Astrology 101: Empty Houses (Part 2)

So in our last post, we looked at empty Houses – that is, Houses in a chart that have no Planets in them. Some simple math will show you that there’s actually no way to not have at least a couple of empty Houses in a chart: even if you prefer a more modern approach … More Astrology 101: Empty Houses (Part 2)

Astrology 101: Empty Houses (Part 1)

So now we’ve looked at what the Houses are in Astrology: what they look like in a chart in pictorial form (pie-slices!), and what kinds of information they can reveal about the life of the chart-holder. As we’ve seen, while the Planets tell us about what we do in life, and the Signs describe how … More Astrology 101: Empty Houses (Part 1)

Astrology 101: Planetary Orbital Periods

As any astronomer will tell you, Astronomy and Astrology are not interchangeable concepts. Astronomy is the study of the physical universe on the celestial scale – it deals with space, and all of the bits of matter that populate it. Astrology, to contrast the two, takes the stuff of Astronomy, and uses it as a … More Astrology 101: Planetary Orbital Periods