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Basic question - Who likes who more?

Hello everyone. I've been looking at archived relational horaries to practice reading what I've been learning. However, I am confused and hence my two queries below and I wonder if someone could help me an answer

1. If the quesited is in the ascendant or conjunct the ascendant, is it the querent who's more interested or queisted who's more interested? I'm confused because of Lilly :

When the lord of the ascendant is in the 7th the querent loves best and when the lord of the 7th is in the ascendant the quesited loves best

and he also says

Contrary to all the rules of the Ancients, I have ever found, that when the Lord of the 7th hath been in the Ascendant, the Querent hath loved most, and when the Lord of the Ascendant was in the 7th, the Quesited loved best.


2. This always gets me. When a querent is in a sign that exalts quiested, does it mean the querent or quesited is more interested?

Thank you very much
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