Derivative house

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In astrology, a derivative house describes the affairs of a house as they relate to another individual. Each house in the horoscope as a specific rulership, such as the second house relating to the native's money. Every house in the horoscope also relates to a specific person known to the native, such as the fourth house referring to a parent. Therefore, if each house refers to a person known to the native and each house governs a specific area of the house, the derivative house governs the specific area of a person known to the querent.

Some house rulerships are as follows:

  • The first house relates to the native's facial appearance, mannerisms, and persona, survival tactics, beginnings.
  • The second house relates to the native's attitude to personal money, movable property, material values.
  • The third house relates to the native's primary education, neighbourhood, siblings, everyday contacts, trips, peers.
  • The fourth house relates to the native's home life, security, nurturance issues, heredity, later life conditions, resting place.
  • The fifth house relates to the native's holidays, romances, creativity,procreativity, leisure, including performing arts, children.
  • The sixth house relates to the native's everyday duties, bread and butter work,rituals and services for clothing, shelter and food.
  • The seventh house relates to the native's personal one to one encounters,long term and committed contracted partners, lower court legalities.
  • The eighth house relates to the native's sex life, shared monies and assets, taxes, life death issues, rebirth, hidden realms, secrets.
  • The ninth house relates to the native's higher education, ethics, morality, philosophies, foreign contacts. Universal truth and judiciary,
  • The tenth house relates to the native's career, goals, public reputation, attitude to authority, parental figure, bosses.
  • The eleventh house relates to the native's hopes and wishes, group endeavours, sciences and technologies, human rights.
  • The twelfth house relates to the native's karmic issues, neuroses, spirituality, hidden enemies, institutions, retreat.

The people found in each house of the horoscope are as follows: (Horary)

  • The first house is the querent.
  • The second house is someone who has control over the native's money or possessions, such as a bank manager or even a boss.
  • The third house relates to a neighbour, peer group friend, school friend, or a sibling, printer, salesperson, teacher.
  • The fourth house relates to a family member, and quite often is the mother, realtor, genealogist.
  • The fifth house relates to someone who the native romances, is attracted to, child or those who they educate, playmate.
  • The sixth house relates to a colleague, aunt or uncle, shop assistant, cafe owner or worker, hotelier, veterinarian, herbalist.
  • The seventh house relates to a partner, mate, close friend, or open adversary. Counsellor, doctor, consultant, solicitor.
  • The eighth house is a tax, insurance agent, funeral director,estate executor, clairvoyant, sexual partner, person involved in crisis.
  • The ninth house refers to a theologian, teacher, a mentor, guru, fellow traveller, foreign contact, professor, judge, publisher.
  • The tenth house refers to an employer, an authority figure, politician, authoritarian parent, boss, image consultant.
  • The eleventh house refers to the native's group associates, technician, scientist, union member, human rights lobbyist.
  • The twelfth house refers to hospital and, prison workers, secret enemies, clergy, drug counsellor or supplier.

Once the house governings and the people in the horoscope are known, it is only a relatively easy process to determine the Derivative house governships. As an example, the native's marital partner would be seen as the seventh house of the native's horoscope:

  • The seventh house is the native's partner's first house and personality..
  • The eighth house is the native's partner's second house and relates to partner's money.
  • The ninth house is the native's partner's third house and relates to partner's neighbours, school mates, siblings and peers.
  • The tenth house is the native's partner's fourth house and relates to partner's heredity, home life and nurturance. i.e. mother in law.
  • The eleventh house is the native's partner's fifth house and relates to that which is partner loves, their children, i.e. your stepchildren, pleasures and leisure activities.
  • The twelfth house is the native's partner's sixth house and relates to his partner's work environment, dietary issues, clothing, housing.
  • The first house is the native's partner's mate and is therefore how the partner sees you.
  • The second house is the native's partner's eighth house and relates to that which the native shares with partner, including sex, assets.
  • The third house is the native's partner's ninth house and relates to the partner's long distance travels, ethics, philosophies, faith.
  • The fourth house is the native's partner's tenth house and relates to the partner's career, public status and father figure, boss, landlord.
  • The fifth house is the native's partner's eleventh house and relates to the partner's group associates, such as clubs and societies.
  • The sixth house relates to the native's partner's twelfth house and relates to the partner's troubles, karmic issues, neuroses and self undoing also secret enemies.

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