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Introductionto Astrology

Modes or quadruplicities are divided into three groups of four planets each. Astrology Keywords Quickly grasp the key sense of each of the signs using our keywords and phrases. Astrology symbols An easy guide to the most important symbols used in the astrology language. What does house or planet 'ruler' mean. Learn them in a hurry. The Astrological Houses and Their Meaning Astrological houses describe a specific field of experience in the native's real life.

Astrology gives us an insight into how the twelve signs function in each house. It is crucial to analyze the strength and pitfalls of each sign placement in the houses. Balancing the cosmic energies to one’s advantage will give one clarity of mind and a lot of success in communications. First House represents self and longevity, total health, appearance and complexion, vitality head, brain, face and skull of a native. Coming next, the Second House signifies right eye, throat, neck, mouth, teeth, gums, larynx and gullet etc. Third House symbolizes ears, shoulders, arms. The Astrology Chart is a 360 degree wheel that is split into 12 sections of 30 degrees each. 12 houses x 30 degrees = 360 degrees. Think of these 12 sections like 12 different types of pie or 12 different flavors of ice cream. In other words, they all taste differently. Each section represents a specific area of your life.

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Aboutastrology and thehoroscope

Youmay be at the stage of asking, 'What is a horoscope?' What isastrology all about? If so, you're going to find theanswers here. Tobegin, the horoscope is a map that appears as a two dimensional chart.It shows the position of the Sun, the Moon, and planets at the precisemoment of your birth. The Sun, the Moon, and the planets are frozen intheir position at thatinitial moment of birth. That is why this type of horoscope is known asthe birth chart, astrology chart, or the natal chart. Thischart becomes the basis for all that follows.A correct interpretation ofthesebirth positions, your astrology horoscope, exposes much about you. Itcan be thought of as the'hand' that has been 'dealt' in life. This doesn't suggest that yourlife has already been decided. An astrology horoscope can never showhow you aregoing to 'play' this hand. It's largely up to you to decide that. Whileyou usually have the freedom of choice or free will, the horoscope doesreflect the natural inclinations you have, the lessons you have tolearn, the issues to be faced, and the problems to be solved. It may bethought of as merely an abstract formula showing the energies you'vebeen given, or perhaps tasked. The use that you make of these energies,or opportunities, if you will, depends upon you, theindividual.
Astrology can provide incredible keys tounderstanding yourself, or those around you, but it doesn'tnecessarily provide clear and simplistic answers to any problems withwhich you may be dealing. Obtaining information about your horoscopemay give you some insights and understanding of the reasons why youbehave as you do.

Tohave the horoscope of another revealed allows the reader to understandthat person better. You can see and understand him or her moreaccurately, objectively, and with a much greater tolerance.Understanding your horoscope may allow you to more clearly understandand accept yourself, and therefore do what you can with your naturalattributes.AstrologyInformationAvailable hereThissite is a little bit like a textbook on astrology. Yourtango daily horoscope. It has alotof chapters and much detail. First, you'll need toget acopyof your horoscope or natal chart. There are a number of sitesonline that offer free horoscope charts. A good site forproviding a free chart is https://alabe.com/freechart/. You'll need to provide yourname,dateof birth, the time of birth (preferably from your birth certificate)and the place of birth, like city/state. If you have troublefiguring it out, you can write to me at Michael @astrology-numerology.com providing ALL of the info mentioned above, andI will try to prepare a chart for you as time permits. Remember,I live in the US where we do the date different than most of the restof the world. Here the date is usually submitted asMM-DD-YYYY. I may be a little slow getting these out if I get very manyrequests.
Afteryou obtain a copy of your horoscope, youwill be ready to dive into the many mini readings that will begin todraw a special word picture unique to you or the individual whose chartyou are focusing on today.
The site features many pages containing enough astrology content tofill a large textbook. Chapters include the Sun, the Moon andthe planets in signs; the Sun, the Moon, and the planets inhouses; info on the ascendant sign (rising sign), and the sign on thecusp of all of the horoscope houses. Learn about thecombination of your Sun and Moon, and how all of the planets in aspectbehave. There's lots of information about relationships,synastry, and the meaning of his planets in your horoscope houses. In addition to these main chapters, find plenty of pages onspecialty subjects such as retrograde planets, astrology elements, thegreat ages (age of Aquarius, age of Pisces), lunar nodes, Chiron andmore.
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AstrologyIndex, a quick rundown, and links to the astrology you'll find here

Astrologysigns

What'smy sign? Here's where you find out. Not just yourSun sign,but all of them; Sun, Moon, Mercury, Vernus, Mars and more. Anice reading on every one.

Astrologyhouses(house cusps)

Whatdo you mean by houses and house cusps in a horoscope? A minireadon every one of the houses influenced by every one of the signs.

Planetsin the houses

Here'swhere you find out what those hard-working planets are doing for you. What influence they have on you? Learn aboutthem inyour horoscope today.

RisingSigns/House cusps

What's your rising sign, i.e.ascendant? Learn about the ascendant and the complete cuspoverlay.

Astrologyaspects

In astrology, an'aspect' is a geometric relationshipbetween two planets. Aspects are important in analyzing ahoroscope because they seem to make the two connected planets functiontogether. Read about the aspects in your horoscope here.

AspectConfigurations

T-squares, Yods, Stellium and more -what is this all about?

AstrologyModes (thequadruplicities)

The mode of activity relatesto the manner that a person adapts tocircumstances in his/her environment. These modes of activity aresometimes referred to as the quadruplicities. Modes orquadruplicities are divided into three groups of four planets each.

AstrologyKeywords

Quickly grasp the key sense ofeach of the signs using our keywords and phrases.

Astrologysymbols

An easy guide tothe most important symbols used in the astrology language. What does house or planet 'ruler' mean. Learn them in a hurry.

Anglesof the Horoscope

Lean the popular terms for theaspects of the natal horoscope. Just where is that mediumcoeli anyway?

Astrologyrelationships (synastry)

Arewe compatible? Find out here. Get an explanationabout howit all works, look at synastry aspects, partner's planets in houses,and much more.

Astrologyelements (the Triplicities)

Fire, Air, Earth,and Water, the four elements,sometimes called the Triplicities, play an important part in astrology. Find out about them.

The Sunand Moon Combinations

You know your Sun sign, andmaybe your Moon sign, andnow you can learn how they work together. On this page you'llfind144 minireadings for each combination.

TheGreat Ages

What Does Each House Represent In Astrology Reading

Learn how the world ischanging as we make the transition for the Pisces age to the Aquariusage.

TheAsteroid Chiron

Not quite a planet, but maybeit once was. Learn a bit about fastinating Chiron.

Hemisphere Influence

Where are the planets in yourastrology chart, which hemisphere, and what does that mean?

RetrogradePlanets

How can planets be going the wrongdirection?

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The 12 Houses of astrology are arranged on a circle-shaped chart, or wheel.

Do not confuse the wheel of Houses with the zodiac wheel. They are 2 different wheels.

  1. The zodiac wheel is based on the sun’s apparent yearly rotation about our Earth, along the ecliptic.
  2. The wheel of Houses is based on our Earth’s 24-hour rotation about its own axis.

The 2 wheels join together at points derived by calculations involving your exact birth time and astronomical birth coordinates.

Then, the planets are described in 2 ways: as being in a zodiac sign, and also as being in a House.

For example, two people may both have a Libra Sun sign, but one may have the Libra Sun in his 12th House, while the other may have his Libra Sun in his 1st house. This could make for two very different types of people.

(Another reason why the popular daily Sun Sign Horoscopes are a bunch of silliness: they are written assuming everyone has their Sun in the 1st House.)

The 12 Houses of astrology are symbolic of the all the departments that make up human life. The planets and zodiac signs will manifest themselves most strongly in the sphere of life represented by the House in which they fall on your chart (and also in the House which they rule; more on House Rulerships below).

Remember, the houses are not “energies” like the elements or planets, nor do they color the expression of energies like the zodiac signs do. The houses are WHERE these energies are most likely to manifest. The houses are the fields of experience, not the experience themselves.

Notice how the order of the Houses follows the developmental path of a human’s life, from the original impulse of individual being (1st house), to learning what is “mine” and how to use what one owns (2nd house), to learning how to communicate within the limitations set by our environment (3rd house), etc. The following description of the Houses are short and topical, directed at beginners.

The most important houses are the 1st, 4th, 7th, and 10th houses. These are called the 'angular houses' because their cusps coincide with the 4 special angles: ascendant, I.C., descendant, and M.C. Planets in the angular houses will influence you the most.

The first House is the House of self. This includes self-awareness, the physical body, personality, appearance, personal views on life, self-identity, self-image, early environment, and beginnings; how we initiate, how we’re impulsive. Any planets in this house will greatly influence your personality and how others perceive you.

The second House refers to your own money and possessions, what you value, your hidden talents, sense of self-worth, self-esteem (how you value yourself, instead of describing your personality as in the 1st House). Possessions include anything a person owns (except the house/home which is ruled by the 4th House): cars, furniture, clothing, moveable property, investments and securities, etc. The 2nd house specifies how you gain and spend your own money (as opposed to other's money in the 8th house), your attitude towards wealth and material possessions, and your potential for accumulating it/them.

The third House is that of communication, which by extension includes one's immediate environment: siblings, neighbors, short journeys, and all forms of transportation. The 3rd house also includes the intellect, the lower mind (details and small bits of information as opposed to the higher mind in 9th house), thinking patterns, and early education (before college). Communication includes messages, deliveries, gossip, phone calls, visits, reading and writing.

The fourth House refers to the home and everything associated with it (both the childhood home & the current home): family, land, personal foundations (inner emotional security), your roots. Astrologers are divided over whether this house is associated with one's mother or father. What is clear is that a person's upbringing is associated with this House.

On a deeper level, the 4th house is the base of consciousness or the center of our concrete existence. See how the cusp of the 4th house is the I.C., the lowest point on the chart, representative of things below the surface of Earth. Due to that, the 4th house was believed to rule the conditions at the end of life, and graves. As the root or base of your real self, the 4th house rules where you go when you 'die' but also where you came from. For those who believe in reincarnation, the 4th house would give clues to your karmic lesson for this lifetime. It shows what karmic baggage you brought with you into this life. Even if you don't believe in reincarnation, you're likely to be surprised by what you find in your 4th house for it may move your soul.

Any planets in the 4th house affect your home life, your emotions, your subconscious, and possibly your relationship with your parents.

The fifth House refers to children, creativity, and the pursuit of pleasure. This includes personal interests, love affairs, sports, hobbies, speculation, risk-taking, teaching, drama, creative self-expression, love given, gambling. The 5th house is all about you being yourself and enjoying it.

Romance, dating, love affairs, and sexual relationships are ruled by this 5th house, yet marriage is assigned to the 7th. Why? Because, until very recently, marriage was not entered into for pleasure, for love, nor for personal fulfillment. Marriage was hardly even entered into by choice, but rather for the purpose of raising kids to preserve the values of a particular culture or religion. And these marriages were most often arranged according to class and financial status, a partnership befitting the 7th house.

Nowadays, it's common to marry for love. To avoid confusion, remember: affairs of the heart are in the 5th house, but cooperative partnerships are in the domain of the 7th house.

The sixth House refers to daily work, service, diet, health and physical sickness, physical ability to work, employees. This includes volunteer labor, civil service work, caretaking, and mundane daily tasks. The 6th house really involves the quality of your work, the quality of the jobs you perform, as opposed to an actual career (career is represented by the 10th house). Daily mundane tasks include personal hygiene and our method of responding to everyday crises.

The seventh House is sometimes referred to as the House of marriage, but it encompasses all one-to-one relationships: marriage, business partnerships, contracts, cooperative relationships, and also divorce, separation, quarrels, open enemies, and law suits.

The difference between the love affairs of the 5th House and love relationships of the 7th is that the 7th House refers to more permanently binding relationships, whereas the 5th House refers to affairs that may be temporary. When the 5th House affair progresses into a serious relationship, we can say that the relationship has 'moved into the 7th House.'

7th house relationships are about cooperation and sharing, and they generally serve some functional purpose in the larger social community (i.e. a marriage). This is different from a 5th house love affair, whose only qualification is 'butterflies in the stomach.'

The 7th house includes the way you relate to those closest to you. Planets in this house will influence your manner of relating. They also give clues to issues that arise in your relationships.

Simply put, the 8th house is the polar opposite of the 2nd house. Whereas the 2nd rules your own individual possessions, the 8th house rules what a relationship owns (joint finances).

The 8th House is one of the most misunderstood Houses. This is probably because the things represented by the 8th House seem to have nothing in common with each other, or they seem to be negative. This House governs death, regeneration, taxes, inheritances, wills & legacies, sex (the actual act of sex), latent occult ability, joint resources, your partner’s money and possessions, spouse's money, bankruptcy, losses, personal sacrifices, alimony, clairvoyance.

On a positive note, this House is about transformation and healing. But transformation and healing require some type of death, loss, or injury first. This House rules those processes and things by which we transform and become more powerful. Yes, this includes the act of sex.

The ninth House refers to philosophy, religion, law, learning, higher education (as opposed to early education by the 3rd House), ethics, morals, long journeys, travel, foreign countries and interests, spiritual urges, dreams, visions, higher mind, ideas, understanding and wisdom, books, publishing, ceremonies, and rituals. This is the House of big thoughts and big ideas.

9th house 'understanding' is more complex than 3rd house 'knowledge'. The act of 'knowing' belongs to the 3rd house because it implies simply the direct contact of a person with something in his environment. Understanding involves the synthesis of known data.

While the 3rd house refers to an individual's need to understand his close and personal environment, the 9th house is an area in which one seeks to discover the significance of larger fields of social existence which one may not experience directly but which his mind may explore through the use of analogy, generalization and abstraction. The 3rd and 9th houses symbolize the 2 polarities of the human mind, the concrete and the abstract.

In summary, the 9th house includes experiences that we encounter when we search for the meaning of things. Whatever expands your field of activity or the scope of your mind – long journeys, contact with other cultures, great dreams, and even experiences with fortunetellers.

The tenth House is the House of status, honor, community power, prestige, reputation, and professional career. In our society, this includes financial success, but only as it relates to community power and prestige. It's not about gaining 'material stuff' as it is in the 2nd house. The 10th house wants success for the sake of honor and social status.

What Does Each House Represent In Astrology Reading

This house includes social foundations (as opposed to personal home foundations in the 4th), recognition, personal achievements, social responsibilities, sense of duty, authority figures, politicians. This House encompasses the most public areas of one's life, and the career that you grow into, as opposed to daily work and odd jobs ruled by the 6th House.

As with the 4th House, astrologers are divided over whether the 10th House rules one's mother or father. Those that say the 4th House rules the mother, say the 10th House rules the father, and vice versa. What is clear is that the 4th House rules the nurturing, home-body parent, while the 10th House rules the public, success-focused parent (the parent who 'wears the pants').

As with the other angular houses, any planets in this house are very important. Planets in the 10th house, the sign on the cusp of the 10th house, and its ruling planet will greatly influence your career and your general reputation in public.

The eleventh House is the House of community, large groups, and friends. It refers to memberships, hopes, goals, ambitions, wishes, social groups, associations, humanitarian interests. It also refers to self-realization, liberty, legislation and regulation.

This is probably the most misunderstood house of all. The twelfth House refers to the subconscious, the hidden self that exists apart from our physical everyday reality. This includes the unconscious mind, subconscious memory, subconscious habit patterns from the past, mental illness, karmic debts, self-deception, escapism, spiritual realization, limitations, frustration, and ultimately our self-undoing.

On a physical, material level, the 12th house includes things that take us away from everyday life: institutions (such as hospitals, prisons, government offices), places of confinement, secrets, secret relationships, hidden enemies, and self-sacrifice for others. It also refers to sorrow, tribulations, widowhood, grief, funerals, exile, seclusion, bribery, subversion, murder, suicide, kidnapping, and endings.

What Does 5th House Represent In Astrology

For those who believe, the 12th house is also considered to refer to the collective unconscious of all humanity.

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“Natural” Houses of the Planets & Signs

Each planet and zodiac sign is naturally associated with a House, the House that most corresponds to its archetype. The planet, then, is said to be the “Natural Ruler” of that House, or more often, it’s said to be “at home” in that House.

What Does Each House Represent In Astrology Birth Chart

The House/planet associations were adjusted with the discoveries of Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto. The following table lists the current House rulers, along with the traditional rulers. The traditional rulers are still considered to be co-rulers of that House (along with the new planet that rules the House).

Note: in your own birth chart, the rulers of your houses are determined by the signs that fall on the cusps of your houses. However, the natural rulers, listed here, give a subtle influence.

Table of Natural Ruling Planets of Each House

HouseKeywordsZodiac SignNatural RulerTraditional Ruler
1stself, life, body Aries Mars
2ndpossessions, money, material circumstances, livelihood Taurus Venus
3rdlocal movement, short journeys, communication, school, siblings Gemini Mercury
4thhome, family, roots, parent Cancer Moon
5thcreativity, children, romance, entertainment Leo Sun
6thhealth, service, work, routine Virgo Mercury
7thpartners, marriage, open enemies Libra Venus
8thsex, death, inheritances, other’s money, loss Scorpio Pluto Mars
9th travel, higher education, religion, spirituality, law Sagittarius Jupiter
10thcareer, social position, dominant parent Capricorn Saturn
11thfriendships, associations, aspirations Aquarius Uranus Saturn
12thhidden matters, the unconscious, clandestine relationships, secret enemies, seclusion PiscesNeptune Jupiter

Take Note: The qualities of the zodiac signs are not exactly the same as those of the Houses which they are associated with. There are subtle differences between the qualities of the signs and Houses. More on the zodiac signs later; but first, learn about the star players, the Planets. See Lesson 5-The Planets.