Mars in Eleventh House

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MarsMars: If Mars happens to be in this place, then it shows those who befriend warriors, athletes or the police, or those who come into contact with such individuals often. If dignified and in sect then it stands to reason that you have much sway with this type of crowd. This is a particularly good position for generals or commanders in the military as they will have the good respect and morale of the troops. Napoleon was an example of this placement, though the chart was diurnal. According to Paulus: "...it brings into existence many good things, and will make those wo are deemed worthy of honor by the masses and those who are known because they rise above". [62] "Those who rise above" is probably a reference to those who overcome their enemies. However, if Mars is afflicted or the chart is diurnal, according to Paulus: " ...it shows reduction of life, loss of things, changes of place and accidents...". [63] While Napoleon was noted for the dirunal 11th house Mars in Virgo (military strategist), there is often a different outcome for eminent nativities, where the negative possibilities do not manifest. The danger with eminent nativities though is that if they do manifest, the downfall is usually drastic, as in Napoleon exiled to Waterloo. For most of us Mars ruling this place, or present here shows a tendency towards few friends, as Mars basic energy is often felt or misunderstood as hatred. Mars is excessively hot and dry by nature, so the interaction will tend to get heated (and active), and dryness by nature separates and makes distinctions. This is not exactly a reaction that will cause others to draw near. In the case of acquisition, it shows those who go after what they want forcefully, and if the lots of theft or treachery, or their lords are here then it may show acquisition by unlawful means.


Notes:

57. Paulus Alexandrinus, Hellenistic astrology Introductory Matters 378 A.D. © 1993 Robert Schmidt, through Project Hindsight, Published by The Golden Hind Press. See pg. 58. Schmidt now calls the "divinity" spirit instead.
58. Ibid.
59. Vettius Valens. Anthology, Bk II, Part 1. aprox. 160 A.D. © 1994 Robert Schmidt, through Project Hindsight, Published by The Golden Hind Press. See pg. 11.
60. My overall opinion.
61. Paulus Alexandrinus. Introductory Matters 378 A.D. © 1993 Robert Schmidt, through Project Hindsight, Published by The Golden Hind Press. See pg. 59.
62. Ibid.
63. Ibid.
64. Ibid.
65. Ibid.
66. Robert Hand said this at the 2nd PHASE Conclave in July 1995.
67. Vettius Valens. Anthology, Bk IV. aprox. 160 A.D. © 1994 Robert Schmidt, through Project Hindsight, Published by The Golden Hind Press. Valens says that the genethlialogical pivots with regard to fortune are more potent than the cosmological pivots.
68. Paulus Alexandrinus. Introductory Matters 378 A.D. © 1993 Robert Schmidt, through Project Hindsight, Published by The Golden Hind Press. See pg. 59.
69. Ibid.
70. Ibid.






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