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(ZT)4.Houses and Signs

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Carter also associated each of the houses and signs with different aspects of politics and the state as follows:
1st House-Aries : The nation as a whole, its self image and how it projects itself to the world.
2nd House-Taurus : The economy
3rd House-Gemini : Education; periodical publications; the post office, radio and transport; communications in general; science.
4th House-Cancer : Land and housing; agriculture; the opposition in parliament
5th House-Leo : All forms of national pleasure and entertainment; sports, general amusements; Society, children
6th House-Virgo : The 'working classes'; left wing organisations; public health. The armed forces and civil service.
7th House-Libra : Foreign affairs generally; war as well as treaties.
8th House-Scorpio : Financial relations with foreign countries; public safety and crime.
9th House-Sagittarius : The law; religion; philosophy; and science.
10th House-Capricorn : Heads of state; government; national prestige.
11th House-Aquarius : Parliament, especially the lo...
Carter also associated each of the houses and signs with different aspects of politics and the state as follows:
1st House-Aries : The nation as a whole, its self image and how it projects itself to the world.
2nd House-Taurus : The economy
3rd House-Gemini : Education; periodical publications; the post office, radio and transport; communications in general; science.
4th House-Cancer : Land and housing; agriculture; the opposition in parliament
5th House-Leo : All forms of national pleasure and entertainment; sports, general amusements; Society, children
6th House-Virgo : The 'working classes'; left wing organisations; public health. The armed forces and civil service.
7th House-Libra : Foreign affairs generally; war as well as treaties.
8th House-Scorpio : Financial relations with foreign countries; public safety and crime.
9th House-Sagittarius : The law; religion; philosophy; and science.
10th House-Capricorn : Heads of state; government; national prestige.
11th House-Aquarius : Parliament, especially the lower house. Local government.
12th House-Pisces : Prisons, hospitals, homes for the aged; philanthropic societies; secret societies; monasteries and institutional religion.
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    CHAPTER III.

    THE TWELVE MUNDANE HOUSES, THEIR POWER AND SIGNIFICATIONS.

    In dealing with this, the same rules must be applied as in delineating a horoscope, for where the latter applies to an individual, in Mundane Astrology it refers to a nation, and it therefore follows that the same mode of procedure must be applied, but in a more extended form.
    The influence of the twelve mundane houses in connection with national affairs is as follows :-
    The first house.-The common people, public health, general conditions of the country, and state of home affairs generally.

    The second house.-National Exchequer, Revenue, Stock Exchange, Banks, Commercial affairs and trade.

    The third house.-Railways and matters to do with them, traffic returns, stocks and shares; telegraph, telephone and postal affairs, locomotions and means of transit, motors, omnibuses, and the like; Books, newspapers and literary concerns.

    The fourth house.-The weather, agriculture, crops and landed interest; mines, public buildings; and the opposition part to the Government.

    The fifth house.-Theatres, music halls and places of amusement, children, education, birth-rate, schools, morals and betting.

    The sixth house.-Sickness, public health, Army and Navy, Warships; Working classes generally.

    The seventh house.- Foreign affairs, and relations with other Powers. War and international disputes. Marriages, divorces, foreign trade.

    The eighth house.-Mortality, death-rate, suicides. Privy council.

    The ninth house.-Law courts, judges, clergy, religion, Colonial trade and affairs, Commercial powers, Science, Shipping, and matters to do therewith.

    The tenth house.-The King, Royalty, Government, Ruling Powers, Aristocracy, Nobility and Society.

    The eleventh house.-Parliament, House of Commons, Legislation.

    The twelfth house.-Prisons, Workhouses, Hospitals, Asylums, Reformatories, Charitable Institutions; Crime, Murders, Criminals, Spies and Secret Foes.

    NOTE.-The strongest houses are the first, tenth, seventhand fourth, then the second, fifth, eighth and eleventh, and lastly, the third, sixth, ninth and twelfth. The first, third and ninth are termed the intellectual houses, because the first represents the minds of the people, the third has to do with newspapers and the like, and ninth represents the religious attitude of the people.
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