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The cardinal cross to Rajas (activity), the fixed cross to Tamas (constancy) and the mutable cross to Sattua (rhythm). The cardinal signs govern the head and the intellect. The fixed signs govern the soul and the will. The mutable signs govern the body and the senses. ) makes the native positive, energetic, acting, progressive-minded, impulsive. The greater part of the planets in airy signs (n, =o=, 2s) makes the native talented, refined, pensive, courteous, idealistic, often inconstant. The greater part of the planets in watery signs (25, ni, DC) makes the native negative, sensitive, dreamy, psychic, shy, timid, romantic, often lacking in energy.
C. (Imum Coeli), the North. These 4 points are the 4 angles of the horoscope they are of very great importance, when it is judged. may regard the horoscope divided into 4 sectors by the equator and the meridian with respect to the 4 seasons, viz: highest It ; We South (Zenith M. ) Spring L East (Ascendant) 4 Winter Summer 2 West 3 (Descendant) Autumn North (Nadir I. ) 1. unities Spring. Many planets in this part gives the native many opportto progress in life and assures him the help of friends.
Saturn) the intellect Q)) is overshadowed by matter, hence brainlimited (bound), dependent on matter, therefore egoistic. Concentration. 2|. (Jupiter) thinking is risen above the limitation of matter and so is enriched by imagination. Thus Saturn rises to the planet of intuition as soon as matter has been made submissive. In (Mercury) we find all symbols combined. It is the symbol of the winged messenger of the gods, the symbol of wisdom. It represents the love of the planet Venus, overshadowed by the intellect Q)), which can work freely, without being veiled by matter.