The field of astrology is huge with so many options. To study it in a manageable ratio, we have to look at it segment by segment. Once we have two astrological segments under proper control, we can merge them together to develop an understandable narrative. Once we examine an additional segment, we use the same merge process to expand our information while keeping it coherent. We study segment by segment and expand our previous storage until we have a whole range of useful information from which we can call up at any time. This reminds me of the way we learn and add something step by step.
To individualize this astrological information, we start with the birth wheel at each birth. We then pull out of this information pool at will and weave the different segments that are suitable for this bike to read the life story of this person. In short, we learn the basics of astrology so we can tell the personal story for each sky map.
In other articles, I suggested that astrology has four cornerstones: planets, signs, houses, and aspects. I also came to the conclusion that the planets are the cornerstone of the four cornerstones. Each of these four segments should be examined in the early stages of astrology so that they can be combined as described to begin the process of reading. In this article, we'll look at two of the segments, planets and houses, in a particular combination technique called a derived house system. This technique is suitable for astrology students who have completed the beginner phase. Shortly...
- Houses are the division of the 360-degree wheel into 12 compartments. Each subject contains approximately 1/12 of the life experience or problems for each person, so each subject is full of problems. Because the entire house system is built with the earth in the middle of each wheel, houses are the down-to-earth experience for that wheel and this person.
- Planets represent the various functions of man, such as the ego and self-identity urge, the nest, family and emotional urge, the function of communication and learning, the urge to relate, to name just a few. Traditionally there are ten bodies: our star, our satellite, the moon and our eight sibling planets.
Derivative house system To study a single planet thoroughly, we need to go beyond the generic meaning of that planet to see how it works in the sign in which it is positioned, in the house in which it is located, in the house that he rules, and in the aspects in which he is involved. All of this is valuable and usually as far as every reading goes. The derivative technique can give you another level of house meaning simply by looking at the 12-fold process of one of the ten planets. How? You simply start with the position of a single planet in the house it occupies and mentally recognize it as the first house expression of that planet. You then count counter clockwise around the wheel from that first house. Each planet and what this planet represents in the individual will have a contribution from all 12 houses and their problems. They don't lose the value of a regular reading of a wheel, they just add an additional level of meaning. An example could help to understand this explanation.
Let's start with the sun (ego urge) in the scorpion (sign) in the 5th house (occupation), rule the 3rd (rule) and then list the aspects and their meanings individually. This will guide you through the usual way of reading the sun. For another level of meaning, put your finger on this sun (ego and self-identity) and realize that regardless of which house the sun occupies, your first house expression is the way the world sees the sun problems, like this sun and their problems React immediately to activations from your surroundings, to the personal self-projection of this sun and to the coping skills of the sun. Where does the sun begin (ego, self-identity)? All of this actually takes place in the 5th house of this example. You must therefore also consider this solar application as creativity, children of body and mind, speculation and family values (2nd of 4th birthday). The sun has more than a self-identity, it also has a value system, communication, relationship and all other common traditional house meanings, and this is determined by this method.
- If the sun is in the 5th and this is your personal projection point (1st house for the sun of this person), the value systems for the sun are in the adjacent 6th house (counterclockwise). The sun's value system as the 6th house refers to work, service and / or health problems.
- communication to the The sun problems (self-identity, ego, etc.) in this example are the 3rd house from the sun or the 7th house. In this example, the sun's communication mechanism is carried out through the partnership and network function of the cardholder's partnership house.
- One more thing ... the house, the hearth, the roots (4th house problems) of the sun actually occur in the 8th (next house counter-clockwise) common values, common finances, life and death etc.
To make it easier for you to learn and play this technique, here are a few brief statements on the basic meanings of planets and houses:
First planets ...
- The sun represents self-identity, ego, basic character and general vitality.
- The moon represents emotions, memory, the maternal and instinctive urge.
- Mercury stands for communication, education and transportation issues.
- Venus represents relationship skills and drives as well as social and financial value issues.
- Mars represents our assertive, aggressive urge, courage, or lack of them.
- Jupiter represents our expansive, philosophical pursuit of more life needs.
- Saturn stands for structure, duty, responsibility and organizational skills.
- Uranus stands for rebellion, futuristic, unique customization problems.
- Neptune stands for inspiration, aspirations, dreams, visions and delusions.
- Pluto stands for power, impotence, empowerment and fate at work.
Then houses ...
- The first house is self-projection, coping skills, immediate reaction to the environment as the world sees you.
- The 2nd house is social and financial values and resources, talents.
- The 3rd house is communication, education and transportation, siblings, cousins and neighbors.
- The 4th house is home, hearth, family, roots, parents of internal security, conclusions.
- The 5th house is creations of the mind and body, love, speculation, family values.
- The sixth house is your daily work, your service to others and your health.
- The 7th house consists of business and personal partnerships, networks and alliances.
- The 8th house is shared values and finance, insurance, taxes and death.
- The 9th house is belief systems, higher education, legality, multicultural activities.
- The 10th house is goals, success, stature, reputation, career, success or lack thereof
- The 11th house is friends, groups, career results, wishes, hopes and dreams.
- The 12th house is hidden, recessive and can be self-sabotaging, a blind spot,
Simply select a planet and read it through the 12 houses, starting with the house that it occupies as number 1. You can do this for any of the 10 bodies. This is a learning technique at first, but once you have the talent, you will find that you can easily incorporate it into your readings.