Questions – Answers (12-11-21)

Question:  Q210501

The phrase “inner house” appears very frequently throughout the book.

I would like to be clear about the definition of this phrase.

Does “inner house” mean precisely the house where the Asc is located and there must be only one inner house?

What about “outer houses”?


     -Inner House Planets – are planets that originates from domiciles, ruling planets or hidden domicile that are predetermined by the houses.

    They have their own fixed houses even though they are not written down on the natal chart. Though they cannot be seen with our own eyes but they exist behind the scene and are hidden inside.

     -Outer House Planets – are planets that are written down on the natal chart starting from number 1 to 0.

       They are actual planets that can be seen with the eyes. They are written down during the calculation of the natal chart and the ascendant. ( Page 50 )

       In the textbooks will mention the “Inner house planets”, not the “inner house”.

       And the “Outer house planets”, not “outer houses”.

      The inner house planets have all 12 zodiac signs or 12 houses (12 Bhavas) (including the house where the Asc is located).

      Outer house planets – are planets that are written down on the natal chart starting from number 1 to 0.

      **Every planet that appears in the natal chart has 2 hats or that is to say 2 roles. Namely, inner house planet that appear as an outer house planet (hidden talents or internal factors, abstract) and a real outer house planet. (external factors, concrete)

       Therefore, when considering internal factors and external factors each planet has to be considered 2 times as follows:  ( Page 133)

Question:  Q210515

      I am now changing the minutes to compare the charts. 

     Are the numbers (circled in red) in the center important?

     Am I supposed to ignore them? 


The numbers mentioned are not important in forecasting.

But is the number that tells the sun ๑ (1) how many degrees has he entered that zodiac?

  It’s just a piece of information.  (Used to calculate the ascendant position, which requires advanced knowledge.)  

     Your case is that the Sun (๑) has entered Aries 24 degrees, 40 minutes.

     In this class you don’t need to pay attention to it.

     If the ascendant change position, everything could change.

Must try to change the time to other times to see the change.

     Change the time 1 hour or more, both add and subtract, and break down into minutes in many formats.

     The inspection of the ascendant is very important.  Must always act to be sure.

     The next is to verify whether the placement of your ascendant is accurate or not?      
     In the verification process of the ascendant placement, you mentioned in the book to use its relations with Mercury, Jupiter and Mars.

     Is it because these planets exhibit more obvious outward appearance such as being talkative, diligent (not idle), and support from superiors?

Question:  Q210515-2

     Is it correct that the black numbers and their positions will remain the same regardless of the placement of the ascendant?

     I’m re-reading some sections to deepen my understanding. I’m trying to understand the relations among #1, #2, #3 if there is any.

     Since my Asc doesn’t conjoin any planet except Ketu, does it mean my Tanu-lak has more weight/importance than my Asc?

     What role does Ketu play in this case?

     Does #2 apply to Tanu-lak?


     Tanu-lak is most important. 

     Asc is the starting symbol for counting houses or bhavas only.

     It doesn’t have any more meaning or significance.

     Ketu doesn’t mean much.

     Would be more meaningful only in the case of other planets.

     Your case with only one Ketu means that you do not have a well-expressed appearance.

     Only the ascendant is 100% effective. But it doesn’t mean anything one Ketu, even if more than that.

Question:  Q210515-3

     Again, I repeat that the ascendant has no significance in terms of meaning or prophecy by itself.

     Ascendant (Asc) is just a word to tell what zodiac sign is the starting point in counting houses (or Bhavas) only. 

(What is the sign of the ascendant (Asc =ล )?  Started counting that house (or Bhava) as Tanu house (or Tanu Bhava).

      Therefore, the ascendant and Tanu-lak cannot be compared to each other.

      If Tanu Bhava has the Sun (1) that is positive and conjoins with the ascendant or is Tanu-Lak, the native will have a strong horoscope according to the dignity of the planet.

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