The student understands clearly that the position of the Houses never varies; House I. always occupying the space devoted to the Zodiacal Sign Aries in our original design of the Zodiacal Circle, while the Zodiacal Sign of Nativity must be placed in this House I. in each particular case.
For a thorough understanding of this all-important principle I refer you once more to Chapter V. which clearly explains the various points at issue. Now I propose to go one step further in my brief course of practical tuition and give you a concise synopsis of the “Meanings of each Planet when found in each House.”
In House I. — Delicate constitution, poor health, slow intelligence, gloomy disposition, dislike for social intercourse.
In House II. — Very commonplace life-work, up-hill efforts to doubtful success.
In House III. — Quarrels with relatives on account of money matters especially about inheritances.
In House IV. — Vicious tendencies, miserliness, meanness in all affairs of life.
In House V. — Childlessness, or loss of children in babyhood.
In House VI. — Chronic diseases and needy circumstances.
In House VII. — Unfortunate for partnerships and marriage.
In House VIII. — A low, dangerous nature; will end his or her life in prison or even on the gallows.
In House IX. — The genius of the inventor, the discoverer, the explorer; a powerful mind but seldom for the good of others or his own.
In House X. — High position or honors, obtained through unworthy, sometimes shameful, means.
In House XI. — A tendency to practice usury and even worse traffics; a despicable character generally.
In House XII. — Hatred of one’s fellow-beings which is returned in kind; a wretched ending to a contemptible life.
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