Placidus houses astrology
The sign on the cusp, or starting edge, of this house, is referred to as your rising sign or ascendant. The second house covers all matters related to your immediate material and physical environment—taste, smells, sound, touch, sights. The second house also rules income, money, and self-esteem. The third house rules all forms of communication—talking, thinking, gadgets and devices cell phones, pagers, Instant Messenger, etc.
The third house also covers siblings, neighborhoods, local travel, libraries, schools, teachers and community affairs.tentumbformrepli.ml/yugoslavian-poetry/trumpet-lessons-things-weve-learned-while-chasing.pdf
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This includes your home, privacy, your basic security, your parents particularly your mother , children, your own mothering abilities, nurturing, and TLC. The fifth house is ruled by dramatic Leo, and it governs self-expression, drama, creativity, color, attention, romance, fun and play.
The sixth house is the domain of health and service. It rules schedules, organization, routines, fitness, diet and exercise, natural and healthy living, helpfulness and being of service to others. The seventh house is the sector of relationships and other people. It governs all partnerships, both business and personal, and relationship-associated matters, like contracts, marriage, and business deals. The eighth house is a mysterious sector that rules birth, death, sex, transformation, mysteries, merged energies, and bonding at the deepest level.
The ninth house covers the higher mind, expansion, international and long-distance travel, foreign languages, inspiration, optimism, publishing, broadcasting, universities and higher education, luck, risk, adventure, gambling, religion, philosophy, morals and ethics. The tenth house is at the very top and most public part of the chart. That would be Whole-Sign houses. Equal Houses came about from a misreading of Ptolemy in later ages.
Last edited by Frank; at PM. Equal House System: A simple, yet highly effective system, this was the method that the ancients used before the various unequal houses systems developed. Any table of houses may be used because once the ascendant degree is discovered, the divisions of the chart wheel are equally divided with the same degree as the ascendant on each house cusp. The signs on the cusps then follow in order around t he wheel beginning with the rising sign.
There are no intercepted signs in equal houses and therefore each sign is represented on a particular house cusp.
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The Equal house system does not create very large or small houses that become even more pronounced the higher the northern or southern latitudes used to calculate the chart. Jeff Mayo and the Faculty for Astrological Studies also favors this house system. Originally Posted by Cupcake. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.
Last edited by freedomlover; at AM. Reason: typo. As I've stated on other threads, I've used Placidus-tropical for over 30 years and have never questioned it's validity. However, if you mean to seriously study astrology, and if you for some reason feel that Placidus may not be for you, you can study a control group of people And once you decide on a system, stick to it or you will confuse yourself no end. You need to have confidence in the system you use or others will not have confidence in you. With placidus and very high latitudes it screws around with the houses too much.
For example it moves my stellium of planets for fourth to second and that really affects the whole chart and it's intrepretations. I was born in UK and at certain times of the night when aqu and pisces are rising it seems to really mess around with the size of the houses disproportionally. Placidus seems ok if there are hardly any movements of planets, but when there are huge differences that's when your own discernments are important, cos as I said earlier to have to analayse which glove fits Originally Posted by Frisiangal. My personal 'grumble' about Equal House is that it implies that all realms of life are of equal importance.
Ah Frisiangal, what a shame! I must have been luckier then. It was a few years later and because I did the correspondence course with them and they could not see I used the American Ephemeries for midnight!. Even so, I also failed the mathematical part of the exam the first time round I dont remember anymore what the reason was so I had to do that part again thank God not the whole exam the year after! Dreadful, but I did it! I use Placidus ever since I started astrology at the age of I sincerely do not think that one system is better than the other I agree that in higher altitudes whole sign or Equal looks better.
You dont get these weird big houses. I strongly believe that looking at a chart brings our intuition to the surface, so whether you use one or the other system, the endresult should be the same. However, Placidus for me gives me a bit more information somehow. I also find the two MC's a bit confusing with Equal House. I'm a beginner but I use Placidus for natal charts which is the only astrology I can sort of understand.
It just feels and looks right to me so I use that one. Starlink, Quote:. Last edited by astrologer50; at PM.
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Mechanical Designs. Cupcake, I generally prefer Placidus system of Astrology for me its accurate. But all depends on the a person experience when dealing with the type of the system. I am not Pro Astrologer so I don't know much about the Whole house system. To me each house is equal not cos of Equal house system but cos the 'meanings' of the houses are unilateral.
It's only the 'planets' in houses that emphasise the areas of life that are more important to the individual-- as with any house system. There are pro's and con's for everything-- so let's not allow this to deteriorate any further. Find all posts by Virinchi. Who's deteriorating? I don't understand what you mean by 'unilateral meanings'. Would this not counteract what you have written in bold type? All houses have the same meanings , whatever the house system involved. Planets in a house emphasise a realm of life , yet those planets can also be rulers of houses other than that in which they are situated.
The ruling house can also influence the area of life in which the natal planet is situated. This is a good method to use to discover which house system 'fits' when the ruling house doesn't follow the Equal House system.
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Changed loyalties; took and got the qualifications in Dairyland. For anyone scratching their head about this, there is but one MC. The M.
C medium coeli -Midday Sun -I. For most house systems its positional degree marks the beginning of the 10th house. C and 10th house cusp are the same, yet the M. Using the Equal House system, all further house cusps are taken from the Ascending degree. The 10th house begins on the same degree of the 10th sign following the Ascending sign but it is not the M. It's often across the 9th-3rd houses as in my chart! There's something to be said for that The 4th house is 'home roots', but what does the I.
Last edited by Cupcake; at AM. Actually, it makes a lot of sense. Let's say that, using Equal House, a person has planet X in the 11th house. Planet X is yellow, the house is blue, so planet X takes on a 'greeny' tinge when dealing with the realm of life that the sign on the 11th house cusp implies.
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Yet planet X is ruler of the 2nd house. Yet, using another house system which provides different house cusps, planet X is still in the blue house, but it is not ruler of the 2nd house but of the 1st or 3rd house. It's these house realms that will be influential in dealing with 11th house circumstances. This is the method I was taught years before Bernadette Brady explained the same system with diagrams in her book, 'The Eagle and the Lark' a. Yes, technically I agree,but most beginners usually cannot even make this house connection from planet to house -- let alone understand that connection, cos it takes a 'lot' of objectivity and self analysis.
Having said this I have proved time and again the validity of Equal in my own chart using Equal Well But that which came after 'although' was my own deduction. Gosh I quite agree, I'm qualified to teach in Adult Educ and have written my own beginners Diploma and lecture publicly I guess that's a question of personal perspective for those who work with Equal House, especially if one is more 'conscious-raising' inclined.
I'm not 'knocking' usage of Equal House, which I have come to understand is your personal preference; just mentioning to those new to astrology how different techniques can be tested without prejudice to find their own personal preference. I found this thread when I was researching the Equal House system. I've used Placidus for almost 30 years and have always found it accurate, but over the past five years or so I've had many more interneational clients than before. So recently when I have a client from the northern latitudes whose Midheaven lends itself to easy testing I've been looking at both Placidus and Equal House, and after doing this with five charts now I have found that Equal House is not accurate, at least not in my practice with these clients.
Yesterday I had the best test case ever - six planets in one sign including the Sun and two more grouped right next to the six, so they were all in the twelfth house Placidus or eleventh Equal House. It was clear that the twelfth house was where his world was centered. His Moon was either in the 8th house Placidus or 9th house EH , and it was clear that the 8th house Moon was the one that fit. Placidus has always worked well for me and provided accurate chart interpretations, but when I started reading about Equal House for northern latitudes I thought maybe that would be worth checking out.
But after this experiment I'll stick to Placidus. Find all posts by lynnhayes. Originally Posted by lynnhayes. For a while now I've been using placidus.