Pluto and Jupiter as singletons?

Quixotic

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Hey all; what are your interpretations of having 1 planet in 1 house all on its own? Also, my pluto seems to have no aspects to it; what does that mean for me?
 

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Hey all; what are your interpretations of having 1 planet in 1 house all on its own? Also, my pluto seems to have no aspects to it; what does that mean for me?

pluto is NOT in first house, but second and Saturn as well as pluto are both singletons, pluto because it's only planet in water element and saturn as it's only planet in air element.

But having a stellium in water house ie: 4th does not suggest you lack emotions and a stellium in 3rd house air naturally ruled by gemini, does not make a lack of air/communication skills...

Singleton planets
“If a planet happens to be the only one in an element, quality, or house type, that planet is a Singleton and it can funnel all of the “energy” of the horoscope. This planet is often the most important one in the horoscope. In other words, if you just interpret the position of this one planet by sign, house, and aspect, you will get to the “heart of the horoscope”. The effect is the same as if that planet were the only one on one side of the chart.”
http://www.bobmarksastrologer.com/13.0Singletons.htm
http://www.astrologyclub.org
http://en.mimi.hu/astrology/singleton.html
http://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-2334.html
(There is a book out by Shirley Lyons Meier, "Elemental Voids, More than Meets the Eye", which gives a good discussion of missing elements.) The Inferior Function can be a source of great motivation and creative expression.
http://www.astrologyclub.org/articles/singletons/intro/singleton_intro.htm
 

Quixotic

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pluto is NOT in first house, but second and Saturn as well as pluto are both singletons, pluto because it's only planet in water element and saturn as it's only planet in air element.

But having a stellium in water house ie: 4th does not suggest you lack emotions and a stellium in 3rd house air naturally ruled by gemini, does not make a lack of air/communication skills...

Singleton planets
“If a planet happens to be the only one in an element, quality, or house type, that planet is a Singleton and it can funnel all of the “energy” of the horoscope. This planet is often the most important one in the horoscope. In other words, if you just interpret the position of this one planet by sign, house, and aspect, you will get to the “heart of the horoscope”. The effect is the same as if that planet were the only one on one side of the chart.”
http://www.bobmarksastrologer.com/13.0Singletons.htm
http://www.astrologyclub.org
http://en.mimi.hu/astrology/singleton.html
http://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/archive/index.php/t-2334.html
(There is a book out by Shirley Lyons Meier, "Elemental Voids, More than Meets the Eye", which gives a good discussion of missing elements.) The Inferior Function can be a source of great motivation and creative expression.
http://www.astrologyclub.org/articles/singletons/intro/singleton_intro.htm


I'm sorry, I meant one planet in one house, not the first, my bad.
 
You have no singletons in your chart.
If you discount Chiron,Jupiter would be the Singleton.

J.R.R.


It would be helpful to new members to explain how you arrived at this conclusion? I am assuming you are a Traditional astrologer that doesn't use outers like uranus,neptune and pluto....

But you also contradict yourself to, " You have no singleton in your chart"

and THEN, " Jupiter would be a singleton." :rightful:
 
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