Ruler of the 7th House in Houses

Ruler of the 7th house in the 1st house

native american/ Indian elderly man and womanThe activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 1st house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships, and negotiations serve the image, persona, behavior, mannerisms and appearance. You choose a partner who enhances your appearance. You want a partner who likes you for the way you look. Your partner reinforces your image of yourself.Your open enemies have an effect your image. You create an image to reflect, or deflect, your enemies. Your projections onto other people have an influence over how you present yourself. The way you cooperate or cause conflict is one of the first things people notice about you. The need for a partner is one of the first things people notice about you. Your attitude to contracts and negotiations is one of the first things people notice about you. Business partnerships influence the mask you wear. Business partners encourage the image you have of yourself. Open enemies and partners have to contend with the mask you wear and the image you present. Partners have to bend to your behavior and mannerisms. Negotiations and contracts serve your appearance and approach to life. Partners have a big effect on your attitude to life. You have a diplomatic approach to life. You act like the devil’s advocate. You use relationships to build a persona. Your understanding of fairness influences your behavior and mannerisms.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 2nd house

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 2nd house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations serve financial stability, defining personal values and accumulating possessions. We choose a partner who enhances our physical security. We want a partner who contributes to our personal income. The partner needs to adjust to our spending and earning habits. The partner needs to fit into our attitude toward physical things. The way we cooperate or cause conflict has an effect on our personal income. Our capacity for negotiation and diplomacy can be a way to earn money. Partners have to bend to fit our self-worth and self-esteem issues. Open enemies affect our self-esteem and self-worth. Open enemies affect our personal income. Negotiations and contracts serve our personal income. Partners serve our personal income. We use our capacity for diplomacy to make a living. We use our capacity for significant relationships to build financial security. We want a partner who can make us financially secure. We enter business relationships to add to our personal income. We sign contracts that bring money. We sign contracts for possessions and ownership. Marriage partners influence what we own. Business partners must agree with our way of spending and earning money. Business and marriage partners must agree on the things we want to own. Partners encourage us to build our personal wealth. We’re married to our money and our stuff.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 3rd house

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 3rd house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations serve communicating and gathering information. We choose a partner we can talk to and who listens. We want our significant partner to be mentally alert and conversational. We want a partner who will listen to what we have to say and who takes an interest in our everyday relationships. The partner needs to adjust to our communication and learning style. The partner needs to fit into our local connections. The way we cooperate or cause conflict has an effect on the way we communicate. We use our capacity for negotiation and diplomacy through writing, speaking, teaching and other forms of communication. Open enemies affect our ability to think. Negotiations and contracts revolve around communications, siblings and our local relationships. Significant relationships affect our writing. We write a blog about relationships. We bring up our significant partner is everyday conversation. Business relationships revolve around communications, teaching and writing. Marriage partners influence what we have to say. Business partners must agree with our way of interacting with people on an everyday basis. Partners encourage us to communicate. We’re married to our siblings.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 4th house

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 4th house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations serve emotional security, building a psychological foundation, familial relationships, roots and heritage. We choose a partner who will fit into our family. We want a partner with whom we can make a home and start a family. Our partner contributes to our sense of home. The partner needs to bend to our culture and heritage. The partner needs to adjust to our attitude toward home, family and roots. The way we cooperate or cause conflict has an effect on our family relationships. Our capacity for negotiation and diplomacy serves our family or culture. We practice family law. Partners have to bend to fit our need for private time. We have open enemies at home. We are open enemies with people in our family. Significant others help give us a sense of roots. We build a sense of family with our significant other. Being tactful and diplomatic is part of the core of who we are. Significant relationships build our foundation. We find business partners among family members. We choose a partner who feels like family. Partners encourage us to put down roots. We’re married to our family.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 5th house

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 5th house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations serve creativity, personal self-expression, risk-taking, hobbies, romance and interactions with children. We choose a partner who romantic and playful. We want to be with someone who brings us pleasure and fun. Partners support our creative self-expression. Partners help us with artistic projects. We want to get married so we can have children. Business relationships revolve around art, music, dance, sports and theater. Business partners become lovers. Business partnerships are creative and expressive. We sign contracts and negotiations involving art, music, dance, theater and sports. The partner needs to fit into our need to pursue hobbies and pleasure. The partner needs to fit into our attitude toward romance and children. The way we cooperate or cause conflict has an effect on our relationship with our children. We choose a childish partner. Our capacity for negotiation and diplomacy helps or hinders our creative process. Open enemies affect our self-expression. We find open enemies while engaging in creative pursuits. Partners have to adjust to our need for risk taking. Partners encourage us to gamble and take risks. We negotiate art and music contracts. We marry for love. We’re married to our children.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 6th house

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 6th house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations serve the need to be healthy, be employed, have a routine and interact with animals. We choose a partner who will fit into our daily routine and activities. We choose a partner who has the same job that we do. We choose a partner who has the same interest in animals that we do. We choose a partner who has an equal interest (or lack of) in health, diet and fitness. Partners have health issues. Business relationships impact our health. Negotiations and contracts revolve around health, diet and fitness. Negotiations and contracts revolve around animals. Negotiations and contracts revolve around work, labor, employees and coworkers. We bring our attitude to marriage to our work. Business relationships revolve around animals, diet and fitness and daily routines. Marriage partners become coworkers or employees. Partners have to adjust to our relationships with our pets. The way we cooperate or cause conflict has an effect on our daily work relationships. We choose a partner who likes routine. We’re married to our job.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 7th house

 

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 7th house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations are an end unto themselves. We choose partners with whom we can go into business. Marriage partners are business partners, business partners are marriage partners. We want to be with someone who is cooperative. We want a partner who is a good negotiator. Partners can become open enemies. We fight with our partner openly. We have strong feelings or opinions about the contractual nature of marriage. Marriage is nothing but a piece of paper. Marriage is nothing but a contract. Marriage is binding. The relationship isn’t real unless we get married. Business partners have to sign contracts. We like contracts because they are fair and unbiased. We treat marriage like a negotiation. Our attitude to significant others is as if they are a business partner. The partner needs to be willing negotiate and cooperate with us. We marry a lawyer. We become a law partner. We negotiate with open enemies.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 8th house

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 8th house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations serve attitudes to life and death, other people’s resources, sex and the desire to dig deep. We choose a partner who provokes emotional confrontations and emotional highs and lows. We want to be with someone who can handle our emotional baggage. Partners have to adjust to our financial debt. Partners add to our financial debt. We want to get married so we can share mutual financial resources. Getting married brings us up against our attitude to life and death. Business partnerships revolve around shared resources, taxes, estates, inheritances, insurance and death. Business partnerships are intense. Marriage partners have to fit into our need to explore the occult and the taboo. Contracts and negotiations revolved around death, taxes, estates, shared resources and inheritances. The way we cooperate or cause conflict has an effect on our potential inheritance. The way we cooperate with others determines how much we owe. We choose an intense partner. We choose a partner who is interested in taboo sexual practices. We choose a partner for the sex. Open enemies have a say in our inheritances and our debt. We married to our secrets.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 9th house

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 9th house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations serve the need to expand our horizons, travel, and explore foreign cultures and philosophies. We choose a partner who will travel with us. We find our significant partner in a foreign country. Our partner has to fit in with our culture. We want to be with someone who likes to discuss philosophical topics. We want to be with someone who supports our need to travel. Partners help us expand our horizons. Marriage is an adventure. Business relationships revolve around travel, publishing, journalism, religion, philosophy, belief systems and culture. Business partners share our religion or belief system. Business and marriage partners are philosophical and broad-minded. We bring our attitude toward marriage to our understanding of religion and philosophy. We express our ideas about marriage through our religious and cultural beliefs. We sign contracts and negotiations involving publishing, higher education and travel. Foreign diplomats. Higher education negotiations. Religious law. Cultural laws. Marriage philosophy. Relationship gurus. We marry a foreign diplomat. We marry a journalist. Our open enemies are people from other cultural or religious backgrounds. Our open enemies are from other countries. We’re married to our religion.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 10th house

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 10th house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations serve our need to build a reputation, gain recognition for achievements and finding a vocation. We choose a partner who will help our career and reputation. We want a partner who will boost our visibility in the public eye. We want a partner who has ambition. We want a partner who will help us find our place in the world. Partners support our professional goals. Partners help us achieve status. We want to get married so we can be seen as having achieved a significant relationship. We want our marriage or business partnership to be widely recognized. We make business relationships with other professionals. Business partnerships help us achieve authority. The partner needs to fit in around our professional life. The way we cooperate or cause conflict has an effect on our reputation and status. We choose an authoritative, established partner. Our capacity for negotiation and diplomacy helps or hinders our achievement in the world. We’re married to our reputation. We marry a trophy wife.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 11th house

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 11th house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations serve connecting with like-minded people, attitudes to social reform, long-term hopes and dreams, and gaining friends and fans. We choose a partner who is also a friend. We choose a partner who shares a passion for social reform. We choose a partner who shares our long-term goals and dreams. We find our significant partner through the groups and clubs we belong to. We find our marriage partner over the internet. Our partner has to fit in with our friends and groups. We want to be with someone who likes to be social yet gives us independence. We want to be with someone who supports our causes. We want our partner to be our biggest fan. Marriage can feel more like a friendship than a love relationship. Business relationships revolve clubs, groups, causes and mutual interests. Business partners are among our greatest fans. Business partners share our interests. Business partners are friends. We bring our capacity for negotiation to our involvement with groups, causes and social reform. We take up causes that involve marriage rights. We sign contracts and negotiations involving unions and guilds. We’re married to a cause.

Ruler of the 7th house in the 12th house

The activities of the 7th house serve the agenda of the 12th house. Cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations serve the need to release grief and sorrow, spend time alone, melt into formless bliss, escape from reality and become aware of our own self-undoing. We choose a partner who contributes to our ability to escape from reality. We choose a partner who makes us aware of the ways we sabotage ourselves. We choose a partner who respects our need to spend time alone. We want a partner who seems ethereal or elusive. We want a partner who is spiritual and otherworldly. The partner likes to meditate. The partner does dream work. Partners support our forays into the paranormal. Business relationships can be our self-undoing. Contracts can be our self-undoing. The desire for marriage can be our self-undoing. Marriage partners might reinforce our bad habits. Marriage makes us aware of our bad habits. Open enemies appear in dreams. Marriage partners come to us through dreams. Marriage partners are ghosts. Marriage partners cause us grief and sorrow. Open enemies are ghosts. We argue in our sleep. We’re married to sleep.

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19 Responses to “Ruler of the 7th House in Houses”

  1. foi1 says:

    Greetings! I have translated your article into Russian and have published in the blog. http://it-karma.ru/posts/13 the reference to the original has inserted:) in the bottom of page. I too use whole signs house system. You perfectly write! Very much it is pleasant to me, especially your brainstormings!

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  2. Michelle says:

    Thank you foi1:D

    It's so impressive to see the article in Russian- I wish I could read it!

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  3. Michelle says:

    Thank you foi1:D

    It's so impressive to see the article in Russian- I wish I could read it!

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  4. Michele Craciun says:

    I’ve the ruler of the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th in the 7th House. XD And i’m still without a partner. o.O
    that’s curios.
    All the ruler planets are take like domicile planets of course.
    my 3rd house an my 8th house are respectively Taurus and Balance, so their domicile it’s always Venus.

    There’s a guinnes astrology world record? XD

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    • Michelle says:

      Try looking at your chart using the whole sign house system; it’s a good choice for charts that have so many small houses. Whole signs will put each sign on one house. Which house system are you using right now?

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    • Astrobie says:

      One can not predict instantly by just seeing that so and so planets are in 7th house and you are still married. there are lots of other things should be considered to predict the whole thing. Like which planet is transiting ? are the planet present in the 7th house are friends or enemy ?

      As i can see the friends and enemies both are present in your 7th house… some are forcing to marry your while others not….. 

      in such cases who will dominate will win. For such cases person need some astro remedies to overcome such situation… that what astrology for.

      Hope this will make things clear.

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      • Michelle says:

        The 7th house … life partners and enemies, the house of marriage and divorce.

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  5. Bob says:

    quite interesting as i delve further into personal dynamics.
     
    and timely, as i’ve been looking at 7th house dynamics, given pluto’s relatively recent pass over my descendant. (i have saturn at 24 cap, 7th.) that one went pretty much by the book, too, as i got a going-away speech from my former “partner” that had plenty to do, on deep level, with shirking some responsibility and and taking her for granted. not holding up my end of the unwritten contract. (i think that pluto squaring her mars added a little oomph to her version but most of the darts were close to the bullseye.)
     
    i do have, i think, a particular “thing” for professional(ish) women. and i do think it has a lot to do on a core level with issues about responsibility. being responsible. mature. level-headed. pragmatic. NOT prone to over-emotionalism and flying off the handle. and yes, an equal partner. someone who has her OWN interests too (which might be about the “other” bringing something like “assets” to the partnership).
     
    and much of this, i feel, has a lot to do with being raised by a (single) mother who was the exact opposite when i was a child and young man. someone out of control, chaotic, unpredictable, a wild card, a potential train wreck. when i smell drama of that variety – and i can, a mile away – i am a comet in the other direction.
     
    i have to say, too, that i do remember being a young man and my eye being often caught by older women in dress suits and such. women going to work in an office. a woman with a shingle of some kind. a woman who likely would pay her bills on time and manage the loose ends well. et cetera. that’s a thumbnail sketch of a larger picture i know you can fill in on your own; you understand the dynamic (better than i do, likely).
     
    i mean, there’s a lot there and i’m just beginning to explore as pluto begins the excavation of my seventh house. (i’m already feeling it in aspect to my moon/pluto, 3rd.)  and to be honest – more pluto – i’m facing up to the fact that i’ve been lazy and on a basic level selfish when it comes to aspects of my partnership. 
     
    something i found written by Adrian Duncan regarding pluto on the descendant went right to the heart of it. i add it here in the context of your take on partnership.
     
    With Capricorn on the Descendant you prefer to be the softy, whilst your partner often has to bear the responsibility for structuring your life. Pluto on the Descendant shatters this comfortable arrangement, and you have to grow up fast. Those you have endowed with the authority to rule you become more demonic, and you are forced to assume control. This is a drawn-out drama which is exhausting psychologically, but ultimately the tables are turned as you eliminate the power others have over you. You are responsible for yourself alone.”
     
    thanks, michelle, again. insightful and helpful.

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    • Michelle says:

      Thank you, Bob. I thoroughly enjoyed reading your story of Pluto’s transit over your descendant. Considering I went through Uranus transiting my descendant only a few years ago, I truly empathize with your experience. Mine was a textbook transit as well. I also enjoyed reading this because my boyfriend has the opposite axis – Cap rising, Cancer descending – so I did a little flip-flop of your experience in my mind. Pluto hasn’t crossed his ascendant – yet.

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  6. Astrobie says:

    Nice! So basically seventh house represents your partner and now where ever the ruler of 7th house sit… your partner will look like and work like that hosted house.

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    • Michelle says:

      Mm…maybe. The 7th house serves a particular area of life, shown by the placement of the 7th house ruler. 

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  7. Cibal says:

    Thank you for this post. It is one of the clearest definitions I have seen yet.

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    • Michelle says:

      Thank you for reading, Cibal.

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  8. abz says:

    Hi Mich,

    I am pleased to read this article. Thanks to you!
    Among planetary placements in my natal chart, this 7th house ruler being in 9th house is the one I like most. And I like the idea of finding a significant partner in a foreign place. Excited I am for this!

    Let me share that I have a Cancer Desendant while the Moon, its ruler, resides in Libra 9th house. Thus I have Moon in Libra. And IMHO, it seems I would be needing a protective partnership for the realization of 9th-house-related matters.
    But may anyone else here help me understand more what the configuration signifies?

    I hope you can write an artcle concerning this configuration.
    Best regards,
    Abz

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    • AstroFix says:

      Thus I have Moon in Libra. And IMHO, it seems I would be needing a protective partnership for the realization of 9th-house-related matters.

      That’s a great interpretation, Abz.

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