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Aries Through the Houses in Astrology

This article explores the meaning of the zodiac sign Aries through each house in the birth chart. Written in short, fragmented sentences, this eBook 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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Confrontational. Aggressive. Rough. Gruff. Ruddy. Athletic. Masculine. Impatient. Grumpy. Irritable. Courageous. Authentic presence. Independent approach. Quick. Competitive. Argumentative. Bold. Forceful. Pushy. Naïve. The need to develop awareness of how actions affect others. Awareness of being a separate individual. Awareness of your own needs. Enthusiastic approach to life. Brusque manner. Looking pissed-off. Leading with the head. Bratty. Fighting for independence. Self-reliant. Grouchy. Headstrong. Arrogant. Completely self-centered point of view. “I’ll do it my way, thank you very much!” A fighter. A worldview that revolves around self-interest. A leader. A pioneer. The first to enter a room. Women who open their own doors. Macho men. Warriors. A direct and uncomplicated approach.

Selfish with personal possessions. Actively making a living. Making a living through sales, military, or sports careers. The entrepreneur. Impulsive spending. Earning a living through your own effort. Making a living by using the body (the athlete). Finding entirely new ways to make money. Competitive purchases. Bold purchases. Needing to be the first to have something. Financial independence. Reckless spending. Careless with money. Valuing independence. Naïve approach to finances. Risky purchases. Selfish values. Self-centered spending. Spending money on yourself. Collecting dangerous possessions. Valuing aggression and violence. Gun collector. Weapon collections. Martial arts build self-esteem. Earning a living through violent activities. Anger concerning money. Fighting for possessions. Hostile purchases. Fighting for financial independence. Fighting for survival. Uncompromising values. Courageously fighting for what you value in life. Financial leader.

Impatient communication. Fast-talker. Salesperson. Angry about elementary school experiences. Fighting with siblings. Sibling rivalry. Competing with neighbors. Gruff communication. A leader in the neighborhood. War stories. Courageous writing. Courageous speeches. Battle cries. Pioneering communication. Education pioneer. Active journal writer. Active blogger. Angry writer. Hostile communication. The first to pursue a particular style of writing. Enthusiastic communication. Race car driver. Daredevil motorcyclist. Stunt person. Writing angry letters. Competitive driver. Road rage. The mechanic. A mind for mechanics. Engineers. Quick mind. Actively taking short trips. Assertive communication. The mind of a competitor. The mind of a pioneer. The independent mind. The courageous thinker. The naïve mind. Motivational speaker. Brusque manner in everyday communication. Impatience in everyday interactions. Self-centered in relationship with siblings. Needing to be independent from your siblings. Independent learner. Most interested in your own thoughts. Abrupt communication. Active writers. Writing competition. Angry siblings. Leading through communication. Competitive writer.

An angry or violent parent. Competitive home life. Competing for real estate. The aggressive real estate agent. Competitive realtor. The house flipper. Wanting to live alone. A literal “pioneer.” Living somewhere that no one else has lived before. The first to live somewhere. The first to live in a particular style of house. The first to move into an up-and-coming neighborhood. Living independently. Living “off the grid.” Fighting with parents. Competing with parents. Daring real estate purchases. An active family. Leading the family. A competitive family. A family of athletes. Military family. A family of stunt people. A family of independent people. Needing private alone time. Independent at the core. Privately angry. Privately selfish. Independent parents. Selfish parents. Angry parents. Living in a fire station. Gaining independence from your parents. Hostile accumulation of real estate. Angry about your heritage. Fighting for your country. Fighting against your country. Fighting on behalf of your cultural heritage. Competing for your country. Innovative home building. Growing up in a violent household. Domestic violence. House on fire. Impatience with parents. Wanting to live alone. Liking to have sex in the comfort of your own home. Pioneering ideas about home, habitat and the way people live.

Active with your children. Competing with your children. Competitive children. Independent children. Angry children. Fighting on behalf of children. An active and competitive gamer. Liking violent video games. War games. War reenactments. Competitive sports. Getting aggression out through sports. Getting aggression out through video games. Turned on by games. Competitive hobbies and interests. Independent self-expression. Daring risk-taker. Active gambler. Fencing. Knife-throwing. Competitive gambling. Competitive poker player. Courageous self-expression. Dangerous sports. Attracted to dangerous, spontaneous, courageous, and confident people. Fighting with love interests. Fighting with children. Fighting for fun: boxing, martial arts, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Violent love affairs. Being turned-on by blood and violence. Welding as a hobby. Arsonists. Having fun blowing things up. Hunting. Pain is fun. Feeling attracted to aggressive people. Feeling attracted to trail-blazers. Attracted to competitive drivers, military personnel, sports enthusiasts, athletes, and dangerous people. Attracted to action heroes and heroines. Wanting an aggressive lover. Needing to win at games. A sore loser. Wanting to stay competitive in love. Being attracted to people wearing armor and carrying weapons. Play fighting. Love wrestling. A leader in the creative arts. A pioneer in the creative arts.

Working as a fire fighter. Fighting with co-workers. Competing with co-workers. Eating quickly. Angry about food and diet. Eating alone. A leader in health and medicine. Pioneering actions concerning food and diet. Inspiring people about food and diet. Athletic trainer. Sports medicine. Sports therapy. Fighting for workers’ rights. Creating your own job. Preferring to work alone. Competing with employees. Fighting with employees. New approaches to health and diet. Fighting on behalf of animals. Working with dangerous animals. Having a dangerous job. Fighting at work. Violent work place. Entirely new ways of eating. Naïve approach to food and diet. Naïve about work. Spontaneous and inspiring on the job. Courageous work. Risky work. Habitual violence. Hostile working conditions. Sports nutrition. Capacity for independent analysis. Independent views on health and nutrition. Aggressive views on health and nutrition. Pioneering views on health and nutrition. Pioneering views on working conditions (for better or worse). Arguing about food. Dangerous work. Working with explosives. Working with fire. Fire-eaters. Sword-swallowers. Eating dangerous food. Having dangerous pets. Pioneering self-analysis. Working independently. Sex work. Competitive eating. Liking hot and spicy food. Eating hot sauce. The first to try a new cuisine. The first to introduce a new way of preparing food. Migraines. Working in a dangerous environment.

Attracting an independent, courageous, and assertive partner. Selfish, self-centered, and violent partners. Angry or violent clients. An aggressive relationship with the public. Marrying an athlete. Marrying an independent man or woman. Needing independence in marriage. Marrying a dangerous person. Fighting with other people. Attracting argumentative people. Fighting with business partners. A marriage filled with fighting. Fighting in one-to-one relationships. Competing with your spouse. Viewing relationships as a competition. Needing to “one-up” everyone. The first to get married. Needing to “win” in relationships. Competing for the hand of the marriage partner. Needing to stay competitive against opponents. Liking aggressive and assertive people. Being viewed, by the general public, as sexy. Being viewed as argumentative and aggressive. Competing for public attention. Refusing to get married because of the need for independence. Having a strong say in a partnership. Aggressive opponents. Wanting a partner with masculine qualities. Equally independent partners. Equally aggressive partners. Equally courageous partners. Partners who are both leaders. Pioneering partners. Equally selfish partners.

This article explores the meaning of the zodiac sign Aries through each house in the birth chart. Written in short, fragmented sentences, this eBook 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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Independent philosophies. Philosophies that support a selfish viewpoint. Independent studies. Creating your own course of study and degree program. Traveling alone. Martial law. Independent publications. Self-published. New magazines and books. An aggressive publisher. Competing in publishing. Competing in higher education. Competing in law. Starting a new religion. The philosophies of martial arts. Martial arts as a way of life. Angry at religion. Fighting on behalf of religion. Fighting against religion. Believing in the necessity of violence. Believing in the power of anger. Self-created philosophy and religion. “I am god.” Publishing violent books and magazines. Finding meaning in violence. Finding meaning through self-assertion. Being independent from your teachers. Fitness philosophy. Fitness gurus. Sports as religion. Sports publications. Revering sports figures as gods. Pioneering new teachings. Starting new schools. Spontaneous long-distance travel. A philosophy of violence. Pioneering teacher. Seeking independence from religion. Violence in the name of religion. Military theory. Aggressive journalists. Journalists who cover foreign wars. Foreign sports. Selfish academic pursuits.

Having a reputation for being violent, aggressive, independent, and argumentative. A professional fighter. The action hero. A reputation for being single. Aggressive businessperson. A reputation for being naïve and childlike. A reputation for being physically fit, active, athletic, and interested in sports. A star athlete. Competitive in business. Fighting with the boss. The need to have your own business. Uncompromising in business. Fighting with Dad. Angry with Dad. Being known as a pioneer. Being known as the first to do something. Being known as a daredevil. Widely considered to be a dangerous or reckless person. Forging a new career path. A sex symbol. Known for doing it your own way. Widely considered to be self-centered. Sales careers. Widely known for an association with violence. Confidence in business. Aggressive business tactics. Hostile takeovers. The independent businesswoman/ businessman. Competing with Dad. Law enforcement. Aggressively ambitious. Selfish ambition. Finding authority within. Setting yourself up as an authority.

The ability to remain independent from the influences of friends. “I am my best friend.” Daring, dangerous, and innovative friends. Championing causes. Fighting on behalf of the masses. Fighting on behalf of friends. Fighting with friends. Fighting against friends. Fighting for ideals. Competing with friends. Fighting and competing with peers. Fighting with people who have the same interests. Group sports. Team sports. Fighting for the better good. Fighting off fans. Attracting aggressive friends and fans. Attracting competitive or dangerous friends. Being a member of a violent gang. Gang violence. Thugs. The mob. Attracting an angry mob. Selfish friends. Independent goals and dreams. Actively pursuing your goals and dreams. Friends who are into sports, martial arts, competitive driving, and being independent. Leading the group. Team leaders. Pioneering group efforts. Leading awareness of social causes. Being the leader of your friends. Leading an interest group. Being independent from your peers. Fight Club. Pioneering social reform.

Fighting on behalf of spiritual beliefs. Independent spirituality. Independent meditation. Unaware of the need to be self-reliant. Independent viewpoints attract secret enemies. Spiritual movement. Actively spiritual. Unaware of self-centered tendencies. Inability to acknowledge selfishness. Dreams of independence. Violent feelings at the subconscious level. The urge to gain independence from past karma. Violent dreams. Aggressive fantasies. Subconsciously attracting violent and dangerous people. Being unaware of getting into dangerous situations. Dreaming of being first. Dreaming of being a sports star. Dreaming of being an action hero. Feeling completely isolated. Independent spiritual retreats. Liking to sleep alone. Moving around a lot while sleeping. Active dreamers. Acting on dreams. Actively engaging the dream world. Angry about losses and sorrow. The fear of losing your independence. Unacknowledged anger. Unacknowledged courage. Secret weapons. Hidden military agendas. Starting a hospital or charity. Veterans’ hospitals. Inner toughness. Independently introspective. Bravely embracing the unknown. Having the courage to face inner demons.


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