Data Fundamentals – the houses

The astrology code operates in an environmental setting and the Earth provides the setting and the opportunity for souls on developmental journeys to evolve and develop intelligence and ability.

You’re the operator and you operate in an environment that provides events and conditions. You’ve arrived here with a past stored in memory. Your soul is configured in such a way that different memory compartments store the thoughts, feelings and impulses associated with specific events and experiences. It’s a self-organizing memory-system and the houses in your birthchart reveal how events and conditions in the past have built your character.

The 12 houses in your birthchart mark for definite life-matters, activities, interests and people. Each one provides data about the events and conditions that will sustain your intelligence and ability development. You could say that your life experience is a series of events and the houses map the venue and who’s involved. And the functionality of a house – its tendency to express fortunate or unfortunate events – can be measured.

In your birthchart a house that is harmonious marks for fortunate events and beneficial conditions. And a house that is discordant marks for unfortunate events and learning experiences that keep you on your toes. Your life unfolds just as the chart indicates unless you do something and change what’s indicated.

House 1 is the data-point for information about your personal-life. It’s the marker for events involving your physical body, health, appearance, personality and personal interests.

House 2 is the data-point for information about your financial-life. This includes your earning capacity, spending behavior, saving capacity, and cash flow. It’s the marker for events involving money, financial transactions, possessions (not your home and land), banks and bank accounts.

House 3 is the data point for information about your private mental-life. This includes your thinking and thought processes, academic-study interests and writing pursuits. It also provides data about your local travel experience, siblings and relatives. It’s the marker for events involving your mental health, state of mind, conversations, letters, the written word, all kinds of phones, computers, email, facebook, twitter, short journeys and brothers, sisters, cousins, aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces.

House 4 is the data-point for information about your home-life. This includes your housing situation – home, flat, unit, apartment, hotel, boarding house, caravan or tent – the conditions in your home and real-estate interests. It also provides data about your father and your relations with him. It’s the marker for events involving your home, land, home improvements, landscaping, gardens, father and the conditions in the latter part of your life.

House 5 is the data-point for information about your social-life. This includes your fun, leisure and amusements, creative interests, exercise life, sporting interests, love life and sex activity. It also provides data about your children. It’s the marker for events involving social fun, love, sex, risk, gambling, share market speculation, theaters, movies, concerts, hobbies, creativity, schools, children and child birth.

House 6 is the data-point for information about your work-life. This includes your place of work, working conditions, job performance and relations with work mates. It also provides data about your eating habits and diet. It’s the marker for events involving your work, work-mates, trade unions, public servants, police and armed services, sickness, doctors, nurses, drugs, chemicals, cafeterias, restaurants, tenants, small animals and pets.

House 7 is the data-point for information about your partnership-life. This includes your marriage partner, marriage life, de facto relationship and business or work partner. It also provides data about your customers, clients, patients and open enemies. It’s the marker for events involving marriage, your partner, divorce, the other person, clients, strangers, competitors, open opposition, law suits and legal action.

House 8 is the data-point for information about your debt-life. This includes your personal borrowings, mortgage and financial obligations. It also provides data about death, legacies and inheritance. It’s the marker for events involving your partner’s money, joint finances, loans to others, debts, taxes, pensions, social security, gifts and death.

House 9 is the data-point for information about your religious-life. This includes your religious activity, philosophical beliefs and higher education. It also provides data about your tourism life and overseas travels. It’s the marker for events involving moral and ethical issues, university education, publicly expressed opinions, teaching, lecturing, broadcasting, advertising, radio, television, the internet, long journeys, court cases, juries and your partner’s family.

House 10 is the data point for information about your public-life. This includes your career, job, occupation, community activity, position in the community, reputation and public standing. It also provides data about your mother and your relations with her. It’s the marker for events involving your career, job, business, publicity, reputation, public standing, employer, boss, landlord and mother.

House 11 is the data-point for information about your friendship-life. This includes the advice given by friends and supporters. It’s the marker for events involving your friends, pals, supporters, hopes, wishes, groups, organizations, clubs and societies.

House 12 is the data-point for information about your secret-life. This includes your confidential affairs, behind the scenes activity, privacy policy, occult interests, hide-a-way places and secret enemies. It also provides data about your restrictions, disappointments and sorrows. It’s the marker for events involving secrets, disappointments, isolation, crime, detention, imprisonment, bondage, hospitals, asylums, research work, charity work, volunteer work, relief, welfare, self-injury, suicide and large animals.

You and your environment have to operate together and the smoother the fit the better. A comfortable fit ensures good-health, mental wellbeing and peace of mind. An uncomfortable fit results in discomfort, discontentment, sickness and disease. An unsupportive, antagonistic environment is a stressor that you have to deal with – but the stressful situations you’re destined to encounter are opportunities for character development.

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