Ruler of the 9th House in Houses

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Ruler of the 9th house in the 1st house

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The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 1st house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and interactions with foreign cultures and belief systems serve the image, persona, behavior, mannerisms and appearance. Your broadmindedness is one of the first things people notice about you. Your desire for big experiences is one of the first things people notice about you. Your interest in other cultures, religions or belief systems is one of the first things people notice about you. Your level of education is one of the first things people notice about you. You are quick to tell people what you are studying and how many degrees you have. You are quick to mention where you went to school. The image you present is one of a person who is educated and well-traveled. Your interactions with people from different cultures impact the way you present yourself. You wear an Indian batik print skirt, African beaded necklaces and turquoise Zuni fetish jewelry at the same time. An interest in journalism is apparent. Your awareness of religious philosophy and metaphysics is apparent. Your belief system impacts your behavior and mannerisms. Your interest in religion influences your direction in life. The traveling you do influences your approach to life. People from other cultures have to adjust to your behavior and mannerisms. People who have a different religion or belief system have to adjust to your approach. Higher education plays a part in the way you present yourself. Your interest in metaphysics impacts the way you approach life.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 2nd house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 2nd house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems serve financial stability, defining personal values and accumulating possessions. Interactions with people of other cultures help you define your values. Traveling helps you define your values. Traveling is a survival need. Religion is a survival need. Higher education is a survival need. You bring your need for expansion to your need to make money. You continue to find bigger and better ways to make more money. You need to continuously expand your bank account. You bring your interactions with people of other cultures to your need to make money. Relationships with foreigners result in more personal income. Traveling is a way to earn money. Journalism can be a way to earn a living. Higher education can be a way to make money. Becoming a guru can be a way to make money. Your attitude to people of other cultures influences your basic survival needs. Your interest in religion can be a way to make money. Metaphysics can help pay the bills. Religion affects your self-esteem and self-worth. You view people of other cultures as possessions. Interacting with people of other cultures adds to your self-esteem. Traveling makes you feel physically secure. Foreign countries offer financial security. You find meaning through personal finance.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 3rd house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 3rd house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems serve communication, information gathering and everyday interactions. Traveling influences your communication style. You pick up an accent, you incorporate foreign words into everyday conversation and you talk about faraway places. Religion, philosophy and metaphysics influence your thinking. Your interest in religion compels you to start a blog. Your interest in foreign cultures comes out in your writing. You teach local people about your traveling experiences. You teach local people about your experiences in foreign countries. You bring your interest in journalism to the local community. You write for the local newspaper. You write a blog about psychedelics. You have siblings from other cultures or religious upbringings. You bring your need for expansion to your everyday interactions. You make mountains out of molehills. You take your ability to think abstractly and bring it down to a conversational level. You talk about big ideas in everyday conversation. Your write a travel blog. You expand through relationships with your siblings. Getting involved locally expands your horizons. You find meaning through writing and literature. You believe that foreigners should speak your language. You find meaning in the written word. You find meaning in language.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 4th house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 4th house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems serve emotional security, building a psychological foundation, familial relationships, roots and heritage. Traveling and communicating with people of other cultures influences your core psychological makeup. You bring people from other cultures home with you. Foreign people live with you. You become a journalist focusing on topics at home, in your own country. You explore your personal cultural heritage through journalism. You gain understanding about your personal cultural heritage by immersing yourself in other cultures. You experience the big issues like law, religion and culture in your own home. The law comes to your family. You come from a family of lawyers. Publishing comes home: you come from a family of publishers. Your family is broadminded. You travel to other countries with your family. Your family is religious or has a strong belief system. Religion is a family issue. Your attitude to people of other cultures influences how you behave in your own country. Traveling affects your emotional security. Traveling affects your family life. You find meaning in family and country. You believe that foreigners should adopt the customs of your country.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 5th house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 5th house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems serve creativity, personal self-expression, risk-taking, hobbies, romance and interactions with children. You consider people of other cultures to be potential romantic partners. Traveling is for leisure and pleasure. You like to take romantic getaways. You adopt children from other countries, or some of your children are from other countries (stepchildren for example). Traveling gives you opportunities for risk taking. Your interest in religion manifests through risky behavior. You bring your interest in religion to your work with children. You teach bible study. Publishing is a way to fulfill romantic inclinations: you publish romance novels. Higher education serves children: you run a school for gifted children. You perform in religious plays. You belief system indicates what type of theater, music, photography or dance you like. You perform in a religious music group. You enjoy the artistic expression of other cultures. Philosophy is a hobby. Studying religion and belief systems is a hobby. You interest n other cultures manifests by playing their sports. You bring a philosophical outlook to the way you raise your children. You find meaning through the creative arts. Art theory.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 6th house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 6th house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems serve the need to be healthy, be employed, have a routine and interact with animals. Your job involves traveling. You work as a travel agent. You work as a professor. You’re a priest. Religion is part of your everyday routine. You have a fitness philosophy. You have a diet or nutrition philosophy. People from different cultures or religions are part of your everyday working environment. Higher education is the working environment. You bring your experiences traveling abroad to your everyday job. Your personal belief system has to fit in with your relationship with animals. Your personal belief system revolves around your job. Your personal belief system revolves around health, diet and fitness. You become a fitness, diet or health guru. Your interest in higher education influences your everyday work. Your interest in publishing influences what kind of working environment you choose. The desire to travel influences what type of working environment you choose. You find meaning through work, daily habits, health and relationships with animals. Theories about the modern working world. Foreign people become your employees and coworkers. Office culture.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 7th house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 7th house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems serve cooperation, conflict, significant partnerships and negotiations. Foreign people are potential marriage partners. You bring a philosophical attitude to your significant relationships. You can be condescending to your partner. You have to adjust your personal beliefs to your partner. You bring your religious outlook to your marriage or relationship. Religion becomes an issue in marriage. Personal belief systems are an issue in marriage. Cultural background becomes an issue in marriage. You bring your need to travel to your marriage. You want a partner who has the same level of interest in traveling. You want a partner who shares your religion or culture. You want a partner who has the same level of education. You bring your need for expansive experiences to your significant relationships. You want a partner who will expand your horizons. You want a partner who has an open mind. You want a philosophical partner. Your attitude to foreigners affects the way you relate to people. Your religious outlook affects your ability to relate to people. You find meaning in your life through marriage and significant partnerships. You become a marriage of divorce lawyer. You become a business lawyer. Relationship philosophy. You marry or have a significant relationship with a foreigner.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 8th house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 8th house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems serve transformation, attitudes to life and death, other people’s resources, sex and the desire to dig deep. You travel to find an intensity of experience. Traveling offers opportunities to explore the taboo. You expand your horizons through sexual experiences. You find the meaning of life through sex. Your pursuit of the meaning of life leads you to embrace peak experiences. You take metaphysical experimentation to the edge. Orgasm feels like a journey. You bring your knowledge of the law to issues of life and death. Your belief system revolves around death, life, rebirth and transformation. You have strong feelings about assisted suicide, abortion and the death penalty. You like to visit cemeteries. Culture is a shared resource. You study the sexual practices of other cultures. Your higher education revolves around research and investigation. Archaeologists. Ancient astronaut theorists. Your religion supports your attitude to life and death. Your belief system adjusts to meet your emotional baggage. You travel to expand your interest in the occult. Your philosophy of life revolves around your interest in the occult. Your personal belief system supports your sexual inclinations. Your interest in the law leads you to be a tax lawyer or estate lawyer.  Theories about sex. Your interest in religion leads you to become a researcher.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 9th house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 9th house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems are an end unto themselves. You travel to expand your horizons. You become involved in metaphysics to expand your horizons. Learning about other cultures and their customs expands your outlook on life. Anthropologists. Seeking to learn more and more makes you feel expansive. You gain wisdom by traveling. You gain wisdom by learning about religion. You find meaning in higher education. You find meaning through philosophy. You find meaning by devising your own personal belief system. Your interest in religion or metaphysics leads you to become a guru. You become a cultural guru. You expand your horizons by  experimenting with the belief systems of other people. You live in foreign cultures to learn more about their customs. You become a missionary in a foreign country. You impose your religion or belief system on people of other cultures. You impose your customs on people with differing customs.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 10th house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 10th house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems serve our need to build a reputation, gain recognition for achievements and find a vocation. Publishing become your profession. You become a publisher because you like the status the profession gives. You become a corporate lawyer. You become a guru on corporate culture. You bring your personal belief system to your profession. Religion influences your professional decisions. An interest in metaphysics influences your choice of vocation. Interactions with people of other cultures play a part in the profession you choose. Traveling helps you become more widely known. Your personal belief system influences how widely known you become. You find meaning through your choice of vocation. You travel because it makes you seem important. You write about oil companies, rulers of nations and international crisis. Your religious views build your reputation. Journalism builds your reputation. Your education level builds your reputation. You apply your wisdom to gaining status and social standing. You receive awards and recognition for your academic achievements. You receive awards and recognition for your journalistic efforts. You expand your horizons through your choice of vocation.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 11th house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 11th house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems serve connecting with like-minded people, attitudes to social reform, long-term hopes and dreams, and gaining friends and fans. You bring your religion or personal belief system to the groups you get involved with. You join religious organizations. You start a social movement for modern vampires. You push for education reform. You push your religious agenda on the rest of society. You push for the acceptance of fringe religious movement. You join an association for journalists. You belong to an academic club. You’re a member of a cultural affairs committee. You find meaning through group involvement. You find meaning by being involved in social causes. You impose your personal beliefs on your friends. Your belief system has to adapt to your friendships. You find meaning in group experience. You explore metaphysical ideas in groups. Your interest in foreign culture leads you to make friends and acquaintances. Your interest in foreign cultures leads you to start social movements, for or against those people. Religion shapes your long term goals and dreams. Your capacity to become a guru determines how many fans and supporters you will gain.

Ruler of the 9th house in the 12th house

The activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 12th house. Expanding horizons, traveling, publishing, and exploring foreign cultures and belief systems 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. Traveling helps you release grief and sorrow. Religion helps you release grief and sorrow. You adopt a belief system that helps you cope with grief and loss. Religion is about spending time alone. You expand your horizons through meditation. Your religious beliefs lead you to perform charitable work. You personal belief system leads you to become involved with inmates, the institutionalized or hospitalized. Your interest in the cultures of other people leads you to work or volunteer at a museum. You are open-minded to ghosts and the paranormal. You reach expanded states through dreams. Being overly expansive can lead you to become spaced out. Being overly expansive can be the self-undoing. Your personal or religious beliefs can be the self-undoing. Your attitude to people of other cultures can be the self-undoing. Your attitude to religion influences your interest in dreams and the paranormal. Attitudes of intolerance can add to your karma. Fantasizing about religious martyrdom. Applying academic learning to spiritual pursuits.

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  • sadgeuk1

    I studied religion for my undergrad, and I'm studying religion as a postgrad now. : ) I don't think it'll be a source of income – either religion or higher ed – as I had hoped, but what I have learned through both definitely informs my values.

    You're very welcome, Michelle! Thanks for writing such an awesome blog! : )

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    That makes perfect sense!

    What did you study in college?

    Thank you for reading my blog sadgeuk1.

  • sadgeuk1

    Hey there Michelle,

    I just wanted to say that I love this series, and so far, so accurate! I noticed one thing from my own experience, that perhaps may apply to the ruler of the ninth in the second, as I have this placement: the way(s) that I make money need to align with my belief systems/philosophy and sense of ethics. (Gemini on the 9th, Mercury in the second).

    Keep up the great work, btw, I'm really enjoying your blog!

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  • Wg.

    Thanks 😀

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    I would compare them side by side at first, then overlay them in a synastry chart.

  • Wg.

    Michelle, can i ask you a question? I've been thinking i would like to compare Demi's chart to my own as we seem to have a lot of similarities to our charts, and i'm curious to know just how similar they are. Would i use a synastry (sp?) chart for that?

  • Wg.

    Well anyway, i think (lol) it's cleared up for me. 😀

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    Hm…I think it's too late for me to go back and change all the wording. I can see why you would think that. Chances are, if you were thinking it, other people were too.

  • Wg.

    I do understand that. I think i was confused about how you were writing it, as if the ruler of the 9th house served every house equally. I think i vaguely understand how my thinking was wrong.

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    I like to do these exercises as a way to free up my thinking about astrological associations. There's no limit to the way the signs/houses/aspects/rulers etc… can be combined.

    Thank you for reading my blog Antonia.

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    No…if you have Sagittarius on the 9th house cusp and Jupiter in the 6th house then you would read the section called Ruler of the 9th house in the 6th house. The planet that rules each house only serves the house where it is placed. So, your 9th house ruler, Jupiter, only serves the 6th house. Does that make it clearer?

    btw, thank you for reading my blog Wg. 😀

  • Antonia

    I love this series. I am new into astrology, but not too new, though… and I think this brainstorming you did is fabulous – it sort of made things that were quite foggy for me sit to their places. Although what you did is pretty simple, I found it very illuminating, so thanks a lot.

  • Wg.

    Hm, i'm not sure. I have Sag on my 9th cusp, and my Jupiter is in the 6th house. But i noticed for your article above, and i think in all previous articles, you always start out each (house) paragraph with that same line. But maybe we are talking about the same thing. Like i said, could i read it the same as, “The activities of the 9th as they serve the 12th house, or as they serve the 1st house,” or whichever one.

  • http://astrofix.net/ Michelle

    It depends where your 9th house ruler is. For example: if you have Gemini on the 9th house cusp and Mercury is in the 11th house, then the activities of the 9th house serve the agenda of the 11th house. Does that make sense?

  • Wg.

    I'm a bit confused Michelle. So the activities of the 9th serve the agenda of every house? Or should i take that to mean the activities of the 9th As they serve every house?

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