Astrology and Your Car
Over the years a number of people have asked advice regarding their automobiles. As a neophyte astrologer, I was told that the moment you drove the vehicle off the lot was the correct timing for the car’s chart. Processing the paperwork was a separate issue, but when you drive it away is when it becomes yours.
Some years back we had a lecturer who spoke about how to evaluate your own chart for your car. Using the system of derived houses, you would read YOUR third house as the CAR’S first house. Thus, even if you do not have (or remember) the precise time you took possession of your vehicle and first drove it, you can still be able to make astrological evaluations regarding your car.
When reading astrologically for your car, you can use the following as a guide:
(Your Third House)
Body shape, style and color — it’s “image.” The name of the model. The front of the car, especially the grill and hood.
(Your Fourth House)
The car’s value, what it cost originally as well as resale value. Also the financial cost of gasoline, servicing and repairs.
(Your Fifth House)
The doors and handles, ease of getting in and out of the vehicle. The dashboard, dials and gauges and how they are read. The battery, and radio or sound system. Windows and windshield wipers.
(Your Sixth House)
The car’s home: garage, carport or parking lot. Trunk capacity, and interior storage compartments.
(Your Seventh House)
The engine — your car’s “heart” — and what makes it run.
(Your Eighth House)
The carburator and fuel injection system. How your car assimilates its fuel and converts the fuel to energy.
(Your Ninth House)
Mirrors. Alignment and suspension — how your vehicle “interacts” with the driving surface.
(Your Tenth House)
Exhaust system, catalytic converter and muffler.
(Your Eleventh House)
The vehicle’s interior, seating space, seat covers and cushions; the “comfort level” for long drives.
(Your Twelfth House)
Vehicle manufacturer and prestige. Vanity features, both interior and exterior.
(Your First House)
The alternator and electrical system; computerized components; interior lighting, headlights and tail lights. Transmission.
(Your Second House)
Wheels and tires, fluids and hoses.
By Christine Arens