View Full Version : What does it mean when sig. of quesited is always in his intercepted 1st house?
11-09-2008, 02:15 AM
Just wondering what does it mean if the significator of the quesited is always in his first house and always intercepted. Whenever I ask about this person his significator (different planets) seem to be stuck in the intercepted 1st house (my 7th house). This supposed to be telling me something, but what?
That the person is by himself, doing things for himself, intercepted meaning stuck and trying to get himself free from whatever is putting him down?
11-09-2008, 07:59 AM
Usually it means the person is concerned with himself at that moment. Your h7 is his h1 of self.
11-09-2008, 10:49 AM
Just wondering what house system you are using. If you are asking horary questions, try to use Regiomontanus houses and see if that changes anything.
11-09-2008, 07:21 PM
Rafaella, could there be two "other persons" maybe? Often I have found that, the cusp of the first sign signifies one person and the cusp of the second, intercepted sign, signifies the second person. I once had an answer whereby there were indeed two people present, like the director and the financial director, both, during an interview and one of them was against, the other was for the Quesitor.
And indeed, if you have not used Regiomontanus, do try that and see if the cusps change.
11-10-2008, 04:12 AM
No there is just one person here, as my question is whether I'll be in relationship with him or whether we'll have contact this week etc. What I don't know is whether this person is separated or still happily married. He is not telling me yet. So in a way there are two people here, him and his wife. So the cusp of the second could represent his wife?
I tried Regiomontanus, it did change the cusps here and there. I use just normal placidus as in astro.com
I think he is married but feeling stuck or a little bored and looking for some fun and excitement, that's probably it, so I better be careful. :(
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