Planets, Signs, Houses

Planets, Signs, Houses

Information on the individual planets, zodiac signs, and houses of the horoscope.

Planets, Signs, Houses
  • The Absence of Presence: Voids in the Horoscope, with Brian Clark

    What is missing in a horoscope may be as potent as what is observable. In this lecture we concentrate on what is “missing,” especially concentrating on the occurrence of intercepted signs when using unequal houses, the astrological significance of the phenomenon of planets turning retrograde, as ...

  • Annus Horribilis: Mutation, Adaptation and Neptune, with Damian Rocks

    Neptune transits tend to fall into the background in a predictive astrologer’s toolbox, yet often coincide with some of the most difficult periods in a client’s life. Neptune’s influence can be hard to define, and so by transit, its effects can be difficult to work with. Yet when impacting a clie...

  • Mars in Transits: Work Fast, but Think Twice, with Miłosława Krogulska

    Do you know this feeling when you've got too much work on your plate and your eyes are bigger than your belly? Time flies and people don’t help you, just slow you down? Don’t panic, this is Mars in transit! He brings a big portion of energy, but many astrologers do not follow these transits serio...

  • Using the Synodic Cycle of Mercury as an Effective Timing Tool, with Brian Clark

    Mercury’s thoroughfare through the heavens forms an extraordinary cycle with the Sun. In this presentation, Brian considers Mercury’s synodic cycle as a timing technique for writing a thesis, organizing a road trip, preparing an event, planning the next semester of teaching, researching a present...

  • Connect and Break: Using Venus and Mars in Astrology to Handle Your Relationships, with Alexis Duong

    Alexis discusses how we use Venus and Mars in our relationships, and how we can create our own terms in relationships rather than follow societal norms.

    Alexis Duong is a modern/traditional astrologer with a BA in Philosophy. She started a popular astrology blog on Tumblr called Ayyries, and is ...

  • Saints and Suckers: Neptune in Relationship, with April Elliott Kent

    To create a happy partnership with another person, it’s important to believe in their essential goodness and to have faith in their highest potential. Enter Neptune, the planet of unconditional love – but also of rose-colored glasses. Neptune has a reputation for deception and disillusionment, to...

  • Isolated Moon, with Komilla Sutton

    The isolated Moon is known as Kemadruma Yoga in Vedic Astrology. It is created when Moon is isolated and does not have planets either in the sign or in the adjoining Rashi. This makes for an isolated personality, a person who feels alone even in a crowd. They can be very individualistic and detac...

  • The Mind and the Moon, with Keiko Ito

    In Vedic astrology, the Moon is considered to be the most important planet as it represents the Mind. In this lecture, Keiko Ito explores the importance of the Moon in the Vedic chart, the various pointers of the Mind in the natal chart, the Nakshatra or lunar mansions and how they can influence ...