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07-25-2005, 03:24 PM
In a recent post ,and something I've also read, If you are inquiring about another person's situation, the chart gets turned around so that the quesitor house (7th) now becomes the ascendant house.
If this is a valid technique, then how is the rest of the chart interpreted with regard to the order of the houses, direction of the planets, and applying or separating aspects?
07-25-2005, 06:16 PM
Yes, you are right. So if it is question about his money, then you look his second house, radical 8. If the question is about his carrer than you look his 10th house (you count from his 1st, radical 7) and that is radical 4house. That is only difference.
07-25-2005, 06:28 PM
Thanks for confirming I'm still a bit unclear on is this part:
Suppose the chart at time of question has Cap on Asc and Can on 7th,
and it gets turned to cancer on Asc, then the order of the houses is backwards, ( clockwise as opposed to counterclockwise) as well as direction of planets movement
OR, is the proper way to read the chart as drawn for that time, using 7th as the 1st, and with the order of the houses as well as movement of planets going clockwise as usual.
This part gets confusing if you are looking for applying or separating aspects.
The direction to count houses remains the same. It'll be much easier to figure it out correctly if you print the chart and then just turn the paper.
The time itself is the same. There is no difference in planets' positions, therefore all applying aspects remain applying, all separating aspects remain separating.
Next, if the question is about your friend, then use the 11th house for him/her, not the 7th (that would be for totally unknown persons). Use the 10th for your boss, the 10th for your mother, the 6th for the dog, the 9th for the priest and so on.
07-26-2005, 04:50 AM
Regarding your example Can of 7 house becomes his first, his second house has Leo on cusp, his 3 house has Vi on cusp, and so on...
07-26-2005, 02:37 PM
Thanks, that's what I thought
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