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And if Saturn rules the 2nd house, money is responsibility, form, and authority.
Consider your attitude towards money if Jupiter ruled the 2nd house. Now consider your attitude towards money if Saturn ruled the 2nd house.
 is gives you some idea of how important house rulership is in natal astrology.
your routine, your habits, and the people you encounter on a daily basis as you go about your business.
 e planet that rules the 4th house is your foundation; it’s your home, your personal life, your family, and your experience of your father.
 e planet that rules the 5th house is your fun; it’s sex, it’s games and amusement, gambling and speculation, your personal creativity, and your tolerance for risk.
 e planet that rules the 6th house is your job; it’s work you do because you have to (and for which you will not be recognized or appreciated), service, your workplace environment, and your co-workers.
“Consider your attitude towards money if Jupiter ruled the 2nd house. Now consider your attitude towards money if Saturn ruled the 2nd house.”
 e planet that rules the 7th house is other individuals; it’s any person engaged with you in a one-to-one relationship, but it’s especially individuals in contractual relationships such as business dealings, partnerships,
As I mentioned, I use the 2nd house in these examples because it’s so easy to grasp.  e other houses can be more challenging.
Here are some guidelines for house rulership in natal astrology.
 e planet that rules the 1st house is your appearance; it’s your happiness, your personality, your sense of self,
and your health and vitality.
 e planet that rules the 2nd house
is your money; it’s your resources and your possessions.
 e planet that rules the 3rd house
is your familiar environment; it’s
and marriage.
 e planet that rules the 8th house is your debt; it’s your relationship to
other people’s money and resources; it’s also your perceptions of other people’s values and opinions.
 e planet that rules the 9th house is anything new and unfamiliar to you; it’s beliefs, ideals, and philosophies; it’s higher education; and it’s the authority  gures who represent and hold higher wisdom.
 e planet that rules the 10th house is your public reputation; it’s your professional advancement and accomplishments, your career (as opposed to your job), and it’s your experience of your mother.
 e planet that rules the 11th house is what you believe you need to acquire to be happy; it’s your personal ambitions and aspirations (as opposed to your professional goals), and your relationships with friends, peers, and teammates.
 e planet that rules the 12th house is your sorrow and adversity; it’s your self-sabotage and your shadow; the unconscious expression of this planet is
what causes people to resent you and creates hidden enemies.
 ese guidelines will help you to de ne what it means for a planet to rule
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