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Aquarius On Fourth House Cusp

Aquarius On Fourth House Cusp

Aquarius in 4th House – Aquarius on the cusp of the Fourth House

The foundation of your personal or private persona and life is built upon your social circles and/or your public acquaintances.

The foundation of your personal-private persona and your personal life is also your ability to express your individuality in a group or team dynamic. You feel comfortable and confident within a team or group environment…to the point where you may not feel solid and secure standing alone as an individual.

You may be inclined to host group or team gatherings in your home on a fairly regular basis, with quite a number of guests in addition to your immediate family. There may be something else about your home or your family lifestyle that is unusual or out of the “ordinary” social norm.

The dual nature of Aquarius is very important with Aquarius on the cusp of the Fourth House, because the Aquarian can be so involved with humanity and very acutely aware of trying to help others to find direction in life, find purpose and find meaning. Or on the further end of the polarity there, the negative aspect, the Aquarian could have a general distaste or dislike for his fellow man, feeling that mankind is not quite ready for the Aquarian and/or the Aquarian ideals.

So the responsibility of Aquarius On Fourth House Cusp is to bring his ideals and his concepts and his knowledge and understanding to the attention of mankind, but always remembering the old cliche, old proverb or axiom, “You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink.”

An Aquarian can live in sort of a cocoon state and not realize that wherever he goes, whatever he says, whatever he does can have an impact on those around him. Aquarius on the cusp of the fourth house could contribute the element of feeling, of compassion, understanding, which would be, of course, the higher octave of the emotions.

Last updated on October 6, 2015 at 7:16 pm. Word Count: 330