The houses in a global astrology chart rule the mundane-matters, activities and people that make a country tick.
House 1: The people and their disposition, personal interests, health and general welfare: domestic matters and home-grown issues.
House 2: A country’s finances, income stream, wealth, spending power, financial transactions, wages, currency, banks and their financial practices and services, national treasury and non-speculative bonds and securities.
House 3: A country’s public transport and rail services: roads and transportation – cars, buses and trains: local airplane traffic: communications – postal service, telephones, cell phones, smart phones, computers, emails: 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, gaming and games of chance: casinos: risks and hazards: games – the gaming industry and computer games: sport and sporting interests: sports venues: sporting events; the Olympic games: sporting celebrities and elite sports people: the fitness industry: leisure, social fun and amusement – the leisure industry; entertainment and film industry: theaters: movie stars: sex: sexual activity: the pornography industry: the birth-rate: IVF programs: children and teenagers: the adoption industry, child care centers, schools, colleges, universities: 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: eating habits and 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 policy, international affairs and relations with the international community: partners: allies who formally cooperate for military or other purposes; alliance networks: the other country: overseas developments: disputes, 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: the other country’s money, debts due from other countries: the capacity of the other country to pay: tariffs: insurance and the insurance industry: pensions and social security: Medicare: foreign aid: 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: constitution, law and legal matters: Supreme Court and courts: judges, attorneys and lawyers: legal judgments and verdicts: immigration policy: religion: clergy, ministers and preachers: churches: philosophy, ethics and moral issues: tourism and tourism industry: teachers and lecturers: publishing: books: advertising: radio and television: internet and internet service providers: the web and websites; social media and the public expression of private opinions and the places or means by which they are made public such as Skype, Facebook and Twitter.
House 10: A country’s politics and political developments: governing administration and its policies: leader or Head of State – President, Prime Minister, Chancellor, Governor, Premier, King or Queen: business and business activity: international position and influence: reputation and international standing: credit rating: city mayor and other eminent people.
House 11: A country’s friends, allies and supporters: Congress, parliament or legislature: aldermen: ambassadors sent to foreign countries.
House 12: A country’s national secrets: secret deals and secret enemies: secret agents, spies and secret police: secret talks, hidden agendas and secret negotiations: undercover operations: espionage; behind the scenes activity: crime, organized crime and criminal activity: terrorists and criminals – the secret enemies of the people: Mafia: prison system, prisons and prisoners: prisoners of war: detectives and detective work: secret intelligence agencies: hospital system, hospitals, hospital workers, nursing homes, rest homes, halfway houses and work houses: relief work: relief and welfare support: philanthropy: donations: charity work: charities: thrift shops and op-shops: volunteers: slavery and slaves: refugees, asylum seekers, detention centers and asylums: smugglers and people smugglers: isolation and isolationism; restrictions and limitations: sorrows and disappointments: researchers and research work.
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