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Leaving the Third House

Since tomorrow is Wordless Wednesday, and I am not certain I will have a chance to post on Thursday, we will be wrapping up our visit in the Third House today. Obviously, there is lots more we could have discussed.  But I have, I hope, touched on some of the highlights – childhood education, learning, and how we organize who we are internally, in order to communicate to the world.

In April, we’ll take a stroll through the Fourth House: the area that deals with hearth and home, the influence of our parents, our childhood, inner security and deep-rooted influences.  This should be pretty interesting, since no one ever has issues about any of that, do they?

Meantime, I also want to add a quick reminder that tomorrow, Mercury goes retrograde.  Double check your travel plans, avoid signing any contracts or commitments, and back up all your data!  I have a feeling that this one is going to be a doozy!

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  • March 30, 2011, 8:40 am Maria

    Dang. I leave for France tomorrow night! YIKES! I guess the good news here is that when Mercury goes retro, I have a hard time talking and making myself understood — at least for the first 10 days of it I can blame the language barrier! 🙂

  • March 31, 2011, 10:47 am Arie

    I have read somewhere that you can divide the early stages of human development by 7.
    From age 0 to 7.
    From 7 to 14.
    From 14 to 21.

  • March 31, 2011, 3:09 pm Regina

    Arie, that’s very true – it’s related to the movement of Saturn. Saturn is the time-keeper and brings maturity.

    After roughly the first 7 years of life, Saturn is in a square aspect to where it was when you were born. Then in about another 7, it’s in opposition, then another 7 years and another square, then around the age of 28 to 30, it’s back to where it was (the Saturn return). Each of these stages marks a development in a person’s maturity and levels of responsibility in life.

    It’s actually very cool when you look at the big picture of Saturn’s movements. He’s not called Father Time for nothing! 🙂

  • April 1, 2011, 8:04 am Beth

    Regina! Thank you for explaining that! I never got it before; very cool!