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Aquarius Through the Houses in Astrology

This article explores the meaning of the zodiac sign Aquarius through each house in the birth chart. Written in short, fragmented sentences, this article embraces a loose, brainstorm-style of writing. Entertaining read for newbies and experienced astrologers alike. This article is included in the Signs Through the Houses astrology eBook.

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A unique, progressive, and visionary approach that keeps the interests of the collective in mind. Putting a unique twist on the same old thing. A fresh perspective. An awareness of your place in the larger collective. An awareness of belonging to the human race or, conversely, feeling like an alien. Social-consciousness. Erratic approach. Inconsistent involvement in your own life. Inventors. Taking an extreme viewpoint. The rebel. Obstinacy. Being a weirdo. Electric and exciting presence. Nervous presence. Behaving oddly for the sake of behaving oddly. Cool, logical approach. Unflappable under pressure. A hands-off approach to life. An intellectual approach. Inconsistent appearance. Eccentric appearance. Futuristic appearance. Inconsistent approach.

Sharing personal resources with friends and associates. An unconventional way of earning money. Owning futuristic and unusual things. The unconventional collector. Buying technology. Earning a living through science. Up and downs in personal finances. An unstable personal income. Earning a living by appealing to the masses. Talented in working with groups. Strong feelings about equal pay for equal work. Earning money through inventions. Valuing science and technology. Humanitarian values. Valuing personal freedom. Collecting electronics and technology. Collecting unusual things. Owning unique possessions. Valuing humanity at large. Valuing social awareness. Inconsistent self-esteem. Crazy values. Crazy possessions.

Erratic early education. Mind of the inventor. Thinking about the future. Experimental education. Precocious youngster. Unusual sibling relationships. Progressive early education. Genius. The mind of an astrologer. Basket-case. The mind of an insane person. Chaotic thoughts. An unusual way of communicating. Communication inventions. Unique way of speaking or writing. Quick mental connections, unique perceptions, and a different way of thinking about things. Standing out in elementary school. Being different from your siblings. The scientific mind. Erratic communication style. Brilliant flashes of insight. Unusual daily conversations and interactions.

Finding comfort in detachment. Needing personal space at home. A friendly home life. Living with friends. Living with groups. Living in a commune. Utopian home life. Having an alternate ‘home’ on the internet. Feeling that you came from another planet. Feeling secure in groups. Feeling secure in diverse collections of people. Unstable home life. Rooted in the collective. Experimental at the core. Feeling like an alien at home. Being at home with aliens. Being an illegal alien in the country you call “home.” A futuristic house. Unconventional real estate purchases. Living in strange places. Strange private life. Aloof parents. Aloof family. A family of eccentric people. A family of geniuses.

Treating children as friends. Treating children as equals. Diverse interests. Hobbies in science and technology. Bizarre and unusual interests. An inability to get personally involved with your children. Viewing children as peers. Having an aloof attitude toward children. Taking bizarre risks. Taking up the causes of children. Social reform on behalf of children. Crusading on behalf of your personal interests. Magnetic attraction. Needing excitement and unpredictability in romance. A love of gambling because of the unpredictability. A love of unpredictable sports. Strange love. Extreme sports. An unusual way of expressing love. Attracted to weirdoes. Attracted to geeks. Romantic involvements with geniuses and intellectuals. Experimental music, art, performance, dance, and other methods of self-expression. Being cool in romance. Shocking love affairs.

Extreme eating habits. Unusual ideas about food. Progressive views on diet. Wanting to change the way people eat. Erratic work performance. Need for excitement on the job. Treating employees as equals. Being friends with co-workers. Working with technology. Science jobs. Inconsistent daily habits. Astrology job. The working astrologer. Causes on behalf of small animals. Working at the animal shelter. Animal welfare. Progressive, inventive, and visionary approaches to health, diet, labor, and working conditions. Extreme opinions about hygiene. Erratic eating habits. Chaotic working conditions. Bizarre habits. Humanitarian jobs. Poor circulation. Varicose veins.

Open relationships. An eccentric partner. Married to a cause. Married to an astrologer, scientist, social reformer, or techie. Freedom in close relationships. Group marriage. Social reform through legislation. Humanitarian law. Eccentric business partners. Public relationships with astrologers, scientists, inventors, and social reformers. Bizarre clients. Astrology clients. Ups and downs in marriage and business. Married to a genius. Attracting geniuses and intellectuals. Marrying a friend. Marriage that seems more like friendship. Distance in one-on-one relationships. Treating significant others as “pals”, “buddies”, or “friends.” An equally strange partner. An equally rebellious partner.

This article explores the meaning of the zodiac sign Aquarius through each house in the birth chart. Written in short, fragmented sentences, this article embraces a loose, brainstorm-style of writing. Entertaining read for newbies and experienced astrologers alike. This article is included in the Signs Through the Houses astrology eBook . . .

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The meaning of life as defined by science. Science as a belief system. The metaphysics of groups. Believing in the existence of aliens. Group philosophy. Higher education in scientific fields. Astrology college. The possibilities of technology. The philosophy of your friends. A philosophy of social reform. Defining your philosophy of life by the causes you belong to. Extreme philosophies. The philosophy of astrology. An interest in far-out metaphysical ideas. Expanding horizons through progressive thinking. Humanitarian, Utopian, and socialist philosophies. The outer limits of the mind. Education reform. Scientific publications. Alternative education. Scientific theory. Scientific knowledge. Believing in astrology. Original theories. Unique understanding.

Working with groups and organizations. Progressive and visionary careers or businesses. Being friends with the boss. Working with technology. A science career. Working as a social reformer. Viewing authority figures as peers. A reputation for being unusual, bizarre, eccentric, or strange. Astrology career. Careers that haven’t been invented yet. Unusual business practices. Working on behalf of social reform. Making social reform the life’s work. Being known for your eccentricities. Being known for being exciting. Being known for being extreme. Liking to work with groups of people. A person who works in team building. Liking to work with technology. Internet technology careers. Being known for having an interest in extraterrestrial life. Being known as a friendly, yet aloof person. A detached approach to career matters. Being known for group involvements.

The desire to be part of a movement and to be involved in larger causes. Having a diverse group of friends. Weird friends. Friends who belong to movements and causes. Progressive groups. Sci-fi groups. Virtual friends. A fan of ideas and causes though doesn’t necessarily follow through. Following for following’s sake. Needing to belong to something greater. Group efforts for the community. Group efforts toward social reform. Associating with people who have similarly bizarre interests. Computer networking. The internet. Feeling a part of your generation. Intellectual friends.

Eccentricity, inflexibility, and coldness are the self-undoing. Self-transcendence through social reform. Spiritual awakening through group experiences. A lack of awareness about your social responsibility. Over-extending while seeking social reform. Progressive viewpoints attract secret enemies. Sacrificing yourself for social reform. Unusual meditation techniques. Bizarre transcendental experiences. Seeking extreme meditation states. An unusual relationship with spirituality. Strange spiritual beliefs. Extreme spiritual beliefs. Transcendence through group experience. Fear of aliens, and people who are different. Xenophobia. The fear of going insane. The fear of being perceived as strange. Insane asylum.


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