Planets and Houses in Mundane Astrology
The following is a quick reference to understand the planets and houses in Mundane astrology.
The planets symbolization is different in mundane astrology than it is for individual charts.
The houses you will recognize similarities between houses meanings in mundane charts and the house meanings for personal charts- although they are not duplicated.
The core meanings are below and will get you started in analyzing mundane charts. For more in-depth meanings a course in mundane astrology is recommended.
The Sun– Head of state.
The Moon– The people, public opinion.
Mercury– Communication and transportation. Younger people and teachers.
Venus– Arts, entertainment, younger women, glamour, financial spending.
Mars– War, military, police, militants, conflict.
Jupiter– Clergy, high courts, brings favor wherever it falls in the chart if well aspected.
Saturn– The elderly, mines, conservatism. Reduces advantage of the house it falls in.
Uranus- Technology, outer space programs, unruly events, wild changes in weather.
Neptune– Socialism and programs related to the well being of the less advantaged. Drug companies and drug problems in the population.
Pluto– Nuclear power, upheaval of governments, terrorism, lone terrorist attacks, mafia and drug lords.
First House _ The country and its citizens. Will represent the image and characteristics of the country and people.
Second House– Money, as in personal charts. Economy and ability to purchase.
Third House– Transportation and communications.
Fourth House– Housing, real estate, and living conditions.
Fifth House– Children, entertainment, lotteries, and gambling.
Sixth House– The workers of the country, labor, public health, medical services.
Seventh House– Foreign relations, war and peace, agreements, open enemies.
Eight House– National debt, mortality rates, insurance and social security.
Ninth House– Foreigners, universities, religious organizations, legal systems.
Tenth House– Corresponds to the ruler of the country, president, prime minister, the government and the leadership of the country.
Eleventh House– Allies of the country, institutions of the government such as local governments, senates, and other legislative bodies.
Twelfth House– Prisons, hospitals, spies, secret enemies, crime and criminals.