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Unread 11-03-2019, 11:41 PM
ALRESCHA ALRESCHA is offline
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Will he ask me to leave this place?

The querent has asked if their landlord will ask them to move out of their apartment. What can we make of the T square? Thank you!

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Unread 11-30-2019, 08:49 PM
Aria Venue Aria Venue is offline
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Re: Will he ask me to leave this place?

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The querent has asked if their landlord will ask them to move out of their apartment. What can we make of the T square? Thank you!

https://ibb.co/J7w85ZL
why are you asking this? what is the background story here?
what happened between you both and you are asking this?
just to keep in mind that asc on regulus, mars isn't going to change sign neither is moon , which obviously is under the power of landlord l7=saturn and for sure landlord in moon's triplicity and fall...so he has an exaggerated loath for the moon, and in mars exaltation=the house...etc
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