Absolutely Psychic Network - Astrology Report Analysis part 32

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The dates above mark the ending of a quiet, subjective

cycle. Saturn at that point finished its transit through

the 1st, most subjective quadrant of your child's chart.

(This may not apply for Newborns) The dates show when

Saturn entered the 4th house and the 2nd quadrant. The 4th

house is a one of the four ANGULAR houses. Angular houses

are action houses and point to the shifting of gears.

Saturn entering this house marked the beginning of a seven

year period of greater self-expression for your child. The

fourth house relates to the sign Cancer (see the wheel

called Houses in Childhood at the beginning of the

report) and deals with family life and security. The child

is now laying her foundation for later success. Family

support and harmony in the environment are strong plus

factors during this critical period. Changes in residence

could effect her deeply at this time, for better or for

worse. This is when the child must establish a strong

sense of self-worth. If she feels secure, she is likely to

become increasingly more confident and outgoing during the

next few years. She is apt to be more social, tending to

reach out more to others as this phase progresses. During

this phase, the child must learn self-discipline, creative

self-expression and good work, studying and eating habits.

Saturn's transit through the 2nd quadrant lasts six or

seven years.

The Elements, Modalities, and Angularity


Elements, modalities, and house quadrants. These are

all techniques used by astrologers to gain a general

picture of energy patterns and focus, temperament and modes

of action. How does your child's planets and houses total

up? Which does she have in abundance, and which does she

lack, if any? Those with high totals show what we can or

must do in life; plus points to be developed. These are

qualities we have. Wants are areas that may be weaker and

need developing or balance. Sometimes people overcompensate

the wants and even pretend to have them. The old adage

is: we become what we want (or lack), while we do what we

can (or have to do) with what we've got. Here are your

child's totals:

Your child's innate positivism lets her get right to

the point! She may have little patience with those who are

shilly-shally. She has plenty of enthusiasm and warms up to

things and people quickly. Your child has an inner

self-confidence which burns with its own light.

Your child may have trouble understanding those who

seem emotional or sentimental, yet her own practicality and

intellectual approach may attract just such types into her

life. She needs your guidance getting in touch with her

feelings, and acknowledging those of others. She may try to

balance her lack of empathy with logic and common sense. (A

strong Moon, Venus or Neptune by sign, aspects and/or house

position or a Water sign Ascendant could compensate.)

Your child is apt to be communicative, flexible,

mental, and other-oriented. She could be a natural teacher.

She could be restless, liking plenty of variety.

You may find that to enter whole-heartedly into any

venture, your child's feelings need to be stirred. Love,

ideals, and a strong sense of her own worth are vital to

her sense of well-being.

Your child could have difficulty getting outer

recognition for her efforts or accomplishments. This

doesn't mean they're worthless. It does mean she should

throw her efforts into work or ventures she really loves


Patterns; Inner and Outer Self


Here we are examining basic patterns, called

astrological configurations, within your child's charts.

These will reveal much about your child's basic attitude or

approach to life. The more one studies astrology, the more

it comes down to a basic understanding of these simple

patterns. The configurations can provide valuable

information as to the general direction of your child's

life, and her mode of action. It is particularly

interesting to note differences in comparing the

Heliocentric and Geocentric patterns. While Heliocentric

interpretations are still in an experimental stage, some

modern astrologers suggest that a comparison of these

patterns reveals the difference, if any, between our outer

personality (the way we appear to others) and our real

inner self; how are we, in fact, as people get to know us?

Not all people are as they seem.

Your child may not be what she appears to be. Her

personality, the way the world sees her, appears more

independent and outgoing than is the case when people get

to know her. An extroverted manner screens a more inward

and quiet-seeking self. In other words, she is much more

sensitive and concerned about what others think than meets

the eye. Although her outer personality may look tough and

self-centered, she is more sensitive to the needs and

feelings of others than she may let on. Whereas her

appearance and personality may bring her unwanted

attention, the real me prefers to stay out of the

limelight. Appearances aside, let's take a look at the real

or inner child.

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