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Dignities, Exaltations, Falls & Detriments

Today we are looking at the planets in our natal charts and examining how these planets may be considered to be in a “good” sign placement or in a sign that may be more challenging for the planet to express its energies. All the signs are ruled by a certain planet, and when a planet is in the sign that …

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The Branches of Western Astrology

Natal Astrology (Genethical) The Astrology based upon the individual’s nativity. Judicial Astrology The Astrology based upon Eclipses, Lunations, Ingresses, or particular moments in time. Traditional Astrology Personality, life circumstances, finances, etc. Esoteric Astrology A philosophical approach to the meaning of the chart. Medical  Astrology The study of health related issues in the chart. Locational Astrology The branch of Astrology that uses …

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List of Well-known Astrologers

If you were introduced to astrology just recently, you may be aware of the names and reputations of the following astrologers but not know exactly when they were around. This list should give you a better idea of what time period that fall into. This document can also be helpful in determining when some of the astrological texts must have …

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Ascendant, Sun and Moon

The Sun, Moon and Rising Sign – The Three Sides of “You” The Ascendant in a Natal Chart Finding out and understanding how your Sun sign, Ascendant sign and Moon sign work together can give you a better picture of who you truly are. Let’s examine each. Your Rising Sign a.k.a. The Ascendant, is how the world sees you. It …

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Why Is Christianity Opposed To Astrology?

“Astrology is the work of the devil” is the rallying cry for many Christians that denounce all things metaphysical, however this is often a testament of ignorance of the history of astrology and the Church. Not only did astrology have an illustrious career in the high court of the Vatican, but many prominent Christian theologians saw the important relationship between …

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Isn’t An Astrological Consultation Directly Related To The Vagueness Of Personality Description And Prediction?

In other words, isn’t astrology merely a matter of the “Barnum Effect?” An honest and worthy astrologer will admit that exact precision and specificity is outside the jurisdiction of astrology. However, lapsing into all-purpose interpretations that could appeal to any complex individual is not of benefit to anyone. Moreover, one-size fits all astrology panders into the psychological need of wanting …

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Is All Astrology The Same?

No, there are at least three types of astrology: Sun Sign astrology, Predictive astrology, and Psychological astrology. Sun Sign astrology Sun Sign astrology is the astrology that makes its presence most available in mass market, commercial outlets, namely, the astrology of newspaper columns and horoscope scrolls-“for entertainment purposes only” astrology. For good or ill, this is the astrology that immediately …

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If astrology works, in what ways does it effect me?

To make a long answer short, there is nothing that astrology doesn’t effect. Since the forces or fields that astrology measures and studies are considered to be close to the bedrock of the essence of reality, there is very little that isn’t effected by these archetypes, fields, or forces. Thus, astrology studies forces that effect all levels of being: physical, …

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How long has astrology been in existence?

Although an exact point of origin is unclear, astrology had its birth when human beings participated in what researchers such as Ken Wilber and Jean Gebser call “magical consciousness” some thousands of years ago. In magical consciousness a dim awareness of selfhood distinct from nature and the external environment flourishes, yet there exists a blending, or overlapping, between one’s sense …

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The Opposition Compared with the Square

The opposition is like the square in that its effects are stressful and often problematic, however, unlike the square, the opposition produces head-on, confrontational energy. One cannot ignore one planet as one can in the square–the individual is more than likely to acknowledge both planets involved–however, one planet is often believed to be ‘other,’ to be ‘not me,’ to be …

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The Sextile

The sextile occurs when two planets are approximately 60 degrees from each other from the vantage point of the earth and therefore are usually two signs from each other. Sextiles are also considered to be beneficial and harmonious aspects although the aspect may require working on to make it work to its potential. Below are the signs generally considered sextile to …

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The Conjunction

The conjunction occurs when two or more planets are on the same degree on the ecliptic, that is, when planets are in the same place in the sky from the vantage point of the earth. As the name implies, the energies of the planets involved form a hybrid, fuse together as one. However, with aspects there is what is called …

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The Twelfth House

The Twelfth House

The first house is “I, me, mine; who I am, what I do.” The twelfth is frequently “what I am not, what I do not do.” Traditionally, it is described as “self-undoing, hidden enemies,” including karma, bondage, prisons, hospitals, ashrams, monasteries, institutions, places of research. In Vedic astrology, one of its meanings is “final liberation,” or total freedom from ego …

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The Eleventh House

Traditionally, the 11th house is the house of friends, hopes and wishes, goals and ideals. It is where we seek to join together with like-minded others. Here we meet those with whom we associate while cooperating towards a common goal or cause. It is the ideals that bind us when we create together as a group. “Whoever believes in astrology …

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The Tenth House

The 10th house (zenith of the chart), represents our true vocation; our destiny and dharma. It is called the house of profession; it is our “calling,” or what we are called by life to do. It is not necessarily what we literally do as a job or profession (in the common use of the word). The “job” is the sixth …

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The Ninth House

The ninth house is the “higher mind” as opposed to the third house of the “lower mind” of everyday details and practical thinking. It is the university vs. grade and high school. In the ninth, we put together our experiences and our thinking to draw conclusions. It represents our ethics, religious attitudes, philosophy and belief systems, ideology, morals, or what …

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The Eighth House Alison Chester-Lambert - Astrology Reading Cards Your Personal Journey in the Stars

The Eighth House

Traditionally, the eighth house is the place assigned to sex and death. That includes such things as taxes, inheritance, alimony, partner’s debts, borrowed money, other peoples’ money, jointly held assets, ‘community property,’ and the occult – magic, witchcraft, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, and high-energy physics. From a psychological perspective, the eighth house is the house of risk (vs. safety and security …

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The Seventh House

The houses of the horoscope are where the scenes of life’s dramas take place. The ASC/DC axis – the horizontal line – is the basis or starting point of the chart, marking off the first and seventh houses; two of the angular houses. Angular houses are where the main action takes place; where we see events, situations and relationships of …

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The Sixth House

Traditionally, the Sixth House includes work, service and health. It is also employees, co-workers, and the work environment. It describes our daily routines such as brushing the teeth, shopping, cleaning the house. Domestic servants and domestic animals that do work are included. The dog that guards the house or herds the sheep and the cats that control the rodent population …

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The Fifth House

I am the Door. I am the Way, the Truth and the Life; no man cometh unto the Father but by Me. The fifth house can be considered the playing field and the playground. It includes games – the game of life, fun, play, and sports – as fundamental ways of socializing and channeling potentially aggressive urges into a joyous, …

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