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Kannan
09-27-2008, 11:03 AM
Hi, Members

A university student raising a question about his professor (advisor), which house represents the professor. If he wants to change the advisor, then which house should be fixed for the second one. Pl. clarify

Kannan

tikana
09-27-2008, 11:18 AM
Kannan

try 3rd house

cause you are choosing 9 is current 3rd is his opponent

Tik

dora
09-27-2008, 11:24 AM
house 9th represents the professor

Kannan
09-27-2008, 11:37 AM
Kannan

try 3rd house

cause you are choosing 9 is current 3rd is his opponent

Tik

If my understanding is correct 9 is for first professor and 3 (7 to 9) is for second professor

Thanks

kannan

tikana
09-27-2008, 11:41 AM
Kannan

yepp

see if reception between 1/9 is stronger than 1/3rd .. retain 1st one
if 1/3rd receptions are strong .. grab 2nd one

Tik

BobZemco
09-27-2008, 01:32 PM
Hi, Members

A university student raising a question about his professor (advisor), which house represents the professor. If he wants to change the advisor, then which house should be fixed for the second one. Pl. clarify

Kannan

You might consider the 10th. Your chief advisor is a mentor, your professor and a person of authority with power (especially over you).

I'm not saying that's right, because I'm still a novice in horary, but that's my thinking.

The 9th covers both education and religion (among things). While issues of religion include clergy, issues of education do not include professors.

Kannan
09-27-2008, 04:33 PM
Kannan

yepp

see if reception between 1/9 is stronger than 1/3rd .. retain 1st one
if 1/3rd receptions are strong .. grab 2nd one

Tik

The comparison goes like this

1/9--Between Jup.(1) and Sun(9)
No connection between these two
Jup.separates from Sun by square and Sun in fall

1/3--Between Jup.(1) and Sat.(3)
Jup.in Cap. in Sat.sign but in his Fall
Jup.trines Sat. in Virgo in Mer.exaled sign but in his detriment

In this comparison I feel 2nd professor (1/3) is slightly better in strength.

Regards

Kannan

Kannan
09-27-2008, 04:48 PM
[quote=BobZemco]You might consider the 10th. Your chief advisor is a mentor, your professor and a person of authority with power (especially over you).

Thanks BobZemco

May be you have a point there . The student is reporting to the professor, submitting his research papers to him and he is also working as TA(teaching asst.) Practically he is his boss. So 10th house also suits . I am a new comer. What experts say in this matter from their experience.

Refards

Kannan

10-12-2008, 06:46 AM
A bit late here, but the 9th house represents always specialists like surgeons in the medical fields and of course professors in the educational field. So you should take the 9th. no matter what you do with this professor, giving him your papers or being his assistant. He is still your prof.
10th house suits indeed if the question as such was directly related to you assisting him so it is clear from the question that he is your boss.
This is how I would approach it.

Kannan
10-12-2008, 12:49 PM