November 27, 2011

Horary Chart_When Will My Husband Get a Job?

This chart was cast for the time and place at which I opened your email and read and understood your question.


November 27, 2011 at 5:15 a.m. CST
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Regiomontanus house system

Regiomontanus: medieval scientist, mathematician, astronomer and astrologer
While stranded for a year in Jamaica, his Ephemeris was used by Christopher Columbus to intimidate the natives into continuing to provide food to his crew from their own scanty supply. He accomplished this by successfully predicting a lunar eclipse on the 29th of February, 1504.

Fifteen degrees on the ascendant indicates that it is a timely question, neither too early, nor too late to ask. There is first light from a new moon, an auspicious indicator.

PhotobucketThe Scorpio ascendant represents you as the Querant. The Taurus descendant represents your husband because the question is being asked about him. Interestingly enough, according to the data you provided, you are a Scorpio and your husband is a Taurus. These are also the signs of money and shared income (community property).

His reputation and status in life are shown by the 4th house of this chart (10th house from the descendant, where he is), with Aquarius on the cusp. Its ruler, Uranus is retrograde, and separating from a square with Venus (his significator, also the planet of money and self-worth), as well as with the moon (a timing indicator). So he’s only recently unemployed, right?

His job and sense of obligation are represented by the 12th house of this chart (the 6th house from the descendant), and at first glance, when I see Saturn there, I think there’s a sense of guilt connected to his job loss, and a delay, limitation, or disappointment in finding a new one. Saturn is in Libra, so those things are tied to his marriage or business partners, co-dependency, and efforts at diplomacy.

But on closer look at Saturn, I see that it is exalted in the sign of Libra, and is also in mutual reception with Venus, your husband’s ruling planet, as well as the ruling planet of his 6th house of work, job, and obligation. Venus is strengthened by being accidentally dignified in the 2nd house. This indicates he will be successful in a job search, and very soon.

In addition, Venus is in an applying trine with Jupiter, planet of optimism, hope, faith, and bigger, better, more. Jupiter is in the 12th house of secrets and sorrow from the descendant (your husband). It rules over the house representing his shared income and co-dependency. It’s retrograde which may mean he will return to some previous state of affairs.

The moon has just separated from a conjunction to Venus, which collects the light for Pluto (power, transformation, renewal). Pluto is one of the significators of this chart due to being the ruler of Scorpio, the sign on the ascendant, so this might represent the bringing of good news your way, or it might represent a third party who will help to bring the matter to a conclusion. This triple conjunction is in Capricorn, the sign of business. Capricorn occupations are those of executives, authorities, government, construction, engineering, and agriculture.

PhotobucketThe moon will also translate the light from the separating trine between Pluto in Capricorn and Mars in Virgo, and kick it back into aspect. Mars occupies the 4th house from the descendant, which makes it your husband’s house of domestic matters and real estate. Virgo is the sign of blue-collar work, accounting, health providers, and those in uniform.

Mercury, ruler of the 2nd house of money from the descendant, is retrograde, and indicates that his income may benefit by returning to a previous place of employment.

Unfortunately, although I believe your husband will be employed again very soon, I don’t think it will work out, or maybe he won’t stay with it, as indicated by the moon’s last aspect being a square to Saturn. He may turn out disappointed with it, limited by it, or in some other way dissatisfied.

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