The zodiac signs in global astrology have a general influence over specific sectors of the global agenda:
Aries influences manufacturing and military affairs
Taurus influences financial systems, banks and money matters
Gemini influences communications, transportation, postal services and print media
Cancer influences the home, family matters and oceans
Leo influences speculation, amusement, children, rulership, kings and queens
Virgo influences work, labor, sickness and agricultural production
Libra influences international relations, war, marriage and divorce
Scorpio influences death, debt and taxes
Sagittarius influences religion, law, tourism and the public expression of opinion
Capricorn influences business, business practices, government administration and diplomacy
Aquarius influences humanitarian issues, human rights, inventions and technology
Pisces influences restriction, disappointment, relief measures, slavery, crime and rivers
There are 4 aspects that have a pronounced and easily identifiable influence in global affairs.
The conjunction aspect – when two planets are in approximately the same degree of the zodiac – expresses as prominence and an easily identifiable global event. It brings the matters ruled by the planets and the house or houses in which they are located into prominence.
The opposition aspect – when two planets are approximately 180º apart in the zodiac – expresses as high-discord separation. It brings the matters ruled by the planets and the houses in which they are located into deadly conflict and tears them apart.
The trine aspect – when two planets are approximately 120º apart in the zodiac – expresses as luck and good-fortune. It brings the matters ruled by the planets and the houses in which they are located into harmonious cooperation. It signs for a good news story.
The square aspect – when two planets are approximately 90º apart in the zodiac – expresses as a high-discord obstacle. The matters ruled by the two planets and their house positions are blocked and frustrated as each planet acts as an obstacle that frustrates the actions of the other. And each planet responds violently.
The houses in a global astrology chart represent and govern specific sectors of a country’s mundane affairs.
House 1: The people and their disposition, personal interests, health and general welfare: domestic matters and issues
House 2: A country’s finances, wealth, possessions and banks: the national treasury, financial transactions, non-speculative bonds and securities
House 3: A country’s transportation, roads, railroads and public transport: cars, trucks, buses and trains: local airplane traffic: communication services – postal and telephone services: telephones, smart phones: newspapers and magazines: education and education policy: literary work and intellectual activity: writers, journalists, postal workers, telephone operators, bus, taxi and train drivers: rumors, suppositions and unverified information: neighboring countries and relations with them
House 4: A country’s land and territories: the opposition political party: the housing sector: homes, buildings and hotels: farms, farming and farmers: mines, mining and miners: crops on the ground: the weather, weather events, natural disasters and environmental issues
House 5: A country’s share market and stock exchange: speculation, gambling and games of chance: casinos: risks and hazards: games and gaming – the games industry and computer games: sport and sporting interests: sports venues: sporting events; the Olympic games: sports celebrities: fun, amusement, social activities: entertainment and film industry: theaters: movie stars: sex and sexual activity: the birth-rate: IVF programs: children and teenagers: schools and colleges: the youth market: ambassadors sent from foreign countries
House 6: A country’s labor and work-force – the workers, public servants and servers: their working conditions: trade unions and strikes: government employees – police, army, navy and firemen: the stored harvest: groceries: food and eating habits: diets: restaurants, cafeterias and fast food take a-ways: sickness: medical services: doctors: drugs and drug stores/chemists: chemicals: household pets and small animals
House 7: A country’s foreign relations: foreign policy: international affairs: the other country: overseas developments: war, open enmity: marriage and divorce
House 8: A country’s taxes, tax policy and revenue: the public’s money used for public spending: loans to and from other countries: borrowed money and debt: capacity to meet financial obligations: debts due from other countries: the capacity of the other country to pay: tariffs: insurance and the insurance industry: pensions and social security: welfare and Medicare: the cabinet of the Prime Minister: the chief appointees of mayors, governors and premiers: the death rate and the kinds of deaths suffered by the people
House 9: A country’s trade – imports and exports: interstate and international commerce: shipping: the constitution, law making and law makers: the Supreme Court and court system: judges, attorneys and lawyers: legal judgments and verdicts: religion: the clergy, ministers and preachers: churches: philosophy, ethics and moral issues: universities and higher education: teachers and lecturers: books: advertising: the public expression of private thoughts: television, radio and internet and social media – Skype, facebook and twitter
House 10: A country’s governing administration and its policies: politics and political developments: the leader or Head of State – President, Prime Minister, Governor, Premier, King or Queen: international position and influence: reputation and international standing: business and business activity: city mayor and other eminent people
House 11: A country’s friends and supporters: Congress, parliament or legislature: aldermen: ambassadors sent to foreign countries
House 12: A country’s secrets: secret deals and secret enemies: secret agents, spies and secret police: secret talks, secret agendas and secret negotiations: undercover operations: behind the scenes activity: terrorists: prisoners of war: crime and criminal activity: criminals – the secret enemies of the people: the Mafia: the prison system, prisons and prisoners: detectives: FBI, CIA: the hospital system, hospitals, hospital workers, nursing homes, rest homes, halfway houses and work houses: relief and welfare support: charities and op-shops: philanthropy: donations: refugees, asylum seekers, detention centers and asylums: smugglers and people smugglers: restrictions and limitations: sorrows and disappointments: research work
The planets have a dynamic influence on economic trends, but specific sectors of a country’s economy are ruled by the planets and houses. Jupiter rules the financial, banking and business sectors and Saturn rules work, the workforce, natural resources and the farming and mining sectors. House 2 rules a country’s finances; house 6 rules its workforce and labor; and house 10 rules its business sector.
Jupiter rules the world’s financial system. He’s the planet of capitalism, business, profits, wealth, prosperity, economic growth and luxury items. He has goods and services to sell and he wants you to buy them. He’s the planet of higher prices. Saturn rules the workers. He’s the planet of economy and he’s very price sensitive. He’s the consumer who wants to buy things at the cheapest possible price. When he withdraws demand Jupiter’s prices fall. Saturn is the planet of recession, falling profits, poverty, unemployment and scarcity.
Governance, the governing authority and special privilege are ruled by the Sun and house 10. Households are ruled by the Moon and house 4. The Moon rules the home, family, food and water. The business sector is ruled by Jupiter, Saturn and house 10. Stock companies and investors are ruled by Neptune: And multinational corporations are ruled by Neptune and Pluto.
Service industries are ruled by Saturn and house 10. Labor and the work force – the servers and the service they provide – are ruled by house 6: And trade unions are ruled by Uranus and house 6.
The market, where traders buy and sell money, stocks, commodities and resources, is ruled by house 5: And the money supply, assets and personal wealth are ruled by house 2. The amount of debt in the system, the level of foreign debt, foreign investment and foreign borrowings are ruled by house 8. Inflation is ruled by Neptune. Trade (an economic stimulus involving the importing and exporting of goods) is ruled by house 9. Economic expansion is ruled by Jupiter. Economic slumps, hardship, unemployment, hunger, disease and epidemics are ruled by Saturn. Relief given to the unemployed and aid – food aid etc – given to those suffering misfortune is ruled by house 12.
The farming sector – agriculture and the growing of crops for food – is ruled by Saturn and house 4. The crops on the ground are ruled by house 4 and the stored harvest is ruled by house 6. The natural environment and weather are ruled by Saturn and house 4.
Manufacturing and the manufacturing sector are ruled by Mars. The resources – mining – sector is ruled by Saturn and house 4. Tourism is ruled by house 9. Local transport is ruled by Mercury and house 3. Local communication, newspapers and the press are ruled by Mercury and house 3. Overseas transport – airlines and shipping – is ruled by house 9. Radio, television and internet are ruled by Pluto and house 9. The military and armed forces are ruled by Mars and house 6. Population growth is influenced by the birthrate ruled by house 5 and the death rate ruled by house 8.
The technology sector is ruled by Uranus. All the latest electronic gadgets – smart phones, i-pads, are just Uranus doing his thing. Neptune rules the pharmaceutical industry and the drug trafficking business. And Pluto rules the black economy, crime, organized crime and international crime syndicates.
Different energies are ruled by different planets. Energy comes from the Sun and energy sources contain solar energy in fossilized form. Electricity is ruled by Uranus but it has to be produced from some energy source. Oil and gas are ruled by Neptune. Oil is the most widely traded commodity. Iron ore is ruled by Mars. Coal is ruled by Saturn. Nuclear power is ruled by Pluto, hydropower by the Moon and wind power by Mercury.