Transverse PolarityIf we find a planet on the cusp of the 3rd house, in opposition to a planet on the cusp of the 9th house, they produce a Polarity between them, and a Transverse Polarity betweenthe cusps of the 6th and 12th houses, which are at right angles to them, the cusps have tobe taken as if the planets were there, and the indication measured. While if there beactually a planet where planets in opposition from the Midheaven and Nadir throw off to the Ascendant and a planet which is then rising or setting will indicate the winner, butif there is no such planet to take up the Polar of the opposing Planets, they have to betaken as cuspal Indications only, and being opposed, they are weak, so that if there be asingle other indication, it can win off them.The MeasureThe scale is the difference between the top and bottom weights reduced to pounds. Themeasure in every case is one sixth of the scale of weights and this is the weight due toeach of the houses above and below the horizon.DistributionThe extension of the scale of weights is thus applied. The Ascendant shows the topweights, the 4th house the middle weight and the 7th house the bottom weight.By AlterationThe 7th House shows the top weight the 10th the middle weight, and the Ascendant thebottom weight. The same rule holds good with regard to the other houses, hence it willbe seen that each house denotes two weights, one which is as much from the top of thescale as the other is from the bottom, and these two weights added together, amount tothe sum of the top and bottom weights, consequently, if we distribute the scale evenlythrough the houses, marking the cusp with the weights to which they correspond in thescale, we shall find that any indicator on or near a cusp shows two weights and theseweights are found to be the same, or the nearest to the weight carried by the winner, andplaced horses in over 80% taking both.This is from a sustained analysis of results extending over 11 years.These are all the rules to observe, and how easy to apply and how convincing in effect,may be judged from examples of past racing.It is, of course, open to the student to trace results through past racing results with theaid of the Ephemeris for any year, and by careful study of the examples given here.ExamplesExample 1 27th March, 1906, at 3:20 p.m.Taurus is on the Midheaven. None of the Planets are within orbs of and applying to thecusps. The Moon was in Taurus 5° and the Sun in Aries 6°, therefore Fortuna is seen tobe 29° from the Ascendant, and applying to the cusp of the 2nd house.The scale of Weights, top 8.8,- bottom 6.0 or 361bs, and one sixth of this is 6 lbs, whichis the Measure of one house. Fortuna being on the cusp of the 2nd house is 6 lb. for topand bottom weight of the runners.