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(ZT)3.Planets and areas of life

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Astronomical symbols/glyphs representing the Sun, Moon, and planets, along with the Earth, in Western astrology.
Many astrologers have been interested in the area of mundane or political astrology, including the noted British astrologer Charles Carter who proposed that specific areas of life and politics can be correlated to each of the planets.

In general, the following associations of areas of society with each of the planets are generally accepted by most astrologers:
Sun : Supreme authority in the State (the President/Prime Minister/Chancellor). Eclipses often signify the death or displacement of the head of state. National character and identity, major events, overall Weltanschauung.
Moon : The population, the popular mood; national security needs, basic necessities, women's issues, agriculture.
Mercury : News media and the Press, literature, all schools leading up to higher education; the post office and means of communication; political speeches, opinion polls, transportation.
Venus : Sufferers, disease, a...
Astronomical symbols/glyphs representing the Sun, Moon, and planets, along with the Earth, in Western astrology.
Many astrologers have been interested in the area of mundane or political astrology, including the noted British astrologer Charles Carter who proposed that specific areas of life and politics can be correlated to each of the planets.

In general, the following associations of areas of society with each of the planets are generally accepted by most astrologers:
Sun : Supreme authority in the State (the President/Prime Minister/Chancellor). Eclipses often signify the death or displacement of the head of state. National character and identity, major events, overall Weltanschauung.
Moon : The population, the popular mood; national security needs, basic necessities, women's issues, agriculture.
Mercury : News media and the Press, literature, all schools leading up to higher education; the post office and means of communication; political speeches, opinion polls, transportation.
Venus : Sufferers, disease, arrogance, defeat in war, death, anger, jealousy.
Mars : The armed forces and police; violent crime, war, industrial concerns; when associated with Uranus may cause explosions, terrorism; with Neptune, treachery. Divisive elements in society.
Jupiter : Clergy and churches, religion, judges, law and court system, higher education, prosperity, publishing, banking, insurance; the 'upper classes'; philanthropic institutions (especially in association with Neptune).
Saturn : Property, the system of government, institutions and bureaucracy, economy, conservatism, infrastructure, law, control.
Uranus : Administration, revolutions, progressive or radical movements, countercultures; power in its physical sense - electrical and nuclear, new technology, innovation.
Neptune : The arts, glamor, hope, idealism, covert actions, socialism; hospitals, charitable institutions; the navy. Under affiction associated with muddle, fraud, crime, scandal; brewing and alcohol, drugs; chemicals, footwear.
Pluto : Financial or political power, factions, big business, nuclear energy, mines; criminal detection, but under affliction the criminal underworld, death, catastrophes, dictators.
Ceres : Native needs to feel loved and nurtured, the reproductive issues of an adult woman, pregnancy, family bonds and relationships. Deals with grief, worry, negative emotions and places of perceived imprisonment.
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    CHAPTER IV.

    THE SIGNIFICATION OF THE PLANETS.

    The Sun, Moon and planets have a special significance in Mundane Astrology, as they represent certain classes of the community in every nation and country. It is very essential that these should be carefully committed to memory.

    The following are the different classes and particular matters ruled over by the planets :-

    The Sun represents the King, Nobles, magistrates, judges and all persons in Authority and of Distinction, Cabinet ministers, and the like.

    The Moon denotes the common people, women generally, crowds, and all matters of a common or public nature.

    Mercury governs the literary world, newspapers, publishers, ambassadors, trade and commerce, and the intellectual world.

    Venus has rule over the female sex, artists, musicians, marriage, children, and births.

    Mars denotes soldiers, surgeons, noted military and naval men, war, disputes, fire and incendiarism.

    Jupiter rules the religious and judicial world, divines, judges, lawyers, bankers, merchants, etc.

    Saturn has chief influence over elderly people, land-owners, farmers, mines, coal, and the produce of the earth.

    Uranus has special influence over railways, societies and associations, gas and water companies, civic bodies, strikes, rioting, and the like. Aerial navigation and scientific discoveries come also under this planet’s rule, also explorations, anarchy and nihilism.

    Neptune rules Socialism, suffragettes, the smart set, plots, sedition, fraud and swindling, all illicit undertakings, bogus companies, and all the lower and more degrading forms of vice and wickedness.

    NOTE.-The particular house position of the planets must be taken into chief account in judging the above. For example : Neptune in the tenth would show socialistic agitation against the King and Government. The same planet in the twelfth would represent scandals and unpleasant events in connection with Institutions. It is essential that the house influence and planetary influence should be combined. This will be explained later on.

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