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The Fourth House

The fourth house is the second angular house, and as with all angular houses it is associated with external manifestation such as events and relationships. It is the root of power, the core of the inner being. Some call it the “Seat of the Soul.” It represents our basic foundation in life, the security we create for ourselves, the rock …

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The Third House

The third house is traditionally the lower mind. It is the everyday, common and practical type of thinking, cogitating and communicating and includes rote learning about everyday things. It is what we call common sense, horse sense, or “she hasn’t got the sense she was born with.” Day to day repeated activities like typing, brushing the teeth, driving the car, …

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The Second House

The second house is the first succedent house. Along with the others, the fifth, eighth and eleventh, it has the character of fixity or stability. These houses pertain to internal psychological development. Traditionally, the second house symbolizes possessions, valuables, money as earned income, and all the things we hold on to because they represent safety and security. It represents the …

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The First House

The ascendant, the cusp of the first house is located at the eastern horizon point for the time of birth. It is where the Sun would be rising if the birth were at dawn. Hence, it is also referred to as the “rising” sign. It is a very sensitive point, like the dawn it is a gap between two phases …

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Unaspected Planets

A question arose recently concerning the meaning of unaspected planets. From the point of view of psychological astrology, an unaspected planet is very rare! Perhaps it is so rare as to be non-existent. What are the orbs being used? For psychological work we allow very wide ones. We usually allow a ten to twelve degree orb for the Sun, Moon, …

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The Outer Planets As Singletons

When we come to the outer planets as singletons, we find what Richard Idemon used to call the “true bizarros and weirdoes.” Also, among those with Uranus, Neptune and Pluto singletons we find highly creative people; many are geniuses in their fields along the line of their outer planet singleton. It is as though they have become direct pipelines from …

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Aspect Patterns

Sometimes groups of black aspect lines or red aspect lines form patterns in the center of a birth chart. These aspect patterns are filled with black or red and are special in different ways. Black shapes are formed by Squares and Oppositions. Red shapes are formed by Trines and Sextiles. Some aspect patterns are common while others are rare. Whatever …

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Fate & Free-will In Astrology

What about astrology and free will? Or, more precisely, doesn’t astrology assume that most of life is predetermined and fated? Are we free or is our destiny dictated by the planets? Which part is fate and which part is free-will in our lives? Let me clarify my position about the issue of determinism and non-determinism. I think Astrology is far …

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Classification Of Houses

Classification of Houses in Astrology For better understanding, the houses are usually subdivided into hemispheres and quadrants. Divided by hemispheres: House 1-6, which fall below the horizon, are the personal houses. House 7-12, which fall above the horizon, are the collective houses. Divided into quadrants: House 1-3 involve the development of a separate identity. House 4-6 further differentiate the self …

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The Trine

The trine aspect is a smooth, easy, supportive and “friendly” angle of about 120°, give or take 10°. Trines are usually considered to be harmonious and beneficial, they show how the planets are working together. However, a chart with too many Trines and not enough Squares or Oppositions could indicate someone who may be prone to laziness, someone who relies …

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The Opposition

The Opposition

The opposition is a dissociative, very tense angle of about 180°, give or take 10°. Oppositions are 180 degrees apart and are therefore opposite each other. Oppositions are generally considered to be rather challenging, although in relationship Synastry charts this can be a sometimes be a case of polar opposites attracting to each other. Again, the degree of influence of …

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The Square

The square is an intensive, very irritated angle of about 90°, give or take 10°. Squares are generally considered to be difficult and challenging. As the square is 90 degrees apart this usually means that the signs involved are 3 signs away from each other. The list of signs considered square are below but as with all the aspects, the …

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Choosing A Written Astrological Interpretation Wisely

In recent years, written astrological interpretations have proliferated dramatically on the Internet and elsewhere. The nature and quality of these written interpretations vary tremendously from one interpretation to another. Many times, such interpretations are prepared using computers. In some such instances, a computer is used to produce a partial product, and then a person revises that output, turns it into …

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The Jesus Papyrus And More About The Magi Part 2

Marco Polo may have been right Roberts had two starting points: obviously Matthew and then the mysterious clues given by Marco Polo. This world wanderer tells of a tomb of the Magi at Sava (modern Saveh) in Persia; and in at any rate one of the editions of his work he claims to have had this information from those at …

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The Jesus Papyrus And More About The Magi

A title like this rather obviously belongs to the probings and research of Pluto in Sagittarius, the religion sign. The feature itself has been prompted by the publication of two successful books I am reviewing here because of their intrinsic significance and because they link to claims and theories I have been discussing in recent articles. The Jesus Papyrus The …

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What Can Astrology Do For You

After the initial hurdles of skepticism concerning astrology have been navigated, one of the first questions asked by any student or client of astrology is “In what way is astrology informing my life, my personality, and my choices, and how can it assist me?” It is said by a great many philosophers and esotericists that the key to fulfillment and …

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Can An Astrologer Predict A Person’s Death?

Vedic astrologers believe they can predict death. Western astrologers, in general, do not. I firmly believe that predicting death from the natal chart is not only virtually impossible without the benefit of hindsight, but also extremely unethical. It is relatively easy to look at someone’s natal chart AFTER death, and to spot the transits and other clues which could have …

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How Is It Possible To Tell One’s Future By Looking At The Stars?

Well, there’s a whole bunch of philosophical questions about astrology tied up in that one little innocuous looking question! The answer of course, depends upon one’s attitude towards free will, and, to a certain extent also, upon one’s religion, if any. I don’t claim to speak for astrology in general, or for any astrologer other than myself, but here’s my …

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Are Astrologers Born Or Made?

Well now that’s a good question! My first instinct was to answer that astrologers are most definitely made rather than born, as astrology is a skill which can be learned like any other. But, looking into it further, there are certain planetary aspects and positions which seem to be shared by many astrologers (although by no means all), which would …

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How Does Astrology Work?

If I knew the answer to that question, I would be a rich woman! As yet, we do not know specifically ‘how’ astrology works. There are at least two differing schools of thought, one quite esoteric in nature and the other more practical, but both, as yet, equally unproven. The first explanation is a principle similar to ‘synchronicity’, an acasual …

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