healthy you are, and were upon entrance into and your exit out of the world.
- House of Self-Development: What you do.Â The types of careers or employment that attracts you. What you concern yourself about. Behaviors used to work towards your Sun sign. What you need to move away from to reach wholeness.Â A caregiver’s Sun sign or element (especially as related to your chosen career, educational pursuits, or self-development) might be found in your rising sign.Â This theme is also connected to the 4th house.
- House of Winning & Attracting: Areas where you can succeed and can win with force or overwhelming action. What, how, and where you attract those you pursue. Dynamic and sparkling attributes you possess. This theme is also connected to the 10th house. What you need to act, and succeed.
Planned articles for the First:
- Elaboration of 1st house themes.
- Manifestation of 1st house themes within each sign, planet.
- Misunderstandings from self and other within the 1st house.
- How-to overcome 1st house challenges. (This was addressed a bit in the opening paragraphs. Idea: Ask to see their chart or what their Sun or Moon is in, for example, and check that against how they are presenting themselves in the world.)
What others say…
Aries-Scorpio side note: “Mars’ festivals were held in March, the month named for him (Latin Martius), and in October, which began and ended the season for military campaigning and farming.” and “Mars was the son of Juno alone. Jupiter had usurped the mother’s function when he gave birth to Minerva ( Isabel Hickey alluded in her book, Cosmic Science, that Pluto could also be called Minerva “Pluto or Minerva, the Choice is Yours“.Â And apparently staff of the Flagstaff observatory suggested Cronus and Minerva in addition to Pluto) directly from his forehead (or mind); to restore the balance, Juno sought the advice of the goddess Flora on how to do the same. Flora obtained a magic flower (Latin flos, plural flores, a masculine word) and tested it on a heifer who became fecund at once. She then plucked a flower ritually using her thumb, touched Juno’s belly, and impregnated her. Juno withdrew to Thrace and the shore of Marmara for the birth.” and “The bird of Mars also guarded a woodland herb (paeonia) used for treatment of the digestive or female reproductive systems; those who sought to harvest it were advised to do so by night, lest the woodpecker jab out their eyes.”.Â Source.Â These points would indicate Aries ruled by Mars with Mars co-ruling Scorpio . 🙂
Questions: What’s in your first house? If nothing is in it, what is in your 1st house cusp? What have you experienced as 1st house themes? Anything else you want to share about the 1st house?
This post was very hard for me to write.Â It’s been in draft for awhile now, with me adding bits and pieces to it over the last month or so.Â I have an intercepted rising (1st house) in Capricorn but I feel like I have an Aquarius rising too.Â Chart ruler is Saturn and at times Uranus. And even though I have my Sun & Mars in Leo and therefore Aquarius does shine through those signs as well from time-to-time, I have an empty 11th house and only a Part of Fortune in Aquarius.Â Therefore, I feel confident that an intercepted sign acts similar to a sign or house cusp.Â So I have both Aquarius and Capricorn first house themes; however, I would say that Capricorn generally wins out.
My chart is Public Other so I have a bad habit of not thinking about myself enough and my own self-development as it relates to me.Â I have historically concerned myself with how I can better myself for others (Sun/Mars in the 7th). And how I can become more well-liked.Â With Sun Inconjunct Ascendant, my outer projection does not reflect my inner truth so that often leads to confusion and dislike when I attempt to share both.Â It’s not currently a good blend!
I’m learning to share less, more often until I sync up my stuff.Â Hopefully that will help and writing this article opened my eyes to what I was doing incorrectly. Also when I finished writing up my article, I was delighted to see the house that Dana G. had in her article.Â I had already picked mine months ago and it was a nice “on the right track” feeling. The Lighthouse is a good pick but after what I have learned contemplating this house more deeply, I wonder if there might be a better ‘house’ to represent the first house.Â Time will tell…
I’m sure I could and hopefully will write more about the first house after reading these three books dedicated to The Ascendant by Jodie Forrest, The Ascendant, Your Karmic Doorway by Martin Schulman, and The Rising Sign, Your Astrological Mask by Jeanne Avery. I look forward to being further inspired!
Update (not due to reading the above books) — October 4, 2011:
Having a discussion in a group about the ascendant.Â My ascendant is Capricorn.
For me… I now know I AM serious, hard-working, achievement oriented, and concerned about appearances (more-so before I accepted this about me) but these are not *preferred* ways of being. I did own my interest in business.Â Heck, I went to school for business and I’m the daughter of a business-man.
I have managed other people’s businesses and I have founded and operated my own. But I prefer being a happy, dappy, artsy Leo. When I worked corporate and I was heading off for a break or leaving to go home, people thought I was “just starting work”.Â I didn’t have the look of “off duty”. When I was younger, I looked older and now I look younger.Â When I was younger, my Sun shone through a lot more.
The problem is that my world (as an adult) doesn’t support my Sun — at least not right now. For example, if others wouldn’t think they could get away with things — then I wouldn’t have to pull the ‘strict’ card.Â Or if others would be responsible and not just think about themselves, I wouldn’t desire to enact some sort of ‘disciplinary’ action that I have the right (ie contract agreements) to enact.
I want others to self-manage, self-discipline, self-reflect, self-motivate, self-regulate, etc… but if they won’t… who do you think is going to take care of business?Â My warm, playful, inspirational Leo Sun or the strict, stern, business-minded Capricorn ascendant? 🙂
Of course, as I grow to accept and understand my ascendant more… I will hire and surround myself around more people who reflect my goals and desires — my ascendant, so I don’t have to DO my ascendant.Â And that’s one more reason why astrology rocks — the opportunity to *know* what’s going on and tools and knowledge to fix what isn’t working.
So I feel our ascendant is what we need or believe we need to survive and protect ourselves in this Saturnian world. Then again, my chart is Saturn ruled so I might have some bias here. But what most people see about me, IS correct — at least on the surface.Â It just wasn’t something I owned at some point, is not the whole truth, nor likely what I want to project.
To add, my Leo can be bossy and take the lead with confidence… in other words, I know how to tell people (those that have agreed to take direction from me) what to do and with ease (even if I rather not) but that isn’t the same as being strict and disciplinarian which is (in my mind) very much my Capricorn ascendant.
|April 29, 2011||Filled under Astrology, 12th, Houses|
Note: On May 18th, I decided to assign Virgo to Vesta and therefore the 6th house is ruled by Vesta and is opposite the 12th house.Â Reading over what I wrote here back on April 29th, I can see how Vesta is the 12th house’s counterpart / opposite!
The twelfth house is the house of the broken soul and non-self, the secret or magical self. It’s the house ofÂ fog and gases, the intangible that can not be held, seen, factually verifiable yet often heard and recognized. This is the house of soul as a *pathway*, the soul as a *conduit* to our dreams. And sometimes that soul or psyche breaks down and we need to heal and this is the house where that is taken care of. The twelfth house sets the stage for the realization that we are all “one”, all in it together.Â This is the House of “under-work” to the point of inertia, to the point where it can destroy one’s psyche if left unobserved. It’s a water house that deals with the arcane and the dream-world which are crucial to Neptunian ideals.
Facts about the 12th House.
- Ruled by *Neptune (Pisces). A Cadent house.
- House Axis: 12 /6 Polarity
- Aspect / Planet – Sign: (Pisces) Neptune Opposition Mercury (Virgo) The JMAD Swap: Neptune Virgo / Mercury Pisces.Â Update – May 18th: (Pisces) Neptune Opposition Vesta (Virgo).Â Pisces is in Sextile with Taurus (the 2nd house) and Capricorn (10th house); therefore, these houses stimulate and piggy-back off of each other. The 12th house is also in harmony (trine) with the 4th and 8th house which completes the primary “internal and psychological” themes in a natives life.
- Everyone has 12th house themes. This is the House of The Secret Self or when house ownership is taken, it can be viewed as The House of the Higher or Magical Self.
- 12th House: From The Universe to Me. Sixth House: From Me to The Universe.
- House Themes: Unconscious & Hidden Secrets, Chronic Health & Healing, Institutions That Confine, The Non-Self & Self-Sabotage, Gestation & The Psyche, Humanity, Larger Pets & Animals
12th House Themes
- House ofÂ Unconscious and Hidden Secrets: Enemies that we don’t know exist.Â Things we don’t want anyone, including ourselves, to know about.Â Not knowing what’s not working.Â Secrets that make us sad. Subconscious yearnings or desires. Unacknowledged or spoken fears. Deceiving self. Guardian angels, watchers, helpers, benefactors, philanthropists. Hidden talents, desires, and strengths. What one represses.Â What one forgets yet is very important to remember and often quite traumatic. What others fear or do not like in us but won’t often tell us. How we take care of the secrets others tell us. Skeletons in the closet.
- House of Chronic Health & Healing:Â Places where serious mental and physical illness and disease occurs.Â Healing the dis-ease in others. Nebulous or undiagnosed health issues. Universal pain. Alternative healing that doesn’t or hasn’t responded to traditional healing.Â Reiki.Â Re-birth therapy. Types of long term and on-going health issues. How dis-ease manifests. Types of fluids one enjoys or needs for better health. The types of illnesses. Psychosomatic illnesses.Â Empathic illness.Â The type of toxic environments that can cause chronic illness. Internal, deep, and difficult to express and release pain. Agoraphobia.
- House of Institutions That Confine: Prisons. Hospitals. Zoos. Asylums. Boarding schools. Libraries. Storage Units. Nursing Homes. Hospices. Bondage. Halfway Houses. Abuse Shelters. Being restrained due to choices made, karma, or social drop-out. Represents the type of locks that are had depending on house ruler and planets residing in the house?Â Examples: a heart (moon) lock, a mental (mercury) lock, a sun (self) lock, etc. One *institution* that confines in the 12th house is the “soul of the brain”. Imprisonment.
- House of The Non-Self & Self-Sabotage: Eradication of self. Suffering. Forgiving. Being compassionate.Â Offering “listening” therapy. What people feel comfortable telling you about. Slavery. Guilt. Shame. Karma. Selflessness. Giving to others.Â Self-destructive non-action.Â Inertia. Hidden understanding of self. Not being seen, felt, heard, or understood. What is unknown about us. Chemical Addictions. Being a martyr, victim. How we serve and focus on others. Poverty.Â How or what you let others take care. The area others want to help or bind you.Â How we can get out of the way of our egos and let loose.
- House of Gestation & The Psyche: Dreams. Contemplation.Â Meditation. Ideas that are born seemingly out of nowhere. Getting ready and preparing for being an individual. Formulating and deciding upon what one will use or not use in one’s personality. Training the psyche. Expression of the Psyche through art and intuitive insights.Â What we enjoy dreaming about. Reflection and Quietness. Isolation. Hermit. Spiritual development. Enlightenment through sacrifice. House of gestating and percolating — great place for received inspired wisdom.
- House of Humanity: Forgiveness. Compassion. Volunteering. Universal Consciousness.Â Spirituality. Being on welfare. Creating co-dependence so one is taken care of. Past, present, and future lives. Collective Conscious.Â Dying and paying for the sins of humanity. How one views other human beings. Prejudices experienced.Â How we accept others. The karma we carry.
- House of Larger Pets & Animals: Human beings. The Hunted and Trapped.Â Reflects the wild and expansive nature, if only within dreams. Types of animals you like such as horses.Â Types of human beings / personalities you like subconsciously (humans are mammals).
Houses of the 12th
There were so many houses to illustrate the 12th house that it was hard to just show one of them, so here the other ones are…
Planned articles for the Twelfth:
- Elaboration of 12th house themes.
- Manifestation of 12th house themes within each sign or house ruler and planet.
- Misunderstandings from self and other within the 12th house.
- How-to overcome 12th house challenges.
What others say about this house
What’s in your first and 12th house? If nothing is in it, what is in your 6th and 12th house cusp? What have you experienced as 12th house themes? Anything else you want to share about the 12th house?
Self-disclosure: I have a 12th house cusp in Sagittarius, Jupiter rules the house (Placidus, Koch, Equal, Porphyry).
|August 30, 2011||Filled under 10th, Houses|
“Why fit in when you were born to stand out? – Dr. Seuss”
The tenth house is the House that shows off our public self. It is the house of our career and future.Â It’s our inner depth manifested externally. It’s where truth and lies intermingle. The tenth house is where others will allow or disallow us to make a good living.Â This is where they will support or obstruct, delayÂ our financial endeavours through our daily tasks and what we are naturally good at.
The tenth house is the house of aspirations and the public self. It’s the house ofÂ solids, the tangible that can be held, seen, factually verifiable, heard and recognized. This is the house of achievement, legacy, and what we are prepared to share with the world. The tenth house is where we find our career, what the public will encourage, support, or naturally see us doing.Â This is the House of “work” to the point of success, to the point of where it can uplift and define one’s destiny. On the flip-side, it can be where we work to the point of failure and where we feel defeated.Â The tenth house is what we are born to achieve and where we lead.Â And we continue working towards becoming a complete success or failure, as it relates to 10th house matters, throughout our whole lives.Â A marked achievement or realization of what we are here to do tends to occur after or near one’s Saturn Return (28-30) and the height of achievement generally happens between the ages of 58-60, during one’s Second Saturn Return. We have about 30 years to begin, define, and complete our social standing.Â It’s an earth house that deals with known and ideal social conditions.
Facts about the 10th House.
- Ruled by Saturn (Capricorn). An Angular house.
- House Axis: 10 /4 Polarity
- Aspect / Planet – Sign: (Capricorn) Saturn Opposition Moon (Cancer)
- The JMAD Swap: Saturn Cancer /Moon Capricorn.Â Our parents or male/female care-givers. Capricorn is Sextile Pisces (the 12nd house) and Scorpio (8th house); therefore, these houses stimulate and piggy-back off of each other and themes of Neptune (illusion) and Pluto (power) are at play. The 10th house is also in harmony (trine) with the 2nd and 6th house which completes the primary “internal and psychological” themes in a natives life.
- Everyone has 10th house themes. This is the House of The Public Self or when house ownership is taken, it can be viewed as The House of Self-Actualization.
- 10th House: See me and what I have created. (an open door) Fourth House: Don’t see me and what was created before me. (behind closed doors)
- House Themes: Career & Aspiration, Public Image & Persona, Parents (especially father or the disciplinarian), Duty & Obligations, Social Law, Corporations
- Midheaven:Â Connected to the MC, the highest point of the zodiac wheel.
10th House Themes
- House of Career & Aspiration:What we want to become known for.Â How and why we shine. What we can get paid easily for. Who we want to serve in public.Â How we want to serve others in public. Potential careers.Â Type of career success we’ll have.Â What we strive for.Â Our highest potential.
- House of Public Image & Persona:Â Politics.Â How we are perceived.Â What people think about us. Status. How we are seen or not seen.Â Under what conditions we may become famous or infamous.
- House of Parents: Careers, special skills and aptitudes we inherit from our parents, mother, or father. The father or male energy is involved in this house if the planets Sun, Mercury, Mars, Saturn, or Uranus are involved. The mother or female energy is involved in this house if the planets Moon, Venus, Jupiter, or Neptune are involved. Pluto may represent male or female energy.
- House of Duty & Obligations: Our mission. What we are compelled to do.Â What we feel we owe the world or the parent(s) (that is represented by this house) to accomplish. Legacy. Contributions to society. How our karma resolves itself. Achievements that the parents made or didn’t make can be also projected onto the native in this house.Â This is where the native feels they need to prove their worth and make their parent(parents) proud or where the native wants to fulfill the “new” destiny beyond 4th house roots that the parent(s) didn’t fulfill for themselves.
- House of Social Law: How one is suppose to act.Â How well we adhere to social conduct rules. How we need to operate within the world of work to find success. How we are accepted or the judgement we receive from others based on how others believe we are operating.
- House of Corporations: Describes the type of organizations or industry we would like to or work within.Â Who and what type of organization or group signs our paycheques or pays us.
I found this a hard house to connect with.Â Could it be my Neptune in the 10th that’s having a problem clarifying it?Â Or perhaps it’s my own lack of focused and direct success that’s making me shy away from this topic.Â A weird veil being put on since I haven’t found the solution for success yet. I feel a sense that when it comes to doing the ‘signs and planets’ in this house, that I won’t be able to shut up about it.Â 🙂 Anyway, hope this is enough to chew on, for now…
Planned articles for the Tenth:
- Elaboration of 10th house themes.
- Manifestation of 10th house themes within each sign, planet.
- Misunderstandings from self and other within the 10th house.
- How-to overcome 10th house challenges.
What others say about this house
What’s in your first and 10th house? If nothing is in it, what is in your 4th and 10th house cusp? What have you experienced as 10th house themes? Anything else you want to share about the 10th house?
|April 15, 2011||Filled under Astrology, 6th, Houses|
Note: On May 18th, I decided to assign Virgo to Vesta and therefore the 6th house is ruled by Vesta.Â Reading over what I wrote here back on April 15th, Vesta is very much present — much more than Mercury (in fact)!
The sixth house is the house where things are fixed and done.Â It’s the house of solids, things that are tangible and that can be held, seen, factually verifiable yet often unheard and unrecognized.Â This is the house of body as a *machine*, the body as a *tool* to get things done. And sometimes that body or work breaks down and we need to repair and re-build and this is the house where we take care of that.Â The sixth house sets the stage for work to *begin*.Â “Working tirelessly” is an oxymoron in this house.Â Â This is the house of “over-work” to the point of exhaustion, to the point where it can destroy one’s body if left unobserved.Â It’s an earthly house that deals with mundane and necessary activities which are crucial to surviving a Saturnian society.
Facts about the 6th House.
- Ruled by *Mercury (Virgo). A Cadent house.
- *I am not satisfied that Virgo has not been claimed by a planet of its very own yet.Â Mercury co-rules Virgo; however, I think it’s better as an exalted sign instead.
- House Axis: 6 /12 Polarity
- Aspect / Planet – Sign: (Virgo) Mercury Opposition Neptune (Pisces) The JMAD Swap: Mercury Pisces / Neptune Virgo.Â As of May 18th: (Virgo) Vesta Opposition Neptune (Pisces) The JMAD Swap: Vesta Pisces / Neptune Virgo.Â (Magical work, Divine health, Sacrificial work, Submitting to service… )Virgo is in Sextile with Scorpio (the 8th house) and Cancer (4th house); therefore, these houses stimulate and piggy-back off of each other.Â The 6th house is also in harmony (trine) with the 2nd and 10th house which completes the primary “career and vocational” themes in a natives life.Â
- Everyone has 6th house themes. This is the House of Working with the Body / Mind Like a Machine or when house ownership is taken, it can be viewed as Service To Self & Other.
- Sixth House: From Me to The Universe. 12th House: From The Universe to Me.
- House Themes: Work, Health, Comfort, Service, Duty, Esteem, Vocational Training, Pets & Small Animals
6th House Themes
- House of Work: Types of jobs, tasks, and duties we take on and do. Who you work with and how you work (including your work ethic and habits).Â Skills and talents seen and used. Hobbies that turn into professional pursuits. Losing a portion of your money to another.Â Also indicates what type of employees or clients (those that serve you) will have and how well you get along with others in the workplace. Planning and organizing. This house can show the level of competency, detail, accuracy, responsibility, and efficiency that is had. Loyalty. Important and necessary work that make a difference.Â Having an order to how you work.
- House of Acute Health:Â Focus on “mental and physical health”. Types of problems one can have with their health.Â How one takes care of their health.Â Being a workaholic. Financial health of self and employer. Types of foods eaten to maintain health.Â Exercise and diet. Types of illness, disease, and the ways it manifests itself. The physical and mental expression of how one heals. Strain and stress on body or mind. Medical professionals. Specialists.Â Imagined illness due to mental stress.
- House of Comfort: Doing and being.Â Wanting to know what is expected.Â Dislike of confusion from the universe, management, employees, etc.Â Keeping things the same.Â A well-oiled machine. Sustenance. Routines. Rituals.Â A need to be comfortable.Â A tendency to complain. Wanting work to be natural and normalized.
- House of Service: Submission.Â Being a servant. Giving. Being a “civil servant”. Selflessness.Â Feeling unrecognized. Being employed.Â An employee. Debt owed. Karma. Imbalanced and unequal service.Â Physical sacrifices and suffering through giving service erroneously. Behind-the-scenes, supporting the LEAD.Â How we serve customers, clients, and even those we hire and vice versa.Â Imagined slights and oversights.
- House of Duty:Â What do you feel is your duty?Â How will you service humankind?Â Having a sense of purpose. Having a stiff upper lip.Â Your beliefs around being responsible and following-through on hard or dirty work. Doing what is “right” even if it’s not what is wanted.
- House of Esteem: Self Esteem (Self-talk. Devaluing self. Guilt, Assuming one “has” to do something. Masochism. Denial of self. Visible Humility and Humbleness. Taking on, doing, or giving jobs that are below ability. Fear of failure. Themes around worthiness, Being of worth, Being hard on self).Â Regarding work done (especially how much!!), earthly (material) arrogance / satisfaction from employees, employers, clients, or self. The Caste System. Over-working. Grooming. How you groom yourself. Status.
- House ofÂ Vocational Training: Types of training you may receive or give.Â How you will be trained / train. What kinds of training you enjoy.Â Apprentices. This house also characterizes the student and the teacher.Â What will be learned, and how it will be learned.Â Training one’s brain!
- House of Pets & Small Animals: Those vulnerable and need of our constant care. Types of animals you like or what you like about animals. Animals that can be used in service.
Planned articles for the Sixth:
- Elaboration of 6th house themes.
- Manifestation of 6th house themes within each sign, planet.
- Misunderstandings from self and other within the 6th house.
- How-to overcome 6th house challenges.
What others say about this house
What’s in your first and 6th house? If nothing is in it, what is in your 12th and 6th house cusp? What have you experienced as 6th house themes? Anything else you want to share about the 6th house?
Self-disclosure: I have a 6th house cusp in Gemini.
Thank you Jan Bird, Lids Crhak Knox, Sophia Mattheou, Beth Turnage, and Jena Owens for some discussion on the 6th.Â I’ll include what you had to say (excerpts) as it is relevant for future articles on the 6th house…. 😀
|August 7, 2011||Filled under 4th, Houses|
The fourth house is the House where we find our roots and comfort. It is the house of family, extended family, family resources, our past and our future, and it represents long term memory.
The fourth house is also the house of our childhood and our parents childhood and so-on.Â It represents the circle of life and size. It’s the house of what makes us into who we are as adults and it’s our past that we like to keep private.Â This is where we can find “Skeletons in the closet“.Â It represents resources used to rear us.Â Often it is where we blend into what everyone else wants of us.Â We are not heard or recognized as individuals who have separate and distinct aspirations. This is the house of family, extended family, and family we don’t know about.Â This is the House of “non-work” as we develop our psyche and make choices about what we want to become or settle into. It’s a water house that deals with the mother, emotions, instinct, food, housing, and sustenance — basic needs!
Within Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs the 4th house covers Physiological, Safety, and part of one’s Love/Belonging needs.Â This is a serious house dealing with security, responsibilities, and emotional well-being.
The 4th house is where we get nurtured so that we can become a success out in the big and difficult world (10th house).Â This house shows how we were nurtured until our early 20’s (3rd Saturn Square & Uranus Squares Saturn).Â Once we have proven our success away from our early conditions and family support or non-support, we go back to become an elder or mentor after we have self-acutalized and received public recognition in the 10th house.Â This happens around 60 years old and this is when you make way and support the 20, 30, and 40’s in leaving their legacy and imprint on the world.
Facts about the 4th House.
- Ruled by Moon (Cancer). An Angular house.
- House Axis: 4 /10 Polarity
- Aspect / Planet – Sign: (Cancer) Moon Opposition Saturn (Capricorn)
- The JMAD Swap: Moon Capricorn / Saturn Cancer.Â Our parents or male/female care-givers. Cancer is in Sextile with Virgo (the 6th house) and Taurus (2nd house); therefore, these houses stimulate and piggy-back off of each other. The 4th house is also in harmony (trine) with the 12th and 8th house which completes the primary “internal and psychological” themes in a natives life.
- Everyone has 4th house themes. This is the House of Ancestry (past) or when house ownership is taken, it can be viewed as The House of Nurture (present).
- 4th House: Don’t see me and what was created before me. (behind closed doors) Tenth House: See me and what I have created. (an open door)
- House Themes: Our Roots, Family & Parents or Care-takers, Heritage, Beginning and End of Life, Housing & Land or Farming, Food & Produce, Resources & Resourcefulness, Archetypes & the Universe
Personal note: I’m a psychic and occultist, by trade (Scorpio planet in the 10th).Â My mother is a water sign and was involved with tarot and the occult and I come from a long line of occultists on my mother’s side who practiced in secret. My father is of an earthy and logical temperament with a conservative heritage who is /was focused on public / career success.Â He was / is a business man and I went to school for business. My parents split when I was young so I was reared mainly by my father (unusual for the times). I have Saturn in the 4th — Saturn co-rules Aquarius!Â If it were not for my father, I wouldn’t have turned my occult abilities into a business.Â And if it weren’t for my mother, I wouldn’t have had the psychic DNA in my blood.Â The 4th house contains information about both of your parents, as does the 10th.Â As a side-note, I was raised on a farm for a good number of years and this very much relates to my earthy Saturn in the 4th placement. 😀
4th House Themes
- House of Our Roots: heritage, ancestry, where we came from. What we know about our roots.Â What is hidden about our roots when we are young.Â What we find out about our roots when we are much older. What we own or is passed on to us as it relates to the family, such as photos, heirlooms, and real estate.Â Burial grounds or places where the native can find relics of the past or where their relics will be stored.
- House of Family & Care-takers:Â The parents but specifically the Mother or Nurturer and what she / they pass on to you.Â The quality of care received.Â The size of the family and the reason for the size.Â How you were nurtured.Â The first house is nature and 4th house is nurture.Â The role your father played in the home.Â The kind of family you have. Siblings whom one is not close with due to adoption, out of wedlock birth, previous marriage / family of parents and their emotional and psychological temperament as related to the native’s parents (siblings are in the 3rd).Â Siblings whom one does not know.
- House of Beginning & End: Childhood and old age. How we begin our lives and how our lives end.Â Before 20 and after 60. The quality of our life when we are young and much older.Â
- House of Housing & Land (Farming, Water, What’s at or below the horizon): The quality, size, and appearance of one’s parental home and what one might possess in adulthood.Â The type of building one spends most of their time in.Â What the land looks like in the area of one’s home.
- House of Food & Produce:Â Food secured.Â How one purchases their food and what one eats.Â Why the native eats emotionally. Â The types of foods we ate and will get to eat.
- House of Resources & Resourcefulness:Â How your family and how you cope when in crisis.Â The resources available to you to provide comfort and sustenance. How resources are used.
- House of Archetypes & the Universe: What we do not know but what is inherently known about all there is to know. The archetypes we are most exposed to when developing and during retirement.
- Elaboration of 4th house themes.
- Manifestation of 4th house themes within each sign, planet.
- Misunderstandings from self and other within the 4th house.
- How-to overcome 4th house challenges.
What others say about this house
What’s in your 4th and 10th house? If nothing is in it, what is in your 4th and 10th house cusp? What have you experienced as 4th house themes? Anything else you want to share about the 4th house?
|October 25, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Houses|
The second house makes 8th house themes tangible. It’s the house where spirit becomes or turns into matter. Where the 8th house contains the “Janitor of the Universe”, the 2nd house contains the “Janitor of the Earth“. It’s where you can take your 11th house Aquarius (another fixed sign) dreams, shine them up, and manifest them. The second house is in your face, life on earth stuff. Money and Power. All-consuming physical expressions of sensuality. Your material possessions. The values that have become tradition and a solid part of what makes YOU.
Stuff about the 2nd House.
- Ruled by Venus (Taurus, co-ruling Libra).
- House Axis: 8 /2
- Aspect / Planet – Sign: (Taurus) Venus Opposition Pluto (Scorpio) The JMAD Swap: Venus Scorpio / Pluto Taurus. Scorpio is also ruled by Mars. Scorpio is in Sextile with Virgo (the 6th house); therefore, these houses stimulate and piggy-back off of each other.
- Everyone has 2nd house themes. This is the house of Your Stuff for Self or when house ownership is taken, it can be viewed as Your Stuff for Others.
- Second House: From Me. 8th House: To Me from You.
- House Themes: Money & Resources, Talents, Value, Self-esteem, Sensuality, Art & Beauty, Gardens, Possessions
2nd House Themes
- House of Money & Resources: Money you make through your own efforts and ingenuity. Makes concrete whatever it touches. How your investments and stocks fair and the degree of stability. How you spend your money. The type of earning potential you have.
- House of Talents: Talents that you have that can earn you a living or give you immense pleasure and fulfillment. Where we not only inspire ourselves but inspire others through our own talents. Libra connects well with Taurus (both ruled by Venus, 2nd house) here in that there’s a partnership or bouncing off in this house and a mirror reflection with a twist. It’s where one can look at the other, see a similarity and then create or be inspired to make something else out of it. To use their own talents that progresses your talent offered but in their own way. So it’s likely you’d never do or wouldn’t have done whatever they get inspired to achieve. Venus enchants, incites, and attracts others to your talents so others may see your talents before you do.
- House of Value: What you value. What is worth it for you. The kind of value you place on things and people. What’s important to you. What are your values that you can turn into substance? As a Pisces NN in the 2nd, I have Virgo SN in the 8th. Some of my values are accuracy, knowledge, quality, communication (Virgo SN conjunct Mercury 8th) camaraderie, compassion, understanding, acceptance (2nd house Pisces NN) of self AND other. These values are spiritual at this point. Turning them into substance may look like this: I like to speak the truth or my truth as it were and I value others doing this too. I value speaking one’s truth. I like to hug people when they are in distress, if I think that’s appropriate. I value physical expression. I accept and understand different styles of dress. I value clothing and how it tells the story of our body, and physical presence. On the subject of food (4th house, Moon), the 2nd house is where you like to eat out — the type of restaurant that you enjoy. It also reflects the type of drink you enjoy and for what reason. It also relates to the culinary arts.
- House of Self-esteem: Self esteem is often wrapped up in what you do to earn a living and what you own. Because of that, we find self-esteem in the 2nd house (as well as the 8th house, on a deeper and less superficial level).
- House of Sensuality: This is the house where sex is a physical, and tangible experience. It’s where your sense of touch as well as sight, sound, smell, and taste come into the picture. How you want physical sex to play out. How you express your sensuality. Physical sexual experiences that are memorable. How you get in the mood for sex. The 8th house is related to spiritually and psychologically intense, higher mind, and intangible sex.
- House of Art & Beauty: What type of beauty, art, or things you enjoy. A love of physical art: Performance, pottery, canvas, etc.. How you view old art. How do you want to appear? Do you wear a lot of make-up or none at all? Are you have a classic or futuristic look? What type of clothing makes you look your best? The Culinary Arts… Arts of any sense pleasure…
- House of Gardens: Material growth. Your secret garden materialized. What you find beautiful and nurture or nourish. How your body, hair, face, etc ages. The outcome of cosmetic surgery.
- House of Possessions: What you own. What you are known for owning. The types of things you BUY for pleasure and to earn a living. Stuff bought here can be used for hobbies in the 5th house and with enough intensity and obsession (8th house) turn into a career (1oth house) or make you infamous / famous for it. How you treat and view old furniture, antiques, and stuff. Are you a packrat (hoarder) or do you collect and then disseminate? Do you lose your stuff or do you have it very organized?
Notable People with Second House energy
- * Jean Gabin
- Eva Peron
- Johannes Brahms
- * Alphonse Daudet
- Theo Van Gogh
- * William Lilly
- * Frank Capra
- GÃ©rard Majax
- Diane McBain
- * Fausto Rapisarda
- * Arno (chanteur)
- Captain Sensible
- David Cochrane
- Michael Scott Dill
- * Henri RenÃ© Lenormand
- * Jane Brody
- * Canute Edwards
- Barbara Lynne Devlin
- Edwin Duckworth
- Julian Goodman
- Eric Fenby
- * Dino Attanasio
- * Eric Snow
- Paul van Kempen
- *GeneviÃ¨ve Guitry
- Earl Anthony
- Isadora Duncan
- Diane McBain
- Keir Dullea
- Sam Snead
- Anne de Vries
- Genevieve Guitry
- Elvis Presley
Sun, Mercury, Venus, Mars Taurus in the 2nd house
A deep, sensual, husky, Venusian male voice
Sun, Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus Taurus, 2nd house
Jane really understands what life and death is all about from a 2nd house perspective. Her Sun is conjunct Jupiter with less than a 1Â° orb. She has no planets in Scorpio / 8th house.
Sun, Venus, Mercury Capricorn in 2nd house – North Node Aquarius, 2nd house
Blue Suede Shoes
Viva Elvis- Blue Suede Shoes
Well, it’s one for the money
Two for the show
Three to get ready
Now go, cat, go
But don’t you
Step on my blue suede shoes
Well, you can do anything
But lay off of my blue suede shoes
Well, you can knock me down
Step in my face
Slander my name
All over the place
Well, do anything that you want to do, but uh-uh
Honey, lay off of my shoes
And don’t you
Step on my blue suede shoes
Well, you can do anything
But lay off of my blue suede shoes
Well, you can burn my house
Steal my car
Drink my liquor
From an old fruit jar
Do anything that you want to do
But uh-uh, honey, lay off of my shoes
And don’t you
Step on my blue suede shoes
Well, you can do anything
But lay off of my blue suede shoes
Well, it’s one for the money
Two for the show
Three to get ready
Now go, go, go
But don’t you
Step on my blue suede shoes
Well, you can do anything
But lay off of my blue suede shoes
Well, it’s blue, blue blue, suede shoes
Blue, blue, blue suede shoes
Yeah, blue, blue, blue suede shoes
Baby, blue, blue, blue suede shoes
Well, you can do anything
But lay off of my blue suede shoes
Eric Snow on Lebron James / High Performers
Sun Conjunct Venus in the 2nd house
Sun Taurus, Gemini Venus, Mercury, Part of Fortune in the 2nd house
Sun, Venus, Black Moon Lilith Taurus in the 2nd house
Being Erica, Season 5 Sins of the Father
Besides Capricorn, Taurus often acts as the ‘other’ traditional Father Figure. The father that spends more time acquiring things, making money, and not spending as much time with family though when he’s successfully blended pleasure with making money, he can be quite the family man — loving his spouse and children. A father can be a he or a she. A Taurus can be a he or a she. Here, I speak of the ‘traditional’ male Taurus, the Bull (Wall Street), role.
Planned articles for the Second:
- Elaboration of 2nd house themes.
- Manifestation of 2nd house themes within each sign, planet.
- Misunderstandings from self and other within the 2nd house.
- How-to overcome 2nd house challenges.
What others say about this house
What’s in your 2nd house? If nothing is in it, what is in your 2nd house cusp? What have you experienced as 2nd house themes? Anything else you want to share about the 2nd house?
I have Pisces NN and depending upon house system used, POF Aquarius in the 2nd. I have a huge spiritual library and spiritual nick knacks (crystal balls, skrying mirors, tarot cards, etc.). I consider these re-salable assets as well as items that can help earn me a living. In fact, many of them do. I have had nightmares of ‘losing’ these things when I wasn’t feel secure in my life. At the time, I didn’t know enough about astrology to understand the connection — now I do.
|April 20, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Houses|
Inspired by Reader Sophia
What Do Empty Houses in a Horoscope Mean?
What is an empty house?Â An empty house generally means there are no planets or nodes in the house.Â For some astrologers, it means there are no planets, nodes, asteroids, points, or other celestial bodies in the house.
Having an empty house can indicate that the:
- house themes do not interest the native.
- the native might be directionless as it pertains to house activities.
- house themes are accepted by the native and they are happy with what is there.
- native feels they don’t need to do work on house themes.
- house themes, the native accepts, may not be accepted by those connected with the native in regards to how the native operates around them.
- native has nothing to prove in the areas within the house theme.
- native is satisfied and content and get their needs met through the sign on the cusp.
- native already embodies the fullness and richness of that house.Â They already *do* the house well.
Empty House Myths
Often there is astrological chat that if someone has an empty 5th house, they won’t or can’t have children or in the case of an empty 7th house — they won’t get married.
This is not necessarily true.
This is what an empty 5th house can mean:
- the native may not have a drive or overwhelming focus to have children.
- the native might be very much a child themselves so they subconsciously choose not to have children of their own
If the empty 5th house native “won’t” have children, it’s often due to choice.Â And if the native can’t have children, it’s often due to not feeling as if they can handle it.Â Keep in mind, as astrologers, most of us are not trained and certified medical experts and any advice given is always with a spiritual or mental slant.Â Natives ought to seek proper medical advice as required, desired.
This is what an empty 7th house can mean:
- the native is easy-going with any rules of relationship their partner may devise.Â In other words, they are flexible in serious relationships.
- they can get into or stay out of relationships.Â It’s a choice whether they commit or not.Â There’s no overwhelming desire to partner.
Many empty 7th house natives fall into a serious relationship, contract, or other house related themes.Â Even when they have interest in a relationship, they may not actively pursue progression of any potential partner.Â They most likely won’t make effort to take anything to a serious level because wherever they are, is where they are happy to be — at all times.Â Same goes for “divorce”.Â You will equally find an empty 7th house native not actively being interested in divorce, once married.
How is an Empty House Read?
1.Â We look at the sign on the cusp.
The cusp sign will tell us what the native needs, desires, and does to express house themes.Â It’s something they tend to be “natural” at and therefore do not pay much attention to it.Â This is often why the native of an empty 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th, or 12th house can really take advantage of a vocational astrology consultation to give life to their career and job options.
2.Â Which house is the natural sign ruler? What house contains that planet or luminary?
So if we have the 2nd house sign as Cancer and the Moon rules Cancer, the house theme is emotional and concerned about the past (for example).Â Then find the Moon.Â Which house does the Moon reside? Lets say it’s the 11th. That house is connected to the 2nd house.Â It would then read as ruler of the 2nd is in the 11th.
The 2nd house is about values and money (amongst other things) and the 11th is about friends at a distance and organizations (amongst other things).Â So having the ruler of the 2nd (House of Money) in the 11th (House of Friendships), we might say that our friends help us with money when we appeal to them in an emotional way.
3. What is aspecting the empty house?Â Check house positions — cusp degrees, especially on the angles (Asc. IC Dsc. MC)
Synastry between two people can activate an empty house of another.Â So if one native (Person A) has Venus Leo in the 3rd and the other native (Person B) has Leo on the cusp of the 7th, Person A is essentially dropping their Venus into the empty house of Person B.Â Â And what do you think this might cause?
One thing it might activate is a feeling of serious love for Person A when that person talks about everyday things or in an everyday manner, receives an email, phone call, or letter or during any short trips they might go on together.
Person B may become unusually interested in making more of a commitment to Person A than they normally would because of this “deposit” that has suddenly brought much wealth to Person B.
What Other People Say
An empty house is one that is not occupied by any planets at the time of birth. But this does not necessarily mean that, that particular area of life represented by the house is unimportant. Lack of planets indicates an area that does not require our attention until some point of life when some transiting planets visit it. Empty houses also relate to easy or latent karma, suggesting that the area of life represented is not a required subject in the present lifetime. Many empty houses in a birth chart indicates that the person needs to concentrate just on one or two specific areas in life. Find Your Fate
If you have or know of an article about “empty houses”, please comment below with it.
|October 3, 2011||Filled under Astrology, 5th, Capricorn, Houses, Leo, Sun|
Photograph Â© Andrew Dunn, 26 June 2005. Website: http://www.andrewdunnphoto.com
The fifth house is the House of fun.Â The Fun House. Its natural ruler is Leo and it’s in the chart section of “private, other”. Its opposite house is the eleventh, “public, me”. The fifth house is where we bring others into our private world.Â Where we connect with others for private pleasure.
Why is the Sun Under the Horizon?
A lot of people wonder why the Sun (the King or Queen of the zodiac) is at the bottom of the chart, under the horizon — under the radar. Well, it’s not really.Â The astrological natal chart works in an unusual way.Â The chart used by many astrologers, for natal interpretations, is called a geocentric chart.Â This places the Earth in the middle of the chart rather than the Sun and the Earth represents you.Â However, the way it really works is that the Sun is in the center and all planets revolve around it. This type of chart is called Heliocentric and why your Sun sign is the most important and talked about luminary (aka, a planet) in the public.Â Because… You, my friend, are a Star!Â And everything, every planet and house, is modified or gets touched and warmed up (or cooled down) by your Sun’s rays, power, and strength.
Further touching upon this subject… Because the Earth is in the center of most natal charts, the Sun casts its shadow differently and the top of the chart is the South and the bottom of the chart is the North.Â Therefore, the Sun or the 5th house is in the North — which would make it on top.Â And if we flipped the chart — the Sun would be near the 10th house,Â or rather straddling the MC, the highest point of the chart. That’s why I say that although Capricorn is inconjunct Leo, they can get along in many ways. While one wants fame, wealth, and prestige (Capricorn), the other wants the perks that go along with that — celebrity, jet setting life, and wealth to have fun (Leo).
Going back to the topic of why the Sun is under the horizon… well, the Sun — like all fire signs — are me, myself, and I oriented.Â They are about themselves and what they want to do. They have the confidence not to care much what others think of them (whereas Capricorn does, the natural sign ruler for the 10th house).Â The 10th house relates to your image, how the public views you, your honor, etc.Â Leo couldn’t care less.Â Leo is here to take it all in and be whatever they want to be. It’s plainly no fun doing what others want Leo to do, following rules others set out for them (Heck, no! They’ll be telling you what to do).Â Plus, Leo is a playful and self-directed sign. It doesn’t have the need to care about the public in that way.Â The public, after all, LOVES Leo so nothing needs to be worked at there. 😉 They have already arrived! They are already at the top!
Facts about the 5th House.
- Ruled by Sun (Leo).
- A Succedent house (second placement, second place).
- Motto: I create
- House Axis: 5 /11
- Aspect / Planet – Sign:Â Sun (Leo)Â OppositionÂ (Aquarius) Uranus
- The JMAD Swap: Sun Aquarius.Â Uranus Leo.Â LeoÂ is trine to Sagittarius — 9th house (the higher mind, philosophy, religion, education, law, culture, long-distance travel) and Aries — 1st house (self, physical expression and health, initiative, winning & attracting, and how we enter and exit).Â These houses are in harmony and connected to each other.Â The 3rd and 7th house stimulates and piggy-back off the 5th house.Â The 7th (Libra / Juno is about committed and legal partnerships, aesthetics, domination & submission, attraction and detraction, etc.), and the 3rd (Gemini — the lower mind, chit-chat, those that surround us, short trips such as marches).Â Â So the 5th house is where we meet dates through friends, neighbours, co-workers, social networks, etc. with the outcome of dating and sexual activity often leading to marriage, a long-term commitment, and children or projects the romancers give birth to.Â The types of activities the lovers and creators may enjoy include 9th and 1st house activities and the romancers or creators are driven by first impressions and the promise of creating new and exciting manifestations of delight.
- Everyone has 5th house themes. This is the The House ofÂ One for ManyÂ or when house ownership is taken, it can be viewed as House ofÂ Many for OneÂ .
- 5th House:Â Â Singular Creation & Procreation Eleventh House: Mass Creation & Procreation
- House Themes: Recreation, Creation & Procreation, Dating & Relationships, Arts & Hobbies
5th House Themes
Who, what, why, where, when, and how?
- House of Recreation: What pleasures us to do during our time off. Taking risks. Gambling. Arts & Crafts. What you like to do in your down-time.Â Entertainment and drama. Very personal friendships that are intimate but not necessarily consummated as opposed to impersonal friendships that occur in the 11th house. A connection with this type of friend may revolve around a beloved shared activity or interest; however, this kind of friendship may not be long lasting. Holidays and special events.
- House of Creation & Procreation: Children you may or may not have. Sex for fun. Projects you create out of a seed, egg, small amount of supplies and resources.Â Conditions surrounding getting pregnant and pregnancy. The type and condition of children you can have.Â How you’ll have your children.Â Think of children as anything you made and that requires a lot of nurturing and that you will probably need to take care of for many years.Â Creations such as a business or a long-term project.
- House of Dating & Romance: How you like to date.Â Who you like to date.Â How and who we flirt with. Where dating leads you.Â Who you date. What you consider romantic. Your ideal kind of date. What zodiac sign attracts you. What zodiac sign makes laugh, and brings you fun and play into your life.Â Lets say you are with someone you love and are attracted to and they are a Scorpio but you have Taurus on your 5th house cusp.Â They are may have another aspect that will emulate Taurus on the 5th such as Sun Conjunct Venus or heavy Venus contacts.
- House of Arts & Hobbies: The type of art or hobbies we enjoy, create, or do. What you are talented at. Childhood talents that may not have seen the light of day as an adult.
Eleanor Buckwalter says, A strong fifth house can produce statesmen and politicians as well as athletes, educational and spiritual leaders, and fine artists. The correlation of politics, art and theatre explains why actors can become successful politicians and why politicians possess the skills of actors, for they need dramatic art to hold the public’s interest through an ability to entertain, interest, or excite and incite.
This also makes sense to me because the 11th house (opposite to the 5th and therefore connected) is a political one and many politicians have planets in that house.
Notable People with 5th house energy
- Louis Armstrong
- Charlie Sheen
- Wilt Chamberlain
- Dorothy Hamill
- David Crosby
- Rose Kennedy
- Leo Guild
- Zipporah Dobyns
- Diamond Jim Brady
- The creation of Donald Duck
- John West
- Slobodan Milosevic
- Philippe Habert
- Percy Bysshe Shelley
- Joseph di Mambro
- Rodolphe d’Autriche
- Louise Brown
- Jim Reeves
- Arthur Janov
- Lina Accurso
- Don Murray
- Georges Carnus
- France Nuyen
- Benjamin Harrison
- Jean CarriÃ¨re
- Amy Shapiro
- Kenneth Waters
- Boyer Coe
- Marisabel Lomba
- MichÃ¨le Alfa
- Harry Heltzer
- RÃ©gis Bulot
- Miguel Esteves Cardoso
- Gary Beban
- Nicola Giuliani
- Giovanni Meneghini
- Evan Shelby Connell
- Philippe Mestre
- Matthijs Maris
- Marshall Field
- Jean Knight
- Roman Gabriel
- Alexei Panshin
- Zsa Zsa Gabor
- Thierry Sabine
- Edgar Rice Burroughs
- James Mitchum
- Pietro Mennea
- Mae Marsh
- Mae West
- Roger Walkowiak
- Don Paul
- Sidney Sonnino
- Marnix Gijsen
Mae West. I’m in the Mood for Love
You’ll notice something soon enough.Â I embedded a lot of Louis Armstrong‘s songs here.Â First, I found out what famous person had a strong 5th house and Louis came out on top and I recalled he sang.Â So I looked up his songs on Youtube and I couldn’t believe how much 5th house magic I was listening to.Â If you ever wonder what the 5th house sounds like, listen to Louis!
White Christmas, Louis Armstrong
Spooks (Halloween Song), Louis Armstrong
When You’re Smiling, Louis Armstrong
What a Wonderful World, Louis Armstrong
La Vie En Rose, Louis Armstrong
Planned articles for the Fifth:
- Elaboration of 5th house themes.
- Manifestation of 5th house themes within each sign, planet.
- Misunderstandings from self and other within the 5th house.
- How-to overcome 5th house challenges.
What others say about this house
AquaMoonlightÂ | Astrology Zine |Â *Daily Horoscope | * Astrology Club | My Astrology Charts | Astrology Works | Skyscript
What’s in your fifth house? If nothing is in it, what is inÂ your 5th house cusp? What have you experienced as 5th house themes? Anything else you want to share about the 5th house?Â What type of fun do you like? Where do you have fun? Who attracts you? Where can you let loose? It’s all in your 5th house, 5th house cusp!!
This house was actually enjoyable to do.Â Perhaps that’s because I have my Sun and Mars in Leo and Gemini on my 5th house cusp. 😀 It was easy-breezy.
|October 17, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Learning, Delineation, Natal, Type of Astrology|
A natal chart represents the all of you.Â And that all is complex and intricate, no matter how simple one may feel.Â A chart containsÂ your DNA. It’s a very private document.Â A word of warning: If you are content being naked amongstÂ strangers, then feel free to share your birth chart with anyone.Â However, if you have a big need for privacy, be discerning with who sees your chart because if the person seeing your chart has any expertise with chart delineation along with an unscrupulous nature, it can do more harm than good to share it. Again, be discerning.
Below, I have listed 19 ways to read a natal chart.Â These are things I look at when delineating a chart. I might look at other things but this is all I remember at this time.
A chart can be read for many hours, over many sessions, and years.Â You’ll find that astrologers, who have looked at their chart for decades, stillÂ learn something new about their own chart. So when getting or giving an astrology consultation, remember that it’s a huge endeavorÂ and one session is likely to just scrape the surface of your being. Therefore, starting a session off with some basic questions to beÂ asked of the chart, is helpful in deciding where to focus your attention. Oh, and the chart will ask you questions back so don’t be surprised if a question is metÂ with another question! We humans are riddles and puzzles, waiting to be solved and put back together.
Also note that, while useful, generated charts synthesize at the macro level but ultimately miss out on some important details and intuitive jumps that only a live astrologer (at this time) can delineate.
Here’s things to look at while delineating a chart:
- What’s the chart ruler?
- What’s the overall impact (Sun, Moon, Ascendant)?
- Ruler of the x house is in the x house.
- Natural house rulers and planets in the houe of its natural house ruler
- Signs representing people and the activity connected to the native.
- Check out empty houses
- Public or private person? Other or me person?
- What’s happening around the angles?
- What element emphasis does the chart have?Â Any missing or emphasized elements?
- How are the planets connecting?Â What signs are carrying out their plans? Aspect delineation.
- What patterns are made with the aspects?
- What’s the chart shape?
- Any special emphasis on the personality such as a stellium (honorary second Sun)?
- Any missing signs?
- What house gives a second, third, or amplified Sun?
- What conjunction is made between house ruler and planet (if any)?
- What conjunction is made between house cusp ruler, sign and natural house ruler, sign?
- What’s on the other side of the planet or house? Where’s the polar opposite? What’s it doing? Say Moon is in the 10th, then you have Moon Conjunct Saturn (very poweful) and Moon Opposite Moon (4th house, IC).Â Or lets say you have Venus and Pluto in the 8th, Venus is the natural house ruler of the opposite house so it’s very powerful. Or lets say you have Pluto in the 8th and Venus in the 2nd — this becomes Venus Opposite Pluto, which is also the natural house rulers,Â and is a very powerful placement.
- What is the native’s age?Â That’s a quick clue-in to major milestones or “life transits”.
Number 19 is not really a part of chart delineation as it’s connected to looking at the native’s transits; however, milestones are themes that affect the native greatly and can alter their personality and psychology in dramatic ways so it’s good to pay close attention to that while delineating a natal chart. Which reminds, looking at the progressed and natal chart (at the same time) is quite helpful too.Â And as can be known, reading a chart can take many sessions to unravel adequately.
Do you have another way to read a natal chart?
You may also be interested in: Part 2 â€“ How to Read a Birth Chart: The Twelve Houses of Our Lives (Astrology House Series)
What Others Say
|April 14, 2011||Filled under Tarot|
|April 22, 2011||Filled under Numerology|
|April 16, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Learning, Aspects, Delineation|
Part One | Part Two (you are here) | Part Three
Below is what I have come up with notes about what other astrologers have said (thanks to links supplied by readers in the original document, now called Part One and a Facebook group discussion). My theory is not exhaustive, perfect, or anything like that.Â These are ideas about the Sesquiquadrate’s meaning, wrong or right, as I contemplated on the symbols and pattern. Please test it out and let me know what you think.
135Âº Contains smaller versions of the Square & Semi-Square both of which fit inside a full-size square.Â Add 45Âº to the Sesquiquadrate and you arrive at the Opposition aspect (see Astrological Aspects article).
The Sesquiquadrate is not as offensive as the Opposition; however, it has a similar “disconnection” within the realm of Square types (see part 2).Â And there’s a subtle similarity to the 150Âº Quincunx as well.
Jan Bird says: 135 degrees is also, apparently, the best body/thigh angle for sitting, for your back (not 90 degrees) to reduce strain on your back. Itâ€™s also the total number of degrees an owl can turn its head in either direction. It can almost see behind itself. So in nature, the angle itself provides a solution.
A Sesquiquadrate acts like a “square against semi-square”, Might against mini-might, that dilutes both energies.Â A smaller semi-square is trying to obtain relief from the smaller square but wants to get there on its own too. There’s a feeling of some common ground but it’s uncertain, and unsure as if it’s infantile since the Square and Semi-square types are full sized (grown).
Kira Astrology says: It can represent either a physical challenge such as a genetic imbalance causing a birth defect, or a it may represent a poor or untenable choice of behaviors.
There seems to be three main themes that come out of the Sesquiquadrate: Adolescence & Maturity, Abnormal Different Ability, and Unaccepted & Unusual Awareness.
And the overall theme (for native and other), to put quite succinctly, for this aspect is:Â Unaccepted difference causes an unusual disconnect – basically, ignorance, a turning off –Â rebellious ignorance.
And this ignorance causes unpleasant disturbance in the native and others.
The native pushes away from assisted maturation and society’s demands for socially correct behaviour (even if that behaviour is considered unethical or limits self-expression to the native).Â The solution is to accept help from others and consider what society is telling you to do to cause success and find solutions that don’t go against personal beliefs, values, and desires.
1.Â Adolescence & Maturity
Problem: The Sesquisquare reminds me of Saturn (which I see represented by the square) and Uranus (which I see represented by the Quincunx or Inconjunct) squaring off.Â And oddly I have a Sesquisquare in my own natal chart connected to Saturn and Uranus. So what we have here is the young adult trying to make their own way and the old man saying:Â You need to respect tradition.
Solution: The semi-square wants inside or maybe it’s trying to escape but can’t quite make it.Â It needs some help to fully complete tests so it may mature but there’s something holding it back.Â Mature outside support is needed whether it’s accepted or not. Alternatively maturation is necessary.
The Sesquiquadrate works best with another to resolve / combat problems to make up for the difference in size (maturity) or it needs much time to pass so it evolves on its own.
Kathy Rose says quite powerfully, clearly, and succinctly that the Sesquisquare indicates or â€œtriggers developmental tensionâ€.Â So if the native has this aspect, it can indicate a need to develop, mature.
Another example: This aspect can be like Mom and Dad needing to maintain their COMPOSURE and wanting the native (their child) to do the same until enough time and space to “take in information”.Â Your parents have trouble being overwhelmed with radical new ideas.Â They need time to digest it.
Julie Demboski says: since the [Sesquisquare] is a component of the config Fist of God [Thorâ€™s Hammer], I see them as a little harsher, generating a lot more stress than a semi-square, and a different kind of stress to a square-more emotional or erratic, perhaps.
Saturn-Uranus in disharmony, is like Authority-Rebel or Parent-Teenager or Teacher-Student. They are hashing it out and don’t see eye-to-eye.
Lua Astrology says: I think of it as a build up to an argument, a disagreement is about to happen unless the path is averted. Tension is building and something needs to be done before someone gets upset.
Leah Whitehorse, also says: ‘incorporation’ is definitely the word I think of when I think of the sesquiquadrate – needling, annoying and pushy but unsure of itself. (To me, this is the teenANGER who is unsure and immature but still attempting to assert itself in uncharted waters — Uranus!)
2.Â Abnormal Different Ability
Problem: The Sesquiquadrate is like a disability (different ability) society doesn’t want to accept. It’s a special challenge.Â
Solution: Another aspect can be used as a crutch (resource) to solve the question (problem) or perhaps with the aid of a specialist or helper can be armed to handle the challenges that a Sesquiquadrate presents.
So we can get that feeling of wanting to break away and do our own thing but having to face the consequences of our parents thinking we are doing something that isn’t realistic, smart, or responsible.Â And that supports what Alice Portman says in her article about Thor’s Hammer “Sesiquadrates give [get?] criticism from others” .
Jan Bird and I talked about the Sesquisquare behaving in a self-destructive way.
I really think the native with a Sesquiquadrate can become self-destructive.Â Having said that, the word “self-destructive” can give the impression that the person is doing it on purpose. At least, it does to me but I may be sensitive about it since I have two aspects here in my own chart and I feel I don’t want to destroy myself but see that certain actions can be destructive to progressing in society and then yes, I’m being self-destructive.
Having said that, I have found the Sesquiquadrates, in my own chart, isn’t about being self-destructive, on purpose, unless we consider that wanting to express my individuality and share a different perspective from society (popular thought) makes it so.
That’s what I’m working out. I was born different and I go against the grain…. My aspects are: Saturn Sesquiquadrate Uranus & Neptune Sesquiquadrate Chiron — Oddly enough, I intuitied that Saturn Sesquiquadrate Uranus is like a Sesquiquadrate. A rebellion against established order…Â But if I keep doing that, I won’t get to where I want and am destined to go… 😀
Jan Bird says: I’m picking up that they can be about behaving in a way that doesn’t “fit” with what society seems to approve of. Perhaps they’re about learning to live with that and be comfortable in the skin.
My reply: Yup, “not fitting” in to accepted norms. *nod* *nod* *nod* — For myself, I don’t want to live with it or be comfortable… with it. Why? Because I already live with it and I’m comfortable with it. hehe… Who doesn’t want to live with it or is not comfortable with it? Society… 😛
I have to adjust to society while being myself. *This* is the biggest problem I find. I want to do things differently and society says: “Nope, that’s not how it goes around here, speak when spoken too, and mind your own business” and then gives me a swat.
But I’m a fighter so I come right back. But over time, that wears thin. So yes, I could just “give in, give up, blend” or I could find a creative solution to getting the needs of society met while I get my needs met too. I prefer the latter. It’s a real challenge!
What’s the solution for not “getting rid of self” to appease society (which, come to think, is self-destructive too — destroying self for authority) but also behaving in a way that is acceptable too?
Note: 3:00am April 17, 2011
Finally got around to reading a link that Jan Bird left in a comment.Â It’s from the forum of the School of Evolutionary Astrology.Â It’s got to be, hands-down, the best discussion on the Sesquare.Â I don’t know ANYTHING about the waxing and waning that they speak of and I’m pleasantly surprised they clicked into the “society” Saturn vs. Uranus thing but no one mentioned these planets at this forum.Â I STRONGLY suggest visiting this forum.
3. Unaccepted & Unusual Awareness
Problem: After a discussion, with Jan Bird as excerpted below, I found a new insight about how Sesquisquare functions alongside the idea of the aspect having Saturn-Uranus energies.Â Basically, someone with a Sesquisquare can see more than society can yet society is not ready to see it at that time. (Similar to Theme #2 – Abnormal Different Ability) So the Sesquisquare native is asked to wait or rebel and either scenario causes tension.
Solution: Learn how to get your message across that honours tradition (Saturn).Â Be sensitive about others not being able to see what you see.Â Present what you see, that is not easily seen, by illustrating what others can readily see.
Jan Bird says: Owl behaviour is fascinating. The ability to do this relates to having their eyes so far front, and needing to check wider perspectives for hunting/being hunted. So maybe having this aspect endows its owner with a wider perspective on the world … and makes them more able to spot danger. It’s someone who covers a much wider field of view, metaphorically speaking, than your average Joe/Joanna.
My reply:Â I feel I see more than what many others see (it’s plain as day to me) and it’s not until I point out all the little details that it can be seen as clearly as I do by others…
However, my impression is that what I see, is “unimportant” and “irrelevant” whereas I think it’s potentially dangerous to ignore. :/ — I do find I’m more observant than the average Joanna (though a J named person can’t really ever be *average*, says my numerology self!! :)… to the point it can make me look *paranoid*… so it’s “over noticing” perhaps…
I also find myself being “revolutionary” and wanting to break down “old worn out traditions and ways of doing and thinking about things” and well, we know that isn’t generally accepted. Having said that, I have seen others achieve *revolutionary change within a society or community* successfully and the changes are welcomed with “open arms”, so it can be done… 🙂
And that’s where I’m at… thinking of ways I can do this without upsetting anyone too greatly, compromising ethics, or myself… I think that’s key…
Lua Astrology says: Part of you sees what you are doing wrong but you can’t quite see how to put it right. Others may reflect back the things you know you need to change but it’s something you can’t quite take on board, something you don’t really want to see. Something needs to be adjusted, shifted, changed or incorporated. (More of Lua’s reply can be found here).
So true and this is a paradox, in my opinion.Â Both sides have a hard time seeing the other.Â Both sides say or rather DEMAND:Â Adjust or else!Â But we can only control ourselves, so we can focus on self-adjustment while not losing ourselves in the process.
To sum up the overall solution or the native’s mission / karma…
Read on: Part One & Part Three
What others say about the Sesquisquare
To gain more understanding about his aspect, please read the comments, in the series.
|April 16, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Learning, Aspects, Delineation|
Below is a comparison between the Sesquisquare (also known as the Sesquiquadrate) and the semi-square and square.Â This is followed by what others say about Saturn square Uranus as I believe this an aspect that most readily suggests some of the challenges and solutions in the Sesquiquadrate.Â I also say that this aspect has a Neptunian quality about it too.Â That’s probably why I choose to delineate Neptune and Mercury (a lower vibration of Uranus).
Mercury Sesquiquadrate Neptune
Unfounded thoughts are unacceptable to society. You come up with fancy ideas that cause others not to take youÂ seriously unless tweaked or endorsed by an accepted authority figure or expert.Â Having your ideas taken by someone else and made into something more acceptable to society.Â A man before his time.Â Inventions that are not ready for public consumption.Â Dreams that are blocked from realization from the establishment — Pipe dreams.
Mercury Semi-Square Neptune
Occasionally having ideas that don’t work because they haven’t been tested properly.Â Having a hard time figuring out a problem from time-to-time. Having flashes of insight then either forgetting about it or not being able to develop them into something concrete quickly enough.Â Not digging deeply enough into a problem for fear that one’s ideas are just an illusion.Â Giving up too quickly to find the truth.
Mercury Square Neptune
Spiritual thoughts are not in harmony.Â Not being able to think clearly.Â Thinking one’s thoughts are the truth without checking for facts.Â Feeling confused.Â Blurry concepts.Â Being drugged obscures communication ability. Avoid using drugs (chocolate, food, alcohol, sex, etc.) to escape from distressing thoughts.
90Âº Challenged, blocked, tension, discomfort, conflict, needed adjustments, stubborn, irregular, hang-up, restrain, restrict, shut-off, obstruct, thwart, pressure, stress, struggle.Â Like Saturn. WizardsNet adds crisis, difficult to integrate. Astrology3D says struggle of two forces at cross-purposes.Â Obstacles which can bring growth through concentrated effort. A Wikipedia article offers other keywords:Â inhibitions, disruption, limitations, and inner conflict.
45Âº Vacillates between square (see above) and inconjunct (see Astrological Aspects article).Â Between Saturn & Uranus).Â Digs. Can see both sides.Â Off & on.Â More off than on.Â Flashes. Separate yet related. Like Pluto.
Images taken from Wikipedia article.
What others say about Saturn square Uranus
Since I can’t find any aspect delineation on the Internet about Sesquisquares, at this time, I’m posting some square contacts to help others get a feel for how I think the Sesquiquadrate functions…
The square between Saturn and Uranus denotes some sense of conflict between the urge to be independent, and the conservative restaints that appear to prevent self-expression. Maintaining a consistent sense of purpose is often difficult to achieve, and thus problems arise through alternating periods of seeking to preserve the status quo, and willingness to risk everything by radical and disruptive actions. Those born subject to this aspect are often very sensitive to perceived limitations and can react violently against them. Great personal control is needed to bring the best that this aspect offers – when usefully employed it can provide the means to stabalise explosive environments as well as conquer and destroy destructive and inhibitive situations.
Saturn in a 90 degree square aspect to Uranusreflects a strong independent streak with a biting, systematic and critical overlook. Frustrations become more assertive, ready to bring about actual change. As of the square aspect this happens in a rather controversial, harsh way.
In the personality
When this aspect involves personal planets or points there will be an inner struggle between embracing structure and wanting to rebel against it and shatter it. There will be a willingness to break conventions in a blunt fashion so as to cause people to think. This is a frustrating aspect that reflects stupefaction between tradition and the new, a need to build new value systems and new outlines for behavior. There is a search after a point of balance between the old beliefs and new ones. Usually there is difficulty working with the system because of a rebellious streak that tends to create problems. The individual will be very opinionated and there may be a know-it-all attitude, a belief in the individual that he knows best how things should be done, however the cold nature of this aspect, together with the inherent frustrations can have the person exhibit some kinds of brutal behaviors.
This square can feel like a constant struggle between stability and change, peace keeping and conflict. Depending on the areas of the chart it influences, Uranus will constantly try to break through Saturnian established traditionalism, and bring out the new. Supressing either planet is dangerous, for if given free reign, Uranus will want an instant transformation, without any planned deliberation or protocol, whereas if Saturn is stronger, it will block the flow of change, prevent free expression, and suffocate the Uranian need for freedom, independence or individuality, causing him to ‘BREAK’ free, in unexpected and dangerous ways. To work creatively with this square, one might need to change it from a sword to a ballancing rod on the tight wire, where constant and due attention is given to both ends: Uranus is given the possibility to constantly drip in its visionary energy, sincerity and electrical magnificance through the careful, compasionate and attentive Saturnian channel.
What others say about the Sesquisquare
|August 22, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Houses|
The native upon hearing they have 12 houses…
You mean I have 12, TWELVE houses?Â And here I thought I was poor.Â Wow, what real estate! What can I do with all my houses?Â How are these assets best used? Can I sell one of my houses? What are these houses worth? Do people live in my houses?Â Am I a landlord or do I spend time moving around my houses — living, doing, and experiencing different things?
…Lets take a look at what it means to have 12 houses, in astrological terms.
In astrology, everyone has 12 houses.Â How is that for equality?Â Oh that would be too easy.Â Not all things are equal, are they?Â Some of us live in the same area but our neighbor can have a bigger house than we do.Â And they may do more things in their house or be rarely home. Or maybe we need to do a lot of repairs on our house but a friend of ours seems to never have anything wrong going on in their home.
The figure below is a physical representation of our inner and outer world.Â This is your zodiac wheel and it’s part of your natal chart.Â This wheel can be used for many purposes; however, in this article I discuss its use for reading a birth chart.
Things to consider about the houses of a zodiac wheel:
- Each house helps answer basic questions about your life:Â Why? How? When? Who? What? Where?
- Each house of the zodiac represents a part of our human lives that we play out.
- These parts are things we all experience in one way or another.
- Each house has a natural planetary ruler.
- I see the planets as having plans for us and the signs carry out those plans.
- You can have an empty house or you might have a full house (called a house or sign stellium).Â And no, there’s nothing wrong with that.
- A pattern (connecting key houses) is revealed based on where the planets lay in your particular natal chart.
- A sign cusp and/or a sign (connected to a celestial body or point) within a house can represent an actual person.Â That’s a spooky thing to discover.
- A house is contained within two straight lines and forms a wedge.Â To determine the sign on the cusp ( house cusp) look at the sign that starts the line going from left to right (counter clockwise) from the inner circle.
- Depending on house system used, a house can spread over more than one sign
- Some common house systems to use are:Â Placidus, Koch, Whole, Equal, and Porphyry
- I read geocentric charts.Â This is where the native (The Sun) is placed in the center.
- As the Sun casts its shadow, East becomes West and West becomes East.Â North becomes South and South becomes North.
- The upper half of the wheel (above the horizon) is where the native will feel comfortable sharing themselves with others.
- The bottom half of the wheel (below the horizon) is where the native is protective, insular, and often uncertain.
- The upper half is where we strive to go outside of ourselves and where we learn about ourselves.
- The bottom half is where we go within ourselves and what we or our family and heritage teaches us about ourselves.
- The east side is about us and the west side is about others.Â Are you more of a ‘me’ person or an ‘other’ person.Â Do you feel more responsible to yourself or others?
- We can read the chart as Public Other, Public Self, Private Other, and Private Self.
- Any celestial bodies or points near the angles (ASC, IC, DSC, and MC) intensifies the house objectives.
- Law of Proximity: The 1, 12, 6, and 7th houses will contain a mix of public and private approaches.Â Vacillating back and forth with what we share publicly or privately. The 3, 4, 9 and 10 will contain a mix of self and others. Vacillating back and forth with what we share with self and other.
What’s in or on (cusp) our house, holds the key to knowing: How, why, where, when, what and with whom?
Since everyone has a 3rd house and *third house themes, that means everyone communicates.
So lets say you have Pisces on the 3rd house cusp.Â Pisces is ruled by Neptune and Neptune handles the affairs or office of illusions, magic, mystery, the intangible, the soul and spirit force, etc.Â Neptune is the higher vibration of Venus (Taurus, Libra — the arts, music, etc.).
What plans does Neptune have for you?Â How does Neptune want you to conduct yourself ? How will you carry out Neptune’s plans in how you think?Â How would you communicate with Pisces on your cusp?Â Well, you probably wouldn’t be exceptionally clear but that wouldn’t be on purpose.Â And you would probably be quite poetic and magical in your expression.Â Maybe you could be a poet or a singer? Or perhaps you communicate through vibrations, telepathy, or feeling.Â Maybe you enjoy playing and sharing music. Possibilities are endless.
What about if you have Mars in your 3rd house and its sign is Pisces?Â How would that color what was just talked about? For starters, Mars rules Aries (and Scorpio).Â It’s a strong and forceful planet.Â It knows what it wants and it doesn’t stop until it gets it. It’s very ‘me’ oriented and not always fair, though it does try (at face value, anyway).Â Mars naturally rules the first house and by sign rules aggressiveness, assertiveness, doing, sexuality, masculinity, extroversion, etc..Â But when Pisces is in the 3d house (unless an interception is occurring), Mars is probably ruling the 4th house.Â So we would say Ruler of the 4th is in the 3rd.
With the 4th house connected to family and home we can gain some more information…
Given Pisces tends to be a soft, watery, feminine, and introverted sign — it doesn’t match up so well with fiery Aries.Â In this case, perhaps this native is most comfortable communicating and verbalizing quite strongly, in the home environment or with their parents (especially the Mother).Â Perhaps the native comes off as ‘dramatic’ and whiny or strongly artistic in their expression.Â Or maybe they get into fights with siblings but don’t know how to get their feelings across in the best way to resolve conflicts.
To add another piece to the puzzle, the opposite ‘thinking’ house to the 3rd, is the 9th and Jupiter (Sagittarius) naturally rules it.Â In this case, the native has Pisces on the 3rd (naturally squaring, by sign, Sagittarius but co-ruled by Jupiter), so Virgo is on the 9th.Â Virgo’s natural rulers are Mercury (3rd house) and Vesta (6th house) so that will color how, what, where, why, and with whom Mars Pisces in the 3rd house operates.
Astrology can get very complex and difficult.Â And this is why getting a professional consultation, connecting you to your unique life drama, will help you access the deep mysteries of astrology. For example, a report is unlikely to make all these cross-connections and then integrate the pieces of a puzzle into a whole picture.
Looking at the whole chart will reveal the whole picture.
* Even if everyone doesn’t have siblings (for example) they do have neighbors, co-workers, people or plants that are related to them in some way and whom they communicate at least a little bit of chit-chat here and there.
What Others Say
|June 4, 2011||Filled under Tarot, Life Skills, Learning|
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|June 8, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Aspects, Yahoo Answers|
I responded to this question on Yahoo Answers:
How Do You Figure Out if Two Placements are “sextile” Or ” Conjunct” etc..?
If someone has their Moon in 29 degree aquariusÂ and I have my moon in 16 degrees Taurus, does that mean those two are sextiles?? Or do they square cuz its taurus and aquarius?? What about when the degree is ALMOST to the next sign??
Conjunction is 0 Â°
Sextile is 60 Â°
Square is 90Â°
Between these signs, there are 77Â° . There would be a 17Â° orb sextile, if that’s what it was, and most astrologers consider this too wide of an orb. I go as wide as 10Â° and that’s quite wide for many astrologers.
How do you know how wide to go? Trial, error, experience, or a professional consultation with an open-minded astrologer… ;-P
To get an aspect going here, lets look at harmonic aspects. The closest matches for your Moons are TresemiseptileÂ (77.142858Â°), SquileÂ (75Â°), Quintile (72Â°), or a Binovile (80Â°).
Most astrologers don’t accept more than a 1-3Â° orb for the harmonic aspects and you are quite possibly ‘exact’ or close enough to having a TresemiseptileÂ between your Moons. I wouldn’t know that 100% unless I saw your charts and had the time to look at it more closely (pro bono).
I would say the energy you feel is like a square AND a sextile given the harmonic aspects above so it’s kind of cool that you added that into your question.
0Â° and 29Â° are considered special.
To me, the 29Â° Moon can behave like Aqua or Pisces. Aqua is cool, detached, and aloof and Pisces is emotional, sensitive, and attached. It’s quite the see-saw effect that Pisces already experiences in their moods as it is…
And what I will ‘also’ say is that the two of you probably have quite the spiritual and soulful, out-of-ordinary emotional and possibly ‘unexplainable’ connection… 🙂 Will it be / is it easy? No. But will it / is it meaningful? Yes!
Hope that helps…
My question is: Why are Harmonic Aspects Ignored by Many Astrologers?
|August 17, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Libra, Yahoo Answers, Zodiac Star signs|
Can someone explain this to me? Libra Astrology.?
For some reason, i can’t warp my head around the meaning of this. Your thoughts on it are welcome, too. 🙂 Please and thank you!
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“As Libras get to know someone”
Libras may show an instantaneous “liking” to you and that they trust you and all that but they will pay close attention to you for a long time before they give themselves over. They pay close attention in how you handle conflict and how happy a person you are. It is not easy to snag a Libra who will be faithful to you because most people have a lot of ugly days and nights to deal with and Libra is not interested in that if it can avoid it…
“, nasty little traits like jealousy can rear their ugly heads”
Libras can elicit jealousy because they are so likeable, sweet, and charming and many people want to connect with them because they can brighten days. Remember? Libra likes it sweet so it’s going to do its best to make your days happy and you better get with the program or else. So inevitably most people who connect with a Libra will get jealous about their connections with other people…
“and make them duck for cover.”
They will hide and hope you can’t find them if you start acting jealous because they are not generally “direct” about what they do and do not like. They don’t like rocking the boat. And unless Libra is contractually obligated to you, it’s not going to stand for “unreasonable” jealousy.
“They can’t bear the dark side of human nature”
Libras like sweet things. Candy, beautiful faces, clothing, lovely art, thoughts…
“so they run whenever a Medusa or Cyclops shows up”
They run away from anything that is dark, scary, and monstrous. If it’s found in kindergarten, it will make them happy!
“, and don’t they always?”
Yup, they usually do. In the end, always.
Libras are most compatible with their own element of Air because another Air sign is going to “get them and give mental space” and they will get along with the fire signs (also masculine) Sagittarius ruled by Jupiter because they are optimistic, fair, freedom-oriented, and expansive (amongst other reasons) and Leo ruled by Sun because they are warm, friendly, artistic, joyful, and child-like (amongst other reasons).
I didn’t mention Aries because Aries is the opposite sign of Libra. They have the same goals but go at things differently. Some Aries and Libras can get along if they like it “hot” and “clever”.
Keep in mind, this is Sun Sign astrology and the whole chart especially the Moon and Ascendant will greatly affect how a Libra reacts to things… So avoid generalizing and believing ALL Libras are like this… however, many are…
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Without this information, lets break this down and put it back together for *some” possibilities anyway. 😀
Venus: Feminine, love, the arts, money, what you value, sensitivity, softness, fine things
Aries: Masculine, sports, assertive, innovator, self-expression, boldness, hardness, ruled by Mars
10th house: Public image, how people perceive you, career options, your highest aspirations
What can it mean? Exciting yet soothing career. Executive art director or gallery owner. Successful stock broker, banker, or financier. Fearless and loved by one’s fans. Dominatrix. Known for one’s masculine and feminine nature. Lawyer. Legal situations are eased. Public relationship with a wealthy, admired, or influential contact. Celebrity — Fear factor starlet. Fashion model. Dancing with the stars… Oh, the list is endless. 😛
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Lessons learned from Pluto Water. Pluto “America’s Physic” or is that “Psychic”? “When Nature Won’t, Pluto Will.”
|September 20, 2011||Filled under Current News, Planets, Pluto, Scorpio, Transits|
Facts about Pluto Water
- Was available for purchase from 1919 and possibly earlier…
- Made in French Lick, IndianaÂ (sounds sexy!), water source was Pluto Springs
- Slogans: “Not Really Sick ~ and still not really well”, “When Nature Won’t, Pluto Will.”, “Pluto never fails!”, “Keep fit”, “Pluto water is different.”, “Pluto Made a Lamb Out of a Lion…”,
- Ad copy: “Will help make a new man of you”, “Faulty elimination is the cause of so much misery.”, “…[flushes] all the the poisonous waste matter before it”, “Pluto water acts quickly and easily”, “Use Pluto Mineral Water in two ways — either as a immediate relief measure, or as a preventive…”, “…prevents dangerous accumulation of waste poisons”, “…health and vitality restored by the magic of Nature’s own medicine”, “non-habit forming”, “fortified and sterilized”., “…with all it’s evils effects, constipation yields so well to proper treatment!”, “Even in the most stubborn cases of constipation, Pluto acts promptly and thoroughly.”, “…run-down condition do to self-poisoning.”, “Constipation — man’s… and woman’s… oldest, most insidious foe.Â Gnawing away at our tempers, fraying our nerves to ragged edges.Â And yet constipation is so easily conquered.”, “Constipation — oldest human affliction — is the commonest ailment today, the root of nearly all human ills. And its prolonged effect is so needless.”, “If we only knew that the biggest fault lies with ourselves.Â It’s an outward sign of an inward condition that needs correcting.”, “The sensible way is the simple way.”, “[Constipation] destroys.”, “Take Pluto… Feel worlds better…”, “With Pluto there are no hours of overnight waiting, which allow poisons to be absorbed and spread through the system…”, “…get sure but gentle relief…”, “Asthenia [constipation]… it drags you down, slows your mind, robs you of your joys, and pleasures, yet you hardly realize your slipping.”, “Cleanse your system of health-destroying impurities”,
- “Drink a little Pluto water and you’ll always be regular”, It promises to “give you a renewed health and vim”, “give you a “thorough internal wash”, “Pluto, a never failing friend”,
What we can learn from Pluto Water about Pluto
- That Pluto can eliminate toxic things, things that don’t work for us, and possibly with or by force.
- Pluto will counter attack.Â “How can you hope to be at your best when your health is being attacked by an insidious, unseen enemy?”
- Pluto can transform us from unhappy people into happy people
- We can heal from sickness and become healthy and strong
- That coming from a natural and unfettered place brings sexiness to us
- Pluto gets us over our humps and slumps
- If Pluto doesn’t get its way, doesn’t get inside you, doing what it wants, it may destroy you.
- Pluto won’t give up on you even if you do.
- If you allow Pluto to do it’s magic for the good or bad, results will be found quickly.
- It’s a physic — a medicine that purges.
- Constipation in a symbolic sense means “A high level of constraint or restriction; a pronounced lack of ease” or a “clog”. If we gain and use tools to help us eliminate what clogs us, we can heal.
**Dear Reader, What did you learn about Pluto from Pluto Water?
Transformer, destroyer, eliminator, refresher, metamorphosis, cleanser, depth, psychology, psychiatry, cataclysms, evil, power, control, complete, bottom, bottom feeder, bottom dweller, sewers, cesspool, mystical, investigative, sexual, sex, death, ends, beginnings, magic, reproduction, boils, eruptions, waste, internal, magnetic, penetrating, paranoia, obsession, compulsion, survival, strategic, hidden, poisonous, icy, cold, aggressive, impurity, willful, undefeated, healing, initiation, darkness, toilet, constipation, getting unstuck, catharsis, therapy, protective, shiny, intensity, taboos, the occult, large intestines, rectum, genitals, territorial, subversive, crisis, oil, the underworld, wealth, purging, criticism, secretive, water, cruelty, threats, bullying, volcanoes, obsidian, regeneration, fixity, concentrated, abuse, terror, pain, discomfort, penetrating, dark red and black, birth, gangsters, researcher, undertaker, mortuary, funerals, black market crime, revelations, dark justice, manipulation, negative, ruthless, and violent.
Facts about Pluto
- Percival Lowell, a Pisces with stellium, searched from 1906 until his end of life, for Planet X (Pluto)
- The original symbol for Pluto a “P” with an “L” is in honor of Percival Lowell
- Discovered in 1930 by Clyde Tombaug, an Aquarius with stellium at Lowell Observatory
- Pluto was named by Venetia Burney, a Cancer. She named it after the mythic God of the underworld, Pluto
- Other name suggestions, from the Lowell Observatory, were Minerva and Cronus. And there were other name suggestions from the general public as well such as Eureka and Twelow.
- In 1977 Astrologer, Isabel Hickey suggested in Pluto or Minerva, the Choice is Yours that Minerva (Goddess of Wisdom) was a higher vibration of Pluto.
- It’s a trans-personal, trans-Neptunian planet
- Diameter is under 1500 miles
- Orbit is tipped, highly elliptical and crosses Neptune’s orbit (territorial?)
- Pluto has three Moons — Charon, Nix, and Hydra
- It’s one of the icy planets
- Was officially demoted from a planet to a dwarf planet on August 26, 2006 due mostly to its size.
- Interesting to note, the numbers from the date (numerology)Â 8 8 8 and Pluto rules the 8th house.
- Pluto rules a fixed water sign, Scorpio.Â Fixed signs are known to be: determined, stubborn, and tireless.
Experiences with Pluto Water
“My father said that he remembers it as a rather violent experience all around…”
My father pledged a fraternity his freshman year, and it was during his initiation when he had his first encounter with Pluto Water. His run-in with Pluto Water was one of many tales he told me a couple of weeks before I matriculated; and because of what my father endured in the spirit of “brotherhood”, I was turned off of the entire Greek universe of manic mayhem — I did not follow in his footsteps and refused to join a fraternity.
My father and his fellow pledges were blindfolded and driven to a remote area far away from campus. Still blindfolded, they were each forced to guzzle a bottle of Pluto Water. Then their blindfolds were finally removed, at which point they were told to find their way on foot back to campus. The active brothers drove away, leaving the pledges to fend for themselves with their systems ticking away like turd time bombs.Â Read More…
It looks like this fraternity connected to Pluto Water /Â Pluto and initiation subconsciously as Astrologer Hiroki Nizato writes in his blog,
So some pain can serve as initiation â€“ the kind that will let you experience the depth of your soul through sheer terror, grief, or rage: in short, extreme, Plutonian pain. But pain without purpose becomes mere cruelty and abuse. To serve as an experience of initiation, there needs to be a sense of meaning and higher purpose to the pain. Read More…
I find that Pluto is my “re-maker”.Â It gets rid of what doesn’t work, what hurts, and what hinders and makes way for a new solution.Â I am able to shed my skin, so-to-speak even if it takes some time because of strong Saturn influences.Â Pluto, for me, is refreshing and brings life: depth, meaning, and sparkle. Pluto doesn’t destroy what should survive.Â Pluto gives me life and helps me rise out of rubble…Â Pluto will protect you if you let him/her!
Current Pluto World Transits
- Moon Cancer Opposition Pluto Capricorn
- Venus Libra Square Pluto Capricorn
- Mars Leo Inconjunct / Quincunx Pluto Capricorn
- Jupiter Taurus Trine Pluto Capricorn
- Uranus Aries Square Pluto Capricorn
- Chiron Pisces Trine Pluto Capricorn
How does Pluto Affect you?
How are you transformed, for good or bad by Pluto? What Pluto transits are you going through right now and how can you make Pluto eliminate what doesn’t work so you can have the success you deserve? Does Pluto contact any of your planets, luminaries, angles, points, or asteroids? What house does it reside and where is it transiting right now? What does Pluto want you to eliminate or transform? How can you let Pluto do its good work? Is Pluto affecting you badly?
Luminaries and Planets
* Sun â€“ Self â€“ Masculine, Personality, Interests, Future
* Moon â€“ Heart â€“ Feminine, Emotions, Needs, Instincts, Mother, Past
* Mercury â€“ Mind â€“ Masculine, Thoughts, Present
* Venus â€“ Relaxation â€“ Love â€“ Feminine, Receptive, Artistry, Sensuality, Luxury
* Mars â€“ Activity â€“ Passion (hate, aggression included), Masculine, Assertive, Sexuality
* Saturn â€“ Tests â€“ Discipline,Feminine, Responsibility, Delays, Fears
* Jupiter â€“ Expansion â€“ Masculine, Luck, Excessive, Optimism
* Uranus â€“ Excitement â€“ Masculine, Shocks, Surprises, Suddenness, Alternative, Wild
* Neptune â€“ Soul â€“ Feminine, Illusions, Magic, Spirituality, Dreams
* Pluto â€“ Depth â€“ Feminine, Power, Destruction, Rebirth, Clearing, Cleaning, Throwing Out
* Chiron — the wounded healer. Our wounds and where we can heal others.
* Ascendant (ASC) â€“ Rising â€“ Entrance â€“ Waking â€“ Influential care-giver â€“ Physical appearance â€“ Overall health â€“ Conditioning â€“ Upbringing â€“ Mask â€“ Shield or Guard â€“ Defense mechanism â€“ Your own life is most important
* Descendant (DSC)Â – Falling â€“ Departure â€“ Sleeping â€“ Where we let our guard down â€“ Our most intimate self â€“ The lives of others are most important-
* ImumÂ Coelii (IC)Â – Nadir â€“ Bottom of the Sky â€“ Beneath the Earth â€“ Your lowest self â€“ Past â€“ What you inherited from your Father â€“ Youth â€“ Internal â€“ Weaknesses â€“ Roots (family, ancestory, etc)
* Medium Coeli (MC)– Midheaven â€“ Top of the Sky â€“ The Heavens â€“ Above the Earth â€“ Your highest self â€“ Future â€“ Maturity â€“ External â€“ Strengths â€“ Soul (your star, other stars) â€“ What you inherited from your Mother
What Others Say, Sources, Images:
Pluto Water Bottles | The Museum of Beverage Containers and Advertising | The Destructive Nature of Pluto | Large bottle image of Pluto Water | French Lick Springs Hotel | Pluto Water Wiki | Astrofix.net Neptune-Pluto (Pluto Water!!) | Pluto, Pain, & Initation | Plutovian | Dwarf Planet |Rex Bills Rulership Book | Caduceus Astrology | More about Pluto | Pluto the Singleton
Documentary: NOVA | The Pluto Files with Neil deGrasse Tyson: Who Does Neil Think He Is? | PBS
Watch the full episode. See more NOVA.
|September 6, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Learning, Readings & Analysis, Services, Visitor|
If you want to use this for your clients (or students), especially if you are just starting out, you’ll probably want to modify the About You, About Me, About Different Astrological Practices, and About Chart Consultations I Do. Because of that, for this article alone I’m offering the following license below. If you want to alter it further, please contact me with the changes.Â Thank you.
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Basic Introduction to Astrology For Clients
by Â© Abella Jucy Arthur
Astrology (star study) looks at what celestial objects and points (Sun, Moon, Planets, Asteroids, Constellations, Zodiac Signs, etc) are doing and where they are positionedÂ based on the the time of your birth or a specific time of an event (such as a marriage date, question about something, a move, weather conditions), etc.) and how that affects and influences Earth and its inhabitants.
Your complete horoscope / various charts (i.e birth/natal and progressed) contain your personal fingerprints, DNA, blueprint. It is a private and unique documentation of your whole life from beginning to end, before (reincarnation) & beyond!
Often, clients want to know about what’s happening now or in the recent past or future. I do not currentlyÂ predict death, illnesses, or accidents (I may beÂ able to provide a referral on who can) and do not work with matters of the body such as health. My focus is on psychological / personality understanding about yourself and those you care about, your daily activities that better or worsen your emotional-mental life, and opportunities and challenges you have, are, or might face.
You may find a more knowledgeable astrologer; however, I feel my strengths are in delivering accurate, helpful interpretations and solutions that are uplifting, meaningful, accessible, and quick. I love what I do. I LOVE helping you.
About Different Astrological Practices
There are many regional kinds of astrology such as Western, Eastern, Chinese, Mayan, Native-American, Arabic, Celtic, etc.. as well as methods such as Traditional, Modern, Hellenistic, Uranian, and areas of practice such as psychological, locational, geological, and types of charts or rather analytical focus to draw up such as Natal, Synastry, Composite, Solar return (what I currently practice), Horary, Health, and Forensic.
I practice western modern astrology focused on your personality, psychology, transits and how that hinders or helps your life with yourself and those around you. To assist with this focus, I draw up natal (birth AND progressed), synastry, composite, and solar return charts.
Types of Chart Consultations I Currently do
- Natal & Progressed Chart Analysis (Based on your birth & growth): Personality & Psychology
- Personal Transits: Predictions and insight about what was, is, or will be.
- Compatibility (Synastry): What attracts and repels you to a person of interest and vice versa.
- Composite: What is or will be the purpose of your relationship or connection.
- Solar Return (Birthday Reading): What can you expect to happen this year in your life?
The bulk of an astrological session is interpreting your aspects (how celestial objects and points interact with each other) that provide solutions or answer your questions.
As you receive your consultation I may be heard saying any number of these terms.
Basic Astrology Terms
* Transits: How the luminaries and planets are reacting to your natal or progressed luminaries, planets, and points. There are personal and world transits.
* Planet: A celestial object that orbits around the Sun, is of a large enough size, doesn’t have other objects (other than a Moon/Moons) nearby, and is mostly (if not) round. Though this can beÂ debated since Pluto and other ‘planets’ would no longer be classfied as a planet!Â And for simplicity, many astrologers and everyday people will refer to the lights (Sun and Moon) as planets.Â But they are not planets.
* Dwarf Planet:Â A celestial object that orbits around the Sun, a smaller size, has other objects (other than a Moon/Moons) nearby, and is mostly (if not) round. Though this can be debated.
* Asteroid:Â A celestial object that orbits around the Sun, is a smaller size, has other objects (other than a Moon/Moons) nearby, and is often not round.Â Though this can be debated.
* Star: It’s a ball of hydrogen and helium that emanates light and burns energy.
* Zodiac Sign: Any one of the 12 signs of the zodiac (part of the animal belt). See below.
* Sun Sign:Â This is what many people think is theirÂ zodiac sign.Â And it is one of the zodiac signs but to beÂ accurate, your Sun sign is the sign that that was in at the time of your birth.
* Cusp: Is the point between two signs or houses.Â A sign or house cusp is generally 5Â°.Â So if you were born at 25Â° Leo, you would be on the cusp of Virgo as well.
* Degrees:Â There are 30Â° in each sign.Â The zodiac wheel containsÂ 360Â°, a complete circle and almost the same as the number of days in a year. Every Â° means something and it could be viewed as similar to the weather, in that each degree gives us something different — a different feel, vibe, and information on how to ‘dress’.
* Aspects:Â I also like to call these ‘contacts’.Â It’s when one planet contacts the other within a certain number of degrees or ‘orb’. See below what orb means.
* Chart: Your chart includes the zodiac wheel which is a visual representation of your planets, points, etc.Â A symbolic chart of your aspects. Includes degrees and other interesting bits.
* Mercury Rx:Â When communication, thinking, electronics get muddled, confused, in need of repair. Also relates to the past and going over things.Â Any word that starts with ‘re’ will get you in touch with this transit.Â Repair, renew, reduce, recycle, etc..
In astrology, planets, luminaries, and asteroids have metaphysical and psychological properties.
Brief Overview of Signs
* Aries: Fire, Masculine, Cardinal, Leader, Courageous, Bold, On-the-move
* Taurus: Earth, Feminine, Fixed, Determined, Stability, Security
* Gemini: Air, Masculine, Mutable, Follows & Leads, Mental, Chatty
* Cancer: Water, Feminine, Cardinal, Leader, Tribal, Family, Domestic
* Leo: Fire, Masculine, Fixed, Determined, Creative, Protective, Showy
* Virgo: Earth, Feminine, Service Oriented, Analytical, Methodical, Perfecting
* Libra: Air, Masculine, Other Oriented, Just, Fair, Composed, Sweet, Art, High-life
* Scorpio: Water, Feminine, Determined, Intense, Investigative, Private
* Sagittarius: Fire, Masculine, Follows, Expansive, Knowledgeable, Hedonistic
* Capricorn: Earth, Feminine, Leader,Executive, Solid, Material Manifestation
* Aquarius: Air, Masculine, Determined, Quirky,Humanitarian, Open-minded
* Pisces: Water, Feminine, Psychic, compassionate, sensitive, impressionable, accepting
Brief Overview of Luminaries & Planets
* Sun – Self – Masculine, Personality, Interests, Future
* Moon – Heart – Feminine, Emotions, Needs, Mother, Past
* Mercury – Mind – Masculine, Thoughts, Present
* Venus – Relaxation – Love – Feminine, Receptive, Artistry, Sensuality, Luxury
* Mars – Activity – Passion (hate, aggression included), Masculine, Assertive, Sexuality
* Saturn – Tests – Discipline,Feminine, Responsibility, Delays, Fears
* Jupiter – Expansion – Masculine, Luck, Excessive, Optimism
* Uranus – Excitement – Masculine, Shocks, Surprises, Suddenness, Alternative, Wild
* Neptune – Soul – Feminine, Illusions, Magic, Spirituality, Dreams
* Pluto – Depth – Feminine, Power, Destruction, Rebirth, Clearing, Cleaning, Throwing Out
In brief: Houses tell us about how we experience our human and not-so-human condition and what has, is, and might happen to us.
* 1st – Masked self – What you show people you don’t know or don’t feel comfortable around – Present – Physical appearance and expression.
* 2nd – Money – What you value – Resources you have At your disposal – What you earn on your own
* 3rd – Lower mind – Superficial communications – Siblings – Mental play – Short trips – Close yet casual friendships – Personal networks – Before 18 years old school
* 4th – Home – Ancestors – Roots – Upbringing – Other people’s beliefs – Past
* 5th – Creation, Pro-creation, & Recreation – Play – Romance – Children – Upbringing – Dating
* 6th – Duty, Service & Health – How, who, and what you work with – How hard you work – Ease or difficulty in getting work – Health issues & concerns – How, what, and who you heal / help
* 7th – Co-operation & Opposition – Partnerships – Contracts – Intimate relationships and friendships, Open enemies, Competition
* 8th – Business – Inheritance – Your deep psyche – Physical, spiritual, emotional, mental death & rebirth
* 9th – Higher mind – Philosophical & spiritual communications – Foreigners (including strangers & strange places) – Post-secondary education
* 10thÂ – Public self – Career – How you are seen by others or what you are known for by people who don’t know you – Hobbies – Volunteer work – Talents & gifts
* 11thÂ -Friendly self – Community, Public networks, Distant yet integrated friendships. Politics. Popularity.
* 12thÂ -SecretÂ self -Sacrifices, higher states of consciousnesses or subconsciousness, secrets,what areas co-dependence can occur
* Ascendant (ASC) – Rising – Entrance – Waking – Influential care-giver – Physical appearance – Overall health – Conditioning – Upbringing – Mask – Shield or Guard – Defense mechanism – Your own life is most important
* Descendant (DSC)Â – Falling – Departure – Sleeping – Where we let our guard down – Our most intimate self – The lives of others are most important-
* ImumÂ Coelii (IC)Â – Nadir – Bottom of the Sky – Beneath the Earth – Your lowest self – Past – What you inherited from your Father – Youth – Internal – Weaknesses – Roots (family, ancestory, etc)
* Medium Coeli (MC)– Midheaven – Top of the Sky – The Heavens – Above the Earth – Your highest self – Future – Maturity – External – Strengths – Soul (your star, other stars) – What you inherited from your Mother
* Orb – The distance between two signs based on degrees.
* Wide Orb – The distance considered too far apart by most standards but could still make an impact. Generally +9-15Â°
* Tight OrbÂ – The distance is considered very close. 0-3Â°
* Exact Orb – There is no distance between objects. 0Â°
Aspect Types or Contact Types
* Conjunction – very much the same approach with the same goals. Powerful.
* Opposition – extremely different approaches but with the same goals. Asking you to look at the other side. Powerful.
* Square – a lot of tension and challenge
* Sextile – a lot of stimulation and opportunity
* Trine – a lot of harmony and ease
* Semi-Square – off and on tension and challenge
* Semi-Sextile – on and off stimulation and opportunity
* Sesquidrate – tension due to needing help, disability
* Quintile – like a conjunction but with a distinct difference or edge, creative
* Bi-Quintile – on and off Quintile
(Yahoo Answers) What are the physical traits of a leo rising and do i have the physical traits of a leo rising?
|August 31, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Ascendant, Leo, Pluto, Scorpio, Yahoo Answers|
What are the physical traits of a leo rising and do i have the physical traits of a leo rising?
I have a friend with both sun and rising in leo and the description i read of leo risings fits her so much, the broad shoulders, the dramatic style etc. But i am not sure about if am a cancer rising or a leo rising, i asked about this yesterday to, but didn`t get a lot of answers back. Could someone help me? here go to this blogg- singreess.blogg.no it`s four pictures of me there, Do i look like a leo? i do have my venus in leo tho.if your not interested in astrology, then don`t waste your time please:)
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Our rising sign indicates our physical expression. And it also relates to the appearance or impression we give to others (for appearances…), especially when we are not feeling relaxed. Sometimes it has to do with our physical traits.
For Sun Leo and Leo risings, their physical traits often have to do with their ‘hair’ being mane-like (big or out there in some way — can’t NOT notice their hair). In regards to physical expression, Leo risings are physically demonstrative, playful, charming, and seem larger-than-life. Their masculine energy is not contained at all. Their strength of character is palatable and they LIVE LARGE!
In your photos, the Lioness’ strength, jutting confidence, and playfulness is there but Pluto (Scorpio) and other ‘water elements’ (feminine) are very much present too. Maybe some earth as well. That’s because that while you put yourself out there, it’s like you pull yourself back in too. Extroverted, introverted. Feminine, masculine. Strong, docile.
You have a dark, mysterious, maybe even ‘sweetly dangerous’ look. Obviously you are beautiful. But what is making you beautiful and stand-out? Is it Leo or is it something else? There’s something a little intimidating about your look, dark, yet Leo risings are pretty sunny.
The Sun is your inner expression and what you share with people closest to you. If you are a Leo rising, perhaps you opened up and were comfortable with whoever took the pictures of you to give off the ‘water or earth effect’.
If we take into account your Sun and Moon, we’ll have a fuller picture of the vibe you’re giving off. What’s your Sun & Moon signs and which houses do they reside?
Also, any strong Libra, Taurus signs, or Venus aspects? I find you have a ‘gentle’, even ‘classic’ facial beauty on the dark, Vogue, sophisticated side. Trying to figure out what it is, astrologically… 😀
Update: Thank you for the additional information as it clarifies some things for me. Having Pluto squaring your ASC definitely alters your appearance. That’s what I was picking up — the dark, deep, and powerful Pluto mixed in with the Lioness. 🙂 Pluto will not let the Sun (natural ruler of Leo) outshine him. Pluto and the Sun (Leo) are both dominant and fixed and will not take second place to the other. Itâ€™s like a battle going on. This is both a challenge and opportunity. Having Scorpio on a Leo ASC can be like having a Sun Conjunct [or Square] Pluto.
I would say that Sun Libra is strong due to it being the Sun and in harmony in the 3rd house (Gemini, natural ruler). This also changes your appearance, giving you a ‘refined’ edge and you may been seen as someone who always has something to say (or sing) about something (generally pleasant) especially when faced with uncomfortable moments. 😀
To me, Venus Square Pluto can be like having Venus Scorpio, even if your Venus is Leo. So there’s a strong mix again between Scorpio and Leo in your make-up. Quite the war that can go on but that adds to your electric personality. 😛
A Cancer Moon being in the 12th adds to the feeling of mystery and softness, extroverted / introverted, and masculine / feminine. You’re luxurious, like expensive perfume!! But I also receive you as a complex individual that wants to harmonize incongruous elements in your personality. Astrology is a great tool to help you harmonize your life, feelings, thoughts, etc. as well as helping with self-acceptance.
Neptune is the higher vibration of Venus and I feel that your Venus is strong. I also feel having Moon Cancer in the 12th is quite a challenging placement but it’s also there to protect you. I could go into this more but it’s beyond the scope of the question and too personal.
I hope this helps you and I commend you on learning more about yourself. 😀
P.s. Any strong earth in your chart by any chance? If yes, what and where?
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- Thank you for your detailed and informative answer:) I think my 6th house is very strong because i have a lot of planets in that house.I have nep,uran,juno and node all in capricorn in the 6th house. Can you answer my other Q to? it`s about venus square pluto? Thanks everyone:)
|October 20, 2011||Filled under Astrology, 12th, 8th, Moon, Pluto, Scorpio, Yahoo Answers|
Can a scorpio moon see through someone’s 12th house?
My answer was not picked for this.Â I have included the one that was and the one I did.Â I think both of our responses have merit. 😀
* Your Jucy thoughts?Â For or against?
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- Asker’s Comment:
- Thanks, i can kind of get an idea, but i hope that they won’t be able to entirely see through anyone’s 12th house O.o
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So yes, there is friendliness, harmony, rapport, and understanding between a Scorpio Moon and someone’s 12th house.
However, this ‘understanding’ and ability to cut through the surface, would be the same for ANY strongly Scorpio signs or any signs that are strongly in the 8th house. So whether you are a Scorpio Moon, Scorpio Mercury, [Moon] Conjunct Pluto, or have a Capricorn stellium in the 8th house, it’s pretty much all the same. It’s the Scorpio and 8th house traits (for example, the desire to know what motivates others) that allow that person to see through (and more importantly, get attracted to) someone else’s 12th house.
The 12th house is one of secrets and the hidden self. Scorpios like secrets, a good mystery, and they like investigating and detecting. And as scary as it can be, who doesn’t want their ‘secret self’ exposed and known for what it is? It’s ultimately cleansing and because the 12th house is often under lock and key (even from the knowledge of the native), Scorpio and its determined force are one of the signs that can break-in or ‘see through’ and when it’s a Scorpio Moon it often does it in an emotional, nurturing, comforting, and familial way.
Free September Beta Workshops: Learn Basic Astrology For Tarot Readers and Basic Tarot For Astrology Readers
|August 28, 2011||Filled under Tarot, Astrology, Learning|
Are you interested in learning the basics of astrology or tarot and you already work with astrology or tarot?
Send me an email to astrology at tarotreader.ca – I’m doing free beta workshops in the month of September.Â I probably won’t do free workshops again on this subject and if I do, it will be in 2012.
Email me with interest.Â First name, birth month and day, September availability, and reason for interest.
It’s now and maybe never.Â 😀
|September 14, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Readings & Analysis|
- Passionate. Astrology isn’t for the faint of heart. It takes much observation, reading, learning, and doing. If an Astrologer is not passionate and serious about astrology, they won’t be passionate about giving a top quality reading, adding value, providing modern impressions and services either.
- Curious. Great Astrologers keep asking WHY. They will ask everyone, including you, WHY? Astrologers are not fortune tellers, they are life helpers. If an Astrologer has stopped asking why, their egos are probably no longer in check.
- Ethical. They do this work for the right reasons. They have standards of professional practice in place.
- Sensitive. There’s likely to be bits and pieces of your blueprint or DNA that isn’t considered lovely by most, including you. A sensitive astrologer does not judge or criticize; they understand. They don’t blame you and they understand why you see the world in the way you do.
- Progressively accurate. While it’s important for an Astrologer to possess common astrological knowledge, an Astrologer who truly “owns” their astrological understanding adds their own flavour of astrology to the mix. So they will be on page with what most astrologers will say BUT they have something new to offer that few to none have said before.
- Productive. They will not only tell you what is what, they will help you get where you want to go.
- Supportive. They have their heart in the right place. While they are offering a paid service they truly want to assist in helping you lead the life you want. They want you to manifest your dreams.
- Approachable. If a service provider is not friendly, warm, human yet professional in context, and most often light-hearted it’s unlikely you will feel a natural sense of rapport and be at-ease. Astrologers who have their ego and humility in-check can truly be there for you.
Question: What do you think makes a good astrology consultant?
|February 10, 2011||Filled under Tarot, Astrology|
Tables Based on Thoth Tarot Deck
A lot of novice tarot readers are unaware that each card has an astrological correspondence and a reader can gain a lot more information from the card, beyond the pictures, by knowing the astrological significance and other ancient wisdom (such as the Qabalah / Kabbalah, numerology, I-Ching, etc.) that are the foundations of the cards.
While the astrological correspondences (in the tables below) are based on Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot Deck, I apply this to ALL Tarot cards as I read.
Horoscopes Within describes slightly different planetary placements based on the decans.Â For example Thoth attributes the third decan of Aries to Venus while Horoscopes Within attributes it to Jupiter.Â I say use your own best judgement when it comes to matching tarot with astrology.
The court cards are my own seasonal correspondences except for “All court cards can represent X or…”Â which makes sense because it’s based on the first sign within the seasonal year.Â So the first sign of the suit Wands — Aries, becomes Spring, the first suit of Summer is Cups – Cancer, etc..
The image below is from this website.
Another good website to learn the astrological connection to tarot and who has spiffy tables is SuperTarot.
|2 Mars in Aries||2 Jupiter in Capricorn||2 Moon in Libra||2 Venus in Cancer|
|3 Sun in Aries||3 Mars in Capricorn||3 Saturn in Libra||3 Mercury in Cancer|
|4 Venus in Aries||4 Sun in Capricorn||4 Jupiter in LIbra||4 Moon in Cancer|
|5 Saturn in Leo||5 Mercury in Taurus||5 Venus in Aquarius||5 Mars in Scorpio|
|6 Jupiter in Leo||6 Moon in Taurus||6 Mercury in Aquarius||6 Sun in Scorpio|
|7 Mars in Leo||7 Saturn in Taurus||7 Moon in Aquarius||7 Venus in Scorpio|
|8 Mercury in Sagittarius||8 Mercury in Virgo||8 Jupiter in Gemini||8 Saturn in Pisces|
|9 Moon in Sagittarius||9 Venus in Virgo||9 Mars in Gemini||9 Jupiter in Pisces|
|10 Saturn in Sagittarius||10 Mercury in Virgo||10 Sun in Gemini||10 Mars in Pisces|
|Knight Fiery part of Fire||Knight Fiery part of Earth||Knight Fiery part of Air||Knight Fiery part of Water|
|Queen Water part of Fire||Queen Water part of Earth||Queen Water part of Air||Queen Water part of Water|
|Prince Airy part of Fire||Prince Airy part of Earth||Prince Airy part of Air||Prince Airy part of Water|
|Princess Earthy part of Fire||Princess Earthy part of Earth||Princess Earthy part of Air||Princess Earthy part of Water|
|Ace – 1||Cardinal, Fixed, Mutable||0Â° – 30Â°|
|2||Cardinal||0Â° – 10Â°|
|3||Cardinal||10Â° – 20Â°|
|4||Cardinal||20Â° – 30Â°|
|5||Fixed||0Â° – 10Â°|
|6||Fixed||10Â° – 20Â°|
|7||Fixed||20Â° – 30Â°|
|8||Mutable||0Â° – 10Â°|
|9||Mutable||10Â° – 20Â°|
|10||Mutable||20Â° – 30Â°|
|King||Cardinal||0Â° – 30Â°|
|Queen||Fixed||20Â° – 30Â°|
|Knight||Mutable||10Â° – 20Â°|
|Page||Cardinal, Fixed, Mutable||0Â° – 10Â°|
|2 Mars in Aries||March 21-30||2 Jupiter in Capricorn||December 22-30|
|3 Sun in Aries||March 31-April 10||3 Mars in Capricorn||Decemer 31- January 9|
|4 Venus in Aries||April 11-20||4 Sun in Capricorn||January 10- January 19|
|5 Saturn in Leo||July 22-August 1||5 Mercury in Taurus||April 21-30|
|6 Jupiter in Leo||August 2-11||6 Moon in Taurus||May 1-10|
|7 Mars in Leo||August 12-22||7 Saturn in Taurus||May 11-20|
|8 Mercury in Sagittarius||November 23- Dec 2||8 Mercury in Virgo||August 23 – September 1|
|9 Moon in Sagittarius||December 3-12||9 Venus in Virgo||September 2-11|
|10 Saturn in Sagittarius||December 13-21||10 Mercury in Virgo||September 12-22|
|All court cards can represent SPRING or…||All court cards can represent WINTER orâ€¦|
|Knight Fiery part of Fire||Spring||Knight Fiery part of Earth||Winter|
|Queen Water part of Fire||Summer||Queen Water part of Earth||Spring|
|Prince Airy part of Fire||Winter||Prince Airy part of Earth||Fall|
|Princess Earthy part of Fire||Fall||Princess Earthy part of Earth||Summer|
|2 Moon in Libra||September 23-Oct 2||2 Venus in Cancer||June 21-July 1|
|3 Saturn in Libra||October 3-12||3 Mercury in Cancer||July 2-11|
|4 Jupiter in LIbra||October 13-22||4 Moon in Cancer||July 12-21|
|5 Venus in Aquarius||January 20-29||5 Mars in Scorpio||October 23 – November 2|
|6 Mercury in Aquarius||January 30-Feb 8||6 Sun in Scorpio||November 3-12|
|7 Moon in Aquarius||February 9-18||7 Venus in Scorpio||November 13-22|
|8 Jupiter in Gemini||May 21-31||8 Saturn in Pisces||February 19-28|
|9 Mars in Gemini||June 1-10||9 Jupiter in Pisces||March 1-10|
|10 Sun in Gemini||June 11-20||10 Mars in Pisces||March 11 -20|
|All court cards can represent WINTER or…||FALL||All court cards can represent SUMMER orâ€¦|
|Knight Fiery part of Air||Fall||Knight Fiery part of Water||Summer|
|Queen Water part of Air||Winter||Queen Water part of Water||Winter|
|Prince Airy part of Air||Spring||Prince Airy part of Water||Spring|
|Princess Earthy part of Air||Summer||Princess Earthy part of Water||Fall|
Image above found on this website.
Image above found on this website.
|February 8, 2011||Filled under Astrology, Current News, Transits|
Lucky in love in February?
Venus (the planet of love, beauty, art, and money) is all wrapped up into Pluto (the planet of power, possession, transformation, secrets, and depth) from around February 4th to February 19th with a big bang on February 10th.Â To add: The North Node (a point that expresses our future best self) continues to be in darkly sexy Capricorn and What does that mean for anyone with a Capricorn, Virgo, Taurus, Pisces, or Scorpio Sun, Venus, or Mars?Â It means you are likely to find yourself in a very karmic, hot and heavy relationship. Â Whether that relationship is one you already have or one you are getting into, Venus and Pluto mixing it up along with the North Node opens up that love gate of destiny and that means SERIOUS COMMITMENT or RE-COMMITMENT.Â This is especially true if Venus Conjunct Pluto is in your 2nd, 5th, or 7th houses.
Don’t know what all this means? Book a session so I can tell you about that AND your unique love life! 😀
Some of you love-hungry superstars may have begun to notice a little nibbling on your neck as of late and if you are looking to get pregnant, this Thursday (Moon in Taurus) and well into the weekend may be your lucky days! 😀
Not getting any love-bites?
This is a time to love YOURSELF then.Â If you can’t love yourself, how can anyone else?Â More importantly, WHY would anyone else?
Take this time out to enjoy and lather affection on to yourself.Â Here’s some ideas:
- Spa treatment. Whether at home or at a facility.Â Whether you do it yourself or have someone else do it for you, take some time to get pretty or buff and feel good.Â Think pedicure, new hairstyle, make-over, massage (we all need touch!)… — Astrophiles.Â This is very Venus.
- Girls Night In. Get all your single girls or friends together and have a VALENTINE Party.Â Consider including one of my recommended psychics at 3 of Cups (http://www.FortuneTellerFun.com)Â Encouraging, Uplifting, Accurate, and Inspiring Readings. — Astrophiles.Â This is very Cancer-Sagittarius-Gemini.
- Love letter. Write yourself a love letter.Â Corny, perhaps.Â But seriously, this all has to do with LOVING yourself.Â If it was your lover writing you a letter, what would you want to hear?Â — Astrophiles.Â This is very Moon-Venus.
- Romantic comedy. Sometimes a sappy romantic comedy – with a happy ending – can help you release emotions and remind you that you are not alone.Â It can also bring hope through imagination that that wonderful guy or gal will come your way soon enough. — Astrophiles.Â This is very Leo-Aquarius.
- Comfort food and drink.Â A little bit of comfort food and drink can go a long way.Â Moderation is key.Â — Astrophiles.Â This is very Cancer.
- Massage. This perhaps is not the right use of a massage therapist; however, when I was single I wasn’t getting a lot of “touching” from another human.Â I was feeling sorry for myself that I was still single, then I got a professional massage from a lovely man.Â It was just what I needed to feel physically loved and to the perverts (you know who you are 😉 there wasn’t anything sexual involved. :PÂ We all need to be touched!Â So have a friend give you a rub down or book a professional massage. — Astrophiles.Â This is very Taurus.
- Dream Lover. Help manifest your dream lover by writing down all the things you want and more importantly DONâ€™T WANT in a dream lover.Â If artistic or crafty, draw up or clip out your perfect lover and then store him or her away in a nice â€œwish box or bagâ€ that will one day turn into a live (in the flesh) dream date.
Have an idea on how to love yourself while being single and looking?Â Add your comments below…
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|February 8, 2011||Filled under Astrology, 6th|
The 6th House
Type of work, how you work, who you work with or for, kind of work you do on a daily basis, who you might like at work.
This list is NOT exhaustive and is a work-in-progress… 😀
Aries (Mars) – Lots of movement, fast, innovative, leaders or innovators, with men, competitive, lots of action and excitement
Taurus (Venus) – Secure and stable environment, traditional work, the arts, stock trading, banking, slow, horticulture
Gemini (Mercury)– Communications, facts, trivia, writing, multi-tasking, short trips
Cancer (Moon) – Domestic, with women, emotions, counseling, helping, nurturing, care-taking
Leo (Sun) – Creative, working with child-like beings, fun, gregarious, glamorous
Virgo (?, Mercury) – Being of service to others, supportive, foundational careers, health and well-being, analytical, research, taking care of details.
Libra (?, Venus, exalted in Saturn) – Mediating, contracts, justice, partnerships, arts teacher, wedding or romance business, serious work, beauty, cosmetics
Scorpio (Pluto, Mars) – Cleaning up, investigative, secretive, detective, surgery, behind-the-scenes
Sagittarius (Jupiter) – Religion, philosophy, travel, immigration, housing, outdoors, long trips, spirituality
Capricorn (Saturn) – Big business, public institutions, civil service, social structures
Aquarius (Uranus, Saturn, exalted in Mercury) – Futuristic, technology, science, advocate, civil rights leader, activist
Pisces (Neptune, Jupiter) – Dreamy, fantasy, magical, mystical, costuming, pharmacology
Example, if you have Mars or Gemini in the 6th ruled by Mercury you may find yourself working for a delivery company, taking a census, chatting it up with your co-workers and anyone really, knowing what’s happening in the organization….
|January 16, 2011||Filled under Life, Readings & Analysis, Services, Self-disclosure|
What is a Professional Friend?
A Professional Friend is someone who offers Intimate Services for a fee.Â A Professional Friend connects with the client in a deeply personal way.Â A Professional Friend can be a doctor, therapist, consultant, personal assistant, coach, GFE, etc.Â A Professional Friend has something to offer you that a traditional friend can or will not, even if they are qualified to do so.
We can all make use of a good professional friend in our life.
In every healthy relationship there is a give and take, buy andÂ sell, you and me, etc. trade-off.Â In a professional situation, a Professional Friend gives up focus on themselves to focus their attention mostly or entirely on you, your wants, needs, and desires in return for a fee.Â This is no different from any other intimate relationship.Â The form of payment with a Professional Friend is usually money.Â With a traditional friend, you may help them with their problems and payment in return is that they help you with yours.
Challenge #1 – Client wants me to become their “real friend”.
I offer consulting, counseling, reading, interpreting, guiding, and teaching services.
Genuine care and wanting to help is evident to many if not all of my clients. My favourite subject is YOU! And I rarely talk about myself unless I sense self-disclosure will aid in my client’s learning and growth process. However, after awhile I find many clients wanting to know who I am on a personal basis.
A lot of my clients have expressed wanting to know me as a “real friend” to hang out and do “real friend” activities.
Lets take a look at why you, as a client, might feel that way:
- My focus is entirely on you;
- I give you my BEST self;
- I’m talking about stuff you want to talk about;
- Your friendships are lacking and frankly, how many aren’t?
If we were to be friends (in the traditional sense), this is how it would probably look like:
- I wouldn’t want to talk about either of our troubles at any great length.Â I’m kind of guy-like and activities focused in my private life.
- I’m also kind of a loner.Â I don’t go out much and like to spend time with my
husband(significant other) or alone.
- I wouldn’t be interested in giving readings, discussing metaphysics, etc. unless I knew you were involved in it to the extent that I am (i.e. professionally) or I’m learning something new and want to tell the whole world about it and practice it on everyone!! 🙂
- I would give you my best AND worst self.
- I wouldn’t be as focused on your world with such intensity.
While I may seem like the best friend you could ever have, in context I quite possibly wouldn’t be.Â While I genuinely care about your well-being and growth, I get paid to focus on you.Â If you paid me and all I did was focus on my needs, wants, and desires I think we can agree you probably wouldn’t want to pay me because it’s imbalanced.Â As a client, you come to me for professional help and I get paid to give you that professional help.
So unless a client and myself wants to potentially ruin a perfectly great arrangement of me giving them the royal metaphysical treatment for a price, it’s best for me to stay professional yet warm and friendly.