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Re: Why does Mars Joy in H6?

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Petosirus, the houses are based upon the dirunal movement of the sun, whereas the signs (and constellations for which they were named) seem to have a more seasonal/annual meaning.

You are better informed on this point than I am, but some of the early authors talked about angularity as the most important principle in a planet's location in the horoscope, which is also not so sign-based. I think it took a while for the 12-signs, 12-houses horoscope to be codified; during which time there were competing techniques.

The Hellenists naturally put their own names onto the deities of other cultures, or said things like, "The Egyptians' god A is basically like our god B." So having a Greek name on a house does not signify that its tutelary spirit was originally Greek.

I wish I could do the research necessary to publish a paper.

I live in a pretty remote rural area and I can find only so many things on-line; even with access to on-line materials at a university library. I do use Inter-library loan occasionally; but really this kind of research needs an Egyptologist.
it is clear by simply reading over this thread
that petosiris was responding not to you - but to another poster - when he said:
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Write a paper on your discovery.
you appear to have overlooked
that BEFORE making the comment regarding writing a paper
petosiris had quoted the following remark
i.e.
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The word "Horoscope" is from "Horus the Watcher"
and related to the word "horizon", and the word for an "hour" of time.
and then advised the poster to:
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Write a paper on your discovery.

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