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Houses by Liz Greene

Houses by Liz Greene

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Aclnufudgcrunts Pnfaoc Intmdrction
krt L Thc landnpe of tifr Cbapar l. BasicPremiscs 2. Sgace, Time and Bounderies hrt 2: ttfepd.lt thcJouncy The Ascendent and the First House The Sc<ond House The Third House The knum Coeli end the bunh House The Fifth Housc The Sinh Housc The Dcscendant and the SqrenthHousc The Eighth House The Ninth House The Midhcarcn and the Tcnth House

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3. 4. ,. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. ll. 12. lr. The Elcsmth House 14. The Trrclfth Housc lt. Grcuping the Houses

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me Manypeopleharahelped,supponed tolerated throughthe and agonyand ecstasy writing this bookandmy sincerc of appreciation ortendsto dl of thern. heardelt thanl$ goesto Max Hafler In panicular,an eqpecidly for dl vrcshared for pushingmein the bcginning;andto Roben and tVdkerfor pushing throughthe middleandcnd,for hisorccllent me his advice,criticismand zuggestions, patient suppon through my help. moredifticult periods, just for beingtherewhenI needed and My appreciation goes MaryAnn Ephgrarafor her adcpt also to 'Houses to uanscription the of Seminar'; ChristineMurdockfor her to orpert and much neededhclp, guidanceand encoutagement; ksley C,otuill for hcr profesiond advice;and to SheilaSasponas for her warm suppon. their I am naturallyindebtedto dl thoscpeoplewhoharcshared go knmrledgewith mc overthe years. Specidacknowledgements Yogifor his inraluableteachingand for the to MaharishiMahesh orpericncc meditation and what it openedup for mq to Darby of for C.ostello titillating me with her Geminian insighs and for inuoducing me to asuology cay backwhen; to my first astrology for BettyCaulfieldandIsabel Hickey;to EanBegg helping teachers, me to begin to understandmyselfa little better; to lan GordonBrorn, BarbaraSomers and Diana Whitmore for the enornous and amount I leamedfrom thcm; toJudy Hdl for her generous wermthant$ constant and suppoft,wisdom,healing help;andartery and as to Liz Greene whose insightandgrace a goodfricnd, teachcr asuologicdcolleaguc hara left a decp mark on all my *ork. Tcromore pcople descrve specidmention. Ifords can't orpress Our lady my ftelingp of apprcciation a ceftainDona Margarita, to porrcrof her lconine lorc and of C"omera, sharingwith mc the for (in spirit andfor providingmc with anidyllic atmospherc dl senscs)



to begin writing..And-last,-but ccnainly nor least,I am especially grateful toJaquelincClarc for being a true friend through al of this and for the impeccablediagramsshe so caringly produced.

The hpuscs the horoscopc of form oneof the basicbuilding-blocls with whicharcrystudent asuology of mustleamto *ork attheoutset ofany scrious studyofthc subjcct.Becausc houscs basic, the arc it isoften assumed thercfore that theyaresimple- pcrhaps most the simple and accesiblcof the uinity of planet-sign-housc which comprises foundationof horoscope the andysis.And bccausc thc houses often considered simple and accesible,theyarcalso so are bclierred bethe leastwonhyof anyin-depth perusal the body to in of asuologicdliteraturc. found in my orrn orpcricnce, however, thc houses I harrc that are nosimplerthantheplancaandrigto, andpcrhaps moresubde. even How could theynot be so,whenaftcr all e€ryone bom on a givrn the signs,whilc planetary day will harrc sameplanetsin the same placemcntsin houses the aredepcndentupon mostindividud that momentof binh? Bccausc aresorrcry they individual, of hctors,the ponoy a m1p of a rrcryindividud dcstiny,and ere*onhy of th.y much more onensiveinterpretationand andysisthan is usudly offercdin asuologicdtortbools. Thereis a luge and unfomrnate gepin this area the snrdy,and cenainlyno pzlst of authorhasdone full justice to this apparentlyrc simple yet difficult issueof thc 'spheres lift'. of I am thereforcdclighted to be ablc to write a prefacc a boolr to which I ftel not only fills thir gapin curent astrologicdliterature, but dso ortends the understandingof astrologyitself. Hward Sasponas managcdto do this without either violating thosc has prorcn to be rzlid, or of asuologicdtradition *-hi.h herrc Tpc1ts ignoring asso manyauthorsdo - the curent urgent needto bring pqrchologicdunderstandhginto a snrdywhich hasfor fu too long bcen purely prognosticatirrc and behaviouralin its interpretations. This book seems me to be unique dso in that, to

is.cantherchreraommcnd Howzrd's to I booi not only for thc clarity and depth of its content. But psychologicd asuologyin the wayit is appfiedin Hocard.feelings.Asuologythen ceases be creatirrc. in which the houses. quitc poindess crccptasa methodof justifring issues and becomcs for which the individud doesnot wish to take rcsponsibility. not an qtension of anythingelsc. orpcctations bclic6. kychological asuologyis not about abandoning and but to astrology pqrchotherepy.gitu at thc beginningwith hasicprinciplesand takes reader of funher andfunhcr into thc complodties interprcdngthe houses whilc rctaining throughout an essentidclarity of writing and a an disciplined strucnre.its epacity to olrcn doorsto 1lrcrsonand dlow that perrcn to hos. abouta wayof understanding inner both encompasscs ofthe horoscopewhich rcadingthe synrbols and outer lerclsof orpcricncc. reletionship us of dcscriptions behaviour.is no longlr . a stement ofwhat pqrchological it becausc couldnot put thc point isreallyabout. dthough nurnetous which havt ncrrcr beenput to the lppclu to oftr mellent thcories tcst in lift.and points the *zy to thc esentid are pattenr which undcrlie both.furc.asweharrc thc for Psychologicd Astrology Londonwhichisfocussed precirly in on thisapproach asuology.which I harrc of anypcrmnmnting to tab up thc responsibility counrlling othen in eny *zy. of whichis o. in but . Hwad's book is inrzlueblc. reacrs and interprea that spfeie of tq lift. Usuallythc houscs whichoften of themes of confirsingbccausc the epFuent divcrsity occur undcr one umbrclla. Thc pqrchcis obviouslye rcdity to the euthor. No one obscrvingthc &cts of a panicular planet in can a paniorlar house redly undcrstandthc complor isuc of hon' brick by brick.it isdsoirmrluable.Tl{E TV/EIVE HOUSES PREF/ICE l. and bgt it rpa3 astrologywhichprcsenes escntialdigniil'-{ot"e the of the individud psychc.onot be prescnt. and This.onclpparendyrrcry simplcconceptlthc redity of the psyche.iscenainly.harrc manyoccasi6ns and I had to lcam from and have my (mn asuologicd inrigha enhancedby jointly foundedandco-direct Ccnui Hoqard'swork. ncrr. thc apparently creetes. first chaptcr: this prcmisc upon which psphological asrology bascd is fh9 nhilosonhicd isthetaperrcn's rediryspringp outrzrdlromhisorhcrinncriandscape of thoughs.ident throughout .is bcing encroached upon by the language of psphology. Gcnuinc authority of asuologicdwriters this kind cannotbGfrted. interprctation The of the houscsthat Ho*zrd oftn in such depth in this'book is 'pqrchological' in the mostprofoundsense. rathcr. Also implicit in thc book is a persond commitmenr to the asuologcr'sovm devclopment anl inner almys ftlt to bc thc chidcriterion for confrontation.c.areinsideaswell asoutside. because many asuologers harastudicd who in oldertraditionsfeelthat thcir language.but dso beceuse I am well aware that the interpretations which he oftn arc built upon manyycanof directorpericncc.end becomc of full pemTq fo-{$. That an individud's iift is charactedstiiof the individud oughtto bcobrvious. thc profirndities and policiesin the of mystcrics deathrrc conjoincdwith lifr insurance bodyand of the rclationshipbetween eighth. individud ratherthan remainingstatic.and that astrology. *hich hasstoodthe tcsr of qan-ycenturies.I harcnodoubtthat it will become essentid his wishingto derrclop snrdert of astrology tortbook for anyscrious astrology As or heruodetstanding.and its languagcspeaks both to the begrnngran{the orperienccd practitiorrcr.f o.asuology. it isoccedhgly difficult to fully but grasp unlcs one's ovmpspheisarealityto onesclf. The author phrascs rary eloqucntlyG ttr. cre*ftre. dthough it is 'psychologicd astrology' ir best. becausc thc b. .placcs.It cmbodies.bccoming an ortension of thc hclping profesions.teleological . TF. br onmple. and not mcrelyupon clcrrcr intellecnrd theorizing. an individud unconsciously buter' reality whidr he or shc eocounte$unles there is somc Otherwise interpretations thc are with the unconscious.Houard'sbook spirit arcmircd up with dl uoderlics thescepparendy prwidcs the esntid meaningwhich with one housc. thesehands. The issue 'pryrhologicdasuology' of appears-to a ratherthomy be one-in somerespects. or 'earnts' in lift which harc no connectionto the-soul.sbook is not an erosion the beautyand comp[iencssof the asrrological of mgdel. in ia relue. it As a lcarningtqtbook. more dearly. howan enitude might beshapingoutcrlift and therefore see a of consciousnessthat anitude might shepe diftrent qudity some to of lifr . lcs than thc and io signsand planets.which thercbyallws thcmesconoected dispamte atc whydl thcsebuter' cfurum.which learrcs backwhcrewe stancd.q"itty clearly. end thc complcxitics 'smdl animals'in the sixth.ttencc part thc rcadcrto understand Thlskind ofinsight is rareendcennotbeorrcrestimetcd ofone core.it does hide at not behind psphologicd jargon. lgpo"d o<pcrience astrology the book is ortensirrc impressirrc. dimension ofasuology the I?hen thishappens.^_use implicit in otry chaptcris rhe obsenationthat an individud hasceriainkinds oi l1rapanicular sphcrc oflifr because ishowthepc5rhe that :pyd*.{theindividud pcrceirrcs. and its to thcreforehe is ablc to communicate rcality and its subtleties thc readerthrough the asuologicdmodel.

and a cateqpillar emergesas a bunerfly from its cocoon. Is it unreasonable assume to that human bcingssharethis quality with the restof creation. ltbthe dbarnza of a fly to buzz. somewhere deep within us there is a primordial knowledge or preconscious percepdon of our true narure.the individuation process. unfold accordingto an inner plan? The concept that each of us has a unique set of potentialities ycarning to be redized is an ancient one.an acorn growsinto an oak. to of to to fulfil his destinv. we know what that is.By whatever label it is cdled. In like manner. Not only do we havea panicula( path to follow. the underlying meaning is clear: all of us possess ccnain inuinsic porentials and capabilities. Our fulfilment. UZ GREEI. Modem pslrchology many different namesto the pcrennid anaches 'to quest bc that selfwhich one truly is'2 . cenainwill provideanimponantanduniquecontribution ro the body of astrologicdliterarure.l6 Tt{E TI7EIVE HOUSES It istherefore great with pleastue I canintroduce bookwhich that a I.Each of these patterns has its own kind of truth and dignity. Aristotle also spokcof essence those qualities which one could as not lose without ceasingto be oneself. happines and well-being hinge on discovering . our destiny. Eastern philosopy appliesthe term dharrra to denote the intrinsic identity and latent life-pattern presentfrom binh in dl of us.am. PaulTillich All around us in nature. and an aftistic personto create. sclf-acnralizadon. and our 'cdling' in life. sclf-dorclopment. self-redization. but on some instinctive level. etc. life unfolds according to certain inner designs.\Vhar's more. St Augustine wrote that 'there is one within me who is rnore myselfthan my self. a lion to roar.that we.'I Aristotle usedthe word enteleclryto referro the errcludonand full blossoming of something originally in a stateof potendd.too.A rosebudopensinto a rose. Along with anteleclry.our abilities.IE INTRODUCTION Manisasked make himsclfwhatheiszupposcd become.

the planea shour ubat is happening.. to ourselves? The asrological birthchanissucha map.f. the housesbring thc chart docrn to eanh.. Thcologians interpreted founh cardinal ha'e the .hisconditionis suilt.Jfi-di.boues. but the personwhich happc*Jl:iffi HovanoSasponras There are three basic ingredients which combine to make up an asuologicd chan .". po_nra)'s ownuniquereality.or in his or her rclationships.Yenusbarnonizcs.irt-*Iiir. pattcm and co-olrrating with its realization.oth.i"g *\o weredly are.j..' nur howcanweconnect that part of ourselvrs to whichknoc6 what wecouldbe?Hon.ri*lr.T}IE TVEryE HOUSES this..etc.plonets..: socrety perhaps and. ln the end.. Sal.odi oo.'g"id. but its placement by housc determines the exactareaof life in which this sloc.aplanet iso<presedthrough thesign inwhich theplanet is placed. Mars 4lscrts. hm. mostcrucidly. to oT.wedone areresponsibre forwhat weao witt ourlG rri to or orrr $e dgSree whichweaCcept rejecr true narure. urges and motirntions.Geminian or Cancerian fuhion. placement thelhan reraals most.i.-r"-.innatepattemand inncr our desisn.appropriare ro unfold whoandwhatwcarc. The Danish philosopherKie-rkegaard obscircdthat rhe most commonform of despar s that of not P..i.* to ourseh'es. and the housesubcre it is happening.b1tbc ambfualcnces oforroui nararc. The life.adding that an errcn deeper forS gf_despeir semsfrom choosing be.A.I7hen the oersor. Our beingis not o-nly rsup to us to makeof ourselrcs what *c afemeanrto bccome. Venus can harmonize in a. igns arrd.. and so on.and steadyaction canmost obviously be obserrred whether it is in the pcrson'scdecr that he or sheactsthat way. BASICPREMISES One may indced say that it is not thc event which heppcns to the pcnon.. and it of . Uke verbs. Mars in Dunrs will assen itself in a slow and steady manner..r-. And yct the meaningpand functions of the welrrc houses are usually thc least understood of all the basicastrologicd factors.. they depict a cenain acdon which is goitrg on .o'rtiur-u. ihe ch* rr. signs represent tweha qudities of being or attitudes tocnxrds The drirc of. Each in the and. h'' failsto fulfil them.b.errct. Mars can assenin an Arien w:ry or lburean way.ro.SThy listen way not to the cluesthe chan hasto offer? Pz\RT I: THE LANDSCAPE LITE OF 1.sett.for orample.if*c hadnot b*" f. Hotses.The binhchanis ihe bestguidewe harrc.purposc and identity. It is the purpose of this book to oamine how a propcr appreciation .. the signs ltout it is happcning. or at school. A knowledge the chanenables ro perceir*h. Put very simply... Ihe pqrchologist RolloMaywrote. TT clenles potentidities. Jupitet cxpands. etc.canwefind ihe path tir" lost the "g"in. show the specific areasof crrcrydaylift or fields of orperience in which dl this is occuring.^y? Is thereanymap thar cxists'which'i.ttmresfiicts. of us wewouldnarunlly bedoing.A picnrreof thehea'ens asit appeared one's at placeandtime of binh. givento us but demanded us. Servingasthe lensto focusand perrcndize the planetaryblueprint onto the landscapeof actud life.. Planets represent panicular psphologicd drircs. as'the sinof failing to do with onet lift all that onekno*r one." ilIi l.

es by digning oursehas with friendsandsocidcircles.traditiond astrology int-rprca placements thc chanin a deterministic htalist[fight.9 comprehcnd pan we play in shaping the and coniituting what happens us.ariharrc a !(e dreamcometrue.besides the housesin this pcrspective. However. himself. uoubh with friends is only rhe tip of the iceberg.proposcsthat reading the chan is to read rhedbarna ofthe person. Gnppling with Satum in the llth. I In a later wo rk.fteling. and looking at the posible waysof deding with his fean. it is not friendship which restric$ him. is one way he is supposed to becorne'. because Pluto is what with the affairsof that house. rathcr than arniding 'makes of himself what he it or blaming it on others. kernel the llth house . most authentic way to fulfil our inuinsic potcntidities. ill-uminatingthe path of self-discorcry the and unfoldmentof our life-plan.s.In otherwords.oamining their origins.Tvantycight snrdentswere askedto describewhat they sawwhen a deck Their basic of playing catdswasflashedone-by-oneonto a screen.\UCe this 5y do connectingto somethinggr-eater rhan our separate seh. then the connecdon becomes clear. first thismayseem and At stnnge.For of and the man with Satumin the llth. a pioneer of perrcn-cenued astrology. a urgcshim to encompass greaterredity but Saturn says preserve what you arealreadyfamiliar with. thc desire become of But to somettring grearcrthan already vrc aremustdso bc accompanied thecapacity by to envision and differentposibilities.this book interprets the planer and signsthrough just indicating the Howcrrcr. Dane Rudhpr. but bis oun restictiozr which who points out this dilemma limit his friendships. Confronting thesc apprehensions.' Understood in this way.2 fu far aspossible.20 THE T\I/E[I[E HOUS$ BASICPREMISES 2I of the signsand planetsin cachof the twelra houses guide us can to our-trueidentity.Understood thecontoctof thc desire ortend in to our dready eristing sphercof orperience. the house placements dso show our innate predispositioa to perceive the with eachhousein the context of the signs orperiences associated and planets found there. llth houselabelsof the 'friends.orpectations beliefs. Mostasuological tortbools dcrcllon the traditiond buter' meaning each of house ncglect more and im subtlcor basic underlying principlc.most basicprinciple of the houseis orplained. Plurc is prcciselywhat she will find. Hopes \Tishes'. Thereare a few reasons the full significance the houses why of hasbeensooften ornrlookcd.whatdo friends rUfhy these ald groupsharre do with hopes wishcs? to and are things dl lumped togetherunder the samehouse? Hoylerrcr. groups. krceiving orcnts purcly as ortemd cirom$ances whfuhbcfallus. he elaborates more fully on this. is Groups.His difficulty relating with companionsis the surhcc manifestation of something much deepcr: his fear of orpanding his boundaricsto includc somcthing other than himsclf. The llth house 'hold on. new hoping and-wishingfor somethingmoves beyondo<istingimagejand us modelsof ounelrrcs.' Thismaybc trui but w@ gogd doessuchan interpretationdo for anyone? astrology .ril?hat's she is orpecting there. true essencJof house 6st. are the kep which open the door to appreciated in the contoc funhcr growth and derrclopment. How infinitely more beneficid this 'Sorry old chap.your interpretation of an llth houseSaturn is than friends are no goodJ In his book TlteAstrclogl ofPernnality.ay a man with Saturnin the llth housJsomethinglike 'Your fricndswill restrictanddisappointpu.theurge The of is to becomesomethinggreaterthan we alreadyare'. emphasizingthat thc planetsand 'celestid instructions'on how a personcan signsin cachhouseoffer most naturally unfold his or her life-plan in that areaof existence.for instanci t-o Tjght_s. The astrologer ushersthe man into the vestihule of changc. rUflhen of unfolding his potentid and realizing his life-plan. the thar is the llth house normallyknownasthe 'Houscof Friends. is responsible creadng. must hara a dreambeforewe. when the . br inst-ance. a woman with Pluto in the from binh to o(pect Pluto in connection 7th houseis ptedisposed more. when tie deeper. Thc philosophicdpremiseupon which psychoiogicd basedis that a person's rcdity springpoutwardfrom his or hii 5 inner landscape thoughts. joining groupi by byidentifringwith causes whic-h usout of ourscl# andencompass lift usin a rasterschcme thingp. orpectation (or orienting paradigm) wasthe preconceptionthat a and clubs)and packof cardsconsisaof four suits:mo black(spades two red suits (hearts and diamonds). and in and fr$r.to identifr with somcthing beyond his otisting senseof self . What we scein life is coloured by what we el(Pectto see.Unles the coremeaning a of houseis grasped.and yet he is afnid of endangcring the identity he already has. hopesand wishes' begin to make senscin relationship one another. TbeAstrclogical Houses. ro Theconrcntiondwayin whichthe influenceofplanea andsigns in the houscshas been interpretcd is another bbstacleto frlly appreciating significance each the of house. For orample. this man's and productive phasc difficulties with friends becomcsa necessary oforperiencc. An 'errcnt-orientated' to a*rologer.h of for hc.the outer manifesration rcmething *U. He cants to becomegreaterthan he alreadyis .

.i"1rolc chan. bookboth asa tool for personal usc there"ader...Bydoing this.i". canry to understand roleshehasplayedin creating she the the circumstances there... they didn't even notice the card'sincongruityto their opectationsof what a sixof spades shouldlook like. iarr u. just she asan acotnissruckwith becoming.the freedom . Through oramining thc house placements our chafts. and-thet*o charts*ould look oecdythe samc'But and toits levelof awareness' mepaccording itog o.h "..an rhis ?iir-i" .s Similarly.asseen through thc signs and planets in the houses.us -that 'theto obserrrdso long agq deity which btingpthe illnessalso bringsthe cute.. To begin with. a few altetnathrcs open to her which didn't ocistpreviously.wenot only aregircn clucsasto thc bcst in w:ry to meet lift in that area. g*t. . Bcaring to snduallvoqanding itsbordcrs dlon'for otherdtematives. Sccondly. of us hasthe potentid for greatetawareness.tt pt""". for Byfacingandcomingto tcrmswith the kindsof traumas asrcciatcd with thisplanet. i:fi. canundcr$and she Plutosuphearals nocessary as oppomrnities grwth andchange. limiations of the .our archetypal orpecadons.oorai"g to hcri. and to with insteadof blaminglife or otherpeoplefor the stateof affairsin that house. zuh of * is moie than the sum of the PuF of.da"f is that orcry in the light of the whole chan' Funhermore' the is "o'oi.[ andasa guidefor chaninterpretadon'Thesuggested is .t. Oncc*r become aware wehavt an inborn biasto scethingpin a ccnain that context..an Nothing shecando will oak. other uords. not what was rcnally there. is les likely to have she to suffler gruelling sideanylongerthan necesary..l.. and fulfilment.but we alsogdn insight into thc undcrlying archetypdoqrectations openting within us. will life."*ri* ii dcterminingthc butcome'and mcaningof . . in she accepts begins co-operate herinbomnatue.. In this sense.FinallS if shecan 'use' just randomevents which Pluto in its mostconstructirc connotations.t and sign throgsl the houses intended . sheimbuesthe orpcrienccs in her life with greatermeaningand significance they iue not 'happen'to her.io. Shelearnswhat Pancelc.rr*. nria. when In was the red six of spades flashcdonto the scrcen..ffi.f of theentityforwhomit isdrawn. "ii". shccanaskherselfwhat purposethe 7th housc Pluto serves the ovcrdl unfoldmentof her lift-plan. on another But leral.na f apiEcire for theinherent factor in the chan canonly bc fully M. canbeginto workconstructircly we within that fizrncnork. Through altering the perspectira whichshe in views whatishappening.. Because lerclof consciousncss Ji..Plutoreprescna tran$rmadon and rebinh into a whole new wey of being.she'shifis'lerrcls findsthat Plutohas awholc and other dimensionof orperience oftr...manyof thc into snrdenu simplyrefuscd o'idence theiron'nelcsand torn'ened' the of the red spadcto blackin their descriptions.t the binh plays our ...22 TFIETWETVEHOUS$ BASICPREMISES o(perimentcnslippeda ray'sixof spades thc deck. ia On Pluto impliesthe tearingdorvnofforms andthe collapsc oristing of suucnrres.. is 'stuck'with Pluto in that dimensionof lift.' Awareness brings change. change that planet bcing therc.ifi.a -y phcJmentin the horoscopc contingenton the .prccondition us to cenain yraysof o<periencing Thewomanbom with Plutoin thc 7th.f inspiringtunhcr hgnetutlv broadandgencnl6utfine. Theysawonly what they orpectcdro see. filter issues relatingto pannershipthroughthe lensof that planet. then.But onceshebecomcs consciotsly awarethtt Pluto is the contort in which sheviewsthc 7th house. no rigidintcrpretetion 9f -y one factor ..ff. thousht and rdlcttion on thc natute of eachplacement' too-n$dy' or applred Mv nrscotionsshouldnot betekcnu gospcl 'cookbook' tormat. one levcl.tr.."i.n letciof onscio'sncs A *oman might be bom at the sametime' placeand date asher the Detfrog..f . In this uay.t o.

rhe map ofan individud's oristence. fairly orderly.' the * The sigrs bcarthe sarne but nlmesasthe constelladons. reflectsthis slicing of life into different sections.)i aresrMivisions of thesigtts theZodiac of of thl ediptic.th. In an attempt to manage. it is. space dividcd into different sictions was and labelled. i{e madi the heavens separare from the eanh. Similarly.thepoint stardng of signs thiny degceseach. apperenipath of the Sunaroundthe Eanh . the binhchan.space) the SpringEquingx.l\e eclipticis then dividedinto twelrc of with 0 degrees Aries. The Division of Space No matter how haphazardthe universemight seemar times.re the Sun'Jpath intenectsthe celestid equator (the. But they neededto havea frame of referincc or backdropby which to plot and pinpoint the positionsof thesemoving lighrs in the sky.and day separate from night.and is caneatheh4irc Bclt. the cclestid bodies manageto keepon their parhsand adhereto their proper motion. Moon and planets) and life on ex'ents earth. thc signs coincide.TTME AND BOTJNDARIES SPACE. light separate from darkncss. TIME AND BOUNDARIES A humanbeingis pan of the whole.rhe sum total of which make a whole.Cplic and prediaable.Eanh's at into equatorprojeaed.In order to do this. due to a and of phenominon knwn as thePrcccstion thc Eqtinws. our early human ancestors obserrcd a relationship betweencclestid (the movementsof the Sun. Moon and planets all appearro moue in a broad circular path around the ianh.k $i 53sc' (Aries. thc apparcntyearlyrnorrcmcnt thc Sun around posiiionsof the planctsarcmappcd the Eanh (sceFiguri i.l Or Tne Dlvlslorr SPnce on 8 approximately or 9 degrees cither sidcof what is knownasthe i'tOtn . nonetheles.from a geocenuic point of view. God beganHis great work by creatingthe universe and then dividing it into different pans. no ionstellations longer .how to divide spacgto createa frame of refcrcnceby which to identifr the positions of the cclestial bodies. 2t 2. flurus. Perhapsin an artempt to ascribemeaning and order to their lives.etc. . This-path cxtends Ceusnrl Eeurror Fg. SPACE. a part limited in time and space' Alben Einstein According to the Bible.Modern astrologersare faced with the sameproblem . of human beingsorhibit this sametendency to divide the wholenes of life into variouscornponent parts and phases. that the Sun. C'cmini.undersrandand make sense exisrence. It so happens.cdled by us 'Universe'. *-h.

a panicular kind of activitywhich o(presses iaelf according the to Fq. By noon of that day.in his book Hou to Interpret a Binb Cltartt.The Moonspends about2th days each in sign and tekes27vedap ro passthrough dl sweh.the Sun and the sign of Aries will be scenappearing ovet the easternhorizon the on of the observer Eanh.the Sun and Aries will be seen to be setting orcr the westemhorizon. there is another rype of morrementwhich thc horoscopemust take into consideration:the had daifi rctation of tbe furtb on itsoumaxis.the position of the signs(and anyplancts which happcn to be in them) changesin relation to the horizon.the early astrologers dividing the spacein the heavens were able to plot the position of the planets in the sky. -.The earlyastrologers to find some way to correlatethe celestialphenomena of planets moving through thc signsto the terestrid phenomenon of the daily rotation of the Eanh on its own axis. He suggests we by imagine a day in earlyspring.26 TI{ETTEryE HOUSES TIME AND BOUNDARIES SPACE. At sunrise the nort day. By sunset. Moon and the planetsaround the Eanh. The word borcscopecomes from thc Greek word 'consideradon of the asccnding meaning tonsideration of the hour' or 'time-map'.they harre or les orrcrhsad the obscrrcqand a different sign. thc Sun and Aries will again be seenin the east. Besides movementcausedby thc apparent revolution of the the Sun. stated Chaprer a planetdis. of is on the eastemhorizon. the helps the beginning student of astrologyconceptualize kind of that movementcaused the rotation of the Eanh. But they soonrealizedthat somethingmore qasneeded. througha sign.conrinudlymorarhroughthc differentsigns.ribes to As in l. at and from its noon point to its sunsetpoint. the Sun in earlyspring is situated in that pan of thc Zodiacal Belt which is known asAries. Because cenain times of the yearthc Sun would spend longer abovethe horizon. I9B5 The Division of Time 'horoscopus'.and roughlyoneyear makea full circle alfthe to of signs alongthe ecliptic. By is degree'.z PLANETSMAPPED AGAINST THE ECLIPTIC FOR JANUARY Ist. From the point of view of the Eanh. narure of the sign in which it is placed. but the Sun would hara morad approximatcly one degree funher along in the sign of Aries.however. probably Cancer.eachar its ownrare. etc. and thc opposite sign of Libra (180degrees aray from Aries) will be rising oar the eastemhorizon. Thus.The plane6. of showing wharsigneach planet to bepassing throughon anypanicular of theyear day (see lappens Figure2). thesedivisions would not alwaysbe equal. against these divisions theeclipdc. Sun and morad to aposition more Aries areno longer due east.In other words.a frame of reference to link the planetarypattern to a pafticular personborn at a ceftain time and placc. due to the daily rotation of the Eanh on ia own axis.Th_e takes Sun approximately-one month 6 p. Manin Freeman.r. The most obviouswayof doing this wasto divide the twenty-fourhour rotation of the Eanh into sectionsbasedon how long it took the Sun to morrefrom its position at dawn to its position at noon.Uranus takes approximercly ycars pass 7 to through a signand roughly g4 years makea full circle. . the horoscope literally a into signs. At sunriseon the day in question.e signs.

the sizeof the quadmnts arising from this fourfold division arescldom equal. marking-the points of sunrise. they had derrelopcda conespondence typesof human activity and the different watchesor houses. dcgreeof a cenain sign will be thi point due south of the place in question.c. By the advent of the Renaissance. an abbreviation for heavens'. The opposite poht to the Asccndant is the Descdnfunt. the housesbecamethe frame of referencethrough which the poicntialitics of a planet and sign combination could bc related to the ectual qrcnts and concernsof life.The opposite point to the Midheaven the 'the lomst is cdled the Imam Coeli or IC. the signsfound on thesepoints reveala great ded about an individual's orientation to basicorperiencesin lift.thods vEi MrDnE il€D|uil Co€Ll M. From the point of view of an obscrver'sposition on eafth.astrologers down to eafth. the manner in which the four angles should (or should not) be trisectedto form the tcth'e houscsis amajorconuocrsy inasuology. f'g. Each watch corared approximately six hours of time. and sct in the west.noon. passedoverheadof the obsener. The division of the mundanc sphere into what ercnrually bccame known asthe housesaroscout of a need to relate the axiai rotarion of the Eanh with the mo'ement of the planets in the sky. These four poina are determined asuonomicdly.Dane Rudhyar orpands Cyril hgan's view that what we now refer to as houses*ere oiiginallyperiods of time called 'watches'. The Division of thc Four Anglcs into the Twclrc Houscs While determining the anglesdoes not raise too many problems. thc sign seaing in the west. anytime of the dayfor an obsen'er eanh. a cenain sign to will be sc'en be rising in thc eastwhilc its oppositesign (180degrees auay) will be seento bc sening in the west.28 THET'$rEtVE HOUSES SPACE. TIMEAND BOTJNDARIES 29 The Division of the Chan into Anglcs lb understand housesit is csendd to remember that we aredealine with tqo kinds of morcmenr .3 Tnt Foun"Axeues . Collectively cilled tbe Anghs. UFJcET'DNT AscCr{DArt l. Asuonomicdly.Thc line connecting the Midhearrcn to the Imum C-ocli is cdtcd the ocis of tbc meridian.that of the Eanh and the other phnd around rhe Sun. on Lilcewise. asuologershad do'ised selr.ml -. !flithout the structure of the cannot bring the significanceof celestialsvents houses. Their in significanceis more fully discusscd later chapters. It is an easystep from the four watchcsto the four points in thc chart known u tlte Angles (seeFigure 3). a panicular at 'culminating' at the upper meridian.In this vay. sunsetand midnight.in othct cDrds. housesaresubdivisions of rhc Eanh.The interscrdon of the a:risof the horizon and the axis of thc meridian give rise to the four Qaadrants of the chan. Moon and planets around rhc Eanh. This is called the Midhcaun or lfC an abbro'iation for the latin rcrm Mediam Cocli 'middle of the heavens'. the Ascendantmark the intersectionof the ecliptic with rhe obsener'shorizon .The line connecting the Asccndant and Descendant is called thc am of tbc horizon.r of dividing thesecatches into the twelve housesof the horoscopc. betweenrarious Rrfthermore. thc meeting of heatrcn and eanh. In . but also the morrcmentof the Eanh on iis ois. Ifhile signsaresubdivisionsof the apparcnt renLlution of the Sun. and will rary according to the latitude and time of year of the binh.C. at any tirne of day. \Tatcheswerebasedon thehoramint of the Sun as it rose in the ebst. The degree of the sign occupying the easternrnostpoint in the sky is callcd rhe Asecnding Dcgrec and the sign it is in is cdled the Asccndant or Riitg Sign. TbeAstological Hoases. Ottiog to thc tilt of the Eanh.s diurnd (daily) rotation on its own a:<is. Coeu lmur.

The panicular way the wheel of the housesis related to the wheel of the zodiac at the time and place of binh is what makesthe chan unique for each individud. and consider thcir relationship to one another. the )th and ttth and the 6th and 12th. ]rd. However.ln the casc ofEqud Housechafis. in Thosewho suppoft the Equal HouseSystem house-division provide the least of complicated soludon. The Natural Tdn c Since the housesare determined by thc line of the horizon (where hearrcn and eanh meet).' cdls .in other systems time isthehctor upon which the division is made. Besidesjusti$ing the need for twelrrc houses. Personally. and the result of both. thc housesshont specific arcasof crrcrydayorperiencc through which the operations cf ttre sigrs ana phncs manifot.. 8th. the 3rd house 13 of degrccs ofVirgo. reaction.He arguesthat eachquafter of the chan (as defincd by the Ascendant. there seems be generalagreementthat the line to of the horizon . of then the 2nd housewould be 13 degrees Iro. including action. Cdling the Ascendant the cusp of the lst house. and the Midheaven becomes 10th housecusp.After that.Why twelve?The most obvious reasonfor this is that astrologersbelieved that the division of the mundane sphereinto houses should mirror the division of the ecliptic into twelvesigns. Manin Freemanmakesthc relationship between the signsof the zodiac and the melvdold division of the housesclearerby picturing 'great wheel surounding the eanh along whoserim the zodiac asa the planets move'. The spokcsof thc housesrotate a full circlc every twentyfour hours in line with the daily rotation of the Eanh.This whecl is fixed againstthe background of the and the signsaremarked dong the edge.this meansthat the sign on the 7th housccuspwill bc the opposite sign to the one on ttte lst house cusp.In someof these systems. will gcnerallyrelate the cuspof the 10th houseto the Midheaven.But how the intermediate housecusps the (that is.The twelrrchouscs hea'rcns. sprceis divided to determine thesecusps. Turopeople may be born on the sameday and havethesame they are born in a different sign positions of the planets.the 8th and 9th houses continue what is staned by the Descendant and 7th house.they simply divide the ecliptic into twelvecqual-sized houses of thirry degrees each. and to our lives.if the Ascendantqcre 13degrees Cancer. we want to end up with rwelra houses. The lst and 7th housesare alwaysopposite onc anoth€r . etc. I favour orrerthe Equd House Systcmand for the purposes Quadrant systems of this book. Eachof the t*chc houscsrcprcsens a diftrcnt dcpanment of lift .the four points of thc anglesall correspond housecusps: Ascendantbecomes to the the lst house cusp. thc 3rd and 9th.is the basisupon whidr the division of the chan into houses should rest. they relate the activitics and cnergics synrbolizcd by thc planea in thc signs (cclcstial oents) to actud lift on eanh (tencsuid crrcna).the Midhearrcn does not necessarily coincide with any house cusp. thc The binhchan is a frozen moment in time which shovm panicular planets. and divided four quadrants into twelrrc houses.in Quadrant sptems of housc-division. the Descendant becomesthe 7th house cusp. More will bc said on the cyclic processof the houses later. dthough thc actud degree on the cusp will stay the same.and fot reasonsorplained in the Appendix. most astrologers agreethat the Ascendantshould mark the caspor beginning point (or lcading cdge) of rhe lst house and the Descendantshould mark the cusp or beginning poinr of the 7th house.the Ascendant-Derendant oris . i. 'spokes of a moving wheel superimposed on the greater are like thc wheel'. 9rh. So fir we havc divided spaccinto signs. but becausc placc or at a diffcrent time. 31 On the whole.'2 In his opinion. 6th. Descendant and Midheaven)should 'each be divided into three houses becausc opemtion of lift is hasically thredold.the lth and 6th houses fulfil what is begun by the IC and 4th house. It's time to assignmeaning to the houses.Rudhyaroffersa more philosophical answer.3 Since the Eanh rotates once everytwenty-four hours. the 4th and toth. divided time into four quadrants. urh and tzth of houses)should be cdculated raises many questions. thc planetary pattem will be seenin a different area of the hearan. in diffcrent houses. A fuller discussion of the question of house-division is included in Appendix 2.ln orhervords.a paniorler phascofwhat Rudhyar 'thc spcctrum of agedencc'.Rudhyar's reasoning hclps us to appreciate the fact that the meaning and relevenceof eachhousc follons on logicdly from the previous one. The houscs are traditionally counted anti-clockn'ise from the Ascendant. ln othcr words. the IC becomesthe 4th house cusp.and the llth and 12th housescomplete what cas initiated by the Midhearan and tOth house. astrologers disperse all directions.e. and the cusp of thc 4th house to the Imam Cocli.So. One way or another.]O TI{E T'UgELVE HOUSES TIMEAND BOI. the t'welve signsand ten planea passthrough thc twelrc housesin that period.This samerule apPlies to the other pairsof oppositehouses:thc 2nd and 8th. then. the cusps the 2nd.That's enough dividing for nor'.JNDARIES SPACE. thc 2nd and 3rd houses carryout the significance of the Ascendantand lst house. signs and housesfor the time and place of dignmcnt of bifth.IC. trh.

however.Venusand thc 2nd house another. and its main purpose is to hclp the student gun ^ deepcr under*anding of what the housessignrS.planetsand houses.THE TWEIVE HOUSES TIME SPACE. the meaning of eachhousemirrors the meaning of the tweh. a etc. because borh Aries and the Ascendant(cuspof the 1sthouse)arebeginning points in their respective cycles. Mars. tbc l lir ilr boases aperson'sc/tart uill almost neaera/igntltemseltesin sac/t in an eract conespondence uitb tbe signs as in tbe Nataral Zodiac. rhe first degree of Arics is placed on the Ascendant. AND BOUNDARIES 13 |illr i iil|l iLr 1l Ll But we still havethe problem ofassigning meaning to the diftrent houses. In rctaal prrcticc. in Tlte Astrologer's CasebooL.that any planet or any sign canbe locatedin anyhousedependingon the exact time. the firsr degreeof llurus is placed on the cusp of the 2nd house. More spccifically. each house is generally allotted a field of experience.the point wherethe celestial of equatorinrersecrs the ecliptic at the Spring Equinox.Aries. Since the Aries and the Asccndant both connore beginnings.4 Txe NaruRn Zoonc . The Houses as Ficlds of Experience In many textbooks. She fecls that astrologydepicts rwelve wap of being in the world. The Natural Tndiec is symbolic. Therefore. Theserwelve of aspecrs of the totality of life can be written in different ways. ln what is cdled the Notaral Zodiac (seeFigure 4).fhurus is consideredsimilar to the 2nd house. Zipporh Dobyns. For instance one traditional meaningof the 4th houseis 'the . Signs symbolize one form of the lerters of the alphabet.5describes astrologyas a symbolic languagein which the signs. dcrribing a panicular setof circumstances a person's in life. Marsand the lst houserepresent one letter. and the urge to make an impact on the environment.and houses anotherstill.and so on right through to the connection of Pisces with the l2th housc.the factorssymbolizedby a sign. etc. other in words. Taurus. it is understandablethat they should sharea similar meaning. Mercuryand the 3rd houserepresent third letter..of the 9th houseis and oneof the areas corrred 'institutions'. Signs.the point where the horizon of the observeron eanh inrersecrs ecliptic. home'. The ruler of Aries. The yearly cycle the Sun'sapparenrmovementaround the Earrh bcginswith of 0 degrees Aries.Generdly. Aries is a sign which implies 'initiation'. fresh srafts. the fint degree of Gcmini is placcd on the cusp of the 3rd house.however.just as in the English alphabet we have upper case.esigns of the zodiac Aries is considcred similar to the lst house. by thc 12th houseis Texrs us that if we want to tell know what a person's home is like. The daily cycleof the Sun ttuough the houses symbolicallybeginswith the Ascendant.and the first impulse to act. representdifferent ways in which rhe same rwelve basic principlcs can be expressed. placeand date of binh.Gemini.If wewant to know what will happen ro a personon long Fi9. The coupling of 0 degrecs Arieswith the Ascendantdoesmake of sense.alsodenores initiatory energy. we should examinethat person's 4th house.lower caseand italic letters. 'long journeys'.the will-ro-be. or melvesides life. planets and housesform the alphabet. planet or house will be found to be mixed. It must be remembered. The Ascendantand lst houseare associared with birth and the wayin which we meet life. planets another.

just assummerfollons spring and day spare-timeactivities'?Surely. I cmphasized the coremcaningof thc housemust inner meaningfrom which springdl be grasped that essential to connected that housc.theps:rchologist a ln a lecture entided'Creating Sacred Mead. boring and not rrcryhelpful. through the subjcctive 'nice' someone does something If Pluto is in the 4th house.erren underhand as for us in our home might be pcrceived dangerous.and if we cant to find the we or will out honrsomeone fue in hospitals prisons shouldconsider this the placemenain the l2th.archerypdkemel. reducibleto bia and pieces a clock. no but alitde aboutthc endof thingp.to middle. most imponantly. cheese Margaret from bcginning. astrology. 'age of Dr Houston laments that we are thc victims of an intcrrupted proces'. hedth and small animds' and sisters'? 'creative hobbics and spawnedby the Jth houseof self-o<pression. Peoplemovedinto their headsand ldt the rest of their bodiesbehind.through a scriesofsteps.isolated.'Fromthc cdf being bom to making to watchthe Meadwas taughtasachild to do entircp(xesscs. the signsand planetsin the a housesuggest bestand most naturd mannet in which we 'should' meet that areaof life in order to unfold and realizeour houscof the writes.In hrt 2 of this book.'each inherentpotentiditics.*t knm. therdore I am heralded a major split bctncen mind and matter. there must be somefundamental reason house leads on to the nexr. Her calf being born. Process both lifc and the housesforfeit their essential Division is only embedded in the very root of human experience. sentientand alive. we crackthe shell of eachhouscin an attempt to and 'get at' the meaty.we arenot even as awareof ourselves distinct from anything else. and the material and spiritual were inextricablylinked. lD0hy rhe 2nd houseof 'money. is wayof interpreting houses flat. SimilarlS astrologycameto cmphasizcprediction and outcome at the orpense of an understanding of the dceper significanceof things. phases. house we dancesand changes house. and threatening. famousstatement.Placemens a house wc the inner landscape the inborn images carrywithin whichare 'projeaed'ontothat sphere. we shouldanalyse 9th house. they unfold a processof supreme and developmentof a significance. The mechanistic world view led to a belidthat nature could and should be controlled. Wc knowa litdc about thc bcginning of thingp. and continues to reign even though has twentieth-centuryphysics shownthetrelationsbip is eaerytbing . and the endles associations possibilities of 'the homc' for a reason. cut through dl its layers Planetsand signsin a houserertedmuch more than iust what in dcscribe might bewaiting 'out there'for us. aboutthc life of Margatet JeanHoustonrelatedan anecdote her mother to tcachhcr how to makc As a child.'6 The HouscsasProcess t Pqr-hology'.\?'eei-. Natural science basis in reason and faith. to end. Conceived in their totality. Ironically. ergosam'. and brothers by the 3rd houseof rWhyis the 6th houseof 'work. the alsolost its sense process its fceling for thc organicwholeness of and of lifc. nt harrc idcaaboutthemiddle.and then out a of merge back again. By the seventeenth century this world view had changeddramatically. Houses are not separate.and perceived their own needs had its assubordinate to thoseof the community. The eanh wasno longerthe Great Mother. AND BOTINDARIES TIME '' closeto naturein small socialgroups. AsDaneRudhyar a chan symbolizes spccidisedaspectof [our] dbarrna. by build an identity which can ultimately expand to include all of creadon. immediate environment. Unlessappreciatedzrs process unfoldment.Pcople thc sixteenth SPACE. are dear.spiritual universewas of replaced by a different notion: the world as a machine. of the and prisons'hardly scratch surface the 12th housc.erge of an amorphoussea. Bcforc thc lircd century dominantyorld vicwrzs orguric.1'ou goingto hara cheese. Staning at birth from the Asccndant. is meaning.but.the story of the emergence human being. motherreplied.HOUSES TI{ETWEIVE . resources posesions' follovrcd and is 'the mind. dangling segmentsof life. like but a mechanism. Our curent culnrrc is insufferably imbalanced. study of nature'scycles and movements.The sense an organic. Margaretasked 'Yes. which functioned on the basisof mechanicallaws. and which could bc cxplaincd in termsof the movemcntand arrangementof its rarious pans. Houses weredescribedby keywords and meaningswhich made them seem asif they wereunrelated to one another.I think. \flhile rcmetimesquite accurate.that notbing can be understood isolated from its context. dominated and cxploited.!7e tum on a switchand the world is sct in motion. is The 4th house rcferredto asthe housc The 9th houseis associated shouldbc understood.Gradually. Fragmentation becamethe rule of the day.takeshape. of It/c harrclost the sense the nanrral rhythmsof lift. filter whatishappcning \Ufle outsidc then lensof thc sign(s)or planct(s)in a house.Descanes' 'Cogito.But. In that Chapter1.or only looselyconnected. and that reason travelisjust onewaythat a moregeneral with 'longjoumqls' because 'Hospials process with associated the 9th housecanbe lircd out. why one turns into night.4 journgls. .

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what is known u theparent-imago. .iandrhe more much of a known quanttly-'should is les visible and who is not so client b..have (saturn' capricorn ro makein orderto conformto societdstandards and the l0th house).Most astrologers w€recontenr with this classfication.t or'father) may not describe the as a person. The maternity-of like .it.The l0th houseis much more obvious than the 4rh.*ildt qt{t' is usuallv i.d to the 4th house.howerrcr' (be it It is imponant to remembei that placemens in the 4th the'ay the.. -d what is bad and not dloqad' *tro'.-rrains thc child . curiously wondering how it 'ended up' in that panicularfamily..rr"..but the work of Uz Greenehasshedsomeambiguity in this area.Tiaditiondly it has dways made sense to associate 4th house(naturdly ruled by the Moon and Cancer) the with the Mother.Sr'r.rpt. orhibit many qualities other than those associated tdil. Not all charts make it this easy. he can be associated with the 4th house."i't fC and Uranus in the 4th house.Shc has found from hcr considcrableenperience and orpertise asan astrologicd consultanrrhat her clients' description of the relationship to their mothers seemedto corelate more closely with the 10th house. she is the great whoserole tt tsto watch onc with ihom we spendthe most time and and ov€r us and teach us the difference berween what is good It is normdly the mother *... Thc Moon is not just mothcr.parcntactudly was *oitt.normdlfupn3ys ittUo. i-rge of the parent.ft. wasbom with the Sun.the frst major adjustment we.t*. tne socidizing influence.fte parent'sfiuli.yt. he is normdly the breadwinnerand the one out More the public."a"pting 'hidden Parent" the one who with the t0th house. i it .the 4th denotesqualities we carry stemming from our racial or ethnic origins: those aspects of the accumulatedhistory and evolution of our racewhich reside within us. the mothir'nay-sayer' ot childhood. . but thechildin quesdon selcctitely'scrrcnty-firrc .e-ty should bc associatcd i"fil.. the the view thlt if somithing goeswrong betweenthe parent and asuologyplaces 6y .. 4th house.In practice.rttolog.. the family into which we were born.ft ir alwaysrnother or vice versa.. MarcelProust. and the kind we 'scripting' ofconditioning or we received there .Saturn in the 4th or Capricorn on the IC sometimes derribes a home atmosphere which wasfelt ascold. and in infancy we aremore responsive the mother's moods to and feelingsthan to the father's. The Moon or Cancerthere blend easilyinto the home environmenr. and it used to be thc practice that the son follovrcd the father's profesion.o"trast' pqrchological . and the 10thhouse(naturally ruled by Saturnand Capticorn) with the Father. whereas Uranus orAquarius in this position often feclslike a suanger in a strangeland..--l TI{E TWETVEHOUSES TFIE IMUM COEU AND TI-IE FOURTI{ HOUSE t7 of origin'.Saturn and Capricorn: after dl. the at leasrhalf oithe rcsponsibility on the child for orperiencmg panicularrrray.iry and theiefore maybe better correlated and perhaps€'ven Also.if I ascenainthat the Moon and I find Gemini on with an Aquarius Afi.in this case. it is also our brigins' and we inherit our name from the f*her. V. fathcr.and thc workingsof memory iaelf.the one perhapsmore accurateto saythat the *ittt *ttom thc child spendsthe most time and who has the most ttte child to soci.after tdking with a educatcdguessasto which Pgelt th.. a little girt *ittt Situm in the 4th will be side of her father's nature. .up front and publicly recognizable sometimeshidden the lgth house.....". or a backgroundof a long line of staunchconservatives..nita. in a most f. The influence parental figures hara on us is normally amributed to the 4th-10th house axis.o'*hi.Thefatheimayut-"^T--{!lj cent tol per .o.'the Saturiine with or6U"Ut. and may feel an affinity and appreciationfor thc tradition out of which it hascome. For example.Jil 'shapingparent' . Since for the 4th houseis linked to Cancerand the Moon.ir"st . frtiia ir a clear fact . an aPt descriptionof the father. it would -se5m-lifely is . and the mother is much more obviousto the child than the father. Howwer. but the twenty-tive will pri".orrrr.. the opposing argumentsare equdly convincing. In this vay. strict or unloving.the psychological family inheritance.[era io..while the image of father worked better with thc 4th.It is saferand f.Delving evendeeper.h house.".2 There aresolid cascs and againstboth schoolsof thought. Mercury Jupiter and Uranus all in Cancei in the 4th.but iarhir the way in which the child experienced .For instance. Planetsand signs in the 4th revealthe atmosphere felt in that home.Gemini .y'th.ii.tem societyat leasi.r-traits.. IC ro the mori hidden and mysterious point and the 4th housc.rr.who in TbeRememberance ofTbings Past uplorcd in unsurpasseddetail his early life and innermost feelings. then it would seem reasonable assignit to the mother. that ir is possibleto fix a view that the 4th isalways ia*'J. Ji.. while Venusin the 4th or Libra on the IC will likely be more attuned to the love and harmony within the early home. the child's 4 t"?? o"r. 'liaditional ps'ychology.Paternity iimore speculative. Hc will . Her womb wesour origind to home.-rp""ri. orample (assuming4t 4$ houseto For o"t. The father is rhen connectedto the 10th house.6.r can formulate an client's U.. a. the.ypJ Per cent of the time.'n.fpoUi.fr.

.the predilectionto seea parent in a panicular w:ryoften hasthe effect of turning the personinto what is being projectedonto him. whrcnPeoPre kept whichtheyhave .|f-J.Eliot writesthat my beginning is my end. Forinstance the chan of the girl's fathcr with Saturnin the 4th may . i. Howwer.asingly ofour monaliryandconscious avare '6.. and can makethesemorcconsctortsl! there' what's.i."llydisclose-truths aboutthemselves guarded decades. !0hat is riJst deepwithin us comes movedbv the deathof a or rotin and perhaps . S. The Moon and Neptune often slip away 'go and whileMars Uranus out witha bang'' quietlyandpeacefully.. in addition to describingour inherited origins and that which resides with the home deep within us.[er sooner in to dealwith difficult placements thishouse i. rariousforms of meditationgnergies us -rrfrit s whichtakes into ourselves bring4th house to aveiltDle to'the *.makl encl needs to 4nd in morespace our lives express ventour innermost for life is a prercquisite of she&orperience f. Becomingconscious the origins of of these attitudes allowsfor the posibility of changing them..il.. and deepcst mostintimate th1 soit isnotzurprising 9ur .friatn aiso out at the end' lvlany of lift..t. with us.. is associated in basein generd. And her 'The then the little girl saysto herself. show the Sun in Capricorn.ri tr litt ti-. maywillingly. Capricorn ascending. self-reflecrion. up "a"ir"Ute our Pa$. Venus there ends things neatly and fairly.rapy. all tied up in a pretty bundle. Funhermore.or a Sun-Saurn conjunction.All unlouble' and men arecads'.' The 4th house.. can grcatly aid this process. "i.o *"t.The litde girl we harrc been discussing with Saturnin the 4th dready hasa few oristentid 'hther 'Pather life-statements coming to the fore doesn'tlorc me' and is a cad'. Rather . *itt U*otie we "*. ^ halt su'ounding thesecond thc suggeits conditions 1. tft.extreme rn illustrationof this is the dcath-bedcontessron. . errenif her father's chan is not that closea descriptionof the placemenc in lrer 4th house..to narne but rwo.Delving into the 4th house. The 4th house. . The 4th house. in r. Shewill caffy thescinside her evenafter she hasdepaned from the parenral home where they will blossom 'Men into more full-blown attitudessuchas.which showsthe archetypes acti%ted in the earlyhome life berweenourselves and the parent in question.l THE TWETVEHOUSES TTIE IMUM COEU AND THE TOURTI{ HOUSE j I : which he is cold and critical will be what the daughter registers. Saturnmay prolong or bcgrudge an ending. motiradonsmay not emirge until the later years'One..k.down than neglecting in life. dwayscatches iikt hter.ty..\U(/e of interpret the environment in a cerain way and then form concreteattitudes about oursehasand life but there' in generd bascdon theseperceptions. or finding other waysof organizing orperience.. but the orperienceswe harrcaschildren add layers upon layers flesh to these.i. find mc unwonhy and . cad .toan. for "-*y.it.i.. depictsour origins but it is alsoassociated with how we end thingp. ..I knew he waslike that all along.f"..fi"g'r. If shekeepsreacting to her father asif he is an unkind persone\rcnwhen he is displaying love and generosity.erantudly he might become so frustrated that he turns sour toqrards or giras up and aroids hcr altogether. 'in T.' But washe? lWeare born with rhc barebonesofcenain innatepredispositions and orpectations. More often that not there is a collusion betweenthe parentd image in thc child's chan and key placementsin the chan of the parcnt.. bn thisbasis. 'enact The manner in which qleultimately resolrcan issue or a closure' will bc related to placementsin the 4th. What kind of atmosphere we create the homc? do there?What qualities in thehomc \7hat do we aftract to ourselves environment do we most naturdly resonate with? Thesequestions can be answeredby oramining thc planea and signs in the 4th.

md stylewith whichit is pursued'-A or or Uranus) . . . but it alsoserves the as principle around which the planea orbit. of a popular song remind us that 5ttr and rwerberating througtrout Embedded deep in our psyches. and ro radiate out into life like the Sun.. By thc time we reachthe 5th house. to be recognizedfor our spe-cialnes.susqest *oort. we believethat the cenainly will Mother want to loveand captirating we ate. protected.I 6r ril l l 7. is giving warmth. and this house(naturally associated with Iro and the Sun) rcflectsour urge to expand.i us]Enslavingand enchantingothcrsvith our unique rahrc lrrd *onh is one way of cnsuring *I ar. In this centralorganizing 'I'.Jpt"it..rJ". opt "ion.The words 'everybody is a star'.i Lrii might and Cancer raurus oidance.i. One woman I kncv with the Sun and Marsin the 5th couldn't tolerate it being in the sameroom with the televisionon.'*ftil.qrernusl lWe be a specialJorTueone.-!1 Mcrcury or C'emini in thc 5th may denote a talent t111il .it is just one of many. the more p[i." i" thelth stridtigtrt +: posible ""'!".unless turn andbccome children. fed.I sayto you.we nov/ know that we are not 'a everything. caredfor' and therefore more likely to stay alive. are not all there is. . heat and life to the eanh.r k ynoteof the Jth is ginerativity .. we discover own discrereidentity. likc you will neverenterthe kingdomof heaven' Manhewrg:3 In thc 4th. To some this meansliterally alwaysbeing the cenrreof attention .which simply de{ined 'the ability to produce'ITheserwo principles. is not the only Sun in the galaxy.il.a cravingto be worshippedlikc thc Sun.'scientists mathematicians apply themsehres ther 'lhe or greatananistry or plTion asa Picasso Pavlom' work with as lrl I IL I rL I . the ith houscis an-innatedisire 'curer' ot rnore spell-binding and As childrcn. to becomemore and more. sense..but we arenot contentjust to be somegns'.iii." crltira orprcsion. but in the 1th we our revel in it. of around Individualswith strongplacemenr in the )th panakeof the qudities of the Sun. may be absorbed for writing or public speaking..ne lth neednt be just painting a picture or performing . The nature of life is to grow.t weengage. and they need to feel that othersare revolving around them.the Sun is like thc personal ego or the the centre of consciousness which the diffcrent aspects the selfrevolve. they need to feel influential. Virgoin this position morethan Hon'ever' and adeptat sewing handiwork' orccptionally here placements the ouil. deforce(Mercury Somepeopte comcstraightfrom the hean (Moon or Neptune)' . the fue of the 5th rages conriously and isjoyfully fanned by the sclf.endea\tours.i?. although vitally central and imponant. The fire of the lst house burns without evenknowing it is buming.[."n be an intellerti^l' too. because meant that othersin the room might focuson it rather than her. the need. THE FIFTH HOUSE you Tiuly. but we can try to be the most important rhing there is. They need to shine and createfrom inside themselves.to means be lorad for our specidnessand the desire to createtrom rnslde with thc lth underfiimost of the traditional associations ourselves. d.ry. The lth housc is the area of the chart attributed to creatira although the most obviously with anistic. house. a. phbtogr"ihy canbe JiUii a fliir foi iookiig. ilotlr. The function of the Sun in our solarsyscem rwofold: it shines.Neptune or Pisces o. We must remember that the Sun.h .*iiUitg Jnich creative ptece ot ti.i"iry to "f can or a dance.

The word 'recreation' literally meansto make new. The lth house is more broadly associatedwith hobbies. many of us havecareers jobs which do not entail or this degree of engagcment. this or her own^ pan of us is often quashed. (Corypare and reassuring sad$es deeply embedded*yi*l gth . signs and planetshere reflectwhat our and our ourselncs from other houses. it is the sheerecstasy orenion and the pitting of the self againsr of the elements or odds.romantic lWe encountersenhanceour sense specialness. contesr For of the and competition.aschildren.in a varietyofways'-For pl".and depictsthe way in which we tacklethe an of living.rnder the sign of Sagittarius wirh Saginariusrising or at angl.thoseLoin . \fe can heal we by child.tr pdt product.the archetypalprinciple(s) most likely activatedin thescsituations. For orhers.However. wofthwhile ^new books and-ideas.ythrough the creativeoutpbutings. Uranus' idea of bringing "ft"ia ""a children may embracethe most new and avant-gardetheories up on the subject.we losefaith in our budding who *.o-e what liansactional Analysisrefersto as 'thc adapted child'. becomethe main of focus of attention for somcbodyelse's feelings and we can display our very speciallove to someoneelse.) of Allitris leadsio one of the main representations the lth of children.Thc lth describes activitieswhich makeusfeel good about ourselves makeus glad and to be alive.ttrt 'instance. In line with examp-les housecan be interpreted. in ourselves giving the tb'e and acceptance weredenied aschildren to our own progenyor other young peoPlewe encounter' Howerrcrwe do it. A good sexrd relationshipcontributesto our rnse of povrcrand qronh.and thc manner in which this is undenaken. Similarly. satum there may be tenified of the responsibilityof parcnting that they won't be good at it.-. is this the houseof the actor.I 62 THETWELVE HOUSES THE FIFTH HOUSE 6' rllilr I I lli i li I I ri ili producespontaneously joyfully.howerrcr. This powerto enchantand hold the atrention of othersis very insdnca. Hoqr\rcr. to revitalize and inspire with life and encrgy. Most symbolically cniure-thcir survival. thc joysof winning and coming first. thc lth housecould .while otherssufferextraordinary and binh pangs.children . thc 4th and toth housesindicate how we view our parents.. gambling and speculation are assigned the lth aswell . they are more imponant than they first appear. in this Jupiter in the 'th may literally produceJupiterian. Unfonunately.wherewetestour wit and imaginadon to against fate and chance. Romancefinds its wayunder the heading of the 5th house.highlighting both our ability to give pleasureand the capacityto aftract others to us.h lovesto play and which dwaysstays to us all is rporrt"tt. it is nevertoo late to hara a hapPy chtldhood' our sre augmenr and enhanceour unique identityand orercise As a.aswell assomethingabout thc kind of person who ignites us.Besides being exciting. constellatedbetween the placementsin the 5th describe arche-types children. Through thesepursuitswe feel the joy of beingfully inaolaed in somcthing. passionate.and shedid not intend this solely in terms of career.lbobften. we may errcngeneratesrunning works of art.that pan aptly be called the house of out own Inner Child 9f eterndtf f9t"tg.Bcnefiting society. Sexual expressionis also linked to the 5th. heart-wrenchingor whatever.".Planes and signsin the Jrh suggest types the of spare-timepursuits we might ocplore. trttt* ui *tti. More than just describingexternalchildren.whereweseekto transcendour personalboundarics this to thl through intimacy.is not the main . Inrnriably. and Theseall soundteribly lowkeyfor a houscruled by the Sun and [ao.Liii ..orrs.upiter in the lth to mean our prcdisposition of life: we projectJupiter onto our children or are prone area init "t to registertheirJupiteiian sidemore stronglythan anyof their other in traiti Planetsin tihe lth alsodescribeour experience the role of parenr. than for bein-g "ti. hobbies and amusementsharrc an almost therapeutic effcct. through generating offspring' riznl. we will Pfoject the stateof our own 'the daryag-ed inner child onto our actual offspring.Or we canunderstand orJupiter conjunct to encounterJupiter . arnusements spare-time pleasures.of tlre tth' *. this lighr. etc. or thi Sun.1r interesting children who in somc way conuibute to society.Above and beyondpurely crearive expression. The creativeoutlets associated with the lth also include spons and recreation.. and matching np to our parents'orpectations In this way. progeny mean to us. natural child who craves be lovedfor his " specialnesand uniqueness.Placements the lth reveal in 'create the way in which we romance'. crearionsof the body and thl physicalextensions the people primarily exPresstheir creative drives (and self. There is a great danger that our enthusiasmand vitality rrould run dry unlesswe had spare-time inteteststo recharge reinvigorate and In ourselrres. Hobbics and spare-time amusemenrs afford the opponunity to panicipate in what we want and like to do. individuality-"nd b. we are lovedfor conforming rather and standards. One client with an obviouslth houseslantdescribed 'professional herselfasa person'.b. someit is the challengc athletics. upon oraminarion.

In the 5th.and because is in the nature of the self it to create. A monk toldJoshu: have the Please teach me. and that we live this in our everydaylives. 6ttr .' 'Haveyouearen yourriceporridge?' Joshuasked: The monk replied:'l have eaten. the 6th houseasksthat we 'perfection respectand regain the of our original nature'. The 6th housefollowsthe Jth and reminds us of our natural boundariesand the need for clearerselfdefinition.I that we becomewhat we aloneare(no more. In the ith housewe no longer believeweore everything.but we don't know when to stop. Our true vocation is to be ourselves. no less). because self takes the joy and pride in doing so. wc createprimarily for ourselves.\Titnes the reluctancemany people harrcto releasingeither thcir worksof an or their children into the world.' 'Then you had betterwash your bowl.' Joshusaid: A Zen story The main problem with the 5th houseis a tendencyro 'go overthe top'.but westill think wc canbe or do znything. 8. lWedelight in self-expresion.64 THETOqELVE HOUSES concernof this house. TI{E SIXTH HOUSE 'l jusrcntered monastcry. Like the philosophy of Zen.

at which they can work slowly and steadily.not to mention the fact you can't stand the after-shave he wears? or Congratulations. at work.the need to follow a rigid schedulehelps thc to order and pattern life. 'Reality has both a "within" and a "without". you've had a baby girl. work is something ue baaeto do in order to suPport daily existence. but hou we do it. work. For instance.the correlation betweenthe inner world of mind and feelings and the outer world of form and the body. Doing this feelsright and good.thosewith Saturn or Capricorn here may prefer a stablejob with clearlydefined requirements.The 6th houseis 'unfinished around sibling and early pcer business' 121) and with co-workers.don't you think you might haveoffended that shyboy in the cornerwho didn't errcnharrea chanceto spcak because you monopolized the conversation? The time hascomero takestockof ourselves. to recognizethe limits and truth of our own nature and humanity. and make In dispensations.66 TTIET\UTELVE HOUSES THE SD(TH HOUSE 67 Thc 6th house shakcsa finger at the lth and retons: Very well. eachof us of necessities cveryday. hasa panicular body. one way. it's wonderful to give orpressionto your creativeflair. service. serve adjustments and by being who we are. establish priorities. But much more than describingthe type of employment. but have you examincd the practicalitiesof this asa long-term relationship . the placementshere suggestthe way in which we approach(or should approach)doing the iob . rUTe have to structure our dme. if we believeas Kieikegaarddid. while Pluto or Scorpio stirs up intrigues and complo< 'naturally squared' the 3rd (seepage encounters. Through the necessary refinements of the 6th house.No matter how divine or wonderful we think we ate.'3 The 6th house exploresthe relationship ber.The end result is a perfectlyfinished product or the maintenanceof the proper functioning of society.not just ubat we do. 'health. and we as cannot be asfree and spontaneous we might like with our lives if we know the alarm clock is set to ring at seventhe next morning. Planes and signsin the 6th describe the isues reladng to work and employment. relationshipsmay resurface .ween what we are inside and what surroundsus on the outside . frustration and dis-easemessengers tclling us that somcthing is awry and needsto bc oramined. Funhermore. is indeed the oppositeof dcspair.and aboveall.while thosewith Uranus and Aquarius in this housenormally hate to punch a clockand would much rather work without a bosslooking over them. a pear seedcan neverbecomean apple tree. Daily employment also implies roudne and adjustment. brush our teeth. pay bills and cope with the mundane redity. however. Tiry. Placements this housemay rwed could be a uarcl agent. best We Nobody canfulfil that purposebetter than ourselves. you are having quite a sizzling romance. and Neptune or Pisces pints at thc local pub. is The nature of relationshipswith co-workcrs alsoshownby 6th Venusor Ubra heremay fall in lora with someone houseplacements. 'work is the rent wc Pay for lifc. that 'to will to be the self which one truly is. all It is a basic fact of existencethat life has to be lived within boundaries.' For Somebodyonce said that many of us. but haveyou really done it thar cleverly? That painting is not quite right yet and you've orhausted yourselfstaying up rwo nights working on it. a pafticular mind. Now adjust your scheduleand life to her and keep thosecleannappiescoming. But the consequences not respectingthe truths of our own nature ale for stress.'2The 6th houseis all about stickingto our plan and blossominginto precisely what we are meant to bc.the work-forceis composedof raried individuals eachperforming thc panicular skills they havedevelopcdbest.we becomewhat we done can be. We escape existentialanxiety which freedomof choicemight provoke:wehavea job and we know where we must be. Idealljt. and adjustment to necessity'. and somepanicular task 'designed' in a cenain way to servea PurPose are to perform. to assess the use we are making of our power and capabilities. dirriminate between to priorities. \7c have to arive there more or lesson time. and suggest tasksthat in wecan potentidly do most well. or Rememberthat pany lastweekwhereyou really let yoursclfgo? tVhcn you look back. stem from this bodymind connection. The traditional6th houselabels. the natureof our jobs -Jupiter or Sagittarius draw the Moon or Cancerlook aftcr children. wc sdll have to eat. or Sure. Nor should it.r it may. lUTe or function specificd in our own individud make-up and nature.

optimal functioning of the body dominareand structurethe life.Theseare true watchwords the 6th house' of our unique individuality and \fie embarkon life unconscious .the right useof brushes. qualities as'a server'and our deeperfeelingsand attitudes our own regarding serviceare shown by placementshcre. liaving litde time for anyrhingelse Horrever. in turn. p^rychological well asarthritis. osteopathy. while too little work can leave us listless not and lethargic. and how we managein the more subservienr position is shown by the 6th. some people will use illnessas a way of escapingfrom a job they hate or which doesn't suit them. *or1*' itseif to a frazzlc.bo submii to the demandsof the greaterwhole' Lut each In a healthy person (as in a healthy society)each.some to an obsessive specialdiets and techniquesfor maintaining. working . body and feelings into a harmonious rclationship. but alsoa source a sense of ofwonh and purpose. beenmentionedthat the body.. as in meeting everyday indicaic "ligiaity in the 6th nrihesinto life. TheAmerican Book of Natrition ond Medical Astrology by Eileen ftly"ll San (publis'hedby Astro Compudng Services.o-pon. Mars hje.. The 6th house also describes our relationship to the mechanic who works on our car.How wecopewith dispcnsing authority. while Neptune is still trying to rememberwhere left the it moP. Optimally the mned mechanismwherethe different cellswork for body i.rs in homoeopathy. Thereis an obviousrelationbetween work and health .only to bediagnoscd it However.Studies haveshownthat the number of rcported illnesses increascs areas in where the uncmployment rate is rising. Overworkstrainsthe hedth. Marsin the 6th may cleanthe houselike a tornado'. The way we use our time and the kind of atmospherewe need in order to function happily in daily life is shownby the 6th.tt. orcellentttealers many. It is a kind of rehearsal the reladonshipsof for equality we form in the 7th house.that is. fineiy " in the good of the largerorganism. p!{ect and purify ourselves.who arearound us in our everyday .This may seema trivial considerationand yet a good number of peopleareprofoundly affcctedby their experience 'hook' of caring for animals.t "sttoiogy recommended. etc. Psyihe (mind) and sonza(body) are inextricably linked' physiological rise and chemicalimbalances.asthe path to God and more enlightened statesof being. Conversely. medicineaswell at. and is highly in medical ir"-in.ir.we find ourch'es in relationships of inequality. In cenain cases. yetCach must.'i. Pets can be the for any variety of projectionsand for somepeople their_relationshipto their dog or pe cat is asimponant aswith anyhuman. Thiny peoplemay bc working under us. is an over-srmplficadon later with high blood-pressure. Diego. ir canbe associated traditional havea 6rh house herbalism.must one is pan of alargu system. stateof the body will influencehow we think and feel.in fact anyone who is serving in someq/ay. Signs and planets in this housecolour the energies bring (or should we bring) into everydaytasks and how we approach the rituals of 'white mundane existence. of proficiencyappliesto issues health aswell aswork. Many individuals with 6th house placementsare especially degree'In interesiedin health and fitness. asmany peopleview humiliw and service the pinnade CI of human endeavour.our mind.t.give to psychological proUt.. Ir hasbeensaid for imaginadon'. This is not to be taken lighdy.individual rmelfand yet worksin harmony with the other componenrassens The 6th houseasksthat we bring our different pans . 'unh"rryi"g could Sarurn of significance i9Tai" illneses.we are'\We a and ultiriately become better unless )b_ut could be rhe mosrwonderfullyinspiredartisr(1th house (6th [ouse) . we learn the toolsof the craft or paints and canvas we won't be able to concretize realizeour 'techniqueis the liberationof thc that iosibiliries. perfectionand technicd The 6th houseconcern forcraftsmanship.aredso assigned life to the 6th house.nonetheless the need to be productive and useful is somehowbasicto human nature. lossor deathof a beloved The animd canrigger many psychologicaland philosophical issues. with and emphasis. California) great depth.Although the dominant work ethic of rVesternculture may seemextremeor easilyabused.the extremecases. massage. our doctor and his or her receptionist. 'channel'for being who. Pets. while emotional and mental turmoil can manifestin about the something may reveal The 6th house physical symptoms. to referto rh16th houseonly in relationro health.Redundancy only deprivcsusof a source of income. be subordinateto thiny others. ts:rssuage what would otherwise an unbearable be sense lonelines or feelings of of uselesness.the other major concernof the 6th house. we Through 6th houscissues refine.68 THE T\UUELVE HOUSES HOUSE THESTXTH 69 rtill i ThLrough employment situations.the milkman .mind-andemotions It hL aheady operateas a unit. \fhat we think and feel will affect the body' the Conversely. and wemay. us Conrrrsely.Eachcell is an entity'do itself and its thing' cell Each.

the lst house is traditio-nally '.11 left with the feeling that there is an absoiute distinction between who we areand who other pcople arc. car. .humility and amendonto crrcryday and th9 Rhnicd and body.height. is The Descendant the cuspof the 7th houseand thc point oPposlte 'point the is Traditiondln the Ascendant considered the Ascendant.the westernmostpoint in the chan.rhe houseof marriage' houseof the not-self It is alsoknown as .TI{E TIrEIIYEHOUSES by the end of the 6th houscwe harc a much more dcfined sensc ofour on'npanicularidentity andpurpose.weare 94. to us individuals.manistic for in a parrner. from the lst. \7e now know preciselyhow we difter trom 'cverybody and everything else. thc 6th housc analyses iI categorizes into diffcrent parts. and in learn:that nothing exists isolation.job.the houy.the 7th house) that givethe individud the experiences denoreithe kindsof activities 'he needsin order to realise of the significance others''' 'the house of known as Similarly. remains the lastsixhouses 7th to the Uth. it for (the to reunite us with othcn again.IThen we characterize oursehres thoscfeatures by which distinguishus from . we have grown t.ren by the forceof lovethe fragments o{the world seekeach mav that other theworld comc Ti:rlJit?in"rddcchardin 'rhe personalhouses" The 6th houseis the last of what is known as ttTo$\ the and represents refinementof the individual personality lifc work.rop.Otherwisclift is aurfullyloncly.panits app.It will be thc work of the 7th to 12thhouses of us ro reconnecr oncemore to the lost sense our unity with all life . by thc end of the 6th house.each.\rhcn lcsson-ro wehavea-new "r we arrive at the Descendant. 'the point of and of self-awareness' rhe bescendant is considered our of awareness others'. is labelled the self The 7th house.riate placc and purpose. giving.hJuse.But.which is the fanhcst 'the '.Michael Meylr in z{ Handboohfor Astologer also writes rhat the Descendant(and . scrvice. !flhile it is thc purposeof thefirstsixhouses make morefullya*are ofourselrts^as*pmt. Marriagehereis taken and curiouslyas . AND THE DESCEI\DANT HOUSE TI{E SEVENTH Dri. heading backagainto the we turn a sharpcornerand find ourselves point whereit all staned. Likethe 3rd house.p"t"ti from one another as life will allow. skin colour. $h The problem with the 6th is that we end up seeingthe-worldroo mrclt in termsof 'what is me' and 'whet-isnot-me'.our weight.It describes approachto relationshipsand looking the qualities(alongwith the planetsin the-7th)that wea-re the Hu.the houseof open enemies'.' 9.emplqn the left brainactivityof reducing thingsto parr. tking a microscopeto lifc.

Diametrically opposed to the Ascendant and lst house.erywell find a husband who has Mars. and then breathing a sigh of relief settledown safelywith Saturn. instance. legally contractedor orherwise. and to assuage lonelinessand isJatio"n Most. the Descendantand 7th house teveal which we have the most difficulty bwning'. wasborn with abundant Jupiter thcre.RexHartison.ii lives by joining with one another.ek a pannerwho reflects qualiriis the of the Moon: someonewho is re.the westernmostpoint in the chan it from view aswe arebcing born. a woman who hasMars. A wornan with Mars in the 7rh rrny be attraited .or evenderalop it more in herself.ro enhancethe quality or in.in grearer security and stability."tirr!..o p*n.rwo people come togerherfor a purpose .kindofpanner(s) towhom we areaftracted. and *uee planes in Capricom (reflecting hcr 7th house Sarurn).If there area number of planetsor different signs(asin rhe case of an interceptedhouse)in the 7th. br instance.asJungpoints out. something in our pamner's will colludc with planetsand signsin our 7th house. should a woman harre both Sarum and uranus in the 7th.because are looking for so many different kinds o? we anributes in apaftner.lnRehting mentioned in respect the Descendant to that Liz Greenesuggests the Descendantand the 7th houseplanets 'belong to the individual. with six marriagesto his name.orciring and highly individualistic(Uranus). into mariage.xample. In this sense. quditics in ourselves for.These rwo sets qualitieshardly live comfonably togethei in oneierson.Orshe canmarry aUranian man and provide the Saturnian securityherself in the pannership. Saum therecould indicate archetypes a union basedon duty and obligation. describes disappears we what is hidden in us. Thc psychologicalmechanism of projcction must again be and 7th house.astrologicaltortbooks teach that the planets and signsin .had o<plosive Uranus both in the 7th house. Placements the 7th arewhat we o(Pectto find in closepannershipsand thereforeindicate thoseatuibutes we notice chaft most in the other person. with the Moon in the 7th may '. Shemay be looking for someone make decisions her to for and to tell her what to do.and then more battlesagain.ry confusing.2 kt's through the kinds of experiences explore what she means by this. u.to producea famity ind g. thc 7th housedescribe ma'iage panner.Or sh.or she mav remain married to Saturnand harc an affair with Uranus. signs and planets in the 7th suggestthe conditions of the relationship: thc constellatedby the union itself. Pluto and the Frenchpoet shot by his lorrcrVerlaine.sceking someone offlerstability and to security (saturn) and yet at the sami rime sheneeds someone who is unpredictablc. -$i"g passionate reunions. *lio " the qualities of Mars: someonewho is assenivi.a Scorpio Moon (rdlecdng hcr 7th housePluto).Saturn and Pluto in the 7th may r. Marsin the 7th is prone to 'love' battles. what we feel doesn'tbelong to us because can't or won't see it in ourselves.direct and 1eflec-ts forceful.epiiue.and more often our than not. ar first sight. sheis.I'the 7th house.However. becomedreadfufy restress bored.Anhur Rimbaud. 'when it an inner situation is not made conscious.plaiements in the Tttioften indicate the. a planet or sign in a house suggeststhe predispositionto meet that archetypd principle through the area in of life in question. -"y -".o-. bcing responsible and accepting. di'orce him on accounr of his unstable and'erratic charactet. of she may marry Saturn first. the This is rrue asfar as it goes. "nd. ot unconscious'and which we try to live out the rclationship brings'. -"n br . if sheis somewhatmore psychologicallymatute. but are rcpresent qualities which 'through a Panner. As stated earlier.-tl 72 THE T'IOTEIVE HOUSES HOUSE SEVENTH AND THEDESCENDANT TT{E 7' 7+n on :o q:a" anyimpoftant relationshipbased murual commitment.ry uranus first. tempestuous. happensoutside. The Descendant . Saturn and Pluto in the lst or something like an Aries Sun (rdlecdng her 7th houseMars). Or.compassionat. br e. shecan marry Saturn and find ways which are unthreatening to the relationshipto satis$ her needfor Uranus.or 'ihe significant6ther'. the issueian'be.Inrariably. the panner's chanuncanm/yreflects 7th. More than just describingthc nanrre of the Paftner. and meet someoneUranian and file for a divorce.. .

Therefore.what Liz Greene calls 'the inner panncr'.and shouts orders at her.the paftner may serve a kind of role model for rhese as energies.r.rt. If wc have suppressedthese attributes in ourselrres becausewe find them disagreeable unacceptable.a woman with Mars in the 7th mav not be in touch with her o*n po*. we remain reliant on the other personto supply them. what we are unawareof in ourselves.. It should be made clearthat projection is not something which is purely pathological.harrc heavy flow of close an Theyrequire almoircontinual'siphon orchange onthe7th.one who is dominant and sclf-ccnued. Thditiondly the Descendant and 7th houseare describedasrhosequdities we seekin a panner. we servero expose thoseprinciples to societyat large.All too often.pti* them of their individuality. is with naturdly associated LibraandVenus.Then. Howewr.'3In other words. rhatothers *.reintegraredqualiriesin rhe 7th houseinto our own idcntity. A projected image is a porcntid locked up within the self.lrr.' If we are unconscious something in ourselves of then world must perforceact out the conflict and bc rorn into opposite halves. Shc begins to fight back.it may dawn on her that she has a right to make demands as well.d bv a RabbiHillel: I am not for mysel( who will bc? sets what am I?'a The 7th house the trid if I am only for myself. We i^pon thesequalities into our livesby marrying them. She finds a paftner with a prominent Mars. with co-operadon others'It poses in whichwelearngreater sphere (7th)rrcrsus howmuchdo I co-operate dil.n come mores in o{fairngs and iustice and to . Once we have. in the 7th. by of Hon.a personwith Marsin rhe 7th might be someonewho rouses other people to action. hopefullX we realize that it has something to do wirh us and we consciously take it back. r$(/e polarize with the panncr and stayonly half a person.--" *ith the lst housc: " muchdo I assen wm way(lsQ? theonehand'the9anger On my lrow o*'n identity.t *d others'It iswiscrto tr*. . For examole.ringanotherperson the scale.wefarein couns this kind is shown placements balarice.and relieve one-to-one PaftnershlP the 7th housc of manyPlanea thcrc' -full brunt of nndertheheading the7th' Social The'lmrcr. Hence. though. The problem.-T 14 THETWELVE HOUSES THE DESCENDANTAND THE SEVENTHHOUSE 7t 'the asfate..Manypeople emphasis a in inrolrrcd thc helpingor caringproftsions. 'lf oor. off' a packed ttt.to somedegree. Through him. and in this wayshediscorars Mars in her own nature.rr. Someonewith Saturn there could funcdon asa teacheror mentor for orhers. which evenrudly permircus ro consciously integratethem back into our own nanrre.Whcn rhereis the needfor this image to makeitself known. thc first step is perceivingit in someoneelse. one's is givingor blendingroo muchandsacrificing adapttoo muchto us.t"t :l:itl{ -a J. and assertirrcness. the connotation of the 7th house as the sphere of open enemies." ot a in this way.to make a standfor hcrself.t' i6o of rhe to-counter--effect orcesses rampant into being"pp. somedegree inai"ia"Airy of membersof society.rWefall in lovewirh rhose people who openly exhibit thesetraits because they make us feel more complete. but on a deeper level they represenrthose qualities hidden in us which we need to consciously integnte into our awareness become ro whole . she has brought Mars inro her life. we inrariably attrac to us through others. the The 7th house. both endsof and bdancing t*t of encount.. dso tend to inhibit or 'dis-own'potentially positira we traits aswcll and thesemay be the very attribures which dlure or exciteus when we meet them in others.-t.ir. Howerrer. or then it is not surprisingthat we won't like them when thcy aremirored backto us through anotherperson. Ideally.o. when shecanno longertoleratehim that way.Should these laws be the behaviour to then an ouFideforcemust intervene redres the uansgresed. Therefori shc looks for those qualities in a man.oild demand Oi the"other.

the 8th house is much rnore than iust other people's 'that which is shared'and the manner in which money.. no longer a li"]: gtl' but awoman' Reladng go "rtf?i*ft-ged J.fr remporarily makcsus feel better.appenswhen two people . I am afraidmy angels take will !f..rit-. int. inherit ia nort-oct in'r"np"iJ debts.is dso 'the house of sex. but I insist that no child of mine is to be hit' Who's right? or I don't know hm.each.U. resources. Rilke The 8th househas many labels. 8th. god of Death. This can be taken quite iiterally.pfV with"anoiher personenrails1 k*d of death.-Sex ourselues j". the 8th houscisthe nitty-grittyof relationships: what f. I'd ratiler wevisit my friendstonight. *fri. ' with Thc gth house.death and regeneration''In the myth' labellcd is tt e maide" Persephone abducted into the underworld by Pluto. business pannerships.For. In so<and"intimacy'we exPose can be considered which are normally kcpt hidden. you canbe friends with thal cgup-IgThey pall.r] aspected Saturnin thc 8th. TT{EEIGHTH HOUSE are me.p"t"t.dl *r^ough a legacy.tt< temperament.and form beneficialbusiiesi A poorlv "tr*i"t.plungcd into Li[e "s and sharepars of another's*oitd.. needsand biologicd tlo.lnstance. Jupiter th.through relationship we are.It describes *e fuie or unite wirh others' Elaborating and expanding on what hasbegunin the 7th.Nor is it unusud to find people with Bttt . However..my devils to leave flight aswell.suggest how we fare financially in miriage.-HOUSE EIGHTH TT{E 77 I involving other people'smoney: many planetsin the 8th in careers investment analystsand accountants' stockbrokers..*ry .with his or her own taluelystem. who declares banftruptcythe pc d_ay. bankeis. \$7e and are reborn as dic PersepLone. money.a$empr ro merge.o arrgingbattlefield and thereiswhat lookslike procesion uP ahead.since it is opposirethe 2nd house wltich 'nnl. -ay . be scrupulously investigated the mx inspe*or. or through 10. A whole piethora of questionsand conflicts are aPt to ensue: I have somemoney and you have somemoney' How-shall we spend it? How much shall we try to saveeach month? or I like sexthreedmesa weekand you seemto needit everynight' Vho wins? or You bclievethat to sparethe rod is to spoil the child.. may marry soil. . escapelightly frothe tax inspector. the letting knit identity. and tightly down oiour ego-boundaries'lWe'' 'I' "na'[["tingtl. and ch'oose by crrsastrous buslness paftners. th.f irritate me.. Shemaries him there and returns to the upper pcrson.i.naturallyassociated Pluto and scorpio..it is commonly calred'the houseofother peoplei r mlues'. \7hose friends do they end uP visiting? to The aisleintended to lead to the path of wcdded blissseems have a funerd i-t Ji".ralues'. Signsand planei i"'rh.receivea good windf. on rhe other hand.

78 TT{E TWETVE HOUSES THE EIGHTH HOUSE the sexualact. . Eventhe most adept mother cannot alwaysinterpret prcciselywhat a screaming babywants..p' *-i of the residue .'..gl"f*fi" U.tJ 'i. Sinceearly expcriences of us have a'raginginfent' buried inside. i-i.. Like Persephone's abduction into the underworld.is the most highly charged.the trials and tribulations in the 8rh househelp us to shcd attitudes which are obsoleteand cumbersome."na1fears. which suPPort is aimof a complor to prorrc -v t"tt' rne tr. In thc hcights of ecstasy.ti.r.. frour" isgreaier ffifr|"f . who to trtt oppomrniry re-oaminethc conncruon ""fri."#.rgyr.|"ilffi. vindictirrcness' Suchbehaviour 'actingout' thcsettotio"' indiscriminatelv' or thanwewish' energy 'owning' dt"toyttt"h more cnpendsthc exPlosive "J. Tiue.This is not surprising asour survival dcpends on her.orr... Many of uscontinue to projcrt ther sameinfantile concerns onto later reladonships..The Elizabethansreferred 'the to the orgasmas little death'.-.n. the smdl child orpericnces enormousfrustrationwhen his or her needsare not bcing understoodand met. ..optt"tt' or 'father cad' grows .hJ.i. proponion anger agood ofthe and outrage we sometimesfeel and unleashon our paftner can be 'tracked back' to infancy and childhood. we may orperiencea form of self-ranscendence.Bccause ia oftreme of helplesnes..Not everv oTTii:. forget and we abandon ourselrcsto mctge with another.T3*il..^.pt*tt ..tly.-his darkcr "t"tigy' However' acfnowledging our reservoirof psychic mean *'t'gZ'n9t 79' necessatilv cathaning cruelty.ityl"d "'itaJ. our chances surviral areveryslim...'-*hcr abouiwhatkind opinions of thc cnvironment.htid. *aiir"iilild'. and light.that'n -:1I::*' into thecomantitltf.h"..it i"ttgtated backinto thc psyche'more diraned.ont"t$q :9 the fou. The work of the psychologist Mclanie Klein hasdepictedanothersideto the baby's nature..often unconsciously' into far 'scripts' .o uncanny ""li'i"t If not' we will probablv ."rr* rclationship inpre^scnt areuncovcred "lJ-ti*irrg' of living besly'11t. i"go.il.a .^but oleasant.".t.il tS:Ti".-p'it"t'. in the 8th and rubble from chjrdhoodare excavated oristentid life-staternents anddeeper Our house.h. lWe are allborn into this world potential victims: unles there is the caring lorc and protection of sorneonebigger and more adept than us.: darker 'We *""tfo* *tethi{S wecondimn' The isthere. ."t^d. vith crises. It then feelsasif our very survivaldependson the presermtion of 'If the presentrelationship. A presentpartner thwans yet us in somewayand the screaming child may be awakened again.l#.td ttnsc.and inrariably the child's frusration eruptsinto violent leavesuch a deep impression..i pii.il.it canbeconscio*ly in outlets'Stewing the into or productirrcly channclled constructive tlrL.yi. morePt"bl.Pry and a weharrc mysterious Due to the lawsorp'lJit'attertrinisl' and *rv people situations o"i ri*t 'ttt ability.ibiy and ya gontainingthcsc Ra$er.Through exposingthese unresolvedand hidden fears. and oursilves others' on our andobscured perspecuve life' coloured and sclf-knon'ledge sclf'mastery ."a.ntof ilil..the keyliesin eKPrcssmg encrgv iht.o']'-tit-i"t.r* enc"t"j:fl and issucs thoscproblems relationship between Present on iri life' Bascd our percePuon and fathei early ..n J inhcriance 'nd control aswell asthe "rr ...il h".h. Relationships are the catalysts change.ttt"1 rtlt from the past'whrchnas . as adults we are quite capableof managing our os/n surviral needs.*otiott until they arc readv n*?t' t"ia-tf i'tttt 8th houseit t^I1 . insidcus'sre rnstrncrs itsclfasoutragec trapped'Thus hasbecn this release en.Ljh .-.form belids Thesc forus."yfi .1. evenflrauy it andhJlding9ll1o.ig.. Thc lossof a rnorher's of love doesnot simply mean the lossof a personcloseto us: it could mean abandonment and death.The fear that our panner doesn'tlorc usanymoreor is posibly betraying uswill rigger or reawakenthe primd fearsof the lossof thc original love-object. aschildren we might havedied if Mother ldt.eqpecially early bonding problemswith mother and father The first relationship inour life.'...Plcasand outcriessuchas you leaveme. . but more likcly than not. a union with anothcr self... in veryintense of our beingto discover we relationships derend into the depths grecd' rage' theenvy' iealousy' or"tttia i*drr.t=' fu*:: fanusia wnictiil ili berr*th the1o1t r":Tl us that de*ructive 'the beast' in It is only throught tognitini and accepting anvthinswedon't know t""oot changc ilo#r-.. Children are not all 'goo' siqrcetness. i f.The 8th housecleanses for and regenerates th'rough drawing to the surface(usudly via a presenr relationship) unresolrred issues from previousrelationships. it ittith.h..rd nanrre is shown by placcmentsin the 8th.that a was . 'l I'll die' and can'tlivewithout you' rerrcdthe charged undercurents from early bonding difficultics infiltrating the realiryof the current situation.rh.a'-v/t il.all hosdlity. ii tit we ofperson . sidewemavhave ed a rast ili. Much about our scx. that with thc mother or mother-substitute..f... cannot cleanscd' tJgttl utrtre wecanbc of side our natu* -* bt. or regenerated born again' stifl ""P.x' thc added-"to.t shift is not rcry to ..

Uranus may end it all rather suddenly.an and he is born again.if we havegained our sense of vitality or meaning in lifc from a cenain professionand then are Childhood dies made redundant.ll asthe degre. Like the Phoenix.Form can be but remainsto flourish again in someother form. T.Someone*ifir Marsin the 8th will more easily'pick up on' angerin the atmosphere than someonewith Venustherl who quickly-senscs when .lq !r:r.astrd plane'.the waterygth houseis akin to the other water houses. we canriseoncemore..And yet.signs the 8th showrhe panicular kinds of energies'ho'ering. this househasa broaderecorogicil ..will nonetheles penadc thc atmosphere iound yt.* . anv survivorof the 8th house'sraumas and tensionsknows this. who is desroyed in one form but then reappears uansformed.You area strangerto the dark eanh. aswen asdepriving a fellow human being of an areaof natural beaury -a intiir"tiJ". fcarful of lies ". to 'mesy' separations and dirorce settlements. and createanother. ar *. Dionysusis dismembered. decide they don't like it. we dso die aswe knew ourselves.lo* i.. while walkins irrti another person'shouse and feeling uplifted and spirited.'s home and feeling immcdiately 'hit' by something unpleasant. we may temporarily be reducedto ashes.h9pore rationdlyminded may doubt the ciedibility ofsomerhing which cannor be seenor measured. Death. The house dso denotes our relationship to what esoreric philosophersc4l 'the. In addition ro the redm of joint finance and rhemerging of mo individuals inro one. Christ is crucified and then resurected.Theseendings and new bcginnings may be thrust on us or we might assumea mote acdverole in tearing dovrnold structuresto make room for something else. I n5n""p sensitivityto theseisues will be mi'oied by placements in the 8th.les encumbered bv unnecessary bryg gr. Howc\cr. almosi all of us havE lt"d t: orpe{9nc9 of enrering on. planets and. Signsand planetsin the 8th indicate the manner in which we meet zuchphasetransitions. rhen *. or gradually dijengage itself i-n a coma. saturn there may be reluctant to die. or a long play with distinct changcsof scene. There is alsothe image of the dying and again reviving god.but essence 'So poet Goethe wrote. in the air'.:. is and adolescence born. alcohol poisoning or drowning.Neptune may die from drugs.the 4th and thc l2th. In this capacity. and a death requiresa birth. Difficult planetary aspecrs the gth narn of trl. . long as you do not die and The German riseagain.if. Likewise. Should vrcfail at amempts-at merging and . Th.esrrd plane_is that level of oristence where seemingly intangible but porrcrful emotions and feeling. The high_powered entrepreneurwho indiscriminately lerrels y lerrels forestsfor hiJown orofir forests hiJ own profit is.rmiti. the goddes of\$?isdom. Adolcscencepassesand we die into adulthood. weorperiencemany different psychological deaths.Individuals with a srong 8th houseslant often experience thcir livesasa book containing many diffcrent chaptets. in in the astrd realm to which we are most sensitiue.i .r. in the spanof one life-time. destroy what they harrcbuilt. destroyed.The two 'raging infants' and their respectirrc lawyersare lefr to carry out the SattL in the couftroom. can be taken literallv to mean the manner or o(enuating circumstances our physical of death.rerues his he. ro plT-. then this is a kind of death of who we havebcen.working through' rhe rolatile isues which the 8th house eiokes. peisor.disregarding."mysterious or underlying the surfacelevel of existence.but Athene.THE T\TEIVEHOUSES THEEIGHTH HOUSE 8I freeing us to conrinue our journey renewed. the gods createthe world.. If we have been deriving our identity from a panicular relationship and it should finish. to gain a sense what the dirorce proceedings of might be likc. wi all hara to shareour planet and its resources. though not necesarily visible.s collect and circulaiJ. In mythology. Death is an in ongoing proccss nature.trat belon{ corporealoristence. A bimh requiresa death.e inhabitants of the forest.o or fascination we harc for thar which is hidden. A strong ehotion. Expcriences thc psychicor of occult sphereare shownin the 8th. All levelsof sharedexperienceare describedby the gth house. renewed.th. asshown by placemens in the gth. of irrr.lZot.' On somedeep level.

The 9th is the areaof the chan most directly concemed with philosophy rcligion. the naturalruler of the 9th denotes a fact-gatherer. Manypsychologisa for believe that much of modern-day neurosis relatedto a lackof is 9ttr meaning or purposein life.Whether it is ultimatcly up to us to createour own meaning in life or whether it is our task to goals for God'splan and intention. In addition. Human_beings seemto requiremeaning. and lac/s thesuffering incurredin the 8th compels in this direcdonbecause us pain is moreeasily borncifwe canenvision purpose having some for to endurc it. The bv right brain can identify a shapewhich is suggested only a few n into a panern. the search guidelines. but in the 9th conclusions drawnfrom them: isolatedfactsareorganizcdwithin the frameworkof a larger schemeof things or seen as the inevitable offspring of higher organizingprinciples. to capacity the psyche. pattcrns. discover and a senseof purpose forms the crux of the 9th house. Regardless whether it is true or not.and detects 'the left [brain] takes snapshots.in survivingthesedifiicult times.and no directionin life. tDThile lrd and 6th houses analogous the analytical and are to the with associated the 9th left companmentalizing brain. Havingdescended the depthsand rcmehon'managed find into to our wayup again.As MarilynRrgusonwrites. In onesense. 'the higher mind' The 9th housesignifieswhat is known as that pan of the mind linked to the faculty of abstractionand the mind shownby the inruitive process ascomparedto the concrete house. struggle anything. of 'out we are comfoned by the belief that there is something greater there': that a coherentpattern existsand that eachof us has some panicular role to play in that design.weemerge tencwed.cleansed. movies.We apparently need absolutes. ideals firm tmardswhichqre aspire.THE NINTH HOUSE 8l 11. wiserabout ourselras and and life in generd. isherethat weseck Tiuth.the right brain thinks in images.the processes to house(and the 12th)correlate the activityof the right brain. if sufferingis in any urat linked with i failure to live in accordance rhe lawsor rrutbsof oristehce. to our meaning. norhing to hopefor.Enoughorperience blen gathered up has to attempt formulating someconclusions about the meaningand purposcof our sojoum. preceps can and which lU7ithout serve steer lives.Thefiery 9th house. of naturdly associated withJupiter and Sagittarius. crises of and suffering.an overview gainedwhichdlowsusto conceirrc is of life asa joumeyandprocess unfoldment. TI{E NINTI{ HOUSE Mankind poiscd is midway betcrcen gods thc -O Tffil* The 8th house inrariablyimpliessomedegree pain. no reason t. thereisoftenthc fteling that we havenothing to live for. Facts a particulareventor happeningwith meaningor significance are in arecollected the 3rd.Synthedc lines. endearouring fathom h rhe to theunderlyingpaaems basic whichgoramlift.the natural rulcr of the 3rd and 6th housesis 3rd whileJupiter.The poins arementallywove together sees and holistic.lly.Mercury. wholes. to rhen discovering adhcringto theseguidelines and might decrease the amountof pain we needincur.$opefu. tendency imbue of the the symbol-making .questions and aboutrhe'whp andwherdores' of ocistence. followsupon the troubled waters the 8th and offersa broaderpe$pective all of on that hasoccurred to nos'." the right watches havea message conceded that events Thc 9th houseoften believes .

may be involvedin a complicatedrelationshipin london about which I feel and confuscdand uncenain. if there werea benign Higher Intelligenceat work as guiding our unfoldment. the 9th is linked to travelsand long journeys. The 2nd is have' and its opposite. through trarrcllingand mixing with people rearedon traditions different from our own.Foro<ample. or receivethe projection of that principlc. for instance. rVhethersuch the Descendant relationshipsare cordial or stormy will be shown here. Saturn or Capricorn might conceive God. the American foreign ambassador Hcnry Kisinger.or Saturn there may experience suchaswork or study. the first man to fly to the North Pole. who must be a harsh.84 THET\TEDT HOUSES THE NINTH HOUSE may givethc feeling in them.John had both Neptune and Jupiter in his 9th house. on the cuspof the 9th.Tiavelling can be taken literally to mean journeysto other lands and cultures.whole atmosphere. its ruler. seen as an entity assume different proponion after a concerns mundaneand everyday Glenn. more specficallyfor a practicalpu{Pose. whilc others might perceive it in their mother-in-law. difficulties or delayson journeys.lanct There. These include not only the religious. yet.If Pluto or Scorpiois in the 9th.xample. Saturnor Capricornin the 9th could have more difiiculty perceiving meaning in an event. The cpitome of a 9th houseexperience be the view of the world afforded the astronautre-enteringthe eanh's picrure. critical and paternalistic in Neptuneor Pisces thc 9th. of Uranui may rebel againsttraditional systems highcr educadon.our P. the first Americantoorbit the eanh. The 3rd houserulesthe immediate environment and that which the is discovered exploring what is at hand. inclined to leniencyand and a forgiveness. suchan orperiencc. when I uarrclto SanFrancisco reflea on this relationship. describcs panner'srelatirts. br instance. but nonetheless. or it can be understoodmore symbolicallyasjourneysof the mind reading or spirit . are'. SomepeoplewithJupiter in the 9th seethe unirarsc in a grain of sand. However.the 7th is '\fle 'I have'. The taste and style of somecultures may appeal to us more than others. by placements on-a degreein an or music. The chosenfield of study or the nature of the collegeor university experiencein gencrd is shown Neptunc in the 9th may concentrate here. or may be drawn to a counily with Pluto or Scorpiostrong in its we national chan. had Saturnin Gemini in this housc:he believedthat events haveno higher or absolutemeaning other than that which human beingsattribute to them.at a glance. other facetsof the myriad possibilitiesof life areglimpsedand comparedwith our own. the 8th is '\we 'l think'.as well as zuggcstingthe kind of God weworshipor the nature of the philosophy Mercuryor Gemini theremay lead in lifc weformulate.punishing.Fore. Tiavel I enablesus to view the world from a different perspective.the broadenedhorizons gained from extensive or the insights gained through meditation and cosmicreflection. Marssuggests dogmatic and fanaticd approach to tolerance and flexibility to religiouspursuitscompared the greater exhibited by Venusin thesematters. in of Journeys the mind aredescribed the 9th. or bc the firs1 person to securea place at Offord at the age of seven. our oudook on life is expanded. '\fe 'I The lst houseis am' while the oppositehouse. the French philosopher existentialist and writer. Admiral Richard Byrd. hasCapricorn the signof diplomacy. obeyed all costs. or elseinterpret the meaning in a negative light. a to zunenderthe self. had innonativeUranus in this house. philosophicaland . which is alsoknown asthe houseof highcr education. 9th houseplacementsindicate relationshipswith one's in-laws. and Saurn. The the Correspondingly.and may evenreved somethingabout the natureof the culture or culturesto which wearedrawn. one to try and graspGod intellectuallywhile Neptune or Pisces predisposcs to embrace one the deiry through heardelt devodon. on the otherhand. in that everything that happens is ultimately positive and to one's advantage. Understoodmore literally.The God-imagc is alsoshown of by planets and signshere. Returning much closerto home.is-the.that same Neptune could of indicatc confusionand vacillationin the choiccof a course study or disappointmentand disillusionmentduring the stayat unirrcrsity. in reladon to limitlcs space. in somethingabout the stylewith Placements the 9th describe which we pursue religious and philosophical issues. An in-law might reflect a planet in the 9th housc. or pursue a degreein someunusual or newly rising field. Placementsin the 9th designatethe archetypd principles we encounteron our travels. Albert Camus. in Libra.One's ordinary.the third house from the (the 9th).In we this way. at envisions compassionate loving God. ffavel under Nixon. The 9th describes by perspective gain standing back and viewing life at a distance. 3rd is think' and thc 9th is thought structureswhich are codified on a collective 9rh describes level.Jupiter or Venus the 9th. somehowthe added distanceof 6. wemay aftract in experiences another country which profoundly transform us.Just as the third housefrom the Ascendant describcsour own rclatives.000 miles helps me to understandit more clearlythan when the relationship might is right in front of me.

settt to the world . we look to the fururc and what is yet to unfold. Lir Greenecallsthc MC and 10thhouse .the MC and 10thhouse(naturdly associated publically. the entrepreneurconfiding to you the latest sure-fire investment.. but in the 9th a senseof our relationship to the collectiveasa whole is kindled. pressingurge and compulsion to be esteemed if you performed a truly noble or believedthat ih. and F. lauded.TI{E TWETVEHOUSES cducational sy$cmsasdready discussed. we dug into the past and dredged up thc remnanrs of our primordial and instinctual nature.niGreeks heroic deed. de-gree its olthe cclipiic which reaches highestpoint at the meridian of any place . The researchby M. honour and recognition.the tipster advisingon the winning horse. Placements the 10th denote ashaving contributed what we would most like to be remembered to the world. *"nt to be admired.we oramine that which is immediate and direcdv in front of us. Thc 9th is also associatcdwith the publishing profession.In cither case. Depending on the planes and signs there and aspects these. Energies in thc 9th can be expressed through rhe travel agent picking out 'just the right holiday for you'. planets in the 10th are associared with careerand profcsion. Hammarskj<ild !7hat the 9th houseenvisions. In keeping with the elcrated position of thc Midheaven. you were rewardedby being made a constellation in . what we arelike prirately and how we behaveat home behind closed with Saturnand doors.Jules Veme. Traditionally. we glimpse that which is not only fanher 'up aray but also and coming'. the coachgiving his team a pep-ralk bdore the big game.On one leral.chotechnology hit tm'n which promisesinstant cnlightenmenr to in one weekcnd.has establisheda correlation berweencenain planetary placementsin the 9th and people who have achievedsuccess fields related to in thc naure of theseplanets.how we would most like to be seenby othersand how we describe ourselvesto them.ri'. but the 9th represents higher coufts .the kinds ofclotheswe don when we our'socialshonhand' o.wasborn with Uranus in the 9th house. In the 8th.A discussion thesefindings is found of on pages118-119.quickly regisering rends and cwrents in rhe aun-osphere. the fth givesthe prophct and visionary.'2 t2. in which ideas are discminated on a large scalc.the supremelaw of the land which the governsthe actions of the individud within the broadest socid context.the Midheaven !h. This is the houseof ambition. "nli.the 10th house brings to eanh' In of Quadrant systerns house-division. The 7th house is the lower courrs. literary or theatrical agent discoveringthe next big new tdent.namelv that the wav to hearcn is heaven.the scieniefiction writer with a remarkablegift for anticipating furure discorrries.it might be useful to reflect on something which St 'dl Catherine once observed.The Midheavenis the most elerated point in the chan. behind which lurks the and acknowledged.or the anistic. Nerrcr the top' Then youwill seehow lw tt S. In the 9th. is i. alsolegd systems but and thc body of law. In the 3rd. looked planets here that we hope to attain through the signs and in achierrment.mark the cusp of the 10th house.while on another it denotesthe public relationspersonJ or the promoter intent on opening new vistasfor othcrs. 'stand Thc out' aboveall othersin the horoscope. Suongplacementsin this houseconfer an unusual degreeof intuition and foresighr. and symbolically speaking. the proponent of the most recent psl. In the 3rd house. AND THE MIDHEAVEN TI{E TENTH HOUSE reached until youharrc the measurc heightof amountain. we learn about ourselves reladon to those in in our immediate environmenr.the abilityto sense the direction in which someoneor something is heading. Thc 9th 'tunes house in' to the pulseof a situation. however. placementshere to what qudities of any sign or planet in this position correspond 'standsout' in to in us is most visible and accessible others. thoscqualitiesfor which placemenisin this areaof thechan suggest It up to and respected.we may seea future full of hope to and new promise or one in which the bogeymanlurks around the cornerjust waiting for us to be foolish enough ro passthat way. Gauquelin.the imagewewish Capricorn)indicatethe waywe bcharrc 'step to pr. in the 9th. what '$0hereas the IC and 4th house (the oppositc housc) rePresent us.

. or scientist.t.*d srudies ('r. for'*. If we found mother threatening (suchasa difficultly aspected Pluto in and potentiallydestructive then lateron the world will seeman unsafe the 10thmight suggest) placeand wewill attemptto defendourselves accordingly.Marsmight be seenasa bully or the pinnacleof courage and strength. musical had on Neptune.dg9 an Ju-piter acror.i.p. ThomlsMann. If the 4th houscis associated the father. so strives gain and her love and suppon by developing such traits. and Venuscould symbolize the epitome of style.. br teacher. i"trr.r. so teartul of its own finitenes. natureof what passes motherand child the berween (asshown by the MC and placements the 10th) resurfaces a in at laterstage dwelopmentasour wayof connecting with society and of 'out the world there' as a whole.. the Austrian pisces rheMidhea'en.. In somecases.t -ina.tasteor beauty. and growsup with the desireto actualizea position of power and 'pushed around' in autonomy in the world so he or she won't be thc same asin earlylife. TpC"cts q..ti. fqh Tap asawholemust becarefuilyassesscd r. Fightingwith the mothercreates pattern way a of fighting with the world.rts ruler... if... Saturnor by Capricorntheremay work long and patientlyto reachthe top. S. iu.r areas ot rhechaftdsohave considerabre bearing theissue proftssion on of (suchasrhc 6th house. Forinstance.. in the lth. instanie.or the victim himself.2nd house.. finds this idea rcrv reassuring.11' l 88 l ' THETIrETVE HOUSES THEMIDFIEAVEN TI{ETENTHHOUSE AND 89 I I l I in the world areshownby the signon .-ilJ" the 10thhouse. F.. $orated ego. ' The kinds of energies exhibit or encounterin the pursuit of we in a vocationarealsosuggested placements the lOth. as The child.....il. signs housesideof the Midheao.i. Early bonding patternsestablished reflectedlaterin life in how we relateto the externalworld in general.. .The child then feelsthat as to this is what Mother valuesand appreciates.if Mercuryis in the 10thhouse. champion of the downtroddcn. while and Neptune or Pisces may be vague confused to its rolein society.-ft. Mars or Aries is aggressive impatient in this sphereof life."".pfriforopfr. Besidesthe recognition it w€ fTs u:. Marsis in the rie if 10ththe mother may havebeenexperienced pushyand assertive.:'il* . it Sometimes is the desireto win lovefrom the mother (thereby For ensuringour survival) which underlies choice profession.il.. issafer assume thepositions it ro thar n. any on 9thhouse Tfrephne.In the beginningof life. our of example.anl cornposer..r.o--il. and shockingto others..tC*a in the 10thsuggesr somuchtheactuar not professi* ur.. or as The 10thhouse whatwe represent symbolize or could alsodescribe to others..i 9th the individual's career. T l-18-19) planets thet:$"q":lin sideof theMC. then the choiceof vocationmay somehowbe influenced by our expe nceof her.hril. the signon the Midhea'enand im placemcniby . If we associate l0th housewith both mother (the shaping the parent) and career. oth. In otherwords.satuin therecouldfii.rrl approach person to thecareer themannerin whichthc *ork a has ishandled packaged.what Erik Erikson callsbasictrust. An expectationis . signof Geminion theMg in Td Mercury the t0th. the houseof creative orpresion.r.and the Moon a profesionalchildminderir i""t. sheis the whole to with her will be world to us.then the 10thhouse with is assigned the mother... we carryan expectacion that the world will treat us similarly ..-.. ro the Sr". judgewith sa*n in the rothwili or The moii the hea*ns for dl to seefor all eternity... harboursresentment and angeragainsther. and rro:*si. The narureof our contribudon ro society and our statusand prace ' i . therefore.iU. unconventional. bcing famousmeens li* inpeopl.i. l. Neptune as a saint or maftyr.. *"y literallya.theacdaimed German write... Howerrcr....e aspect sheds also lighr on career rocadon. .the mother may havebeen experienced expresiveand intelligent.llilil l lOth likely follow the letterof the law than the judge with Uranusthere. . wiselyin this respect.h"a tlr..j agent..". rhe and planeain the lOth and on th. Gg. whose readings would be moreindividualistic.s."r rh. mother If placements wasexperienced supponiveand helpful (well-aspected as in the 10th).fir. uiar.

statusand of someone prestige.. The isue is complicated.l-"auised implications. A child who is acutely sensitiveto the mother's psycheand undercurrentsin the home atmosphercwill be receptivenot only to what she manifestsoumardly but alsoto 'live what sheis denyingor suppressing. and accordingly.This is not to bclitde irru. The placementof many planets in the 10th usually suggesc who is ambitiousand desirous recognition. If the mother may have been seenasglamorousand beautiful. The child may bc swayed to out' the mother's shadon. may harreappearcd extremely conventional. of their great value 1qd wo1h... may bc competition with the mother which it nudgcsus in the direction of a cenain career. Likewise..Planetsand signsin this housemay describethe way the motler would haveliked to hara been if only shehad dlowed herself the opponunity to do so. elegantor tasteful.however..freedom and 'busting loose'. disiort the reality The revoludonarymay have a true and just cause. often becoming the exactopposite of what the parent(s)hoPed. the 10th housesignificsthe fulfilment"of the individual personality through thc personal satisfactiongained in using our abilities and talents to serveand Some may even earn aPplause and public influence ii. Men are normallvgiven more permission pursuethese to than women...op of tt.I 90 THETWETVE HOUSES AND TFIETENTH HOUSE THE MIDT{EAVEN 9r established that excelling in this way earns recognition. chan. The toih houic extinds bcyond the mother or shaping PTelt to dcsignateour relationshipwith authority figuresin generd: EIly by or angero-rhun at beingsupprcssed mistreated a pa5lt wlll often oflaterlnteracdons with other symbolsojnowgr. "*..howerrer.whilst under the zurface on lurked explosivefeelings and the desirc for space. In some cases. of sense who we ate. the 10th house describes those qualities of the mother (or parent in question)which arein us aswell.It may be easier a womanwith a strongl0th for needs by houseto seek pannerwho ispowerfulor famousand there impon a a position in the world in thatway.*r.rg way has bC'en entiti€s. she Ultimately. eitheror both parents may displace unfulfilled achievement recognitionneedsonto and with the projection.but the style' convlctlonsmay manner or intensity in which he or she esPouses reductionist point of view.rhe contamination of earlier *irr. but a only to harrc more solid and concrete not to be held in esteemfor it' also . recognition travelled from the lst house to the l0th' i"lo. for instance. tfel or ro considertheir 10th house. the child may later seeka profesion in which he or shecan be admired asbeautiful.and consciously unconsciously with a stronglOth house him for this.and its psychological "rJ ". In some way this unvented Uranian side is communicatedto the child. In a sense.*ing bYt judge thoseiho obiect tJ that which is unfair in society.attribures and traits which the mother did not consciously oeress or representin the child's grwingup years. as of bt: we wereriot e. who growsup with a compulsionto enact just those qualities to which the mother has not allowcd expressron.y. At its most simple. the possibility by that placementsin rhe lOth often denote aspects the mother's of personalitywhich were 'unlived' . Venushasbcen projected onto thc mother.The mother of a child with Uranusin the lfth. from a from the rcgime of rhe parcnts.enconscious ourselrres separate In the By of ourown individual cxistence. the most cffectiveway to promote eventhe most neededt!"tg9t' Presidingoverthe . may the ratherthan feelresentful that it isher husbandreceiving acclaim or devise ways punishing of herself. Venusis in the 10th. thc timethe l0th no.later in life.however. Throwing a punch ar one'sbossor eggsat thc prime 'angry child' in us but may not be is a wayof veriting the -ilir. whether we like it or not. *. In order to reclaim his or her on n Venusianqudities. Shemay evenbe the one who pushes him on to fame and prestige. Somechildren may co-operate others may rebel againstit.side.. as if mother is made more whole in or redeemed this way.while a child. havederclopedand 'incamated' sufficiendy we is reached. a careeris sought which brings Mercurial qudities to the fore. straight-laced and restrained the outsidc.

interconnected Mirioring ttre mysticd perception of the unity of all life. In keeping with its dual rulership. Accordingto GeneralSystems Theory nothing canbe understood in isolation but must be comprehendedas part of a system.The behaviourand expression eachvariable of influences and is influencedby all the others. someextent. not necessarily in do act for thc good of the wholc.David Bohm.' thc rndividuals. being noticed 'right' beliefs. consciousness Instead culturesand times haverepeatedlyespoused. The main way of achievingthis is to identify with something larger than the self .enhances sense 'lb in numbers.iince the rest of the world is used in the service of augminting or bolstering the identity. thiorizes that the universemust be understood 'a as singie undivided whole in which separateand indcpendent pans haie no fundamental status'. fulfilling their own needs. a British plysicist.2The most negativeface of this Saturn with the undercurrenl of the llth manifestswhen a grouP is threatenedby anothergroup .In what is known as 'high a synergy'society.Being a member of a panicular group. recent scientific. a group.suchasblaclsmoving into a white area'orJungians movinglnto-a predominantly Freudian neighbourlogdr the of The-Uranian-side the llth houserepresents kind of group from and visionaries mystics which spirirual teachers. In a synergy'system.to winning recognition as a somcbody:this hasbeen the route from the lsr houseto the 10th house. so arranged.what psychologists label identification'.THE ELEVENTHHOUSE L3. of who we areand girasa feeling of safery this is exploitive.the goalsof the individual are in harmony 'low with the needsof the systemasa whole. that we model. the llth house(associated with the sign of Aquariusand co-ruledby Sarurnand Uranus)represents anempt the to go beyondour ego-identity and becomesomething greaterthan what we alreadyarc.'right' clearl!seenin thosewho arebverlyconcerned 'right' places.such as a circle of friends. THE ETEVENTI{HOUSE In the heaven oflndra.But now that the egohasbeenfirmly established duly and acknowledged.breakthroughl demonstrate the wcb of relationship undcrlying cverythinf in the universe. whether it I ltfl thc is a social.3A thorough analysis9f thq parallclsbetweenmodern physicsand Easternmysticismis f9u1d in by inTbe Trc ofPltysics Fritjof Capra. a belief systemor an ideology. it is almbsrimposiblc to determinewhether cenain satemen6 about the narure of life hauebeen made by modern scientistsor by Eastern mvsdcs.' How we function as part of a system is shown by the llth house. thereissaidto bea nerwork ofpearls.' . Eridence of this is most with having the. the concept of group consciousness implied by the llth canbe understoodin rwo distinct ways.The componensof the sptem and their aruibutesareviewedasfuncdons of the total system.Saturnsecks greatersecurityand a more solid sense identity of 'belongingttrrough belonging to a group .'they with thc restof creation.what happcns next? At ia deepestlevel. that if you look at one you seeall the others reflected it' in A Hindu sutra From being oblivious of being anybody.national.For instance.an eminent researcher highSomeof the paraflclshe tecountsaresostriking-that cnergyphysics. and aligning the self in the friends. all different 'you-out-there' 'me-in-here'versus par{1igm or selfof the typical of speak the individual'sunity with all of life.politicalor religiousgroup. arepart of a gieatcrwhole.

pcrformed the taskwith the same degrce ofability asMcDougall's generation. the development ofgroup consciousnessseen rhe in as llth houseis not solelyfor the purposeof aggrandizingor bolstering the ego-identity.whether this is understood to be the whole human raceor a particular segmentof it. Such occurrences haveled to Sheldrake theorizethat if one memberof a biologicd species learns a new behaviour. Syntropy.our energyis usedto distinguishourselves of others.In 1920. alwayscnds by imposing itse on the totality of human consciousness. and invariably cenain elemcntsof societyarefavoured by the systemwhile others Groupswhich feel neglectedor betrayedby the odsting areoppressed.the awareness being part of somcthing of largerenables to ffanscend limits and boundaries individual us the of separateness experience and ourselves a cell in rhe larger body of as humanity.'6 lf 'You lnTlte Aquarian Conspirrclt.5 some for to On deep lcvel. Just asmatter organized itself into living cells. the Our identity hasa much wider 'skin-encapsulated membership than the ego'iscapable admining. do rhe same.Ascotthis week. we do what we want to do for our own sake. The way in which of the wemight panicipate in and serve evolution and progress this collectiveSelf is shown by placementsin the llth house. Often.a family or a culrure if you isolateit from its context. small groups.Having recognized ourselves separate as and distinct individuals there is the call to reconnectwith everything from which we have previously differentiated ourselves.Multinational corporations economies thc world inextricably togcther. Communications technology has dramaticallyenhancedthe speedofglobd interaction and Marshall 'global village' is nearto being Mcluhan's conceptof the world asa link and conglomerates the an actuality.Villiam McDougall of HarvardUniversitywas studyinghow quickly ratslearnedto escape from^maze filled with water: meanwhile. our energycan be investedin promoting of and fulfilling the identity. a rat. Neprune could be interested . with lawscan find a voice through the kinds of reformsassociated llth house. communicadon. Rupcn Shcldrake ispanicularly rele\rant the llth house.laws and is structured on cenain lawsand societyeasilybecomeboth crystallizedand turgid.THE T'iTEIVE HOUSES HOUSE THE EI^EVENTH One recenttheoryproposedby a British plant physiologist.In the llth. placementsin the 1lth may signify the soruof groups In somecases. into someform of globd super-organism. (10thhouse) ofthe llttr.the tendencyof life-energyto moverowardsgrearer association. cannot understanda cell. onceremarked that the deepcr the individual delves inro his or her own identity the more he or shediscovers wholehuman race. nerworls. we may chooseto relinquish personal urges. and then a day at Henley's before going off to the opera at Glyndebourne.other researchers Scotlandand Australia who in wererepeating theseexperimentsfound that their first generadon of rats.centrecoun at Wimblcdon the next. Marilyn Rrgusonwrites. A society is Socid consciousnessa keynote principles (9th house). larger in the samewaythat our own body changes body of humanity is alsogrowing and cvolving.bred from a different strainto the McDougdl rats. a brain srructure.and to augment the sense our own individual worth and in specidness. much the and develops. of In this light. Rather. In the lth. we are all linked together. The ratswho masteredthe task made it possible other ra$.co-operation and awareness is the main principle upon which the llth house operates.inclinationsand someof our precious or compromise for idiosyncracies thc sakeof adhering to what the group decides is best. purposeand cause anygroup to which we belong . those with strong placementshere work the through humanitarian orpoliticd groupsto implement neededsocid common to find otherswith an llth However.the invisibleorganizingfield (morphogenetic field) for that species changes. born with MercuryJupiterand Saturnin the llth: A truth once seen.even by a single mind. one of the foundersof humanisticpsychology.Carl Rogers.it is just zrs changes. from In the 5th house. Isoladonismand nationdism areno longer practically viable. On another level.br insance.and living cellsgathered togetherinto multi-cellularorganisms. manymilesaway. In gatheringpeopletogetherto promote common causes. the interdependence and interconnectivityof life on the planet is bccoming increasinglyobvious. the llth.Sheldrake to suggess . the possibilityof invisibleorganizingfieldswhich regulatethe life of a system. Sheldrake's theory is nicely summed up in a remark oncemade by theJesuitpricst Piere Teilhard de Chardin. jockeyingbackand fofth from one socialengagement houseemphasis to the next . nation or church." Similarly.Out of this realization grows sense brotherhood a of and sisterhoodwith the co-inhabitants of the planet far beyond the obligatoryties of family. shon. are movements and suppon systems proliferating all overthe wodd. last 'picked The skill wasin someway up on' by other ratseventhough they were in another pan of the world. it may be that at somestagehuman beingswill integratc themsehas Evenon a Sarurnianlcrrcl. toqardswhich we gravitatc. The collapseof the of rippling monetary systemof one country would havea disastrous effecton a host of others.

but to the wholehuman race. organizationand connectivity. positivevisionsof the future aidsthe proces of moving Encouraging in a more positive direction. groups. placements the llth may dso showthosequalitiesin ourselves in 'dis-own'. He may evenpossess uncanny ability to evokesuch an qualitiesin his closeassociates.the official propagandist of the Nazi party who controlled public communications and rhe media. The desireto becomesomethinggreaterthan we aremust be accompanied by the capacity envisionnewand different posibilities. had Pluto conjunct Neptune in Gemini in this house.How we behaveand what energies awakenin friendship is alsoshown by placementshere.the closer we bring it to actualization. Saturn or Capricornis more likely ro hold back in the group. friends. Morethan to anyother species. delays or obstructions on the way to finally grounding its goalsand objectives.but prefers to keep things light 'live (althoughshemay expect friendsto up to' ratherhigh ideals). .goals. is in Sarurnrhere may havedfficulry in forming positiveimagesof the future or may encounter blocks.while Saturnis more awkward. and feel awkward lumpish mixing with the others.Our to own mind is developedas we relate to others in the immediate environment. largehuman brain and evolved the cerebral comor endowshuman beingswith the capacityto imagine a wide range of alternatives.the llth house givesa senseof how comfortable feel in group situations. People are linked together through friendship. we Venusmay make friends easily.project which wc ouflardly and meet externallythrough friends. while Neptune may be confusedabout what it really wanrsor merely fantasizesand daydrcamsabour unrealistic aims. In the llth house. Friendshipclearlyfits into the llth houseidcd of becominggreater than what we already are. The llth housealsosuggests way in which we make friends. In the secondair house (the 7th) we grow through the close encounter of our own awareness with another person's awareness. who rose to the heightsof success london's anisticand socialcircles. rather than just describingthe type of group.a man with Marsin this house may be attracted to those people who exhibit obvious Manian qualities.96 THE TITELVE HOUSES THEELEVENTH HOUSE 97 in musicsocieties. the first air house(rhe 3rd) vrcgain In the ability *rough language distinguishsubjectfrom object. likewisc. In rhis context. dcriving a good propoftion of its worth and identity from group involvement.personal boundaries cxpanded.they stimulate and push him then provide that energyfor him into action. Planetsand signsin the llth often describe kinds of friends the to whom we gravitate. Marssetsa goal and rushes after it.we are broadened by what they have to share. in had the Moon in lro in the llth.The manner in which we envisionpossibilitiesand proceedtoward realizingthesehopesand wishes shownby placements the llth.Uranuswith asuology spiritualistor psychic groupsi and Marswith the local rugby club. It is not such an unusual phenomenon for somebody in San Franciscq somebodyin london. In the last air house(the llth) our individual minds are connectednot just to the minds of thosecloseto us bur to all othcr minds. wishes and objectivcs. Evolution pushes greaterand greaterlevels tovrards ofcomplority. of Someone to makethe tea. the Marscould rush impulsivclyinto fricndship. PaulJosephGoebbels. it is helpful to remember that the more clearly we can imagine a possibiliry.intrigue and of treachery come into play. Funhermore. Forinstance.countryor lorrd ones. However. The Sunor ko theremay haveto be the leader.Forexample. in most other situationsand who with other people might be normally more placid and withdrawn. it is more likely that signsand planetsin the 1lth symbolize styleof behavingand interacting our in group situations. and the Moon or Cancertheremay has be happy to providenot only theseservices its home asa meeting but place as well. Subjectand object. and anotherpersoninJapan ro 'flash' on rhe samebright newidea independendyof one anotherwithin a relatirrly closespan of time. such as dynamism. choicesand outcomes. \ile of introduce our friends to new ideasand interestsand. or Oscar Vilde. . However. we discover relatedness just nor our to our family. we Venusor Libra may blend in easily and makemanynewfriendsthrough joining a group. Mercuryor Gemini in this housemight appearasthe secretary the group or as one of its most cleverspokespeople. irc and both the nceds and resources others become interwoven with our own.thereis the desircto transcend movebeyond or existingimagesand models of ourselves. his friends will .shyor cautiousin this respect. In the 1lth. If the man with Marsin the llth hasnot developcdhis own 'Mars' 'get side. beenlabelledthe houseof hopes. drivc and directness. Pluto suggestsintense and complicated associarions which significantlytransformusor in which issues betrayal. yearnfor a more ideal !7e selfor a more utopian socie Therefore this areaof the chan has ty. and lacksthat cenain up and go'. Eleventhhouseplanerssensitizea personto the ideas and thoughrs circuladng on rhe level of the group-mind. differentiatcd in the 3rd. meet face to facein the 7th.

wantingwholeness yetfcaring and This aistendd double bind of and rcsistingit .aneryindividud intuits that his or her innermost nanrre is unbounded. Klcin and a host ofother modem psychologistsagreethat the infant's first strucnrre of consciousnes is pre-subjcct/object. is a kind of divine homesicknes.ii] li 14. Who we are is influenced by others. thcn I go through sor and lorc: of Anothcr ploy to rcgain a lost sense bqpnl my scpafirteness.Our minds are linked and directly affectedSone another. Freud.The notion thatwe orist asanisolated entity is quickly losing ground to a more collectiveor broadersense of of sclf. human heaft can go to the lengths of God. fach person contrasting personis yct each and tnnscendhis or her individud seParateness self.Howevet.is thc major predicament the l2th house. desireto the went.2 los of the separatg terrified of disintcgrationand&cads thc . of Because dissolution theego-identiry the in an attemPtto satiS the yearning sceksubstitutegratifications to for sclf-transcendence.' Immcrsion and in dcohol or drugpis anothcr*zy to breakdwn boundaries ii il i .' The poet \Talter de la Mare writesthat bur dreamsaretalestold in a dim Eden. In the 12th housc.. Thc redirorrcry of this wholenes is our greatestnecd end tZttr perspectirre. fishes im in opposite Human b. then the restof lifc is connected me.FTI{HOUSE 99 I I TI{E TWETFTH HOUSE til il If the doorsof perception werecleansed.Jung. sf tc. asa regression into urgeuanslates e mptical longingfor union with our thissame of soruce and e direct otpcrience being pan of somethinggreater t It then ourselves. strategyfor reconnecting unity is One 'If I am lorrcd. Thc egohasfought hardto win a sliceof lifc for the itself:whyshouldit relinquishthis?In thc glyph of Pisces. Or as Christopher Fry puts 'The it. proqpcct a renrmto that state else peaceful. THE T!TEI.naturally associated with watery Pisces and the planet Neptune. blisfirl. and others are influenced by who we aJe.the yeaming to rcturn to the undiftrentiated uaten of the comb. Piaget. the distinction berween ourselvesand others is chdlenged by the understandingthat eachpan of a rystemisrelatedand interconnected with the other paru.held or included. Early memoriescut the most deeply. infinitc and etemd. From e rcductionist pqrchologycan of reconncrt with the lostscnsc origind wholeness bc understmd backto the pre-binh state.but in spiritual teffns. represents rhe urge for dissolution which cxists in each of us .'On is most underlying lercl. And ytt.' is through wielding porrcr and omnipotenceand omniprescnce prestigc 'If I canortend my tcrritory of influenceorrcrmore and to more things. people issofrightening. Mysticsand scientists alike tell us that we are not so sepdate after all.o ascietod with thc l2th house. something in us.. the rwin processes the dissolution of the individud ego and the merging wirh something greaterthan not the self is felt and o<perienced. via the mind or intellect as in the llth.space and time. would errerything appear man asit is' infinite' to v'liam Brake Commencingwith the lst housc. sounds of thc In oncreqpcct. sign directions.i"gF are fucd with e fundamentd dilemma. the 12thhouse.the ccstatic serenely and itsclfandthc ftar of is ovmdemise contends ego's desire presene to wittr this longing.aswe have seenin the llth. but with our hean and soul. to the otiginal stateof unity.ignorant of boundaries.with two of uantsto losea sense isoladonand puUs.growthhasentaileddistinguishing from the unbounded and universalmatrix of life out of ourselves which we first emerged.On rcme deep lerrcl.

somepcople with a-strongl2th housewill seekan! m3ary of gscapingor withdrawing from tlrc world altogether. Along with thc l2th houseconfusionabout who we areoften comes a lack of a. memory pa$ experiences colourthe way Storedin our unconscious we seeand meet the world. They ar. 'fixer'.According to this concept. The capacityto hold things togetheror funhlr thcir own pirsonal ends is somehorv subservienr a much greaterdissolvingpd€r orrcrwhich to there is little contiol.rlll i IOO THET\TETVE HOUSES THETVELFTH HOUSE IOI llil i il trill i rii lll i itlr 11ri l. the . absorbs inflatesindividual identity. others '.nyconcretedircction in life. others diston their pcrsonalidentitiesdramaticdly out of proponion. attitudesand directions life. But from how far back do thesepast influencesstem? planetsand signsin the l2th may relateto what In somecases.The Romanshad a saying 'What meaning is this comparedwith eternitv?' aeternitatem?' Similarly. to someextent. prayerand devotion to God.whatt the difference? soonasa dear identiry isdisdnguishcdbt rt .or didn't turn 'Quod hoc ad out to be everything. call the developingembryo is receptivenot just to physicalsubstances which rhe mother ingests. tzth housedescribcs that the the helper. supposition through offering the self up to somethinggreater.let go of a sense an autonomous and separate to mergewith the all-embracing self whole.This is true in of sofar aswemust.something happenswhiih pulls the rugfrom the under rhe feet and nebulousnes reignssupremiagain. ratherour attac but blneflt to them. but is also affected by her overall psychological stateduring-the gestationperiod. For this reason.n r. relationships. came across caseof a pregnant mother who wasdiagnosedas the . the persontries ro play God . The original meaning of the word sacrificeis . memory of thc sourceof this attitude: only There is no conscious feeling that this is what life is about.on as the individual thinks he or shchas. As " is imposed_on life.to make sacred'.efceling that sinceevcrything is all the sameanlnley. a sffong emphasis this housecanindicatepeoplewho hara greatdifiicult! on in forming clearlydefined identitiei. So-overwhelmed the suffering by around them. it mysteriously of slipsavay ot diipiears. While and sufferingoften serveto soften the ego and give rise to sacrifice greater empathyand spiritualawareness. \(rhat theythought would of just givethem ultimate satisfaction wasn'tenough. Irtting go of the 'me-in-icrei or versus'you-out-there' paradigm meansthat the borders berween ourselvesand others become blurred. 1b rnrying degrees. *y. psychologists 'the umbilical ef[ect'.Othen who feel the pain 'out rhere' asthiir own will naturalliwork in some way-to_relieve pain. martyr or siviour who . On some level. bui we it dso confersa greaterdegreeof empathy and compassionfor thosc with whom we sharethe Eanh. ril11 iiiil ||l iiii rigidities. urgesand compulsions and which operatefrom below the level of conscious awareness yet in significantly influenceour choices. suicidal urgesand variousother forms of self-destructive behaviour often cloak the dcsire to rerurn ro a more blissful state of non-differentiated being. valueof pain and the the 'l natureof sacrifice too easilydistortedinto haveto sufferto are find God' or Anything that might constitutepersonal satisfaction must be givenup.takes the needs on' and causes ofothers.rescuer.the 4th and the 8th) reveals patterns. there may be th. l2th housede-srrucures'. 1b the degree thar we derive our identity or fulfilment from such things as possessions. The obscuring of boundariesberweenthe self and othcrs may createconfusion about_where begin and other people end. the 12th. ideologies beliefsystems. their llth Somepeoplemay evenmanageto acquircor achieve house in dreams and wishes only to discover. the mother might have endured a traumatic time during the pregnancy.engulfs.Rippling through all the lcveh Jfmeaninfof the tzth iirhe that the individual is redeemed through self-sacrifice. a personmay rry to imbue the egoitself with rhosequalities. the 12thhouse(alongwith the other waterhouses . The l2th housc may raisc any of theseissues. losetouch we or with our deeperand most basicunbounded nature. Ratherthan sacrificethe ego ro merge with somethingn'minous and divine. The nature of what is in in this way is shown by placements the 12th.a to form of inflation related to whai Abraham Masiow called ' higher-sidetracking'. If Pluto is there.' Howwer.the 12th houseis a constantreminderthat all joyslong for infinity.aptured somethlg upon which to hang the sense 'I'. Hoycvel it is approached.1 by whatevei they arearound.that theystill feelcheated a morecomplete happiness. or whoeverthey makeconracrwith.drirrcs.Instead of secking to_reconnect God.ek tranrendence more directlv through meditarion. Somethingwasmade sacred offering it to the godsor the higher by forces. of The child is then born with a sense the dangerof life and a nagging apprehensionthat doom is only around the corner. Her attitudes and to experiences ransmitted through the umbilical connection the are 'passed on' to thc child foetus in the womb. 'liaditionally.perhaps is not thingsthemselves it which must be sacrificed. As i. Forexample I recently a rague .





laving.a brain tumour. Her babydaughter*zs bom with pluto in the 12th and the mother died shonly after her binh. \U7har aboutfunher backthan the womb?Manyasrologenreftr to the 12th as the 'house of lzrna'. Reincamationisr befs'e that the 12thasthe 'house lzrrna'. Reincamationisr the immond human soulis on a journcyof perfection-i r.* to irs sourcethat cannot be accomplished one shon liftspan. in Definite laws, rather rhan chancl, operareto determine^ the circumstances erarylifetimeor each of siage the sojourn.with of eachnew incarnadon,we bring with us tfre har'esr "i*p;ri.;;; from pro'io's liras,aswellaslatint capaciries awairing derclopment. causes in motion in prior odstences ser affecrwhat-we -..i in th. presenr Thercul choosescenaintime to bebornbecause one. a thc asrrologicd paftemfits the oqxriences needed the presenr for $age o{Browth.In this sense, entircchandepictsou,Ao*ro boih the what hasaccrued a resuhof pastactions-and what we need as alrc to.avakento proceed funher.Morespecift"lly,the r2th house sho*s ate bringing over'from rhe pastwhich will operarcthis yl"l "" lifetime on eitherrhe debir or creditiide of ou, Difficuh placemen$ the 12thmayindicare "..ouirt. spots' in old 'trouble andenergies whichc/emisused earliir li'es andsdll needto llcarn in to handle-wisely this in Fo.siti'e placements rhishouse in suggest 9y. ingrainedgyalitiesyhich will senrc admntageousty riftifine us this asa resultof 'work' doneon them in thepast.nehtirrcio *ris theory some astrologers the l2th thc houseof'self-sustainm.ttt t lilabel o, undoing'. Forinstance,if Marsor Aries is there, it could bc thar selfishnes, impulsirrcncs, rashneshasbcena problcmin th; or ppt agd a continuadonof suchbehaviour-"y bi rhe cause a of 'don'nfall' in this lift. on theotherhand,aurcll-aspected house tzth Mars-suggesa positiveMarsqudities suchario,rrag., strenqth that and fonhrightness ha'e alreadybeenlcamedand wilisustain ihe natirrcthrough d4ql. times, comingro the fore just when they rWithmixedaspec$ placements aremo$ needed. to in thc l2th, the effectof tl,ratplanel _or energysomehow hangsin thc balance, p if.*q arebeing.tested howwehandlethat piinciple. If *c use for ig wSly be rccruded;if wc run amock-with planct or the ",.411 sig_n_in question,-rhe consequences likely to be serrcre. ate r$(/hether reftr to 'the umbilicaleftct' orio thc we theory karma of and reincamation, placements thc l2th describc in influences which harrecomedwn to us from crusesand sources which we cannot obviouslylcmeqrberor see. Through the mtery 4th we i"h.tii ot rctain rrcsdge.s our ancestrdpast.In the l2th, it is posible thet of wr arcreceptirre ancrtn largerpool mcmory- whitJung c2[ed to or

the rhecollectiveunconscious: endre memory of the whole human 'the prccondition as race. Jung defined the collectiveunconscious just of eaitr inlividud psyche, asthc scais the carrierof thc individud In wave'.3 someway,asshownby the 12thhouse,eachof usis linked far of to the past,carryingrecords experiences bcyondwhat we havc personallyknown. the the Besides residueof the past,hovrever, collecti'rcunconscious potentids waiting to be tapped. Colin of isdrc the storehouse latent 'the mind may includc all man'spast unconscious !(ilson writes that t The unconsciousmind is more than but it dso includes his fururel just a reserroirof represed or buricd thougha, impulscs an{ wishel - it isalsothe source 'potentiditiesfor knm'ing and operiencing' of which the individual hasyet to contact.5The 12th house' in othcr words, containsour future aswell .rsour Past. serveasthe mcdiators Somcpcoplc with 12th houscplacements of universd, mythic and archetypalimagess'wirling and transmitters 1b about on the leral of the colleaira unconscious. %rying dcgrees, healers, actors,religiousleaders, writers, comPosersr cenain artists, modern-day piophea tap into this realm and become mptics and 'tuned into'. the vehiclesfor inspiring otherswith what thcy have They touch the appropriate chord which then resonates with something insidc us, and we are able to share thcir orprcrience' Numeroui oramplesof chaftswith 12th houseplacementsillusffate this phenomenon: the comPoserClaude D9b9sy with sensuous Venus in ko in the 12th; tUfliUiamBlakc with the imaginative and fteling Moon in C:ncer in this housc;the poet Byron whoseopansira and playful use of word, rhyme and form invigorated,the whole mo\€ment hadJupiter in Gcmini in the 12th; and the Rom-antic visionaryPierreTeilhard de Chardin with the Sun, Neptung, Vequs, in Pluto and thc Moon all in the 12th, are just a few cases point. in It is asif energies thc 12th housc are not intended to be used that principle solelyfor personalends.lVe may be askcdto o(Press for tLe sakeof others, not iust for ourselrts. For instance,if Man fot is there we may take on the role of fighting a battle or cause other or we people.In thij sense, giveour Marsaway, bffer it-up' to others. Mercury in the 12th may speakother people'sthoughts or servcas for a spokesperson others. Somepeople, through 12thhouseplacements,lead what might 'sy-Uoti. lives'.Their individual life issues rcflect rends be called or dilemmas in thc collectiveatmosphere.For orample, Mahatma Gandhi, with the Sun in Libra in the 12th, became the living for cmbodiment of a Libnn principle of pcacefulco-oristence millions





of people. Uranus in the 12th houseof Hirler's chan renderedhim orceptionallyopen to ideologieswhich may have been in the air at that dme. Bob Dylan has Sagimarius the 12th housecusp an<i on is rulerJupiter in the ith, the areaof the chan related ro creative orpresion. Through his music he was both the mouthpiece and inspiration for many of the trends of the 1960s counter-culture.A blackwomanwith Uranusin Cancerin the 12thwasborn and raiscd in a pan of England where rhere were hardly any non-whites. In having to integrateherselfinto the life of the townshe wasnot onrv dealing with her own personaldilemma but fighdng the causeoi many other black people as well. The 12thhousehasbecn calledthe houseof 'secret enemies'and 'behind rhe scenes activity'. This could bc taken literally to mean people who plot or-conspireagainstus. However,it is more likcly to penain to hidden weaknesses forces in ourselveswhich or undermine the realizationof our conscious goalsand objectirres. In brid, unconscious drivcsand compu.lsions sho*n by the izth ho,se as placementscan thwart the achievement our conscious of aims. br instance,if a man hasthe Moon and Venusin the 7th house,there is -a strong urge to be close to another person in an intimate relationship.Burif this man alsohasUranusin the 12th,it suggesa that unconsciously there may be such a suong desire for frellom and independencethat he will somehowsaboage any amempt ro form binding ties. Generdly, in any contest bctwein conscious-aims and unconscious aims, it is usudly the unconscious which wins. In this casc,-he may habirudly be attractedonly to thosewomen who are not free to marry or who, for rcme reason, do not wish to reciprocatehis adrances.In this way,the unconscious compulsion to remain independent (uranus in rhc 12th) is vicroriouso'er thc more conscious needs.If we are conscious urgesin ourselves, of we can do something to regulate and dter thesc if we so wish. If we ate unconsciousof cenain patterns or drircs, thesehave a way of dominadng and conmolling us. \tr(/har are unconsciousoi in we ourselras a knack of coming up from behind and hitting usover has thehcad. Therefore,if no matieihow hard vrc rry somec6nscious god is condnudly blockcd, we might oamine the l2th housefor clues why. The linking of the l2th housewith instirutions makessensein the light of the rarious connotations of this house discused so far. Thc 12th shmn what is hidden or in the backgroundjust ashospitals 'stored iwey' 1nd prisonsare,itr p"n, placeswherecenaln people are from society.Thoscwith difficult placementsin the l2th may track'

complores under the *rain of life or fdl prey to powerful unconscious which erupt ro the surface,resulting in the need to bc looked after 'put away' because they are considered and contained. Others are In the dangeroustothe well-being of society. anyof thesecases, will of a higher authoriry is forced on them, congruent with the 12th houseprinciple of the individual submitting to something greater than the self. Hospitdization or a pcriod of withdrawal from life psychological may be neededto re-establish and physicalbalance, thus making a personultole again- another 12th houseprinciplc. and homesfor thc disablcd also Experiences orphanages,hospices in appear via the l2th. It is not uncommon to find people with placementsin this house working within suchinstitutions. Servingothersles fonunate than and the self is the pracdcaloeresion of compassion empathywhich the 12th houseconftrs. Thc Church, rariouscharities,or the monasdc life will be other sphcres which absorbthe personwho feelsit is his or her calling to sacrificeor dedicatethe life to God or the welfare 'bad karma' can be believethat past of others. Rcincarnationists cleared through goodwill and serviceof this kind. fu alreadymentioned, thc 12th housegivesaccesto the collective archirre of aperience passed on generation after generation. of Therefore,it is not surprisingthat the keepers this storehouse thosewho work for museumsand libraries- often hara 12thhouse placements. It would not be appropriate to discus the l2th house without mcntioning again the researchdonc by Michel and FranEoisc of Gauquelin.6 They analysedthe careers succesful sponspeople and found a corelation with Mars in the 12th housesectorof the tended to harrcSatum there, dran. Similarly,rienti*s and physicians on writen the Moon, and aconJupiter. Based their snrdies,it appears that planets in the l2th (and to somecxtent the 9th, 6th and 3rd) significantly determine the characterand professionof the natirc. who assumedthat placementsin This surprisedmany astrologers the lst or 10th housesshould be strongerin this respect. Howerrcr, are their findings so strange in thc light of what we 'give auray' understand thc 12th houseto be? If there is an urge to whateveris in the 12thto other people, then it follonrsthat we could make a careerout of the principles there. Also, if the 12th house indicates energiesin the collectivc atmosphere to which w€ are sensitirc, then it is likely that our characterand o<presion will reflect thesc.Sporupcople capturethe collectirr urge to competeand be first (Mars);writerstune into the collcctiraimagination (Moon) and



scientists serve collectiveneed to classifrand structure(Saturn). the Sincethe 12threlatesto reconnectingwith somethingnuminous and divine, an individual may experience planet there asthe key a or path to greatnes and self-ranscendence. Naurally, he or sheqould want to developit. On somelevel, they may belicrrcthat the doors to heaven are opened through orcelling at whaterrcrptinciple is in the 12th. The deep longing for wholenes and immondity which existsin all of us is the enticement which modrates achierament through 12th house planets. For some people, e.L2th house emphasisconuibutes to the lack of a clear identity nebulousnes, directionles lirres,victimization, the orperience of being overwhelmed by unconscious drircs or undercurrenm at loose in the atmosphere, and a distoned senseof the value of suffering and self-sacrifice. thc other hand, the 12th On houseconceptof zurendering the sensc being a separate of dfgirres rise to true empathy and compassion, selfles service, anistic inspiration, and ultimately the capacityto merge with the grcrter whole. In the lkh house,we theorizeon the unity and interconncrtednes of all life. It is acknowledged principle. In the 12th, the mystery in of our onenesswith the rest of creation is pcrceirrcd dircctly with errcrycell of the body. All of o<istence felt aspan of ounelves, just is asportions of our body are pan of us. \7ith such an awarenes, it would be asdifiicult to heedlessly harm another personasit would be to cut offone of our fingers. Conrrcrsely, what we felt served our own individud well-being would inrnariably serrr the good of the whole. An old story illustrates the positirc side to the 12th housc. A man is allocrcdto visit Hearcn and Hell. In Hell, he sees largegathering a of peoplc sitting around a long table set with rich and delectable food. And yet these peoplc are miserableand starving. He soon discoversthat the reiuon for their dreadful state is that the spoons and forksprovided for them arelongerthan their arms.As a result, they areunable to bring the food to their mouths and fted themsclrres. Then the man is shown Heaven. He finds the sametable set out there, with the same extra-long eating utensils. But, in Hearrcn, insteadof just trying to feed their own selrrcs, eachpersonuseshis or her spoonand fork to feedonc another.They aredl well-fedand h"PPy. While notfully losing our own personalidentity or scnse out of own unique individuality, we need to orperience, acknwledge, honour, and connect to, that pan of us which is unirrcrsaland

of unbounded. Uldmately, the uick is to swim in the creters the 12th housewithout dtowning in it. 'we ourselrrcs matrix of life, establish emergcout of the-universal that after all w€ are redly one asindividuil entities, and then find with all creadon.\urhether our connecrionwith the greaterwhole is consciouslyorperienced or not through the 12th house, it is inevitable that oir phpical bodieswill die and disintegrate Ybtl physical of the body dies, so dbesthe sense our having a seParate we return to the collectiveground eristence.one way or another, out ofwhich wehavecome.vhat wastherein the beginningis there at the end. V'e arrive back at the Ascendantto begin again on a new lerrclof the spird.

'. .?.t:b"dvand'subsnn"^(?ldhouse) of life' matrix of . Hotses(see Ttt. fro"res intimate on oi.itp*iry.A knwledge of thescgroupingsenriches undcrstanding an of the meaning of eachhouseand the way in which one houseor sphereof life relatesto another.. .JPING which fdl belowthe The houses and lower(nonhern) hemispheres' with the most-directly rlAi- GROUPINGTTIEHOUSES for Search measurable elements yourphenomena among and then search relations for berween these measurcs.r...t.og.t FAST PER..rm. ffi.A t.I' seels o(press oumardly the .:.J"f .e*J -i.it or her in itself to . are These knon'nasthe requirements p."it'rrtit'r'"*.*i oi r.\(iith this mouldsa rnote.d 6rd house)-out the unirrcrsal funherorpresion the ln Oadrantll(houscs 4-6) growthinrolves rllllll Fq..i.kg-.concerned "rJ iniiua"d and stp"t^it idtntitv andthe basic il.il.i. theFour Qaidrants SOUTH EAST WEST SOUTH /\ //\ COLLECTIVE HOUSES\ Aotses 7-12 Fig.il..._. .". another thehorizonin half' #. ""Th.ir.individud il._shaped *.5 . ilffid andpcrftctirspanicular fine-^nrne ano 1thhousc.tnthc4thhousc.. .oi"r. Hemisphercs and Quadrants Thc line of the horizon divides the chan inro the upper (southern) (ilr.ffi ..Jlftr-Jn"riat..dself the f". .ttftift' " Hoases.Personal on 7-12)focus the whichareabove horizon(houses {1r.i... fto"t....ilI i rli L5.ni-r. Fieure5).6 WEST to takcshape 1-3) / In Qaadranr (houses the individualbeeins formsthroughthe identity asa distinctentity. tnennrni."tio".and in relationto level..SOIVAL HOUSgS Houscs l-6 ''-----' NORTH ..l'ilg Figure6)' (see i-fr..tt areknown astheCollectiac il. Alfred Nonh Vhitehcad (Science the Modetz lYorld) and The twelvehouses be subdividcd and classified can under different headings. TI{E HOUSES GROI... cuttingthe of rhc meridiancrosses line of the horizon of thewheelof division "*1.J.*on "ililo. t6..ta inheritance. of *..iety asa whole..nl individualwith others: an the interconnection t...it own idcntity.in .'ff'-t.

houses the task ln 9-12 -. it*ie r1. groundand bodv... Angulat Houscs(Figuret) ere ...thcre is the closeencounterhtween one lrrson's reality and anotherperson's redity.i.h. .).**ion.i"tt'ot'* iililtt".n.lstice). thi urge..'#..di!r"-as presenred il.. Houses of a sense the establishes i.-Likewisc. mdrcaung (lst' and thc soark inoiration of a fieryhousc 5th and9th) with awatery ends phase n'..tt .r. In QtdrantlZ{houscs 10-12)the main concemis the oganding or transcending the boundariesof the selfto include not just oni of is describedby other.* -g.dt".t one or square oPPose of the cardindcros figuratiraly sPneres rePresent.h..aditionally or succedent cadent' angular. ffi.t. but many others.. .l.?. i".?rillSgical . In the 7th house. skills and capabilities(6th housc).of *ti. new and g€nerate release Lloli. i isposibleto subdividethe iJil.ichclassification.r..\is ortrer an individual's-spiritualidentiry r" .. impacton our individualitv: a J1iii *tfi ."li t*i"r..h fofiowimmediatcly wtth thelu' tne /tn wltn the with thc Ascendant.iilt' 'me-in-here'.rJ.f... -rt. the ryr.."a"*1 Td. eth ""r. tg"ft housescorrespond cardindsigl:f {i::!:.uses the In Ouadrant alstll the lstnogs3 upontherog onei*hi.. phase tJ'Jt-ii-n. .. four angular other' nn of lift which are potcntially in cgn{llct wrth each Housess-B PHA5E T Housesl-4 F'ry.-in-h. lhis phase selfwith thel-iJlpi.. "r*. cardinalsigns and spurusintoacdon rcprescnt -g. The 8th housedepica the breakingdown of the individud ego-identity through the processof merging with another. to the .iiilr. G...r.' ibra(autumnal Cancer eouinox)..if".. A person'srole in socicty are explorecl the 10th house.mi. we area paft: the devclopmenr.i tn houses theindividual bornandbecomes .thehomc-andfamilybackground(4th (lfth)' (7th) and career ielationships il... -Th.Rtl:F and cquinox) I (summirsolstite.transitionwhich leadsto the no<tstage' and Ancular..7 bl_.o op..HOUSES GROUPINGTI{E HOUSES nature. with society-at-large i.quadranmmakessensein Vhifilgro"pi"g of biundaries createdbythe cross the horizon .-il h.ol of being.tt and share autonomous 'you-out-therc'. of housc-division AngalarHo.*. 4th house bcsins tbth with the MC' In the naturalzodiac' .iiJL.is.L ott.* l.h$.'.v.ntitv(rsthouse).andeach il..and re-visioningof the self is shown by the 9th housc. is 1-4. of "f fr".-.-.. Sucdcnt and Cadent theyare to according whether classificd T#h.t.. and of the selt relationshipto rhat which is greaterand yet inclusive is orplored in the 12th.r(^s& PHASE Itr Houses 9-lz PHASE II in wheel yetanother -.ic* .IIO THETIUTETVE.rl *iU hclpin theinterpreiadonposible ai[i.ft..rro*fia.tour hogses the anothcr.mind' back o*n existence' Ji . f.' but nor justwith'afewothers.rarious forms of group consclousness -.. The subsequentbroadening.Ai. L'*h " and tzth) desciibing disolution' assimilation the t li.h.. reauakening..tt harrc strong ffi o. ... In Quadranr 11l(houscs7-9) the individual expandsawareness through relationship with orher people. with begins each In this .. " of the housesby.

"in-"g fttt (lst).regresive.""r. There is a fear that if we *i"r-*fr..-.a p*ttins establishcd in life (4th) often elly fathcr)onto a p"""..t#. *t Bttn so dcnigrated the reiectedchild who we have nothing to off. but much.rld .squaleone enother.8. a ctientif the dealrhreatens iri ri"..il.onc and whic-h.r.tr if conversely' we ld€ntlty..itconditioning as a child that we feel society(10th). Tlte 4th-tOtb oPPosition at home and Here.. and toth Tbe lst-4tb rqaare and unique individuals (lst)' but t9 *i:*fl..Jif.q. one oossible.ii" thti"ltt4 to be in the4th)' \0e might r".. is bctween staying awayfrom the in the family unit (4th) versus-being p"iiiip".:ffi.Goil.:..io"'iilL. withwhatissecureandalreadyknowninhibitus(4th).d ""a bv-oyr parentsthat we lack the piotected il:.it-*p""fr* The prot r... The businessman'for instance' .LngFio.I THE TVETVE HOUSES GROUPINGTHE HOUSES Irt love:how much dilemma of will versus rwo housesgivesthe classic how much do we adjustto our do we assen own .rfli.iiit*itf' in-us cannot [fe (10th)...'df-. Enr.i ...L in (zth.y not opposca planct in thc 7th. tarrtJ*pptnorquash rn rn tne of yh9 up thechan a vgung."i.tbti#t life ' The woman morncntsto r.nture out of tht familv home .:' Ve arebom scparate . The #..flttt on the deepermeaningof or sDare d*'not h"utihetimeto bewiththefamilv' mav rwo these houses betornbetween q*t" -.urges itk . ff"u. figuntirrcly spcafing Thc semeeppliesto planetsin thoschouses et least.tip. An opposition between these t A square a 90 degree is anglebctwecnt*o planes. thcy arein opposition.cr(Neptune soasnot ro disrurb to smv "r -i t..' Problems peopleclearly our obscure ability io . .o.l to collapse l...A planet in thc lst may or m.. Ewn if they do not form an oppositionaspcct. pull of housc thc pull of thcoppcitc trorc corld still prescnt problcrn a of.na. ia..o. planetsin the 4th oppttitions berween isues may ar$ert.tensionariscs if bctyiecnthcsc thc o*o iueas lift.entred i I HOUSES ANCULAR..Jrir. t-.l "i at the last mornent' -" how wefunction laterin (4th) influences ilr.rire.r Tbc lst-7tb opposiion (lst)must besacrificed Somedegreeofpcrsonal identity and fuom to funcrion in a relationship (7th).rgg Activatlry t Gewrar.i.o. J. Hovcrrer. naturdspontanelty in i" tqttia to Neptune Scorlioin the4th' His and containcd restricted andenthusiasm$"pii. but..n.rnl" hadJupttcr l'eo ... The4tb-lth sqa*re thereisa likelihood the berween 4th and7th houses' Vith squarcs the a parent(usually busines'around ..il."rt..rrJiuid""tity and adiust too need or r.Or itt *t makea mark on the world? Have tJrho*-'ittttn' i.t. "tt houses.8 t squaresand opposidons plenets may make to one anothet if pleced in rhese houses.d at dl ?Thcse .htt individualitv? ourbudding h". thedesire tnt'adult-like' behaviourexpected (4th) . then we loseour own seParate won't loveus' and demanding' then others . 'ott "' " *tft ormother' childfor.""n.i'otitty?..:it.i".. the oppcition is a 180dcgrceanglc.n....-g man immersedtn familv in order ro esnblisira carcer(1fth)...

kK"#i"'.H.ttotft. Likc the angular houses.The succedent 2nd house adds substanceto the persond identity (1st) through dcfining our posesions. Or a panner may be sought who enhances one'ssocid standing.weaffirm and suengthenthe sense 'I' distilled 5th of from the angular 4th by orpressing who we are and impresing on ourselrrcs othen. which consolidatethe generativeenergyof cardinal signs..".11 19: nl*i: K:?:"9 designingown as -q. \flhat sociery approvesof and ralidates (lOth) may imposc restrictionson what we arenaturdly inclined to do (lst). . Isues with our morher caninterfere with seeing a panner clearly.. hiidan .11'd^*trffi Cbntlrctslrlscucrw'ssuw"rvr'v prcrrrrcs and dear' Tht.#..''r enersy such our ltion'r1. ^ r . . I am a mcmbcr. are *iiting to rcleasc chi do m. Through the activiry of relating to othen (angular our 7th house) we increase resoutces and deh. may haveles time for close w€ pannerships.scestttcry'*--.'tTSl:::f#Y ffi. Somethingthe mother represents (10th) may inhibit the orpresion of the lst houseplanet.L*iO. Tbe Ttlt-tOth rqilare Conflictscould surhce betweencareer (10th)and relationship(7th)..h whic\ r"" i't1g. Often.fi ilil f'$l. resources.q'ffi 11fff' J*: )'ffi"fi: ffi iffiffiffi.to or helons.rons'r o o * s our releaseour childlen wc . "Anorherr ulssuc Y ' 11-9."fo.utilized and derrcloped funhcr rnrhe Saccc&nt Hotses: the 2nd.rter Pcnxln holds r-.natoneP'g.ffi o g3in orrcr Foccsscs. 8th and ttth.II4 THETWETVE HOUSES establishinga home (4th) with a panner (7th) could ariseif planes in thesehouses squareone another.q:f-rmr.The capacity be objectiraand to fair with others is interfcred with because childish needs and of complexes."ryY11..'ilh".*:S.idcntity to encornpass bigger and broaderboundarics(the succedcntllrh).'.hi. ?n9 housc *r.. hnicipating in the mainaining and functioning of society (thc angular 10th) enhancesthe awareness ounelrrcsas of socid beingsand prwidcs the basis oganding our scnsc for of.iTT$"ii#' ""d.#. .n..r.aarrp nrrrr t0rsOmeuungrrsw' evalueOfsom.t.rrrr I *tti l". If we are so busypursuing a career. ('ttr.gortP d.for .ic end thc I acccpt group bc whether whcther " -.n oenootrl satisfaction' for we I" rh.""" uTq :::*'ffi 1* fr wLJ*s'lY . One man with Venusin Iro in the lst squaredto rhe Moon in Taurusin the 10th wanted to be an anist (Venusin Iro in the lst) but his mother insistedthat he choosea more practical carecr(Moon in Taurusin the 10th). lth. Scorpioand Aquarius.I..t*fi ilil'&.t? *. The 2n{ housc.o opinion (lkh)? r r s!'---t*t d an ()ut) rnfo rnc Ytltuu \ rrur/l' iat. In the succedent house. nrrt r. Thesehousesare narurdly associated with the fixcd signs of Taurus.edeeper into ourseh'es (thc zuccedent 8th). SuccedentHouses (Figure 9) The forcesset in motion in the angular housesare concenrrared.thing. thc four succedent houscs reprcrcnt ti HoU5E5 Fig. create oq1a1."fi . we are labelled solelyby what we do in rhe world (10th) rather than by other qudities we might possess (lst).i:g31 ffi:. as designing P*:t-:: such o"#t"ts. shape and boundary.u""Jfi. Tbe 1st-10tb tqaare Sclf-disciplineis neededto forge a career(10rh) and this inrnriably limits our personal freedom and spontaneity (lst). -mignt --. lth housc."i.JG'h'. Our amractiveness a panner (7th) may be contingent to on our statusin the world (10th).(Srhl.rtf^.. rna$ery instirrnrel oPPotttr:eTbc I'h-u'b TbcStb-tttb oPPosiion ar qclr''trurE vs v"" to something grelt:1t.::J'..9SUCCEDENT Wry u Stabttt:rttlS Concretizlng in conflict with eachothcr' of spheres tift which are Potentially Tbc znd-Atb oPPosition 'tii.Iro.ffiH.--^ii rh. of thc conscnsus thc. -o.":3gT.:-ieili.$': 11ii:.tii..'hr i'fl i'T #fii'-ilii.* fflHfr ff. embellished..

to H0U5E5 CADENT ad. Children(lth) might be treated posesions(2nd) or as orperienced a drain on one'sresources.positive. corrccnrrotc houses gazalarcenetgy succedent and angularhouscs cach energy.In hovxs distribttc andrcorganizc enirgy.Rimbaud. Creatira orpresion(5th) may be a way of clcaring something out of the system(8th). Theneedfor security a regular in (2nd) and income could interfcre with time spenton morecreative recreational and 'resting' (lth). \U[e in financid dedings(2nd) with friends(11th).Perrcnal creativity with emotiondtension frustration (8th).ivstul. The 2nd houseneedto establish conflicts with the llth house urgefor clearindividualboundaries Elcrrcnth houscidealismmay be 'out a widcr group membership. Destructirrc (8th) (5th) asin the casc ercesses may be glamorized poet.onflicts rccid ideals (llth) and those of our panner (8th).6th.Sorual conquest could be utilized asa meansof affrming our sclf-importance. political and C. we as creative and special. Insteadof feelingin charge for and of our lirrcs (lth).l16 THE T\TELVEHOUSES TI{E GROUPING HOUSES II7 Tlte Znd-)tlt sqaare A numberof conflicts be stired if planets rhe 2nd square can in planets the Jth.If weharrc these rwo houses accentuated may bc engaged a fiercebattlebetween we in light and dark forcesin the psyche. 2nd Problcms couldensue of touch'with thedm.the cadent . Squares between Jth and Bthhouses somedmes thc cen manifestasintensc conflicts (5th) is associatid with one's children. the mutablesignsof Gemini. Some with squares between 2nd and tth derive the their sense power.On the positircside. (2nd)to idcas theremay clingtoo tenaciously hopes wishes and scnse ability(2nd)to realize and bc the practical (nrh).more intenseand destructive elemcnts lurking in the persondity. Thc kinds of crises associated with the 8th house can temporarilydisrupt the tth house's spontaneiry enthusiasm life. that orcesirrc forcccouldbe usedto obtainthese. Thc 8th dcpictsthe darker.whohad Satumin the 8th of the tornrredFrench squared Neptuncin the Jth. like to beseen bright.g Dist r [unting. could bccome (2nd) to achio.onrcrsc\i struggling activities the afti$ or actor(5th) oftensuffers from the lackof a stable peoplc income(2nd). Sagittarius Pisces. C. Fig. to Tbeail-ittb tqt drc Thc llth house mayhave visionof a better a society. Tbc 11tb-2nd sqaarc The llth house may ptoposc such liberd aims as the equd distributionof wealth. his Sexrdundercurents intrude on a fricndship(11th). Thesocietal rdormerwith squares bctween the llth andthc 8th maybefiredwith such that conviction anymeans justifies (8th)could achieving or herends. and periodsof psyctrological (8th) frec the liferenewal and cleansing forceto express itself morepurely(lth). 9th and 12th)areassociated T?ne Cadent r07hile and Virgo.n-to-eanh housc.but the 2nd houscdesireto onn thingp pcrrcndly couldcontradict this. as TlteStlt-8tb sqilare In the 5th house.ingcenaingodsandobjectirres sostronglyanached \I7e (llth). Valueisplacedon thosethingswhichenhance joy and the dignity of life. cotrld inhibit the easc could arisebetweenour own humanitarian. shon. Re rrtsnrvntariryE*jy Cadcnt Houscs(Figurc 10) with (the Hottscs 3rd. Morepositiraly. may (llth). of qiofthandimponance (5th)solely th'rough whattheyownandposses (2nd). we may be drirrcnby unconscious (8th) complores to actin ways whichweha're orcr little conuol.highly charged emotions In with which we rclateto the largerunit of society. hasit taken but into account deep-seated complocs(8th) in people whichobscure the ability to relate others to fairlyandobjectirrcly? ragingand The needyinfant in us (8th) canwreakhavoc our relationships in with friendsor groups(llth).

(9th) and then intcrpret erarphing around them (3rd) solely or truth in the light of thcse principles. harc as or but the research doneby the Gauquelins suggesa placemens that in these houses morepowerful are thanpreviously Michel belierrcd. artists. the four cadent housesfiguratively square or oPposeone a another.spons cha.oi conversely. topples downdtogetherfrom its positionasking of the mountain. traditiond asuology as would hara orpccted. whichweave together. intcrpersond The explorations struggles the8th areconducirrc the9th house and of to reflectionson deeper the laws proceses and whichgorrcm odstence. Cadenthouses oftenbeendescribed weak insubstantid. scientists. As in the cascof the four angular housesand the four succedent houses.As thementd capacities derclop. leammoreabourwho succedent In we 3rd we are through comparingand contrasting ourselves with rhosc aroundus.military leaders. 4. The Moon appcaredmost frequently in cadent housesin the chans of writers and politicians. the opposition might d.I haveotplained why I don't find theseresultsthat surprising(seepage 105).top orecutives and journalists. writersandothcrc. we readjust reorientate or ourselves the on basisof what we harrcprwiouslyexperienced the preceeding in house.t imponance.it could signifr a good balanccand integration berween of thc right and left hemispheres the brain. ln the discusion of the 12thhouse. andmakes adjustments accordingly. 3. The urge to connect to something greatcr than the sclf (as shown by the 12th and the 9th) and the and dramcterizeour or'n specificidcntities (asshown urge to estabtish the 6th) arethe two complementary principles which bV. condusion in The to be drawn from their surr€y is that cadent housesare more imponantfutors in determining prwiously characterand careerthan suspected. dcrrclopingthe planets in thesehousesis . and the patterns us The perspectivc rhe of individud ego. Marsappeared mostfrequendyin cadenthouscs thc cherts in of physicians. Satumfor scientists. the 9th looks first planetsarefound in opposition berweenthese at thJwh-ole. Marsin the charts successful of sponspeople appeared mostoftcn in the 12thand 9th houses: is. in most frequently in cadenthouses the chans Jupiter appeared oflctors-playwrighr.tse. method of acquiring and processing Tlte 3rd-9t/t opposition the The 3rd housedescribes nature of the analyticd and concrete mind while the 9th house denotes more abstract and intuitive the The thought processes. enteravorld bcJnnd we that of the bodilysenses biologicdnccds (2ndhouse).Theresults of their research shovrcd the planea naturallyassociated that with eachof theseproftssions (suchasMarsfor sporapeople. br instance. finally.they found thesecorrelations: 1. thecadent house.A similar rationale can bc applicd to the other cadent houses.\fhen two houses. The Jrd housemay labour for many weeks the llcture. making surethat eachword conveys precisemeaning a . Mountains are then diaws the wrong conclusions may adhere to somebelief a Pemon madeof mole-hills.ratherthanbcfore thc 7thor 4thhouses. Seenin this light. Eachone represents contrastingview of life and a different information.mpions and top occutives. doctors. sporuchampions. thc planets in these housesassumee gtcr. In other words.In panicular. reconsider.) moreoften in the cadenthouses than in the angularhouses. politicians. Gauquelin and his wife FranEoise both psychologists are and statisticians harrc who studiedrhediumd disuibudonof thc plancts in thousands accurately of timed binhchans. soldicrs.TI-IE TIUTEIVE HOUSES TFIE GROUPING HOUSES 1I9 cadenthor.i"l if *. noc mostfrequenthouscpositions The of Mars forthe sponspeople tested they c/ere 6rh andthe 3rdhouscs. in cenain cases.therefore we will be highly motirated to developand give orpressionto the planetstherc asl *ay of lending greatermeaning to our odstence.already reelingfrom the llth house orperiencc of beingpan of a groupor largersystem. Hwever. Therdore. cadent and Thc reflects the useor misuse thc outpouringof energy 6th housc on of in the 1th.they analysedthc houseposition of planetsin the chafts of cenain profesions actors. the Agarn.The 9th is where we look for truth and principles to guidc our lirrcs. military leaders. 3rd housesees pans.Both the 6th and rhi lrd housei describcour effons to discernhow we differ ftom other pcople. 3rd and form the crux of the human dilemma.n . appeared etc. businesorecutircs. areto diftrentiate ounelrrcsfully from othersand ddine as ourseh'es scparateindividuals.h. I Bridly recapitulated. in most frequently in cadenthouses the chans Saturnappeared of scientisa and phpicians. politicians. factsare distorted preparing a to pro'trc point.note a Personwho gathersfacts(3rd) and (9th) from them. justafterthe rising that and supcriorculminationof the planetratherthan just before in the lst or 10thhouses.thesearejust dter the settingand infcrior culminadon of theplanet.in the cadentl2th.

i"ni* abstract.. "bo.i.n.-h. ---ffr.t .rt * aus shonlf the that it abidingconviction pursucdwith the same ilse is fervently 'werything'. hc might be bom this lifc with allergiesto cenain foods. and two things'Put these tog. trusting that he or she will intuitively know what with the 3rd-9th opposition.stemming from a sourcewhich is not obniousto fface. it ispossiblc .Thetendency The 3rd housclikesto knowa little mind to onerJork.i. and is awareof the to the elusive.rtlx "?Ui.."r. bit of the truth andotherkindsof .notopening to themselves complete are they futfit*. to saywhen the time comes.. the . the 12th flocNs with it. Tlte 6t lt-t Ztlt opposition The 6th house examinesthe myriad forms of relative existence.not how much the of 'ftels' it weigtrsor measures. (6th)' co-workers with inihe'form of problems i. embraces essence a thing .* to knowasmuch asposibleabout who wants il.r. q.rd. thinfto bewerything'Thqnthevcanfind .A *-. Oltbrtto differentlyin eachplay. For orample.fi... tirereisgerrcrilyth.rri. Thc of 6th house plans life.looking.h.The 6th house is pragmatic.theyshouldapproachitwiththeatutudethatlt or version anglcbf the truth' In otherwords'they mavoffersome oron.:.t ii totaly fulfilling. nourishment in historically the rq""re beiween 6rh and 9th canbe seen (9:ry of inductivemodes rientific inrrcstig"Uql thc conflictbetween faith and beliefs from religious -d tfrrf.howwer.I I2O TF{E T\UEIVE HOUSES TF{EHOUSES GROUPING Lzl intended.1"f. and a boundary-dissolrar... 12th aspires transcendwhateveris mundane. .. He had three plancts in the 6th opposingUranusin the 12th..i.-.ation of theorpansive truth-seeking house sou...ht.t'.iil..t*l"g .. In thisway.li. scrutinizing in detail how one thing diffcrs from another.i.. who wasa devout follower of an Indian guru.forcing him to pay more attention to what he put into his body. .ether p""lut.Sometimes there is a persistentfeeling that the grassis greenerfanher afield. one than..in the chansofspiritudly-minded people who alsohave thcir fecr firmly on the ground. theYcrara...t. Or a person who habitudly looked down on othersin apast lift couldfind himsclfabnormdlytdl in this lifttime.h. Or perhapshc would be born unusudly shon. The 9th houselecturermay preferto wait to seewhat the audicnce is like.t "no.. "T.Thccatchis that theywill il.ir. and abouttheprecise discussion muc'h ou.o"ia afFect ^Sometimes (3rd) with siblingp conflicts urueso6ad il. Another ws a carpentet who rolunteered his services rain pcoplc inThird !7orld counries to in his skill.unknoqrableand mysteriousnuances o<istence. of attintion doesn'tdeliverall the if o". ---Vlirf.. insissthat theonlyrealdifference i. the origins of ill health may be difficult to diagnose..to thrng..i"i6 "nd be done'Consequer. extremes' to Thken oyt somtthin! couldbe analysed o{ existence' berween *ho bEapersor.hich arises I Tbe 3rd-6th tqilare Here we harrclinked together the two housesmost dirc'ctly rclated . what it but like. isposible that hedth isues these rif"*o between functionin-g mobility T 1e[ asthe clear physical (Otfri. sohe could orpcricnce with what it felt like to be the one looked down upon.ttions at theend'('Vhat emctlyd9 yoqmeanby ' ' '?') it houses..The 12th house.house tmething abouteverything. ..tgidporitively.to.*f"..hfi.. a greatdeal Therecanbe of foi.. The 6th is dirriminating and selective.tring it prictically'(6th)._i.. focus J6."iJ are of andHamletis that the letters the alphabet .. 6th-12th oppositions..uoav that Vith ilanets in both the 3rdand6th.... logicd and concerned with the errryday redities of lifc.. I haneseen6th-r2rh houseoppositions. f"" .. In any case.be Rather shouldprovidi thewholetruth.ff.ry. to wants know whilethe 6th.l. (3rd) of "rt".pursuit information U.. .. a canproduce resdes 6th and themundane practicdly-minded searcn ln a constant to from onepreoccupation another whomoves Ji"g *ti. I will allowanextrahalf.. for instance. Oppositions between the 6th and tzth somedmesmanifest in phpical ailmenr which arepqrchologicalin origin.. but afford a geater chanceof achievinga synthesis to of the rariousmodesof bcing. for a chanrlading.. Reincamationists believethat ccnain health problems (6th) may be the consequences of past-life behaviour (12th).:::l wrth escape do usually not let others combination ihcjrd/6th house with these someone orrague'If I have whimsical [.*"iiy find"rharthc thirrg'uponwhich_all hopeshara been mark'Whenthat fails'something .the 12this empathctic and all-inclusive.. -i"a (3rd). carefullydefining boundaries.d ..i"d of kno"'int". of to rheproceses the logicalandrationalleft brain. heighten ther contrasting Oppositions betweenthesctwo houses approaches life. . Tbe 6tb-9tlt sqlare with 9th and rt ..Juled 'h.'-.d*mething should :-T:t. One wasa dendst with Moon in Capricorn in the 6th opposingJupitcr in Cancerin the l2th.. if a man overindulged in food and drink in a prwious lifc."-ui.

In psychology. 9th house is basicallyconcernedwith scding new heighs.On a more mundane level. There is also the ability to perceivecosmicsignificance (9th) in the smdlest dctails of life (6th). or and i*igt .those in a naturalvray her (3rd)prernnted from relating t*l tr squares making and lrd. ofren totdly forgetting about having to go to the dentist. in More positively. but thc l2th house of levels what is beingsaidoi done. llr (4+.The 9th housebelieves that the basicpatternsand principleswhich governlife can be known and comprehended. deal grear of mentdconfusion.Heroldcrsister outwerdly child. Or rhere may be many differences opinions with in-laws(9th) orar rhe managemenr of of daily affairs (6th).ecstasy pain. altion or starement feelings less obvious facenaluc(3rd)or may be felr to be cloaking this or moti\ations(12th). in isolation around with. They may have an unending sourceof uanspersond inspiration but no vehiclesfor expressing relating their vision to everyday or life. the capacityfor rhe between trh ii. the younger the resented intrusionof theyounger difficulty trustingor child grewinto a womanwho had enormous or was befiorlngin whatothcrssaidto her.o grouptht houses by_elements. the 12th finds inspiration not only in the heights. Scriptures(9th) may be interprered in a fundamentalist way: laws and rituals are to be followed exactlyto ensurethat eran rhe most humble or ordinary aspecrs existence of (6th) panakeof the sacred areperformedin accordance higher or to law (9th). and those with planets in both these housesmay nor fccl very comfonablc within the confinesof a mundane exisrence. On another level.) theimages. and thrcewetethouses tt[ee air houscs can gth and 12th). 12this the unconscious domainof whatis hiddenand -iird. unconscibus Jccp-rooted of up andcleaned througha comiousandpis (3-rd. Iater !! lifc.In general.The 12th housefeelssomcthingwhich is often unfarhomable and bqpnd knowing. The t2rh is the thc consciour and what while the 3rd perceives is immediate at handin unseen.6th and tOth). and ye!fe.Somesidetracktoo fu with delusionsof being another Napoleon or Chri$. into people situations a and or whattheyhearandsee whattheysense Shouldtheybeiieve feel? amongsiblings are kindsof mixedmessages noruncorrunon These the tou/ards younger feel oldersiblings ambiralent (3rd). Tltc ard-tztb tqaale mind and thc 3rd the Broadlyspeaking. jedousy to theyaresupposcd it itd' ttt{ t "*' urgeiarerhiie aswell. at canbe apprcciated its An the environment. ani 9th). thosewith a heavy9rh-12th emphasisserrato open other people's eyes to realities beyond the kcn of the rypicd 3rd-6th housc thinker.areintimately and connected. 7th and ttth).nse: the older child aclingkindly towards themaswell. Not inclined to andytical thinking. There arediftrences in the 9th and t2rh houseapproachto 'higher understanding'.Neither sphereis fond of boundariesand limitations. landing thcmsclrrcs mentd insriturions (12th). there may be strangeand inexplicableyearningsto travel to different countriesand a danger of imprisonment (12th) in a foreign land (9th).ano (12th)' lerrcl the psyche of surface lurking beniath the fantasies Classi&ingthe Houscsby Elemcnts. Th. they live in a world of symbols. blis and suffering.. is known u the metaof sense and makes ihe The 1rd houseobierves actions meaning.Theyounger siblingperceives anddestructive him or her.Ameaningfuland sequentidderrclopment bc . threeeanhhouscs fti fio* tfg. Therearethree is Anotherfry. but lovethenewbaby. 6th-9th tension also manifests in the kinds of theologicd disputesthat areconcerned with exactlyhow many angels dance can on the head of a pin. Tbe gtb-tztlt squore In this case havetwo housesof an orpansivenature in relationship we to one another. they may swallow a belid whole and lira it fervendy until it is spat out again and something new is looked for to swallow.es. (3rd. 'picksup on' andissensitive other to theworIs.vhich lcvel passing bemeen lcs something pleasant is question a womanI knewwith shouldUelatci asred?A caseln in to the Moon in Scorpio Saturnand Pluto in the 12thsquared kind to her. surviving from one peak orperience ro the noc. health problems (6th) could occur through travel (9th). but also in the depths.t distonedby life percei'rc may be_ oi dccisions rhe ability to clearly needto be oramined These .lg'haterrer o<pressed done intendedto threaten if it was light_as in wasinteforeted a negative blcamedeafin oneearandliveda lonelylife her. (2nd.The lrd/l2th combination eitheruncanny Thisconfers of many Derceives levels realityar once.-l t22 THE T\TELVE HOUSES GROUPINGTHE HOUSES 12t (9th).ompio.Shemysteriously (12th)with siblings unrerclrcdpastissues fromothers.but underneath was the 3rd. dreams and images. Usudly an interest in philosophical or religious mamerspredominates: in e:ftreme cases.

Succedent the ofthe 5th house. .124 THE TVET]fE HOUSES THE GROUPING HOUSES 12' obscned as we progress from the firsr houseassociated with a panicularelement. we orplore -our own persond creaiivity. Fg. it Nonetheless. \7e strengthen orrrs. and universal In the first fiic house(lst) our own identity is sparked.ln the second that identity. isalso h angularIfve combine the qualitiesof fire with the nanre of angulerhouscs (activiryand releasc encrgy)we arrivcat a good derription of the lsr house of . rwo plan€tsmay evensquareone another. elementfunher differentiaces defines and rhat principle.and on of to the third house the same of element. our Thethird houserclatedto a panicularelementuniversdizes orpresion: ir that element beseen beoperating a broad can to on collectirn le.we revamPour sense identity through The fre we recognizcd in viewing life and ourselves a broadercontoa' has burning insideusin the lst and 5th houscs norvspreadto everyone 'fire' a universd attribute existing or spirit as elsc we now perceive in everything around us. ft. fire house (5th) we strengthen.r'el. first housc In the associated a panicular with element bringp natureof that element the into focusand personalizes The nen housealignedwith thet it.It is alsoa succedent with Therefore the lth house combines the qualities associated with the elementof and the qualitiesassociated houses succedent and utilize the energy stabilize houses concentrate..but in the 9th weglimpse the workingsof a cosmic with cenain laws life ireative intelligence which shapes in accordance principles.Trinlrt5 of Spr{f. fre. and in some cases.usually tirough comparing orpresionof it with that ofothers. )th or 9th housej may literally trine eachother . the case ipirit of the lst houseis given focusand direction. three fre liousessymbolicallytrine one another.the urgeto be a separate distinct the person. and by stamping our individuality on what we do or create(1th).In the 9th house.It is also a cadent house.confirm and express (9th) the creativenature of fire and the urgeIn the third fire house itself impersondly through the archetypd to-bc is seenexpressing principles which governand generateall of life. is helpful to understandthc basicaffinity between with the sameelement in the natural placemena in houscsassociated zodiac. form 120degreeanglesto eachother (allowing an 8-10 degreeorb count the actual we in or so). finding irspects must always number of degrecsbetweln ihc two planets.It isthe element dl associated thewill-to-be theurgeto orpresfrom insidetheseff. not just the number of houses.to the second house that element. house. the in Quadrant systems. Planetsin the lst. The lst houseshowsthe and initial stiring of beinginsideus. The Firc Houscs:The Tirinityof Spirit (Figurc U) Fireisthg lift-forcewhichanimates living forms. general.Developing signsand planetsin the lst housevitalizes and enlivensus. pure In in generated angularhouses. readjust and reorientatethe way we focus our of energy. fire The second houseis the 5th house. Cadent with the elcment and the qualitiesassociated houses housesreconsidlr. The third fire house is the 9th house. In the lth house.A planet in the lst doesnot automaticallytrinc aplanet due to the unequd size of houses in the :th.lf FlRg: Tlv. with cadent Thereforethe 9th housecombinesthe qualitiesassociated of fire. However.the activity of releasingthe lif'e-force.nre of identity (lst) by pursuing thoseoutlets and interests which make us feel more alive.that is. with The lst hous isthefirst fire house.

.i.which we like to callour own.17 EARIHzTlw Trinity of f{atter thc adjusaandreconsiders eanhprinciple. who expresed his humanitarian concerns*rough literature had sympatheticNeptune in the lst trine to Mercurv in the )th.126 Tbc lst-Jth tine THE T\7EIVE HOUSES GROUPINGTI{E HOUSES If a planct in thc lst housetrinesa planet in thc )th.the fascistdictator. thc Therefore. 6th housc to and In this housc. the English Romantic poet who orpressed acute sensitivity to his beauty through his work. The Eanh Houses: The Thinity of Matter (Figure 12) The elementof earth is associated with the plane of material ocistence: the condensationof spirit into concreteforms.which is en angularhousc.the lfth houscdepica tlc rylc $c and iiaviaU pUp in petpctuating rneinaining thc bodyof sociay itself.It is alsoa succedenr house. Victor Hugo. Hence. In economictermsit is capitd. productivity-ln is the needto ggnctate thcre this case.it sho*s orgariizcand hw *l purposdrlly stnrcnre and dircrt our encrgyend $ili{cs and for the saleof concrctc definite rcsuls. which is alsoa cadenthouse. Therefore.e.and rhereforelessresistance met in is achieving their aims. showsthose things . It may seemasif crcativity flovn through us from a higher sourceof inspiration or 'fired' vision. Tlte lst-9tb tine Thosewith trines berweentheserwo houses naturally acrin accord with a broadened view of life. 2nd houserepresents the macer trying to makeirelf more secure stablc hencethe associadons the 2nd housewith money.if Mercury is in the lst house and trine to Jupiter in the )th. Neptune and Pluto in thc 9th trine to Saturn in the lst.Francisco Franco. Thc secondearth houseis the 6th. matter. Fi1. A wide scopeon oristence(9th) guides the manner in which they meet the world (lst). it reprcscnts In The thiril eanh houscis the 10th.Our specidabilitics arc Thebodyasnall nee&attentionto functionefrciendyandill hcalth ln it-self. Morc broadly. had the Moon. resotuces skillsarccompared otherpople's our rcfined and perftcted. Tlte )th-9tb tine If a Jth houseplanet trinesa 9th houseplanet then whar we o(press or create (lth) often influenccs and inspires other people (thc orpansirrc nature of the 9th). For instance. who of thc oneseflicrthe lfth represena forccs merugemcnt actively orrcneCceitd and labour. thc tenns. Their actions comply with trends already in the atmosphere. The first eanh houseis the 2nd house. Iord Byron. For example. and rcsources skills.including the It and body . the urge to communicate and exchangeinformation symbolized by Mercury may have an outlet through someform of anistic expression (Jupiterin the lth). economic canbc undentoodasthe bodytrying to readiust labour force. therc is a natural ease orflow in oumardly ogresing who we are. In trine contacrs lerween the lst and the 1th. The dangerwith this trine is that it can too easilygive rise to the individual idenrifying the self with the Voiceof God.. then the lst houseplanet finds a creativerelease through the 5th houseplanet. and justifring acrion on the basis of a higher authority or guiding principle.Morepcrsondly.thc associetion of thc lOth with cereettarnbition and the my rc likc to bc secn by thc *orld. The French author. had Vcnus in the 9th trine Neptune in the Jth. or of possessions resources.

She as is born with VenusconjunctUranusin Gemini in the 6th trine to Jupiter in Libra in the 10th.THE T\UTELVE HOUSES GROUPINGTHE HOUSES r2g In the first earth house (2nd) the body and matter itself is differentiated from the ouroboric wholeness life.J3 AfR 7TlwTenrtS af Rela. There isoften an efficient and adept handlingof the materialworld.tU[estabilize and strengthcn our viewpoints by looking for other pcople (groups and friends) who shareout ideas. The three eanh houses symbolically trine one another. Ideas 'isms' 'fi:cd' which are broadly applied to into ideologies and a. Tlte znd-totb tine In this case.and planets in these housesmay literally trine eachother.Thc sccond air house is the 7th. thc individual is equippedwith resources abilitieswhich he or shecanuseskilfully and and productirrcly. Fig.tionrhip The first air housc is thc 3rd. The Air Houses: The Thinity of Relationship (Figure 13) Air is associated with the capacity to detach the self and view something objecdvelywith distanceand perspectiveOncewe have . My mind and pcnpectivc on life (3rd) rneetsyour mind and pcrspcctivc on lifc (7th). Candice Bergen makesgood use of both her beauty and intelligencein her careers an actress and photo-journalist.had a wide public appealand wascspeciallyloved for his Scottish dialect. which is angular. aremore specifically delineated. Sir Harry Iauder. He was born with Mercury (the planet of speech)in thc 2nd (resourccs) trine to Neptunc in the 10th. The third air house (llth) is succedent. then we canstart forming reladonshipswith what wefind. The elementof aircorelates to the intellect and rhe communicationand exchangeof ideas. Something of womh is inherited via the mother or shaping parent (10th). separatedor distinguished ourselves from the universalmatrix of lifc.In the third eanh house (10th) our own body and practical skills (differentiated in the 2nd and more clearly defined in the 6th) come together with others to form and maintain collectivematerial existence. Morrcment. there is the likelihood rhat a oerson's skillsand stvle of working are conduciveto success a career. Money and statuscan be earnedfrom what a person naturally enjoys doing.mental deralopmcnt and the advent of languagecnablc sarscof rlfjust brming ts to readjustand reddine the rnorc concrete in thc lst and znd houses. and planets in thcsc housesmay litcrdly trine each other. wirich is alrc a cadent housc. .Minds come together in the llth.re 'taken large numbers of people.the careeris usually well-suited to the remperament and abilities. Tbe 2nd-6tb trine If a planet in the 2nd trinesa planet in the 6th. differentiatcd in the 2nd.It is possiblethat in something inhcrited via the mother (10th) contributes to the repenoireof tdents and abilitics(6th). Tlte 6tb-l0tb tine With this trine. the comedian and entertainer. The coming togethcr of two pcople gcnerates1n enorrnousarnount ofenergy and the failure or succcss of a relationship may affect hon'we feel about many other areasof our livrs. up' by society and The three air houscssymbolically trine one another. usuallywith adequate and financialremuneradon. In the second of earth house(6th) our particular body and resources. The daughterof showbusincs parenr.

RobenMastets.JPING l.Theremay be an intuitirrc grasp ease The of hm. a in psychology hasJupiter the 7th trine leadingfigurein humanistic coto Pluto in the llth. our own ftelingp (differcntiatedand recognized the engular4th) floc. into anotherperrcn'sftelings. His new discorrcries 3rd of led understanding theinterconnectednes the 3rd)have to agreater of dl life (11th).On anotherlerrcl.All threewater with the with whichdwellbeneath surface houses concerned emotions are They levelof consciousness. the 12th. *r and ln thc 4th house ftel our frfn ioy -d pain. Thefirst waterhouse the 4th.each with their os'nfamily backgrounds cmotiond and meke-upattempt to rnerge into one.ideas groups(llth).instincrual. Unrdly thepanner(7th)shares person's organization these. caterhousc.the cadent12th. togctherderrcloped foundedaninstirutefor mind research have and numerous awareness.aswell asthe family background active Ftg.Or animponantrelationship rnarriage formed with someonethc person meets through a group or goals the (llth).we progress from union with a sclectfcs' (8th) to a scnsc unity with all life. thercis usudly an relatingto groupsof people. perrcn'spoint of viewot generdknowledge affecaothers.is a rnovcmentfrom the of . the pc$on. succedent ow ftelingparestrenglhened. collectivE out of whichwedl emerge. person thit (3rd)aboutbroadconcepc those gpwhich or canspcak clearly (llth).Albcn EinsteinhadUranusin the (Uranusin trine to Neptune in the llth. Tlte 7tb-11tbtinc or may as of A pannership serve a source social intellecud orpansion. The scquentidderclopment thc cater houscs. and conrrcrsely. in the 8th weftel we thc joy and pain of a closc in associate. Sheand her husband. thereis an ease communicating hcard as well CI being able to partners.l* WATER:Ttrc Trtn.a 3rd-uth uine maymcanthat (3rd)canbeformcdto promotenecded socid groups neighbourhood (llth). In the socond 8th. and tesponses which arenou.130 HOUS$ THETWETVE THE HOUSES GROI. In the third weter house.Greater sccurity(a succedent qudity) issought throught*o pcoplelinking theirftelingpogether.\U(e can makc oursclvcs others(intellcctudly at least). with thc houses the other elements.Thcre is understandor appreciate usudly a lively interestand fair degrecof perceptioninto the way in which one petsonor thing interactsor relateswith anothcr. the sea the background sharewith errcryone everphing.tty of Sout influences within the eerlyhomewhich shapcthc idcntity. with deepcned sdrrcd and throughdoscrelationship another T*o pcople. or a sibling(3rd)might introduce perrcnto new the changes fricnds.l Tlte 3rd-7th trine and with is The 3rdhousc associated communication if aplanetthere with closc in trinesone in the 7th. alsodeal with the pastconditioned unreflectirtc inbred. techniques broaden to Tlte 3rd-11tbtrine If a planetin the 3rd trinesa planetin the llth.weftel thecorld's as of ioy -d pain. whichis drc angulat It describcs is and feelings deepwithin us. or Thc Trinity of Soul (Figure 14) The \lhter Houses: lVater is the elementassociated the fcelings. in In the 8th. theindividud mind (3rd)islinkcdto othen(11th). and and objectives is helpful in achieving JeanHou$on. this It may be a friend (11th)who introduces pcrrcn to the future (7th) maybe panner(7th). S0e the acknm'ledge collective of and unconscious. Fricnds goups (11th) inspireando<pand or heor sheenvisions the thc thinking (3rd).

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