Personal Profile for Juliette Binoche


This Personal Profile is provided as an illustration of the kind of report you can expect if you order one for yourself. There is no intention to cast any aspersions on the character of the subject of this report.

Juliette Binoche
09 March 2023  12:25:00
Paris, France
Time Zone: -01:00 (CET)
Longitude: 002° E 20'
Latitude: 48° N 52'


It can be rather disconcerting to be told, in a report such as this, that ‘you are assertive, outgoing and courageous’ when it seems very clear to you that you are not any of those! This report is not a seamless text. Rather, it is a collection of delineations of features of your birth chart such as planets in signs, planets in houses and aspects between planets. The challenge in writing the delineations that make up this report has been to put them together in such a way that clarity is given to contradictions. If, for instance, Mars in your birth chart is closely associated with both Jupiter and Saturn, then boldness and timidity are both likely to feature. However in most cases I have not written a delineation that takes account of both associations within a single portion of text. In the case of aspects between planets a numerical value for the strength of the aspects is given. Where delineations appear contradictory you will probably notice that the aspect with the greater strength is more noticeable in your life. (As a general rule a strength of 4 or more is strong, less than 2 is weak.) Also, if you read the descriptions of the sign and house positions of each planet, you should recognise the areas in your life where each of the apparently contradictory traits operates. In a few cases the same delineation may appropriately appear in two different place in your report, and in such cases you may see it repeated.

This report has two principle aims.

1.) To help you to recognise that your temperament and personality traits are just fine the way that they are - you do not need to change them. Over the years, I have found that one of the main benefits clients gain from a consultation is the relief that their personality traits are confirmed by their birth charts. For instance, someone who prefers to make decisions based on a kind of ‘gut instinct’ may look on with envy at someone who prefers a more rational or ‘common sense’ approach. An introvert surrounded by extroverts may feel under pressure to change, as if introversion was an inferior way of being. The birth chart can recognise these traits and affirm their validity.

2.) To help you, given that your temperament is as it is, to recognise patterns in your life that may be holding you back from all that you have it in you to be. Such recognition may help you to make choices about how you live your life that will result in breaking through those patterns. I hope you will also find in the report indications as to sources of help for the challenges you face.

In pursuit of these aims I have constructed this report according to a sequence that should guide you into greater depth as it proceeds. The components of the sequence will be described briefly here and in greater detail during the report:

1.) Ascendant or Rising Sign and its Ruler

This is the zodiacal sign that was rising at the moment of your birth. It says much about what primarily motivates you in life, which may have to do, for instance, with freedom of expression or with the meeting of physical or emotional needs. Together with planets aspecting the ascendant, planets in the 1st house (about to rise at birth) and the planet ruling the ascendant, this traditionally shows the quality of what might be called your ‘life force’.

2.) The Moon

This shows how you instinctively respond to events in your day to day life, and where you wish to escape to when taking time off from your main purpose in life. It shows where you seek safety and security. Together with the Ascendant it is the main indicator of temperament.

3.) The Sun

In contrast with the Ascendant and the Moon, this shows where some conscious effort is normally required in order to find and fulfil your purpose in life. This does not come instinctively, it has to be worked for, and you will not feel complete without it.

4.) The Planets

Together with the Sun and the Moon each of these is a significator for some tangible or experiential aspect of your life. Throughout this report reference to planets may include the Sun and the Moon unless the context indicates otherwise.

Each planet in your chart falls in a sign and in a house. The sign in which a planet is placed influences the way in which it acts in your chart. The house shows the area in your life, e.g. money, relationships and career, in which it operates. In addition to the house in which a planet falls, that planet may rule one or more other houses, linking the matters governed by those houses with the house in which the planet is placed. I go into more detail about this towards the end of this report.

Each planet is considered dignified (well-placed) in certain signs and debilitated (poorly placed) in others. The two principal levels of dignity are rulership and exaltation, those of debility are detriment and fall. A dignified planet will add benefit to the matters of the house in which it is placed and to that which it rules. A debilitated planet will make the matters of those houses more challenging. If a planet has any of these four levels of dignity or debility in the sign in which it falls, I will say so in this report.

In addition, each planet may form an aspect with one or more other planets, indicating ways in which these planets could work together to your advantage, or where you may have to struggle to reconcile different experiences in your life. The major aspects are the sextile, square, trine and opposition. Minor aspects also covered in this report are the semi-square and the sesquiquadrate. A planet may also be conjunct, that is, close to, another. As mentioned above, this report will indicate the strength of each aspect in your chart. Any score of 4 or more is strong, less than 2 is weak, but do not ignore any of them.

Cancer Ascendant

In an age in which one’s Sun sign is pedalled as of over-riding importance, as indicated by the preponderance of Sun sign columns in popular newspapers and magazines, it may seem strange not to start this report with a description of yours. The reason is that your ascendant says something far more basic about you than does your Sun sign. It describes your primary motivation in life. Some people, having a fire sign (Aries, Leo or Sagittarius) rising, are motivated primarily by the desire for freedom of action; others, having an air sign (Gemini, Libra or Aquarius) rising by the desire for freedom of movement; others, having an earth sign (Taurus, Virgo or Capricorn) rising by the need for physical security; others, having a water sign (Cancer, Scorpio or Pisces) rising, by the need for emotional security. Planets aspecting the ascendant or in the 1st house, especially any in the same sign as the ascendant, influence the primary motivation. The planet that rules your ascendant shows, by its sign and house position, the way in which you attempt to achieve your primary motivation. It does not make sense to look at your Sun sign until we have looked at what motivates you at a more instinctive level. That is why we will even look at your Moon before we look at your Sun (unless your Ascendant is Leo in which case the Sun is your chart ruler).

Your Ascendant is Cancer, a water sign, indicating that the desire for emotional security is the driving force of your life. When you have it you will be able give a sense of safety and security to any you consider to be family and friends. Many situations in life will stir your emotions and you may react in accordance with them when a more satisfactory outcome may occur when you engage your mind and let it inform your emotions. At best you have great capacity for empathy for those in distress as you yourself have feelings that are easily disturbed and you know what it’s like. Try to distinguish empathy from sympathy, which is when another’s distress activates your own and the other person then has to listen to you rather than you to him or her. Moodiness or sulkiness is apt to take over sometimes and it would be a good step for you to learn to stand back and observe when this happens so that you are not identified with it. Another way of saying this is: try to have your feelings rather than be them.

In a world where reason is considered the supreme virtue, your inclination towards a feeling response to situations around you may not be welcomed. The sense of inferiority thus engendered within you can lead you to be over-ambitious. You may be successful in pursuing your ambitions but watch that you do not lose your soul in the process. Also note that your path to success is unlikely to be a straight one, more likely a meandering one like that taken by a crab. The advantage of this is that you will pick up useful experiences and information on the way which the straight line approach may miss.

You long for a partnership which will give you security and lasting protection and will actively seek it. The partner will need to be skilled at taking avoiding action when you try to cling, doing so in such a way as to keep you feeling that you belong together, that you will not be deserted.

Cancer is ruled by the Moon. The Moon is therefore your chart ruler and will be described next after aspects to your Ascendant and planets (if any) in your 1st House.

Ascendant sextile Uranus  (Strength:  2.44)

A certain aura of originality, in the way you look, dress or behave, mark you out from the ordinary and may attract others to you who get some sense of excitement in your presence. Those others may find it difficult to get close to you however if you fear intimacy will compromise your need for independence.

Ascendant trine Mars  (Strength:  1.12)

You have a high energy level which needs to be used somewhere, if not in your work then maybe in some sporting activity. You may work better independently, finding cooperation rather difficult.

Ascendant Ruler and Dispositor

Cancer is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by the Moon.

Moon in Capricorn (Detriment) and in the Seventh House

Your Moon sign shows how you instinctively respond to events in your day to day life, and your means of escape when taking time off from your main purpose in life. It shows how you seek safety and security. The house occupied by your Moon shows the area of life where you seek solace, and in which changes can significantly affect your mood. A planet aspecting the Moon colours your feeling nature and your instinctive responses to circumstances in your life. As ruler of your Ascendant the Moon is especially important in your chart.

You learned to take responsibility at an early age when others were out having fun and games. You feel strongly but keep a hold on expressing your emotions because you learned early on that such freedom of expression was not welcome. Now you believe that showing your feelings is unseemly even amongst those close to you. Taking time off at home is difficult for you as there is, so it seems to you, always something to do, some duty to perform. If there is nothing to do you’ll create something, or bring work home with you and confine yourself to the home office you’ve set up.

In your career you are likely to be ambitious, to be regarded as reliable, seeing it as your responsibility to see a task through to its conclusion. As a boss you expect the same sense of responsibility from others, but you may not notice it if those others need some inspiration to get them moving. For you it’s just a question of duty, for them a vision of how the world will benefit from a job well done could be the motivating factor. Indeed your sense of duty could well lead you to live a life full of activities you do not want to do. You may even see that as a virtue, failing to recognise the joy given to the world by those who choose activities they enjoy and relish doing them.

A deeply nurturing relationship with another person gives a sense of security and contentment that can help you weather many storms in the rest of life. You will always be there when your partner needs you, and even when your partner doesn’t need you and would like to be left alone for a while you could come across as needing to be needed. You may use responsibility towards your children as an excuse to stay in a marriage that has lost whatever joy it had, failing to recognise that children suffer when living with parents who do not get on with each other and may not know why they suffer or even that they are suffering - it just seems normal to them. You will teach your children to be self-sufficient and responsible, but find it hard to  give them the warmth they need when life is tough. Your home may reflect your desire for security and stability, but you may eschew luxury, making do with essentials. Probably you will have a conventional lifestyle, seeing those with a more modern outlook as rather unusual while being a little jealous of their freedom to enjoy what you do not.

You also want a supportive engagement with particular friends of yours, and may look to them for support when your relationship is in difficulties. If you feel you are not getting the close emotional support you consider you have a right to expect from your partner, you may give your partner subtle hints that your friends give you more. Watch this tendency as it may simply be that your partner needs more space for a while and you can provoke difficulties unnecessarily, even to the point of rejection. At best you have willingness to adapt to make a relationship that satisfies you successful, but you also expect this from your partner, who may not be so ready or able to offer this.

Capricorn is ruled by Saturn which therefore influences the Moon in your chart, especially if they aspect each other. See the description of Saturn in this report for further guidance as to how the Moon operates in your chart.

Moon square Jupiter  (Strength:  4.51)

You have a good-natured temperament, helpful and sympathetic, and can be very protective to those in trouble, especially any in your own family or otherwise known to you personally. However you can be somewhat restless, perhaps because you feel your own sense of security is threatened by the support you give to others. This may lead you to promise more help than you are actually prepared to give and people feel let down. You are drawn towards interests that take you out of day to day concerns, such as religion, spirituality, drama or foreign travel. However you are liable to be ambivalent about the contribution these make to your life. They may seem to promise more than they deliver in terms of comfort and security, and this could lead you to reject without proper consideration a practice that could benefit your whole outlook on life. Alternatively your belief could be so strong that you preach its benefits while unconscious of the fact that you are not enjoying what it promises for yourself. If this dichotomy is pronounced there may be divergence between what you believe and what you practice, for instance you may believe in and commend to others an ascetic lifestyle while living a self-indulgent one.

(This aspect is less significant if Jupiter is neither in Aries nor in Libra.)

Moon sesquiquadrate Uranus  (Strength:  3.74)

The Moon signifies emotional and security needs in which Uranus has no interest, so this combination is a difficult one to live out with contentment. Uranus was discovered at a time when new discoveries were being made, new knowledge acquired, about the world and the universe which upset the way things had been looked at for centuries past. Translated into personal terms, your need for security and connection with others is compromised by ideas you have about the way life ought to be, and this leads to a tussle between what you need to feel secure, and a desire for the independence necessary to explore new, perhaps unusual, ventures. Your childhood may have been characterised by an ignorance or denial of your emotional needs which were therefore not met, resulting in painful memories when such needs are triggered by events in adulthood. If these needs are repressed the danger is you will cut off from your emotions altogether and flee into a lifestyle characterised by complete freedom of movement and independence but with an underlying dissatisfaction because you find it impossible to get close to anyone. This can be most unfortunate in personal relationships where intimacy is required. Ideally you will find a partner who respects your need for freedom and with whom you will therefore feel more secure and find safety to open up to emotional needs. You probably make a good friend where it comes to sharing ideals and common interests, but you keep your distance if a friend tries to cling to you or seek your empathy over some emotional distress (if you find the attempt to talk him or her out of it unsuccessful).

Your Temperament

Mediaeval astrologers used the birth chart to assess the balance of four temperament types: Choleric, Melancholic, Sanguine and Phlegmatic - corresponding roughly to Fire, Earth, Air and Water. Their method was more sophisticated than the common modern one of simply adding up the number of planets in signs of each element. The assessment of your temperament which follows is based on the mediaeval method within the limitations of the software I am using. Greatest weight is given to the Ascendant, the Moon sign and the Season (as indicated by the Sun sign). Since the seasons are reversed in the southern hemisphere from what they are in the northern, and different in tropical regions, this assessment may be somewhat less accurate for births in those parts of the world.

Your birth chart indicates a mainly phlegmatic temperament. You may appear unruffled when everyone around you is reacting strongly to volatile circumstances. You may be able to intuitively see a way through a difficult situation that others find distressing. That said, you really prefer quieter settings, the company of a small group of friends rather than a big party, and probably a quiet evening to yourself at home from time to time. In fact it may be best for you to have periods of solitude as you may absorb other people's emotions too readily, disturbing your peace of mind and lessening your potential for good in the world. You need to feel emotionally secure in your work and in your relationships, and provided this need is met you can be depended upon to be patient and reliable. Your presence in the background can be a stabilising force at least as valuable as the contributions of more outspoken people.

Sun in Pisces

I hope you have seen yourself clearly in this report so far, despite the fact that, unless you have a Leo Ascendant (in which case the Sun is your chart ruler), I have not mentioned your Sun. So far I have set the scene, the context in which the Sun has to operate. To express the Sun in your chart requires more conscious effort, which explains why, until you reach maturity, your Ascendant and Moon are usually more in evidence. If you have ever tried guessing someone’s Sun sign and got it wrong, it could well be that what you actually guessed was his or her Ascendant or Moon sign, but you would not have known since most people do not have such information.
Your Sun sign shows the qualities you need to develop if you are to feel that life has some purpose, and so feel more fulfilled. Such development does not normally happen instinctively, it has to be worked for consciously. The house occupied by your Sun shows the area of life in which you need to express those qualities. Doing so will help you to establish a firm sense of identity. A planet aspecting the Sun needs to be allowed to contribute to the establishment of that sense of identity. Such contribution could be positive, but may come across as negative and delay your development, but the struggle involved can give you great strength if successfully engaged.

Your task in life is to witness to a dimension beyond what others perceive to be this world’s limits. Some call this dimension God, or the divine reality, others a spiritual realm or a kind of intuitive awareness that is hard to explain. In terms of the biblical myth you remember there was a place called the Garden of Eden where life was a paradise, and that we long to return there from the drudgery of daily existence. You may develop a strong spiritual awareness through prayer and meditation, which would be much better than trying to escape the limitations of this world through alcohol or drugs. There are different ways of overcoming boundaries, some which work and some which only serve to imprison you further. Feeling yourself the pain of expulsion from that Garden you have great empathy with those who know more than most what it is to be cast out from the joys of life. You may make it your business to work in either a paid or voluntary capacity with addicts or people in prison or anyone who, whether through their own or other people’s actions, find life in the day to day world impossible.

Spiritual or intuitive awareness does not excuse you from the need to establish an identity for yourself, some sense of your own ego (which is not the same as selfish egocentricity).

Even those who are prepared to live sacrificially for others must know what they want for themselves. Being unaware of your limits can make you highly vulnerable to abuse, resentment and depression, and then you have less to give. You can surprise yourself at how harsh and cold you can become, how far you can stray from your ideal state of mind.

Being so open to the world beyond this you may well have a great appreciation of the arts, poetry and anything which can bring the realm of fantasy and imagination into daily life. Occupations that involve being in or on water may appeal, as can any that need subtle awareness such as naturopathy.

Beware lest in relationships you attract those who rely on your sacrificial willingness to give of yourself without limit, the victims of society. You will fare better with someone who can encourage you to set limits, to structure your life so as to enjoy better the practical necessities of daily life.

Pisces is ruled by Jupiter which therefore influences the Sun in your chart, especially if they aspect each other. See the description of Jupiter in this report for further guidance as to how the Sun operates in your chart.

Sun in the Tenth House

To find fulfilment you need recognition by the world, often by something you have achieved, but sometimes through status or an elevated position you have established by other means - in which case an overestimate of your abilities is possible. The Sun in the 10th house used to signify fame. Today it more often signifies someone who has established a position of authority in the world. If you cannot establish this then at least you could recognise within you the ambition to do so. This house is usually taken to signify one’s mother, though it could be one’s father, and whichever parent it is for you is likely to be very significant. He or she would ideally have been a strong guide for your entry into the adult world as one who needed to find your place within it. However, should the parent have been frustrated in terms of career or other outward orientation you may be expected to compensate for that by becoming what the parent failed to become. Alternatively you may feel impelled to follow in the parent’s footsteps to follow a tradition. You would be wise to ensure you seek your own path in life rather than follow a parent’s path.

Sun conjunct Mercury  (Strength:  7.26)

Your mind, thinking ability and intellect can guide you towards your aims in life as signified by your Sun sign (if Mercury is in the same sign). On the other hand, once you pursue your aims in life your thinking can be so bound up with them that your capacity for objectivity is diminished, and you fail to take other points of view into account. You can be a very ready communicator, and can stimulate others who lack enthusiasm, but the communication tends to be one-way unless the responses you get are in line with your own point of view. Alternative points of view can threaten your sense of who you are, so unless you are confident within yourself you will be reluctant to hear them, and you will lose the contributions that others can make. Greater self-confidence enables you to hear the views of others without threat, to be more flexible where appropriate or to stick with your own views with enhanced insight.

Sun conjunct Mars  (Strength:  6.22)

The Sun symbolises your purpose in life which you have to discover, Mars your instinctive desire. Mars knows what it wants and pursues it vigorously without much concern for others on the way. The Sun’s desire is not immediately obvious and has to be discovered through the course of life. The Sun can also be more subtle in the achievement of its aims, bearing in mind that others should benefit from the pursuit of its goals. Put these two together (in the same sign) and there can be an early recognition of the path one’s life should take. The key to success here is to learn to temper the instinctive demands of Mars. You may appear to achieve success in your aims if you get what you want, but for the Sun, success has to include benefit for all, just as the Sun benefits all the planets. If you just get what your ego demands, your sense of achievement may be tempered by a realisation that self-satisfaction is not enough, and that your purpose in life is more all-embracing. Your rush to achieve your goals can lead to success in a short space of time, but you may leave behind you a battlefield strewn with the corpses of those who dared stand in your way. Some of those corpses may be of people who would have benefited from your success, and whose well-being would have fed your sense of satisfaction. Once you know what your aims in life are, and you have learned how to handle the impetuosity of Mars, you can show great courage in over-coming obstacles that stand in your way, and others will reap the benefits of your progress.

Sun trine Neptune  (Strength:  4.87)

Wherever Neptune is in the birth chart it signifies a desire for an experience beyond that of mundane day to day affairs. When connected with the Sun it can interfere with the need to fulfil one’s purpose within the social order, and in the search for an identity distinct from the personality one shows as a matter of course to others. What you need to do is to embrace the realm of intuitive and visionary understanding in a way that can assist your aims in life. This can be uncomfortable because your awareness of a reality beyond the tangible does not blend well with your need to define a role for yourself within society. Writers and artists often have this aspect in their charts, and if you have a talent for music or other form of art your purpose in life may be to use this to contribute an awareness of the mystical realm, to lift others out of routine day to day existence in which they may have sunk themselves and to remind them that there is more to life than what they can detect with their senses. Neptune’s concerns are unworldly and therefore it would be wise detach yourself from excessive interest in material gain. Satisfaction that you are pursuing your mission in life should be sufficient for you.

Sun opposite Pluto  (Strength:  2.32)

Your path through life involves exploring areas that are often avoided by others, life’s darker side including intense feelings buried in the past, and matters that others treat as taboo like the darker side of sex, the criminal underworld and hidden forces sometimes described as ‘occult’. This is a path you may well keep hidden from others, not just because your work may involve keeping secrets, but because the experience is too intense to be shared with any other than those you know you can trust, and such trust takes time to build up. It is a path you may also keep hidden from yourself, as you fear the forces within you that urge you to take a deeper look at life. Consequently others feel that it is difficult to get to know you. Accepting others as they are may be difficult, because either you keep your power hidden from yourself, in which case you experience others as possessing a menacing strength, or you are in touch with your own power and find it hard to accept what you perceive as the relative superficiality of others. A high degree of self-knowledge is needed handle this connection with Pluto, and this will usually involve delving into family secrets and especially a relationship with your father that resulted in an inhibition of your own self-expression. He may have been a very magnetic figure who dominated you without any effort, or he may have been unaware of his own hidden power, a power which therefore affected you all the more without your knowing how it did so. Failure to connect with your own hidden power can have unfortunate consequences, as such power may leak out in activities that may sabotage your own best efforts to success in life, or that may adversely affect those around you. You may be obsessively interested in certain matters, especially those concerned with personal relationships and sexuality, with a compulsive tendency to engage in activities that you know are not in anyone’s best interests. If you do connect with your hidden power you have enormous potential to use it for a transforming effect on yourself and on those around you.

Mercury in Pisces (Detriment)

Your Mercury sign indicates how your mind works, the way you think and perceive things, whether, for instance, you do so intuitively or in a rigid and set way. It also indicates how you communicate, and how you gather and pass on ideas and information. The house occupied by Mercury shows as area of life that occupies your mind and where you might be able to change the way you experience that area by the way you think about it. Planets aspecting Mercury affect the way your mind works and your approach to matters that interest you.

You have a rich imagination, so much so that you may be tempted to live in a fantasy world with little touch with day to day existence. You may express yourself better in some form of art than you do in words, which makes for difficulty when words are required. When reading or studying you may prefer to have two books or subjects on the go at any one time, for focussing on just one is not easy. You may well have an intuitive understanding of what another is saying or writing when others are struggling with a logical approach, but you are just as liable to misunderstanding as your mind is easily deceived and can imagine something other than what the speaker or writer means. Likewise when you speak you may struggle to say what you really mean, even to the extent that others think you are lying. When you are finding the mundane world limiting you will find poetry, art and spirituality a more fruitful way of expanding your mind than the temptations of alcohol and drugs. Self-expression in some art form could make a good career, but you may need to employ someone else to handle the requirements of making a living from this.

Pisces is ruled by Jupiter which therefore influences Mercury in your chart, especially if they aspect each other. See the description of Jupiter in this report for further guidance as to how Mercury operates in your chart.

Mercury in the Tenth House

You desire to reach out into the world in order to gather information and knowledge and then pass them on to others. This could be in the form of a career in such areas as teaching, writing and secretarial work. You might be good at persuasion and wish to engage in selling. You like to be appreciated by others for your skills in these areas. Your mother may have been clever and knowledgeable. Check to see if you are following in her footsteps without considering carefully enough what your own journey in life should be.

Mercury conjunct Mars  (Strength:  9.16)

Your interests tend to centre around yourself, but when you reach out to others you exhibit sound common sense (rather than empathy). You are very direct in your communication, preferring to say how it is rather than concern yourself about how your communication will be received. If others are offended by what you say you consider that their problem not yours, which may be true, but if you need cooperation it would be worth your while to accommodate to others’ sensibilities. You have an incisive mind that can cut through to what matters in any discussion, but in your impatience you may miss some important considerations on the way and fail to reach the essence of the matter. In that case your persuasive arguments can mislead others. You enjoy arguments and disputes, but it is important to you to win. If you have lost and you realise it, you find it hard to be a good loser. If you have lost and fail to realise it you can be irritable and bad-tempered until you wake up to the true state of affairs, at which point you are tempted to make excuses rather than concede graciously. Some of your mental energy could be used to help others to communicate effectively.

Mercury opposite Pluto  (Strength:  6.30)

There are certain matters about you wish to know everything, and you will not rest content until you have done so. You could use such knowledge wisely, but it is more likely, at least until you mature, that you are obsessed with penetrating the secrets of others who may have good reason to resist your intrusion into their lives. This can interfere with what could otherwise be satisfying and creative relationships with those others. You could find your communication with people is blocked because they sense that you are trying to penetrate their barriers and that your motives for doing so are doubtful. Sometimes during the course of conversation an intrusive question could slip off your tongue and even you yourself are surprised that it has done so - you didn’t realise that you wanted to pry into their secrets. You could have an obsessive interest in matters other regard as taboo. With sensitivity and you could use your knowledge to guide others towards a deeper awareness of the unconscious patterns that influence their lives.

Mercury trine Neptune  (Strength:  3.27)

Take Mercury as symbolising facts, information and clear well-considered communication, and Neptune as adding imagination, and you have, for good or ill, a powerful combination. How do you use it? Your rich imagination can help you to see beyond the facts or information that lie in front of your nose to their deeper meaning and significance. You could help others to do the same. The question is: does your imagination lead you more deeply into truth, or does it obscure truth? For instance, if you work in advertising, does your campaign accurately describe what you are selling as well as present it in a way that in induces people to buy? You have the capacity to enhance what you know so that the information appeals to human faculties other than the rational, but also to fantasise in such a way as to deceive both yourself and others as to the true nature of the subject. Some artists can depict everyday scenes in such a way that the viewer can perceive more of what is going on in such situations. Music can also take us out of a literal way of looking at life into a deeper experience. Many art forms can be seen as means of communication (Mercury) that lead to a deeper spiritual understanding (Neptune).

Mercury conjunct Midheaven  (Strength:  2.03)

You prefer activities in the world, whether in your career or otherwise, that require your ability to communicate, or where your communication abilities are recognised. You like such activities to be mentally stimulating. You could be crafty, even devious, in the methods you use to gain advancement. Check that you are doing what you really want to do rather than what a parent wanted you to do.

Venus in Taurus (Rulership)

Your Venus sign is indicative of your values and what you appreciate in a person or object. It shows the kind of experiences you seek and tend to meet in relationships and the way you go about interacting with others, and indicates your dress sense. The house occupied by Venus shows an area of life where you seek beauty, pleasure and fulfilment, and which you may value more then others. Planets aspecting Venus influence the qualities that you value or find attractive and the extent to which you actually enjoy them. They also show the kinds of interactions you have in relationships.

As long as it is in good taste you enjoy anything sensual. For you what the world has to offer to any of the senses is there to be enjoyed, no questions asked. Sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch are all to be enjoyed. You may decorate your home with beautiful works of art, enjoy listening to music (nothing discordant), indulge in rich food (putting on weight), burn essential oils, and perhaps more than anything, enjoy (or long for) a sumptuously sensual sexual relationship. Ideally you seek a stable relationship and expect commitment from your partner, but until you find your perfect match your longing for sensuality may lead you into short term liaisons with anyone around and willing.

You can be very possessive, both of partners and property, seeking opportunities to make money to hoard or to spend on your pleasures. Hoarding will relate to fear of poverty, in which state you will not be able to afford to keep yourself in luxurious style, and the quality of your relationships may be such as to be of insufficient compensation as they are driven by enjoyment of the sensual.

Venus in the Eleventh House

Association with groups, either of friends or of people who share an interest in an ideal, is a means through which you can exercise the more charming and diplomatic sides of your personality. You may have a greater interest in your popularity within the group and in opportunities to expand your social life than you do in any ideals the group is working to pursue. You may have an inclination to dalliance where the boundary between friendship and sexual partnership is not clear. Others in the group may get what they want from you if they flatter you.

Mars in Pisces

Your Mars sign shows the manner of your aggression and assertion. You may have very direct or roundabout methods of getting what you want. You feel good if you express yourself in the manner of this sign. The house occupied by Mars shows the area of life in which you need to develop skill. Should you fail to do so, there may be consequences for your sense of well-being, and this may affect your health. You could also get very angry when the affairs of this house do not go well. Watch lest you blame others for your own failings. Planets aspecting Mars indicate further your method of self-assertion and may also suggest an area of life about which you could feel good if you were to develop it.

At first sight Mars and Pisces is something of a mismatch, Mars signifying the desire to succeed in achieving one’s wishes, and Pisces signifying more universal concerns, placing little value on worldly concerns and willing to sacrifice one’s own wishes for the sake of others. Yet tradition does not ascribe any particular debility to Mars in this sign, indeed, it has the minor dignity of triplicity in water signs. One way to look at it is that Mars in Pisces shows spiritual warfare pursuing higher goals than people normally aim for. You may achieve your aims by indirect means rather than direct, or by yielding rather than a head-on approach. You have some intuitive awareness of what it takes to get what you want, and on the way you may realise that what you really want is not the same as you initially thought, and achieving it will result in benefits for others less fortunate than yourself. You might want to channel your energy into artistic pursuits that serve others by putting them in touch with a reality higher than day to day concerns. Another image is that you are in charge of a boat on a river. You know the river is flowing too fast to fight your way upstream, but you can use your energy to guide it to a suitable port. ‘Go with the flow’ is a Piscean image. Mars is not passive in relation to the flow, it actively uses the flow in conjunction with its own energy to steer in the desired direction.

Pisces is ruled by Jupiter which therefore influences Mars in your chart, especially if they aspect each other. See the description of Jupiter in this report for further guidance as to how Mars operates in your chart.

Mars in the Tenth House

You need to make your mark in the world and will seek a career or other activity that enables you to do that. Whatever the activity you are an initiative-taker and desire results that attract attention. Alternatively you may have a boss who is assertive and demanding, which is fine provided you can argue your case and stand your ground without risking losing your job. Unconsciously you may choose a position with such a boss so that you can test your powers of self-assertion. If you are the boss then you will not suffer fools gladly. You may attack those whom you perceive as not up to the job because you are more concerned about your own success than you are about others as human beings with various needs. If you feel you can gain by infringing another’s area of responsibility then you will be tempted to do so. One of your parents, more likely your mother, may have been a very dominant influence in your life and you have to battle to free yourself from her control. Difficulties in dealing with a boss are a reflection of this.

Mars opposite Pluto  (Strength:  8.10)

When any planet is linked to Pluto its expression should become deeper and more powerful, usually after seeming to disappear for a while. This is often because the principle signified by that planet is one which felt dangerous to express in one’s formative years. When that planet is Mars, it is the aggressive instinct, the impulse to act and the response of anger to frustrating experiences that was buried in order to feel safe. Your family background may have been one in which anger, even rage, was commonly expressed, or, more likely, was simmering under the surface of daily life. If such rage is under the surface you would have sensed something very uncomfortable in the atmosphere, but would not have been able to identify it or know what to do about it. What you would have picked up, mainly unconsciously, was the sense that the expression of anger and the impulse to do what you want were not safe to practise, and so you buried them. It could even have felt like a battle for personal survival. In later life you have to learn that it is safe to act on your own personal wishes, to feel angry when frustrated, and how to express these wisely so that your personal relationships and social standing are enhanced rather than endangered. It can seem as if every action that you take leads to a battle for survival that you must win, so if you feel success is unlikely you may decline to act. Until you learn that winning is not required you can be quite ruthless in your pursuit of your aims, battering down all opposition on the way, and perhaps leaving you feeling isolated. If you are not overtly ruthless you may seek to get what you want by covert means. Sexuality is another aspect of life governed, at least in part, by Mars, and this also you may have buried in the past such that its expression now feels unsafe, or if you express it you have to win what feels like a battle. Mars Pluto aspects are associated with rape, whether as perpetrator or victim, and with distrust by either gender of men or of the masculine principle. For some the best way to handle Mars Pluto is to engage in an activity that requires great effort. If that activity is competitive and you don’t win, practise letting that be all right even as you make efforts to win next time.

Mars conjunct Midheaven  (Strength:  3.38)

Your activities in the world consume a large amount of your energy, and if you are in a career you are competitive and seek to get to the top, and having got there to stay there. You could fight in the armed forces for a living, but other appropriate careers include anything involving the use of tools, or which call for decisive action. Your mother may have been competitive, or have goaded you on in life, perhaps urging you to win on the school sports field.

Mars trine Neptune  (Strength:  2.05)

These two planets are poles apart in their significations, and the awareness required to live with their association can bring great benefits to you and others. Being unaware brings unfortunate consequences. Neptune signifies the longing for the Paradise we enjoyed before what the Bible calls the Fall. In Paradise there was perfect beauty, harmony and enjoyment of the divine source of all things. There was no need for the assertion of one’s own will which Mars signifies. For life in the world in our fallen state Mars is necessary. The key to working with these two planets may be to harmonise your will with the divine at the same time as recognising that you cannot go back there and re-establish the state of innocence that prevailed before the Fall. You need to live in two worlds, and for many the link between the two is provided by various art forms - painting, sculpture, music, drama, poetry and others. Enjoyment of these, and for some the ability to perform them, facilitates a loosening of the grip the mundane world has. It can also facilitate access to a kind of divine empathy for those apparently trapped within the necessities of daily life, especially those who fall victim to life’s harsher aspects.

Mars trine Ascendant  (Strength:  1.12)

You have a high energy level which needs to be used somewhere, if not in your work then maybe in some sporting activity. You may work better independently, finding cooperation rather difficult.

Jupiter in Aries

Your Jupiter sign shows the kind of qualities you value and have faith in, whether or not you are successful in achieving them in your own life. The house occupied by Jupiter indicates an area of life where (subject to other chart factors) you can achieve success more readily than in other areas. Sometimes it may seem like good fortune or luck rather than achievement. Jupiter in aspect to a faster-moving planet generally facilitates the matters governed by that planet.

You appreciate those who take initiatives and stand up for themselves, even if you find it hard to do so yourself. Personal freedom is an aspiration of yours, and however constrained you are in your own life it is likely you will champion the freedom of others. You may not be the best judge of what constitutes freedom for others however. Most likely you will have an image of what freedom for yourself looks like, and then think that is what it is for others too. In this regard you can be quite uncompromising in your philosophy of life, and resistant to realising that the practical necessities of day to day living may lead others to a more restrained view as to how to realise liberty in their lives.

Aries is ruled by Mars which therefore influences Jupiter in your chart, especially if they aspect each other. See the description of Mars in this report for further guidance as to how Jupiter operates in your chart.

Jupiter in the Eleventh House

Membership of a group of friends or of people who share a common ideal will give you a setting in which you can feel inspired or can give inspiration. You may be the guru in such a group, or seek out such a person within the group to help you make sense of life, especially when you are going through a difficult patch. The ideals of the group will normally relate to humanitarian issues. You may find it easier to support people who suffer in the existing state of society by discussing their plight in a group and devising programmes for improving their lot than to support them personally and individually. The group members could well be people of various nationalities and cultures, and you may over-extend yourself by being a member of several groups, thus diminishing your effectiveness.

Jupiter sesquiquadrate Uranus  (Strength:  2.96)

The belief in, and need for, freedom, is a major factor in your life. The urge to create sufficient space for yourself can give rise to considerable restlessness, even resentfulness at the constraints others, or simply the normal limitations of daily life, seem to impose on you. You feel a need to rebel, especially against what you consider to be outmoded beliefs and moral codes, and you can be very stubborn in your determination to live your life according to more modern ones, or perhaps even in anarchy. You also wish to shake society out of what you see as its stupor, and even seek to impose your beliefs if you are in a position to do so. What you may not realise is that what seems limiting to you provides a solid base for others, from which they can reach out into a life of creativity and service to others. If you take some care to listen to and get close to those whose lifestyle is alien to you, you may learn that true freedom can operate within a structured framework.

Saturn in Aquarius (Rulership)

Your Saturn sign shows the kind of qualities you find it a struggle to express. You may even consider them not worth the effort, or denigrate them in some way. You may attempt to cover up your inhibitions by acting out those qualities in a falsely exaggerated manner. The house occupied by Saturn indicates an area of life whose mature expression is often subject to delay and frustration. It may take most of a lifetime to learn how to live with fulfilment in that area, but the reward for doing so will be great. Saturn in aspect to a faster-moving planet generally requires that planet to work harder to achieve success in the matters governed by that planet. The result of such work could be a more mature expression of those matters.

Aquarius signifies innovation in the social order, finding ways to free the individual from subservience to rigid social structures, matters around human rights and equality, and scientific advances that benefit mankind. Saturn usually indicates some difficulty in matters connected with the sign it is in, and that is the case here. However Saturn is traditionally well placed here and offers the potential for well thought out practical application in these matters. It is especially in your younger years that you may find that you want to take a stand in these matters but fear to do so lest you stand out like a sore thumb and people abandon you, leading to loneliness. Innovations, for instance in science, may fascinate but frighten you, since they threaten the safety of entrenched positions. Another possibility is that you compensate by doing crazy things so that you stand out as someone special, or you are obsessed by revolutionary ideas. Maturity involves a carefully considered approach to social and scientific experiments, and applying your mind to ways of implementation for the benefit of all.

Saturn in the Ninth House

How do you feel about reaching out beyond your day to day experience of life? You may read about different beliefs and philosophies and be curious about them, but activating your imagination so that what you read about can change you, so that myth can touch your soul enough to enable you to live life at a deeper level, may be much harder for you. This difficulty may arise out of fear of offending the god you have been bought up to believe in, who may be a harsh judge punishing the slightest error and jealously warning against any exploration of alternative beliefs. You may take the stance of the sceptical scientist who will not believe in anything that cannot be perceived with the senses, tested and found to be true. If you are willing to investigate higher truths you may try to structure them so definitively that you do not allow them to open you up to a higher vision of life. Other than religion and philosophy, travelling abroad is another way of opening oneself up to alternative views on life. For you, foreign travel or residence is more likely related to work or necessity than to play.

Uranus in the Fourth House

For centuries the skills exercised by astrologers were practised successfully without reference to Uranus, Neptune and Pluto, these planets having yet to be discovered. Some modern astrologers have given them rulership of signs, but the stance taken in this report, based on my own experience in reading charts, is that such rulerships have limited value and the traditional rulerships have been retained. However, their significance in birth charts can be considerable, especially if they are angular (close to the Ascendant, Midheaven, Descendant or Imum Coeli) or in close aspect to other planets. Uranus stays in the same sign for seven years, Pluto for up to thirty. Therefore the sign placements of these planets in individual birth charts are not normally significant (their influence being generational) and are not delineated in this report. Their house positions, however, are worthy of consideration.
The house position of Uranus indicates an area of life where an independent free-thinking stance is preferred. Rules and expectations are experienced as frustrating and will often be breached, sometimes in what others would regard as an outrageous manner. This can be disruptive, especially in areas of life where fidelity and stability are assets. Care must be taken to create a framework in which freedom can be exercised as well as commitment. Uranus in aspect to a faster-moving planet can add excitement and insight to its workings, but also a wish to break out of any limitations.

What does ‘home’ mean to you? The chances are that a conventional home life does not feel comfortable to you and that you need to find a home for yourself in another setting. This does not necessarily mean not having a family, but it does mean sitting loose to what society would regard as the norm of family life. It may be that you prefer to live in a commune, or live close to but separately from your family, so that you can enjoy family life but also have your own space where you feel you can breathe more freely. Maybe a nomadic kind of existence suits you, where you don’t put down physical roots for any length of time but move around with those with whom you share a common interest. You may have been brought up in an unstable home background, constantly on the move, or with an erratic or absent father, with the result you find close ties difficult to form.

Neptune in the Fifth House

The house position of Neptune shows the area of life where you seek an experience that reaches beyond the mundane necessities of daily life. You could try to enrich those areas, exercising your imagination so that some kind of transcendent reality can shine through them. Alternatively you could choose to sacrifice earthly satisfaction in that area of life in the name of what you see as a more spiritual mode of existence. The conflict between the necessities of day to day living and the desire for something beyond it could signify difficulties for you in the matters governed by this house. Neptune in aspect to a faster-moving planet has a similar significance.

Wherever Neptune is in the chart we long for paradise in the area of life signified. The 5th house seeks paradise through pleasure, love affairs and children. You are likely to have strong romantic inclinations, longing to fall in love, perhaps frequently doing so only to find the one you have fallen for is totally unsuitable as a long-term partner with whom you could build a meaningful life. You can be a ready seducer, or easily seduced. It is as if there is a failure of recognition of the fact that life in this world demands a commitment that a constant seeking of paradise evades. Perhaps you seek an experience beyond this world through children. Maybe you demand too much of them, on the surface allowing them the freedom to grow into separate individuals while unconsciously trying to make them dependent on you. The children then feel guilty about enjoying themselves while they perceive you as suffering hardship. Perhaps you sacrifice yourself on behalf of your children, failing to live the life you want, which in the end does not benefit your children for you become less of a person than you have it in you to be. Later in life you may try telling your children how much they owe you, and feel hurt when they reply that everything you gave up in order to have children was for the pleasure of having them, and they therefore owe you nothing. Maybe you long for children but cannot have them. Some with Neptune in the 5th house find fulfilment through artistic activities, putting all their longing into beautiful art forms.

Pluto in the Fourth House

The house position of Pluto shows an area of life through which any unresolved emotional conflicts within you are channelled. This can give rise to an obsession with that area and an attempt to control their expression, lest letting go releases pent-up feelings in a way that cannot be handled by the conscious mind. The obsession can have a positive outcome if it is accompanied by working towards greater self-knowledge and acceptance. Deeply ingrained complexes can find an outlet through the matters governed by this house. Matters governed by a faster-moving planet are similarly affected if in aspect with Pluto.

Having Pluto in the 4th House can be like living over dormant volcano! Unexamined fears can lead to attempts to control everything around you lest violent forces erupt and destroy the sense of order you have built around yourself to keep life stable and manageable. The root of the problem will normally be found in experiences in your early home environment, especially relating to your father, or an early father-figure, in your life. He may have been very threatening, so that you lived your life in fear of him. If you were unable to deal with your feelings about this you would have buried them beneath consciousness, and when you build your own home life you may maintain tight control there as a way of keeping those feelings at bay. You may not have to say what the rules of the home are, everyone would just sense them somehow and know they had to keep them. Pluto in the 4th actually symbolises buried treasure, and if you can explore the deep emotions that lie buried and resolve them you may discover an abundant creativity and wisdom that can inspire others.

House Rulers and Dispositors

We now come to the houses in your birth chart. There are twelve of these, each referring to a different area of your life. The 1st house is the Ascendant and this has already been described early in this report. Now follow the other eleven, first the so-called angular houses, the Midheaven, the Descendant and the Imum Coeli, then the remaining eight. I have already delineated the house position of each planet in your chart, and for the delineation of any house, planets within it are the most important factors. However, each house is also ruled by a planet which will not normally be within it. For each house following I will specify its ruling planet. The house in which that planet resides indicates how the affairs of the house it rules might turn out.

For instance, if the ruler of the Midheaven or 10th house (activities in the world) is in the 5th (entertainment, children etc.), then your career might involve working in the entertainment industry or with children. If it does not you might consider it as an option. If the ruler of the 2nd house (money, possessions) is in the Descendant or 7th, your financial affairs will be influenced (for good or ill) by your partnerships or relationships. For each house, check again the delineation already given above for its ruler. This will tell you how the affairs of that house might turn out.

Pisces Midheaven (10th House)

The Midheaven is the highest point in the birth chart, where the Sun is at midday. The sign in which it falls and planets in the 10th house signify the way you reach out into the world and the kind of activities that could be appropriate for you therein. Such activities do not necessarily constitute your career, but ideally they would be included within it. (For consideration of your career direction the Ascendant, its ruler, the Sun, the Moon and the 10th house are all relevant.) The greater the number of planets in the 10th house of your birth chart, especially if the Sun is one of them, the more frustrated you will feel if you do not have significant activity outside of your home and family environment. If family commitments tie you, then you might give some consideration to ways of rearranging them so that you do have opportunities for activities beyond them. Your experience of your mother may be shown by this house.

If you are at all ambitious, it is unlikely to be for yourself, but rather for those for whom you work, for whom you desire all that is best for their soulful and spiritual well-being. Beware of being self-sacrificial to the extent of exhausting yourself, and therefore having little to offer.

Midheaven opposite Uranus  (Strength:  7.30)

Your family background was one in which you found it difficult to put down roots, perhaps because you moved home frequently, or one particular move was experienced by you as being a considerable upheaval. Now you ask yourself: if I put down roots anywhere, will I feel safe? You may try to cover up such insecurity by trying to establish a secure base, and then find your movements are restricted when you want to take on a new challenge. Freedom from family tradition and expectations can be exciting. Take care to discern and retain what is of value within them.

Midheaven opposite Pluto  (Strength:  4.32)

Your experience of early family life was likely to have been one of subtle but powerful forces that had a hold on you. Such forces would probably have been exercised by a parent, more likely your father. Discovering your own power and authority could have been quite a struggle. You may want to disconnect completely from such a background, but a more positive approach may be to investigate it thoroughly, digging down to the roots of issues that trouble you, taking care that if this becomes an obsession you do not neglect the rest of life.

Pisces is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by Jupiter.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

Capricorn Descendant (7th House)

Opposite the Ascendant, the Descendant indicates your experience of yourself in relation to another person. Usually it begins as the way in which you experience the other person, and the kind of person to whom you are attracted (but note there are many other indicators of this in the chart). The sign on the Descendant and any planets in the 7th house show qualities you look for in another person. They may be qualities, desirable or otherwise, that you repeatedly find in people to whom you are attracted. As a general rule they are traits within you that may be undeveloped or of which you are unaware, and the relationship gives you an opportunity to wake up to them.

Among the qualities you find attractive in other people are reliability, discipline and a willingness to take responsibility. If you seek security they can help provide it, but their responsibilities may take them away from you when you feel you need them most, so you might use them as role models to guide you into finding such security more within yourself.

Capricorn is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by Saturn.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

Virgo IC (4th House)

Opposite the Midheaven this is the lowest point in the birth chart, where the Sun is at midnight. The sign in which it falls and planets in the 4th house signify your experience of your home and family (in particular of your father), of your soul and most personal space, that without which you cannot reach out into the world (10th house) in a satisfactory way.

Your home background may have been one in which security and efficiency were regarded as qualities to be sought. A home which functioned well, perhaps with attention to diet and health, was preferred to one with plush furnishings. This may be how you see your home now - one that is organised well and serves you in whatever you do outside of it. Make sure you don’t spend so much time running the home efficiently that you have no time to relax.

Virgo is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by Mercury.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

The Second House

The 2nd house refers to your moveable as distinct from fixed possessions. This includes, in particular, your money.

Cancer is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by the Moon.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

The Third House

The 3rd house refers to your interaction with siblings and other relatives except parents, and neighbours, interaction which does not normally require much conscious intention but happens on a simple day to day level.

Leo is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by the Sun.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

The Fifth House

The 5th house refers to your creative expression, ways of having fun, entertainment, love affairs as distinct from long-term relationships, and children.

Libra is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by Venus.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

The Sixth House

The 6th house refers to the practical application of your creativity, your work and the people who work for you. Also health and diet.

Scorpio is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by Mars.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

The Eighth House

The 8th house is traditionally the house of death. More generally it refers to how you respond when death to the old is required to allow the new to be born. On a more mundane level it refers to possessions you share with anyone with whom you are in partnership.

Capricorn is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by Saturn.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

The Ninth House

The 9th house refers to your religion or philosophy, higher education and teaching, ways in which you seek to broaden your vision including long distance travel.

Aquarius is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by Saturn.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

The Eleventh House

The 11th house refers to your social conscience, activities you are prepared to engage in, with others, for the benefit of society.

Aries is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by Mars.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

The Twelfth House

The 12th house refers to places you might go to when you wish to escape from the world for a while, or to which you might have to go if you are ill - hospitals, or if you have offended society - prisons. It is called the house of self-undoing. Care should be taken in matters signified by planets in or ruling the 12th house.

Taurus is on the cusp of this house, so it is ruled by Venus.

Refer to the description of this planet above for clues as to how the affairs of this house may manifest in your life.The house position of this planet links the affairs of the two houses. Any planets in this house will also have been described above, and these are even more important.

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