External factor : Outer house planets
The meanings of the inner house planets have abstract meanings.
On the other hand, outer house planets have concrete meanings or represent real matters which will be called “external factors” such as:-
-houses, lands, stocks, lotteries, liquors, finance, transport, farming, hard works, hard labors, adults, priests, ranks, positions, the native’s figure, organs, minerals, demeanors etc.
– As already mentioned that all 8 planets that are in the natal chart will have 2 roles each. These roles are namely inner house planets and ruling planets from other houses that appear this particular house.
Aside from being representation of the native hidden talents as mentioned, there is another role that they fulfill namely, outer house planets that are in this particular house.
For this role, each planet acts as external factors that will affect the native if they are related to the ascendant. (according to the percentage of conjunction, opposition etc.)
On the contrary, they will not affect the native in case they are not related to the ascendant.
See the following examples.
– Jupiter (5) has Exaltation dignity and is in a house which makes it related to the ascendant.
External factors that are concrete for Jupiter are as follows: adults, priests and teachers.
In this case external factors that affect the native is the favour and support from the seniors.
(Exaltation – have a lot of power, detriment/debilitation – have little power but will be helpful when necessary which can be beneficial sometimes)
( If conjoined with the ascendant it will be more beneficial, in opposition is 80 %, in sextile is 60%, in trine is 50%)
If it is not in the Bhava that is related to the ascendant, it means that the seniors are powerful but do not favour the native.
Another possibility is that they would like to help but are unable to and it is therefore not favourable for the native.
The native could not rely on them and has to help him/herself a lot. Even though Jupiter (5) is Tanu-Sed it only implies the native’s behaviours.
It will not make the seniors become favourable.
– Saturn (7) has Maha Chakra dignity and is in a house that is related to the ascendant.
External factors that are concrete are as follows: lands, houses, farming, hard works and hard labours.
This makes it favourable for the ascendant in the terms of lands, farming and hard labours to invest resources into.
(Saturn is positive and has Maha Chakra implies quickness and unconventional way)
On the contrary, when Saturn is negative these investments are still doable since the native might be good at it.
However, the more resources invested the more loss it will be.
– In case Saturn is not related to the ascendant it imply es that the native has no proficiency in these things.
No matter how positive Saturn is it will not be prosperous as it should be despite how skilled the native is.
– Saturn (7) is detriment in Vinashana Bhava and the Sun (1) is detriment in Ari Bhava and also in opposition.
In this case the dignity of the planets will turn out to be domicile.
Therefore both of the planets will be interpreted as external factors that are concrete accordingly as:
Originally Saturn (7) is negative (detriment) which implies no ownership of house and land etc. or there are some but they are not productive.
Later on (might be after half lifespan) more will be in the ownership or they will be more productive. (domicile)
However, they will eventually be lost. (Saturn in Vinashana) Then the planet that represents the native has to be considered further whether it is strong or not + the financial planet is positive or not.
In case the financial planet is positive it implies that these properties will be turn into profitable money.
If the financial planet is negative it implies that these properties will be lost. (Vinashana)
Actually, the Sun (1) also has the same principles. Each step has to be considered accordingly but Ari Bhava would only imply disfavor.
(According to these examples, they only concern external factors while hidden talents are another story.)