The Eighth House – Sex, Death and Transformation, Unseen Influences and Inheritances
This house is called a succeedent house. It simply refers to “following” or being “subsequent” the most angular house. This house is a support house. This house will talk to you, your belongings, and the support of the previous angular house. The eighth house is the support for the seventh angular house.
The eighth house is ruled under the traditional rulership of Mars and Pluto respectively. It is also governed and controlled by water. This house is governed by the element water. It governs our relationships with our shadow and darker sides. The eighth house at the hour we were born denotes possible phases of transformations, crisis and areas of waste that we should be aware of and prepare for.
Traditionally, House 8 is used to interpret matters related to inheritance and estates. This House is also known as the House of Inactive Power and reveals other influences in our lives. In a native’s house, power plays, sexuality and sex drive can be expressed.
The Ninth House – Spirituality, Long Journeys and Expansion, Great Work
This house is the cadent house. It is located in the fourth quadrant of your natal charts. This house is a place of learning. What happens in this house will indicate areas where we need to transform, grow, improve, or continue to develop from weakness into strength. The cadent ninth house is a place of greater learning, growth, spiritual development. This will support the preceding angular which is the seventh house of unions and relationships and the next angular which is the tenth and final house of social status and career goals.
Jupiter and the element fire rule the ninth house. This house is about how we see spirituality, religion, and mystical matters. It shows how we view Spirit, God, and the Divine or how connected we are to the collective unconscious. It is also known as the house for divination, higher education and self-actualization. This house will give you a sense about your life philosophies.
This is the House of God in Hellenistic Astrology. It represents spiritual exploration, higher learning and our connection with the greater collective or greater goodness. People with decorated House 9 are more open-minded, mystical-minded, and cosmopolitan. They are also more likely to be multilingual, bilingual, and immigrate from faraway places.
The Tenth House – Career, Glory and Reputation, Advancement
This house is an angular house or cardinal house. It is a forceful house that is prevalent in your life and can reveal information you don’t already know about yourself. This house is also the one in your natal chart with the greatest impact on you.
Saturn and the element Earth rule the tenth house. This house denotes our social status, our career path, and our goals in life. This is the house of glory.
This House is the House of the Culminating Angle. It will show you your ideal career path, key to social success, potential for high achievement, and more. House 10 represents your Great Work, as it was assigned to you by God at the time of your birth.
The Eleventh House – Hopes, Gifts and Community
This house is called a succeedent house. It simply refers to “following” or being “subsequent” the most angular house. This house is a support house. This house will talk to you, your belongings, and the support of the previous angular house. The eleventh house is the one that supports the angular tenth.
Saturn is the ruler of the eleventh house, while Uranus is the ruler. It is also governed and controlled by the element air. This is the house that represents community. This house identifies our relationships to the community, who our friends are and what their external selves look like in society. This house is about our group involvements, humanitarianism and how we can contribute to our community. This house also denotes our support or social network.
House 11 is connected to social media and online personalities in the 21st Century. People with decorated House 11 are more interested in politics, public policy, and social justice. This is the house for civic engagement.