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The natural "intentions" of the planets

24 September 2010 / 12:09:15  GRReporter
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In the previous article we discussed the planets. Now I'll describe in brief the natural signification of each planet.

Actually, I will clarify a little the issue of signification. Because anyone who has just experienced all these things - the natural environment, ruling of houses, meaning of houses, and now natural signification - will surely get confused.

The western astrology uses the term "natural significator”. It has the following meaning: each planet is associated with certain things in life naturally and by default. This is "to do, to act, to create, the individual or the thing that causes, gives effect, leads to results; to have the intention to do things.” When you say that Jupiter is a natural significator for children this means that this is the planet that has a natural and innate desire/function to "produce" them,  "bring" them to man.

Each planet is a natural significator of many things. Ultimately, life is too diverse and it has whatnot. I will explain only the essentials as there will be confusion for sure. I will mention the rest when this is related to the specifics of the topic of the various articles. It hardly makes sense to burden you with this diversity and to tell you what colours each planet rules, what foods, human senses, body parts, types of occupation, directions, locations, etc.


Endowing with life, it is significator of physical state - what and how much vital energy a man has.

Significator of the ego; the father and the persons of prestige; the spirit; the professional status; the fame, power, titles

Significator of the instinctive mind, the emotional mind and the feeling of internal comfort, happiness; the mother; the popularity and social skills


Significator of speech, memory, learning; traveling (not of vehicles); business; career in terms of what "sells" us best; friends and relatives


Significator of accidents; enemies; what is the active power and how it occurs; siblings


Significator of vehicles; intimate partner; marriage and romantic relationships; pleasures; loved ones; beauty and charm.

I would like to pay particular attention especially to Venus. And this is love. All astrological texts say that "Venus is the Goddess of Love." This is true. But to clarify – this applies to human love that is more of a passion directed at satisfying the desires of the body.


Significator of wealth, benefits; property; children; education; learning; teachers, meaning the people we are learning from; internal morale; luck; freedom


Significator of property; illness; troubles, difficulties; life expectancy; losses, costs; people that serve us.

Saturn as a restricting and concentrating planet is significator of science in general, as it indicates activities that are done alone, single activities in seclusion. Although the modern western astrology accepts that Uranus rules Astrology as knowledge, the ancients associated it primarily with Saturn and Mercury.

Rahul (North Lunar node) - anything related to abroad; long trips; borders crossing; breaking taboos; unexpected stuff
Ketu (South Lunar node) – freedom; breaking off; separation

Uranus – freedom; independence; sudden unexpected things; anarchy; chaos

Neptune – idealism; lack/blurring of boundaries; illusion; intuition

Pluto – transformation; metamorphosis, transformation

You'll notice that there is overlap in the meaning of houses and the things the planets are responsible for by nature. And this is natural. Maybe you will ask yourself what is this natural signification for?

When analyzing a topic, there are three main reference points:

1. The specific house is being considered - are there any planets in it and what are they by natural status. The house is the one that "gives birth" to things. If we make a simple analogy, the house is the land we crop. If the soil is good, the whole process of "birth" is going smoothly.

2. The ruler of the specific house - which is the planet; what is its nature; with which other planets it interacts. The ruler shows what is the activity, what is the energy, the productivity and longevity of what the house has “born”.

3. The planet as a natural significator of a given topic. This is the cause. Having in mind the analogy I use, this is the seed we sow. The situation of this planet – position, aspects - will show us whether there are seeds to be sown.

The natural significations of the planets are used most actively in connection with living beings whose significators they represent. It is actually an omission in western astrology - how analysis in terms of living and inanimate entities differ. In other words, the fifth house defines a lot of things, one of which relates to living beings such as children. Others relate to inanimate things - creativity, talent, luck, places of entertainment.

If a natural significator stays at the house that also defines this same topic, this is considered unfavourable for living creatures.

I will return to the example I used in the previous articles - Jupiter - to clarify exactly what I mean. Let us assume that we want to know something about the children of a man.

First, we are interested in the 5th house. Jupiter stays in it. It has an aspect from Saturn.

Secondly, we are interested in the ruler of the 5th house - this is Jupiter.

Thirdly, we are interested in the planet, which is responsible for children by natural signification - it is Jupiter again.

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