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Unread 03-29-2021, 03:08 PM
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House meaning (cusps signs vs the remainder sign)

Hi; given the procedure of assuming a given house' sign to be that of the cusp, then what is the meaning of the same house whenever a second sign does occupy the house?

Is there a couple of meanings instead of a single one (as far as there are two signs involved)?

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Re: House meaning (cusps signs vs the remainder sign)

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Hi; given the procedure of assuming a given house' sign
to be that of the cusp, then what is the meaning
of the same house whenever a second sign does occupy the house?
Is there a couple of meanings instead of a single one
(as far as there are two signs involved)?
Greetings
It's a topic for our Modernist Astrology board at https://www.astrologyweekly.com/foru...splay.php?f=95

because

Whole Sign Houses obviates this issue
and
Whole sign houses was both the original form of house division
as well as the dominant form of house division
for the first thousand years of the practice of western astrology

'.....Core significations of the houses were first developed
within the context of whole sign houses
and only make sense still today conceptually
within the context of that framework.

Whole Sign Houses creates a better distinction
between the 1st and 12th houses
so planets that rise over the horizon
do not immediately move into the 12th house
thus resolving a conceptual issue
with the significations usually associated with that house....'
Chris Brennan



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Re: House meaning (cusps signs vs the remainder sign)

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