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Can you keep a secret? Better yet, can you hide in plain sight so that no one suspects the truth that hides beneath the surface? Because those are some of the skills you need to explore the Eight House. The Eight House is the house of mystery. It relates to the occult, to death, and to taxes, but also to inheritances and legacies. It's your debts, financial obligations, and shared resources. And that's just the beginning. In recent years, the Eight House has been linked to psychology and deep spiritual work, although we can put to rest the ugly rumors linking the Eight House with sexuality, deviant or otherwise. There's more to learn, of course, but not quite yet.
You're going to need security clearance to get to know the real Eighth House.
Enough about me; let's talk about you! But there are so many of you, we have to do this one at a time. The Seventh House is democratic that way. Sure, it's the house of marriage and represents the one person with whom you hope to spend your life, but it's also the house of every other one-to-one relationship. The Seventh House influences how you relate to other individuals. You might think that the way you relate to your spouse is different from how you relate to your business partners, salespeople, competitors, or open enemies, but it's not. There's one thing all of these people have in common. They're all mirrors reflecting your own issues back to you.
It's time to meet the real Seventh House.
Good help is so hard to find. In the past, you would look to the Sixth House to find it because that's where all of your servants lived, but times have changed. Astrology has changed with the times, and in recent years, the Sixth House has received a fresh coat of whitewash. It now claims to be the house that relates to your job, to selfless service, to diet and nutrition, and to physical routines and exercise. But no amount of public relations and marketing can change the fact that the Sixth House is the house of slavery and illness. And this isn't a bad thing.
The Sixth House is a part of life. It's not always a pleasant part of life, but it can't be avoided. And the best way to keep it in its place is to accept it for what it is. It's time to meet the real Sixth House.
What do sex, the stock market, games, entertainment, bribery, creative expression, children, and real estate agents have in common? You can find them all in the Fifth House. By all accounts, the Fifth House is all about amusement, but there's more to it than that. Games have winners and losers. Risk is exciting, and winning is a rush; but when you lose, you have to live with the consequences. The Fifth House is a nice place to visit, but you wouldn't want to live there. It's time to meet the real Fifth House.
Home is where the heart is, as the saying goes. When most astrologers think of the Fourth House, they think of the comforts of home, family traditions, and mom's apple pie. When they learn about the real Fourth House, they're quite shocked. For one thing, mom belongs to the Tenth House, not the Fourth House. And when you think objectively about family traditions, they're not always that comforting.
The Fourth House is your foundation. It connects to your past, your family, and your ancestors. It's a literal foundation in that it represents real estate and land. It's where life begins, and where the cycle ends. It's time to meet the real Fourth House.