The final three Houses in the cycle are about finally leaving behind your seperate, autonomous self or good, and fusing your identity with something greater than yourself. This is where you reunite with the collective, losing who you are to become a more prominent member of society. The first step into this last quarter is crossing the Midheaven and entering your 10th House of your career and public life.Read More
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In many cultures, this first step out of adolescence and into adulthood coincides with marriage, or the formation of a serious romantic partnership. Young men courted young women, their families spoke to one another, and a wedding was announced. The daughter maybe given away to her new husband's family to live with them, or the newly wed couple would leave and build a home of their own. As a symbolic gesture in some places, she would replace her family surname with her new husband's name - literally leaving behind her old identity in favour of this new, shared one. No matter the place or period, the result was the same. No longer were these two seen as two separate people, but as a single married couple at the head of their own household.Read More
The 6th House signals the end of the first half of our rotation around the wheel, and so marks the end of our personal childhood development. Before we pivot across the DC and into our 7th House, however, we need to make sure we've grown into a sensible, responsible individual, capable of taking care of ourselves, before we invite a partner into our lives.Read More
The 5th House begins in the joys of our childhood. The movies we were excited to see, the television shows we watched every night, the music that was on the radio back then, the games we played, the toys we couldn't wait to get our hands on - all the things we loved so unapologetically, and coveted more than anything else in the world.Read More
Look at your personality, your chart, the entirety of who and what you are, and see it (metaphorically) as a house. Your Ascendant would be the front door, or what people see when they walk up and meet you for the first time. And your Planets in the 1st House would be the first thing they see when they open up that door.Read More