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02-02-2009, 04:38 PM
How do we view planets within the house of the querent or quesited?
Are they viewed as people that the sig is with? Venus in the 7th can be seen that way.
Do they show the state of mind of the sig? Uranus in the 7th can be seen as someone divorcing, or separating, or maybe restless?
Can we use them co-significators of the person? I know some people do this...like Kai has on a few examples.
How do we view these planets? Give examples please?:D
AND - what about intercepted houses of the querent and quesited? If the Asc has Leo rising, and Virgo is also intercepted in the first, can we use the Sun and Merc to represent the querent?
02-02-2009, 07:39 PM
Ai Barbh, trust you to come with some new questions:)!
I do believe that some of them have been discussed somewhere in this forum, dont know if it was in this Techniques forum or elsewhere.
I read in several books that planets in the houses can be used as co-significators. I do look at them that way because I think they are significant, especially when angular, but I do not use them as I would use the main significator or the Moon, because they can signify of course the quisited (7th house ruler for instance) and then it would be a bit strange to look for applying aspects.
Maybe only in the case that a planet in the 1st is totally not involved in anything else important in the question, just being situated there, then you could maybe look at aspects being made to that planet and treating it as a real co-significator, but personally I would not. I use several planets also in order to see what is important to that person. Lets say the ruler of the 5th is in the 1st (she is fond of children) or the 6th (could be ill) or the 8th (might be worried about something. Same as ruler one in 8).
A planet in the house of the quisited can indeed show another person (especially of course in the 7th) but also a character trait of that person. In the 6th maybe another co-worker, in the 10th another person in charge or it shows the dynamics of that company. I just do it intuitively most of the time.
I do use intercepted houses and planets. There are several horarists who do so (not Frawley). I have seen very good results. I do use two rulers for that same house therefore, but the main ruler remains the most important for me.The second one can be a more subconscious part of that person.
Any planets in an intercepted house more often than not show a person or a situation which is stuck. A no way out situation or a situation which is sort of dormant. In any case it has difficulties to act properly. This is different from natal where you can also say this, but in fact that planet has a lot of power which can be released through a transit.
Hope this helps and I also hope we get more views on this.
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