THE BROAD QUESTION
Certainly the question of marriage looms large at some time in life on the horizon of all that are born of women. The desire to complete the circle of existence by the adoption of a suitable mate is inherent in the very alchemy of our being. So fully is this the case that for most natures the urge in this direction assumes almost the force of an obsession, and nothing appears of greater importance to the young while this influence maintains its control. It is possible to push this argument into the realms of the immaterial and abstract world and thus to derive the conclusion that the desire of the soul towards it counterpart in nature, and in its material expression the animal instinct, is after all but the urge of the spirit of life towards realisation. continue…
THE BROAD QUESTION
SIGNS OF HAPPINESS exist in the horoscope of birth when the Sun and Moon are harmoniously configurated, that is to say, when they occupy signs that in sextile or trine aspect to one another, or when they are in the same sign and well aspected. These terms, intelligible enough to those who know the elements of the ancient science of the stars, require some explanation to the lay reader. Consider then that each solar month begins on the 21st day of the calendar month, and that the Sun enters the sign Aries, the first sign of the zodiac, on the 21st of March in any year. This will give a general idea of the solar position. The months allied to the signs are roughly as follows:- continue…
THREE MARRIAGES (example)
The following horoscope is that of an actress which was thrice married.
It will be noted that Venus, the ruler of the horoscopical Ascendant, is in the House of Contracts, supported by Jupiter in the same House.
The Sun is in sextile aspect to Saturn, but Saturn is afflicted by the quadrature of Uranus. After eloping with a man at the early age of 17 years, she was married to another man (Saturn in Sagittarius), but afterwards reverted and married the man with whom she had previously eloped. Her third marriage was contracted at the age of 46. The positions of Venus and Jupiter show the advantages arising from the several contracts, while the quadrature of the Moon and Neptune to these planets sufficiently indicates their evanescent nature and the reasons for their termination.
due to the influence of the planet Neptune in the House of Contracts are unfortunately too numerous to reproduce in detail, but the following is a typical instance. continue…
MULTIPLE MARRIAGES are not uncommon, and tend to become more frequent in proportion to the facilities afforded for the dissolution of existing marriage ties. To this extent adulteration is encouraged and familism destroyed, and both by natural and religious standards multiple marriages are condemned. It is of interest however, to observe that multiple marriages result from certain planetary positions at birth, or at least that these positions incline in that direction. Thus if the sign Gemini, Sagittarius, or Pisces is setting at the time of birth, and the Moon going to the aspect of several planets at the same time, and more especially if the Moon or the planets in aspect to her should be in the signs Cancer, Scorpio or Pisces, there is a marked probability of more than one marriage. continue…
THE MISOGYNIST or “woman hater” is an anomaly which life produces from a hard experience. Apart from the fact that there are certain people who ought not to marry, there are others who have no inclination to do so, and even evince a distinct repugnance to marriage. In this category I should not include the anchorite or monastic, who, though often driven to seek seclusion from women and the world by force of bitter experience of either or both, are yet otherwise compelled by a variety of causes to seek a haven of peace other than the domestic hearth.
This by-product of social life has always existed and probably always will exist until the last reform of the marriage laws shall have brought them into direct relations with the laws of heaven, or until a perfected humanity shall have become a law unto itself. But since the misogynist is existent, it is of interest to note certain conditions by which he can be detected from the horoscope of his birth. continue…
When Will You Marry?
by Rose Murray
(This article appeared originally as a guest article in Sydney Omarr’s Astrological Guide for You for 2001. I would like to share it with those who may have missed it the first time. Be sure also to see my latest guest article–“Your Lucky Stars for Wealth and Success”–in Sydney Omarr’s Astrological Guide for You in 2004, currently available in bookstores.)
| Astrological clients always get around to the question sooner or later. Sometimes with eager interest. Sometimes with an offhanded shrug as if it didn’t matter at all. At times in desperation.
The truth is if they are single, divorced or widowed–no matter what the age–the odds are pretty heavy a client will ask some version of the following question during a consultation with an astrologer:
TIMING OF MARRIAGE (indian methods)
When will you get married via Astrology?
In indian astrology marriage is seen from then 2nd, 7th and 11th house of a person’s horoscope. 2nd house represents your family life, 7th house shows your marriage prospects and 11th house shows your hopes & wishes. If your wish is to get married right now, then 11th house will show if your hopes-&-wishes will come true in your life. Now, depending upon your ascendant/your first house/your rising sign, we will be able to see which sign is ruing these three houses.