Houses Significations

FIRST

Nation as a whole as a unitary political body

General conditions and strength of the country, its rulers and people

Home affairs and all domestic considerations

Public health and general well-being

National character, attitudes and behaviour including tendency, or otherwise, to keep the peace, be truthful in dealings with others, work ethic, manual/intellectual/creative abilities, acceptance of new ideas etc.

SECOND

National wealth (G.N.P.), income, material prosperity, country’s economy

National debt owed to other nations, currency and taxation

Internal/external trade and commerce, financial reserves

Banks, banking system, interest rates, inflation

Resources of the nation, including armaments

Purchasing power of the government and its people

Stock market, investments, negotiable assets

THIRD

Transport in general – public and private

Communications – telephone, post, radio, television, newspapers, books, periodicals, satellite communication systems, and advertising

Relationships with neighbouring countries, treatises, and border clashes

Trade within the country

Primary/secondary education

Public mental strength and attitudes, public opinion and intellect

Loss or gain of lands due to war

FOURTH

National patriotism, democratic government and institutions

Land and produce, such as crops, mineral wealth and mines

Public buildings, housing, slums, hotels and real estate

Property damage due to earthquakes and other natural disasters and war

Schools, colleges, universities and other higher education establishments

Weather conditions, including disturbances from earthquakes, floods, fires

Opposition parties to the government

FIFTH

Children, birth rate, dependant colonies

National pleasures, entertainment industry, artistic activities

Stock exchange market, stocks in general, and speculation

Sports, racing, gambling, lotteries, and other public amusements

Morals, immorality, scandals, crime related to immorality

Upper legislative house, ambassadors, diplomats, palaces

Danger to the ruler as it is 8th from the 10th house

SIXTH

Armed forces, and all military activity, police and civil service

Employed and unemployed people, labourers, trade unions and strikes

State loans and debts

Food supplies and reserves

Diseases in general, sanitation, hygiene, and climatic conditions affecting the general health of the people

Medical doctors, nurses and other health officers

Conquest of enemies

Places where records are kept, libraries, and computers

SEVENTH

International affairs – trade, alliances, relationships with other countries, disputes, competition

War, battles, open warfare, enemies, foreign spies

Public enemies, lawlessness in society, fugitives, disruptive organised crime

Marriages and divorces, general immorality

Social consciousness of the people, events affecting the social evolution and stability of the nation; peoples reactions to state actions; public gatherings

Infant mortality

EIGHTH

Death of national rulers, and events flowing therefrom

Resignation or end of existing government, destruction of the state

Setbacks to the Cabinet or close advisors of the President or prime minister,

Public mortality, death rate, types of death suffered by many people

Peril to the people due to war, famine, natural disasters, and epidemics

Enemy’s resources, including armaments

Medical discoveries, scientific organisations and research

National finances, public and foreign debt arising from 7th house activities

Capital gains taxes, death duties, pensions, and insurance industry

NINTH

Law, justice, courts, legal system and those involved with it

United Nations and other world organisations, assemblies, conferences

Foreign countries, international relationships, treaties and law

Religion, philosophy, places of worship and sacred books

Tourism, travel agents, facilities for long distant travel and communication

Institutions of higher studies, universities and scientific societies

Immigration; refugees, ambassadors, consulates, exchange students

TENTH

Parliament, supreme authority and power in the nation, including a dictator, king, president, prime minister, other powerful people

Party in power, politics, politicians, public life,

National prestige abroad and its influence in world affairs

National aims and objectives

Foreign trade, exploitation, revolution and lawlessness

ELEVENTH

Alliances with foreign countries, friendly states and allies

Gains from other nations and from foreign trade

National plans, policies for industry and environment, etc.

Vice-president, state governing bodies, advisory groups

Fraternal and civic organisations, clubs, conventions, exhibitions

TWELFTH

Hospitals, monasteries, prisons, charitable institutions, asylums

Misery in general, poverty, waste, extravagance, strikes

Underworld, organised crime, assassinations, kidnapping

Epidemics, hordes of pests, plagues

Secret – plots, enemies, sedition, treaties, agents, societies

War and losses arising therefrom

Success in places away from home, foreign residences

Slavery, exiles, extradition, scandals, smuggling, losses, extravagance

Detectives, police and law enforcement officers

Overseas retirement and emigration