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astroleolady
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posted March 12, 2007 02:14 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for astroleolady     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
http://www.skyviewzone.com/mysynthesis.htm


Beginning Astrology Chart Interpretation Lessons by Anne Mogul

Do-it Yourself Chart Interpretation:

1. Planets show WHAT in the chart. The planets in your chart represent certain universal principles.

2. Signs show HOW. The planets in signs show the style in which you manifest the planet's principle.

3. Houses show WHERE. The houses in the chart contain the planets in signs and show the various areas of life.

The tricky part is combining the 3 factors. You'll have to really think in order to take it to this level.

Example for the Moon in Libra in the 2nd House:

[Moon] I need to be [Libra]extravagant with [2nd House]the money I earn.


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posted March 12, 2007 11:01 AM           Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
lady,

Anne wrote:

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[Moon] I need to be [Libra]extravagant with [2nd House]the money I earn

I have a problem with Anne's interpretation. I understand the Moon's emotional pull as being a "need," and certainly the 2nd house's physicality has also to do with our personal "money", but why is Libra (relationships) energy "extravagant"? Some "extravagant" definitions:

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excessive: unrestrained, especially with regard to feelings; "extravagant praise"; "exuberant compliments"; "overweening ambition"; "overweening greed"
recklessly wasteful; "prodigal in their expenditures"
wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn

going beyond what is proper; lavish or wasteful www.fen.com/studentactivities/sbgs/readingClub/living_ago/glossary.html

very extreme behaviour that is not reasonable or practical (usually means expensive) www.tki.org.nz/r/esol/esolonline/classroom/ncea/garden_party/vocab_test_e.php


I think that a person with Libra (relationships) modifying Moon (home, also emotions) focused in the 2nd house (physical, also money), may tend to use emotional relationships to build up their money supply. But I don't think this makes them "extravagant."

Interestingly, this is where Anne started out in trying to understand this astro-sentence:

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Here is an example of how to interpret the Moon in Libra in the 2nd house.
Moon in Sign sentence: [Moon] I have a deep emotional need for [Libra] fairness and justice.
Moon in House sentence: [Moon] I have a deep emotional need for [2nd house] having possessions or money.

"Fairness and justice" is another type of "relationship" and so makes sense. But Anne ended up far away from being either "just" or "fair" in her final result. Personally, I like my own astro-sentencing system better (attached below)...itís much less extravagant!

Questioning,

Tim

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astroleolady
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posted March 14, 2007 03:00 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for astroleolady     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
According to The Rulership Book written by Rex E. Bills "extravagance/extravagant" is ruled by Jupiter/Sagittarius because of their association with expansiveness, however the synonyms of "extravagant", "luxurious" and "lavishness" are ruled by both Venus/Libra/Taurus and Jupiter/Sagittarius. Please see www.yourdictionary.com for the definitions and synonyms. Of course, I'm speculating as to whether or not Anne knew this information, when she wrote her article.

When she presented the following statements, I understood them to be correct based on the astrological knowledge that I have to date. The Moon represents our emotional urge, feelings, moods, instincts, and needs. One of Libras many keywords is "justice".

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Here is an example of how to interpret the Moon in Libra in the 2nd house.
Moon in Sign sentence: [Moon] I have a deep emotional need for [Libra] fairness and justice.
Moon in House sentence: [Moon] I have a deep emotional need for [2nd house] having possessions or money.

However, when she combined these two statements, she seemed to be a little off track, leaping from "fairness and justice" to "extravagant", which is why I did not include those statements in my original post. They seemed to confuse the situation.

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The tricky part is combining the 3 factors. You'll have to really think in order to take it to this level.
Example for the Moon in Libra in the 2nd House:
[Moon] I need to be [Libra]extravagant with [2nd House]the money I earn.

Maybe a more correct statement could have been: "I need (Moon) to be fair and just (Libra) with regards to how I handle my earnings (2nd house). There are many more examples of statements combining the Moon, Libra and the 2nd house than the one example Anne provided. As astrologers, we have to think of several to provide to the client. A while ago, I read somewhere on the internet that at least 5 examples should be provided during a reading.

The example that you provided also fits the bill of Moon/Libra/2nd house.

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I think that a person with Libra (relationships) modifying Moon (home, also emotions) focused in the 2nd house (physical, also money), may tend to use emotional relationships to build up their money supply.

As for keyword and synthesis systems, my personal preference is the Marion D. March and Joan McEvers method described in their series of books, "The Only Way...". They are well written and easy to understand. But, it really doesn't matter which method we use, whether it be Anne's or someone else's, as long as it is correct and gets all the astrologers on the same page.

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Randall
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posted November 12, 2007 10:12 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Interesting.

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