12th / 6th house Axis And 21st Century Slavery But What Exactly IS 'Slavery'?


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What is your opinion of cardinal signs

ruling the 6th and 12th house in your assemblage?
dependent on the Cardinal sign
as well as aspects made with that ruler
by other natal classical planets
as well as many other basic considerations
generalisation is fun, but so unreliable
the entire chart requires consideration :smile:



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Using the exact quote above, and taking it into literal context, it can be said that everyone and anyone suffers from the 12th house in that manner.

Aside from that, if you think about it, we all are enslaved by others one way or another. Just as everyone works for money (6th and 2nd), has beliefs (9th), has a creative and inspirational side (5th), has a family and neighbors (3rd and 4th), relationships (7th), aspirations (11th) and a personality (1st).

As Benjamin Franklin put it - "Nothing in life is certain, but death and taxes." What does this quote regard in astrological house matters? The 8th house.

Only the 10th is what some achieve. Though everyone has a status (respection level) or honor they want to uphold.

The point I'm trying to get to is that everyone has a bit of every house in their own chart. It's just that those with planets in a certain house, taps the power of that house and shows prominence in greater spoonfuls for every single individual.

So what does this say? No one should look to a house as a single matter, but rather take a chart as a whole. Sorry jupiterasc for going astray from your original topic.

SniperBomber328 IMO your comment is not 'straying' from the topic but just a reminder to us all of the importance of considering the chart as a whole aka the sum of its parts :smile:


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Main Rulerships 12TH - represents matters that are hidden, restrained, secret
incapable of action or of being fully understood.
Traditionally it is a wholly unfortunate house, associated with sad events, sorrow
anguish of mind, tribulation, captivity, imprisonment, persecution, hard labour
all manner of affliction and self-undoing.
It represents places that are denied access to public view
particularly those concerned with seclusion or isolation
or where one is restricted from living a carefree life-style, such as institutions or prisons
12TH significations include secret, unknown enemies
such men as maliciously undermine their neighbours
or inform secretly against them: traitors, spies;
weakness, infirmity and bondage





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The horrid mess of Congress forcing railroaders into a "deal" that doesn't benefit said works is slavery. Imagine not being able to take a day off when you're sick? Holy chit talk about evil.



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The horrid mess of Congress forcing railroaders into a "..deal.." that doesn't benefit said works is slavery.
Imagine not being able to take a day off when you're sick?
Holy chit talk about evil.

If Fascism Ever Comes to America, It Will Come in the Name of Liberalism' - Reagan :)




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I think many people are beginning to feel like slaves. Even if they are not in debt, they are compelled...or feel like they are compelled...to constantly exist in a state that they do not like. We need to remind our selves that the keys are hanging right next to us. The world doesn't have to be like this.
The key to freedom for me is communism, since communism leads to freedom (Communism is stateless, moneyless and classless, and even masterless), so the key is actually right there but a lot of people don't want to use it because they connotates the word "communism" to the Stalinist regime of USSR, which is NOT communism at all.


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It is not easy

for a people conditioned by fear
under the iron rule of the principle that might is right
to free themselves from the enervating miasma of fear.
Yet even under the most crushing state machinery
courage rises up again and again,
for fear is not the natural state of civilized man. :)

Aung San Suu Kyi