* Introduction *
The following lesson concerns the influence of each planet as they pass through each house of the zodiac. It is important to realize that this influence will vary directly with the aspects formed to the other planets. You must also consider the nature of the sign occupying the cusp of each house. We use a very simple, yet very complete method of delineating this influence and you will be instructed in it in a future lesson. For now, just make sure that you understand the basic influences.
PLANETS IN THE FIRST HOUSE
The Sun in the First House
When the Sun is posited in the ascendant it is always helpful, as it intensifies the vitality and the more constructive attributes of the House. It will bring some joy to the native and afford him a radiant nature. It indicates good health, a strong constitution and a happy childhood.
The Sun here accentuates the positive aspects of the Sign which is on the cusp of the ascendant and points to a generally successful life, both spiritually and materialistically. The native will command respect from his peers and his prestige will be greatly enhanced through his personal efforts. He has strong powers of resistance to adverse circumstances and people.
Moon in the First House
This position of the Moon intensifies the emotional side of the native. The native will tend to be very sensitive and timid. He will always be ready for a change, no matter what it might concern. He must learn to overcome his timidity if he is to enjoy any success with the public.
The Moon in the Ascendant position strengthens the dualistic side of the native. It stresses the personality and its changeability. It increases the prospects for travel and consequently brings more variety into life. The Moon here intensifies the influence of the domestic ties, however this seldom interferes with the personal capacity to initiate change.
Mercury in the First House
Mercury in the Ascendant augments the powers for the expression of thoughts and ideas. It is mostly a favorable position for the intellectual side of the native. It signifies a great deal of travel and a strong desire to communicate the different experiences resulting from that travel.
Ideas will come more quickly and spontaneously to the native and the nature of these ideas will correspond with the Sign on the cusp of the First House.
He must be careful of restlessness and changeability, as these will hinder the direction of his thoughts and ideas.
Venus in the First House
Venus in the Ascendant position strengthens the companionship qualities and the native will find it easier to enter into friendships and associations. He will possess a cheerful nature and have a marked capacity for artistic expression.
He has a kind nature and a natural desire for the beauty and harmony, which ideally should surround him. His happy disposition will see him through many of his problems.
Mars in the First House
This position of Mars enhances the energy of the native, sometimes denoting extra physical strength and considerable courage. He must be careful however, for it can sometimes induce impulsive temper. The tendency to take should always be avoided.
The native will be very self-assertive and have a boisterous nature. He prides himself in his physical strength and courageous attitude. A great deal of enthusiasm and optimism will be generated by the native in a given situation.
Jupiter in the First House
This locality of Jupiter is always fortunate. Jupiter is the planet of luck and when it is posited in the Ascendant house it will bring many helpful conditions to the native. Even during the problem periods, Jupiter will protect the main interests in life.
It enhances the factor of optimism and provides the native with a cheerful disposition. He has a confident aura about him when dealing with the problems of life. He can very effectively calculate the future result of his present actions.
Saturn in the First House
This locality of Saturn tends to depress the native and bring a bad reaction to his health or well being. Of course, this will depend on the nature of the Sign on the cusp.
Saturn here aids the thoughtful planning and cautious side of the nature, but it also brings restrictions and delays. The native may continually procrastinate and a sense of fear may result.
There is an ability to overcome these shortcomings with constructive forethought and reflection. He must utilize these powers effectively.
Uranus in the First House
This position of Uranus bestows originality of thought and action on the native and it strengthens the independence of his nature. It indicates a certain degree of mental brilliance and scholarship. He has an original outlook on life. He has the capacity to make quick decisions and to carry these into action immediately. There is an indication that he will be attracted to the studies of the occult.
It shows that there will be sudden changes in life and that certain of these will not he pleasant. The nature of the Sign on the Cusp will define these changes.
Neptune in the First House
Neptune posited in the First House will enhance the capacity to use the power of suggestion, both orally and mentally. It increases the natural idealism of the nature, but not always in a practical manner. The native should never take the surface appearance of affairs too much for granted, but should always think twice before reaching decisions or taking action.
It shows that the native has strong tendencies towards drinking, smoking and low morals. A certain amount of deception is present in his very nature.
Pluto in the First House
This position of Pluto is peculiar because the native's life will seem to fluctuate between bliss and depression. Certain interests and association can be completely destroyed or annihilated. The native must be able to recreate new ideas, plans and incentives or he will remain in his depressed state.
Pluto here inclines to periods of personal loneliness. At times it will bring personal activities to a halt and prevent desired developments. The native must search for strength of character when Pluto is posited in his first House because he will need it.
Sun in the Second House
When the Sun is posited in the Second House, ii indicates that the native will have relative success in financial endeavors. He will also have a basic generous nature. The position indicates that benefit or recognition of effort and ability will come from people in authoritative and influential positions. Money will be gained through proper assertion of authority and the holding of important positions. Respect from others will be forthcoming and the prestige of the native will be enhanced.
Moon in the Second House
The Moon here indicates that the native's income will continually fluctuate and his expenditures will do likewise. Thus, when the Moon is here the personal handling of money matters will be of great importance to the long term outcome of financial affairs. Much will depend, as always, on the aspects the Moon makes. If they are reasonably good then there will be tremendous gain through personal initiative and common sense control, but if the lunar aspects are bad then extravagance is possible and there will be difficulties regarding income.
Mercury in the Second House
Mercury, posited here, indicates that the native's financial interests will be related to his mental, intellectual, and literary pursuits. He may very well make his money through one of these interests. This position naturally increases the capacity for the general handling of the financial affairs of life. The thoughts and aspirations of the native will be directed towards the financial aspects of life. This house position of the Mercury strengthens the powers of concentration and memory.
Venus in the Second House
When Venus is in the Second House the feminine influence matters concerning the feminine side of life will have a direct reaction on the native's financial status. If Venus is well aspected, this influence will be beneficial. However, if it is badly aspected the influence will be detrimental.
There is an indication that the native will desire the material aspects of life. Usually undue extravagance is not indicated.
Mars in the Second House
Mars in the Second House denotes the capacity and ability to earn money through the continual, personal hard effort of the native. Mars invariably indicates that the native will be inclined toward risks, henceforth some monetary gain will come through speculation.
Although the native is inclined towards hard work, his expenditure will always be heavy and it will never be easy for him to refrain from the inclination to spend freely.
Jupiter in the Second House
Jupiter in the Second House will bring the native a considerable degree of luck and good fortune as far as his financial interests go. Of course, if Jupiter is badly aspected misfortune and loss will be prominent.
The native will have a highly sympathetic nature. He has a benevolent disposition and demonstrates excellent judgement in his monetary affairs.
This position demonstrates that the native's personal financial matters will be quite satisfactory, despite the usual fluctuations which life brings.
Saturn in the Second House
As usual, Saturn brings it's periods of worry and delay. When posited in the Second House it indicates that the native will experience much anxiety over his financial obligations and responsibilities. This position implies difficulties as far as the development of financial plans are concerned. The native must learn to allow more time for his plans to develop and mature. He must cultivate his quality of patience and endure initial financial setbacks and delays.
Uranus in the Second House
Uranus in the Second House signifies unexpected conditions concerning the native's financial status. He will experience periods of sudden gain and sudden loss. These periods, depend on the planetary aspects formed with Uranus. Much will also depend on the House in which the planets making the aspects are posited.
Benefits and losses here will come from unexpected developments and change of circumstances. Losses can occur as a result of breach of contract, such as partnerships or marriages.
Neptune in the Second House
Neptune signifies that the native will have a strong urge to make money easily and quickly and, as a result, he must he very careful that this urge does not interfere with his sense of discrimination between right and wrong. In other words, if things are not going smoothly for the native temptation of crime and dishonesty may be too great for him to ignore. The prospect of easy money will always attract the native and he must be very careful that it does not ruin his or his family's lives.
Pluto in the Second House
This position of Pluto is similar in many respects to that of Neptune in the Second House. There is an intensification of the native's drive for money and if his anticipations are realized things will go very smoothly. Yet when his high expectations are not realized or fulfilled the native, can become very disillusioned with life. It is at times like this that, once again, the dishonest underhanded side of life will become very attractive. If he should submit to these desires, it will invariably ruin his life.
Sun in the Third House
When the Sun is in the Third House it increases the desire for certain forms of luxury travel in the hope that people in influential positions may be contacted. The studies and intellectual interests will be much more of a dramatic big business nature then purely for intellectual advancement.
The Sun here affords the native a magnanimous mind with a great deal of pride and ambition. He is firm and selfreliant in all mental pursuits and is always aiming at success.
Moon in the Third House
The Moon posited in the Third House indicates a considerable amount of travel. The kind of travel will be decided by the nature of the native's personal activities, inclinations and occupation.
Concerning studies, the sign of the cusp here will indicate the personal preference. The position naturally increases the imaginative powers and it also augments the capacity for the assimilation of knowledge. The position increases the number of relatives and places in many varied positions in life.
Mercury in the Third House
When Mercury is posited in the Third House the desire for travel and variety is greatly increased. It indicates both domestic and inter-continental travel. The native has the potential to take up several different areas of studies, as his interests are varied. He should be careful here though, as sometimes, he will tend to gain only a superficial knowledge of each subject and nothing significant will be learned.
It is a very good position for Mercury because Mercury is the ruler of the Third House and the influence will be harmonious.
Venus in the Third House
This is an excellent position for matters concerning the native's relatives and neighbors. The relationships here will most definitely be of a harmonious nature. There is an indication that the native has a strong capacity for studies related to art and literature, as well as professional writing, lecturing and oratory. The desire for travel is intensified and this position is normally good for short distance travel. There are congenial conditions in connection with travel and traveling companions. The kind of travel will correspond with the Sign in the Cusp.
Mars in the Third House
When Mars is in this House it increases the desire for travel but it also increases the liability towards accidents while traveling. The adventurous nature of the native will put him in dangerous situations which are often caused by his taking of unwise risks. Accidents in a car or if he owns a plane or boat are indicated.
He will be attracted to studies of a mechanical nature. He is attracted towards the building industry and he has a flare for explosives.
Jupiter in the Third House
Jupiter is the planet of long journey, so when Jupiter is posited in the Third House the desire for travel is increased and the travel will be of a long-distance nature. The desire for exploration and adventure will also be very strong. Jupiter here affords the native a mental cheerfulness and a basic nature of optimism. The Third House aids the mental assimilation and Jupiter therein is very helpful for studies, writings and literary interests.
It indicates that the native will find invaluable help through different agencies and other people he is associated with.
Saturn in the Third House
When Saturn is posited in the Third House it intensifies the power of forethought and concentration. With bad aspects it can cause severe mental depression. Matters concerning relatives and neighbors will, at times, cause unrest and worry. The circumstances surrounding the domestic situation can bring undesired responsibility through the unwise actions of the relatives.
Saturn tends to limit traveling or confine it to interests concerning the occupation. There is an indication of danger when operating an automobile and caution should be employed here.
Uranus in the Third House
When Uranus is in the Third House there will be a strong desire for travel of a strange, exciting, perhaps experimental nature, especially in connection with aviation and where scientific investigation plays a part. The number of relatives will vary and contact with them will be subject to sudden breaks and changes.
There is a distinct attraction towards studies and interests of an astrological, occult, and scientific nature. If these interests are approached maturely, the native can broaden his mental outlook upon life.
Neptune in the Third House
This position inevitably will bring the native a good deal of short distance travel. Some care will always be necessary concerning traveling companions and people encountered as a result of the journeys undertaken. If the native is not careful either his confidence may suffer or a loss through fraud or dishonesty may occur.
Pluto in the Third House
When Pluto is posited in this House it indicates that the native is attracted to travel of an unusual nature. There is some indication that he will go underground for part of his life and work with people of ill-repute. He will be attracted to studies involving evolution. He will have peculiar experience with his relatives.
The character of the native here will be extremely ingenious, penetrative and forceful.
Sun in the Fourth House
The Sun in the Fourth House intensifies all the matters concerning the domestic side of the native's life, whether they are bad or good. He will become more deeply involved in important matters concerning his family. The Sun here assists the native in matters concerning his property and it's welfare.
The Sun here demonstrates the alternate outcome of previous efforts and how they can effect the latter years of life. This position should enable the native to maintain his vitality and energy during these later years of his life.
Moon in the Fourth House
When the Moon is in the Fourth House it indicates that the native will be strongly bonded with his mother. He will feel very close to her and hold her in high esteem. The home ties, in general, are very important to the native and he has an intense desire to have his domestic life comfortable, peaceful and tranquil. When this does not happen, he can become very emotionally depressed.
The position indicates that the latter part of life will be very important to the native and that he will be very active up until his death.
Mercury in the Fourth House
When Mercury is in the Fourth House the powers of imagination are intensified and the native will also have a strong mind. The direction of the domestic affairs and the actions of others in the environment will effect the prevailing line of thought. When there is harmony in the domestic affairs then the native will have a comfortable mental outlook. He will make substantial progress in the general handling of affairs of both a private and a business nature. However, disharmony on the home front will cause him endless troubles.
Venus in the Fourth House
This is a good position for Venus as it will bring harmony and peace to the native's family life. He can expect to gain monetarily and socially through domestic and family affairs. It affords the native the capacity for making the home a center from which to regulate external affairs. Benefits arc derived in various ways through other members of the family, particularly the female members.
There is ample opportunity available to the native to create a harmonious marital life.
Mars in the Fourth House
This is not a good position for Mars, as it will tend to cause the native some turmoil and strife as far as the domestic scene goes. Trouble will occur at times with, or through the parents, particularly if one of them is highly excitable or of a high strung nature. At the same time, despite the friction, there will be a desire for home comforts and for having the home as a base from which to direct external affairs. The native will have to use discretion and patience if he is to blend his home life with his ideals.
Jupiter in the Fourth House
Jupiter is well placed in the Fourth House and it usually brings family surroundings of a congenial nature, showing that benefit will come through the parents and other members of the family. The native will also derive some benefit through the actions, influence and support of certain people who either play some part in the family or whom circumstances bring into the family.
As long as there are no bad aspects to Jupiter, the last part of the native's life will bring many benefits and the material and financial side of affairs will be good.
Saturn in the Fourth House
When Saturn is in this House there is an indication of family life problems being hard. Difficulties or restrictions will operate during the early part of life, followed by family responsibilities, sometimes of an arduous nature as life progresses. Duties towards the parents may even interfere with marriage. If marriage does take place, home life will not be too happy because of work and financial problems. The end of the native's life will not be too happy either, as it will also bring it's quota of trials and tribulations.
Uranus in the Fourth House
When Uranus is in the Fourth House sudden unexpected changes will tend to disrupt the family life. At one point, all will be going fine and there will be an aura of tranquility, then without warning turmoil will set in. Even in childhood sudden severe changes may occur, sometimes through the separation, divorce or death of the parents. Later in life residential changes will be compelled by circumstances. The end of life will bring even further sudden upsets.
Neptune in the Fourth House
When Neptune is posited in the Fourth House it indicates that the domestic side of the native's life will be clouded by some peculiar or mysterious conditions. Past events affecting parents or other members of the family may be covered by a degree of secrecy and it is also possible for incidents to do with the personal life to occur which one may not desire to be made public. However, sometimes this Planet gives an interest in psychic matters and this will have an influence on how the native will deal with the domestic side of his nature.
Pluto in the Fourth House
Pluto in the Fourth House indicates very unusual domestic and environmental conditions. It is a position which indicates that the native may be an orphan or he may lose his parents very early in life through a natural calamity. There is also an indication that the parents may very well perish through some form of violence.
Pluto in the Fourth House inevitably causes a breaking up of the domestic side of the native's life. This breakup will come either in the early or middle stages of his life and it may happen more than once.
PLANETS IN THE FIFTH HOUSE
Sun in the Fifth House
The Sun in the Fifth House is a good position and it invariably will assist in the forming of favorable attachments. It indicates male offspring will be predominate as a rule. It is an excellent position for artistic pursuits, especially for acting and is usually helpful for both speculation and investment.
In early life the desire for children will be strong. In middle life and in old age the interests and general welfare of young people will be foremost in the native's mind. He will sometimes find himself with a position which deals directly with helping young people spiritually and materialistically.
Moon in the Fifth House
When the Moon is in the Fifth House it intensifies the emotions and it is conducive to love affairs and flirtations. However a lot will depend upon the Sign on the House cusp. It indicates female offspring will be predominate as a rule. It indicates that the native has potential artistic ability which can become highly developed with the proper training. The position indicates that the native possesses many aspects of good judgement regarding investments, but as far as speculation goes the native should use extreme caution. The enterprising side of the native's nature will be quite apparent and if taken advantage of many benefits will follow. In love affairs, however discretion is advisable and the emotional side of the nature should not be permitted to get out of control.
Mercury in the Fifth House
This position affords the native an optimistic mental outlook with the capacity for blending intellectual matters with those of an artistic and educational nature. The native can assimilate knowledge with relative ease and then pass it on to others in the form of teaching and instruction for adults as well as children. In many respects, this position provides the native with a natural psychological understanding of children, their temperaments, likes and dislikes. It also affords the talent to make quick appraisals of their character and future possibilities.
This locality of Mercury indicates quite a variety of love affairs and attachments and this can cause a duplication of associations with the subsequent emotional difficulties.
Venus in the Fifth House
This is a good position for Venus as it gives strength and vitally to the native's depth of affection. The desire for love and companionship is strong, but if not properly controlled it can he productive of very unpleasant conditions. It is favorable to produce female children and is especially favorable for artistic interests. It indicates gain through speculation and investment if wisely handled. The artistic side of the nature is enhanced and there is usually a strong attraction towards acting and the theater arts. Some interest can also be taken in educational matters as well as those of a social, and pleasurable character.
Mars in the Fifth House
When Mars is in the Fifth House it intensifies the inclination towards flirtation. The passionate side of the nature will not be easy to keep under control. The position can be productive of some trouble and difficulty showing sudden attachments, discords and breaks. Sometimes it indicates the birth of children out of wedlock. It favors the birth of male children who will sometimes cause problems. Mars here is favorable for the pursuit of sculpture. There is an indication that the native will have a strong attraction to gambling and if he is not careful this will cause him many problems in life. There is a tendency to speculate in investments and careful analysis should be made in this area.
Jupiter in the Fifth House
Jupiter is well placed in this House and it's radiations are mainly favorable. It assists the native in the formation of helpful love attachments and will bring benefit through them. It indicates that in some instances love affairs can originate through interests of a religious or sporting nature. It denotes a good influence over children and it indicates chiefly male children. It's also a good influence for speculation and investment, signifying many benefits providing reasonable judgement is applied.
There is a definite indication of considerable gain through speculation and investment.
Saturn in the Fifth House
Saturn in the Fifth House indicates difficulty in love affairs and it interferes in the forming of friendship associations. More often then not, these problems will originate through a personal difficulty of the native to express himself freely. Because of this difficulty, delays and awkward circumstances will surround the native. Saturn here restricts the family circle and a small family is depicted. Difficulty in the rearing of children is indicated here, but the native can rise above his problems and have a successful life. It is not a good position for speculation, but it does show a very good capacity for investment.
Uranus in the Fifth House
Uranus in the Fifth House intensifies the desire for romance and it denotes more than one love affair surrounded by sudden upheavals. It indicates a flirtatious nature and the native would do well to use discrimination. It is not a good position for children, as it shows anxieties connected with actual birth as well as their subsequent interests. Indication are they can be of either sex. From an artistic standpoint, it is good for theatrical, radio and literary interests. In speculation it shows unexpected gains through various sweepstakes types of gambling but the stock market.
Neptune in the Fifth House
When Neptune is posited in the Fifth House there is an inclination to participating in secret love affairs. Through such affairs, the native will gain some pleasure, although it can also cause some strife and unhappiness. There will be a trend towards deceit. It signifies a fairly large family with a predominance of female children.
The artistic side of the native is enhanced and there will be a great deal of capacity for acting and singing. Speculation and investment will require some thought, as there is a distinct danger of loss due to the intrigue and deception of others. The personal inclination to take risks, or even to become involved in deals of a shady nature is indicated.
Pluto in the Fifth House
When Pluto is in the Fifth House it has a peculiar influence over the native's love nature. There is a strong desire for love, however this is tempered by fickleness thereby bringing disappointment and unhappiness. The native will learn that he should not place too much trust in the promises of others. It is not such a good influence for children, as the position sometimes denies them or causes miscarriage or deformity. It is somewhat helpful for artistic matters and it gives an excellent capacity for the expression of emotion.
PLANETS IN THE SIXTH HOUSE
Sun in the Sixth House
This is a good position for the Sun, as it will strengthen the vital forces and aid in the formation of defenses against illnesses. This position aids the native in his daily work and indicates ascension to a responsible position. There is a respect for authority, particularly where industrial and economic interests are involved.
In regards to health, the nature of the Sixth House limits the vital forces of the Sun, but the Sun affords the native the power to be careful and to safeguard himself against the dangers of illness.
Moon in the Sixth House
When the Moon is posited in the Sixth House the native will pay considerable personal attention to daily activities. His routine work will be of vital importance to him. If the native can take advantage of his natural capacities of personal ingenuity, tact and the ability to handle people, he will make substantial and rewarding progress in his work. However, if he does not take advantage of his natural talents, he will experience a deterioration in his affairs. Much of the Moon's influence here will depend on the nature of the Sign on the Sixth House Cusp.
Mercury in the Sixth House
The planet Mercury in the Sixth House increases the susceptibility to nervous disorders and to ailments caused by worry and anxiety or as a result of travel. The native will have to use extreme care in pursuit of his studies because of his tendency to overdo things. In relation to the native's work, it creates restlessness where the occupation proves to be of a very routine nature. It shows that there must always be a degree of variety for work to be done well and interest maintained.
The position intensifies the power of discrimination and perception. It also gives the native a keen sense of criticism along with a psychological understanding of industrial and economic conditions.
Venus in the Sixth House
When the planet Venus is in the Sixth House, although it is a helpful position in some ways, it can bring blooddisorders, infections of the throat, ears, and kidneys. As far as work goes however, this position is mainly favorable. It brings cooperation and further progress as long as there is harmony with others in the sphere of the work. Routine and output will suffer if there is any discord present. The native will derive many benefits through feminine influence and the cooperation of the female population.
Mars in the Sixth House
When Mars is posited in the Sixth House it exercises an exciting influence that may not be too good for health. It can show a liability to fevers, accidents, and danger associated with the work that is done. Although the position affords the native the capacity to work hard and is good for mechanical and kindred activities, it brings discord and friction. He will derive some degree of benefit through the masculine influence and the cooperation of men. Some financial loss is indicated by ill health or accident. It is not a good position for servants or employees, as it brings arguments and disputes with them, and at times, a degree of rebellion actually occurs.
Jupiter in the Sixth House
When Jupiter is in the Sixth House it brings sizable amount of benefit in matters concerning health, work, and employees. This position assists the recuperative powers so far as health is concerned, although there are times when it can bring on conditions of ill health through unwise habits. From the viewpoint of work, it helps to bring varied benefits while it shows that servants or employees, or even ordinary business collegues or employees will be willing to help and to work with the native for the general good. The underlying element of luck and protection will express itself in a very marked manner from time to time.
Saturn in the Sixth House
When Saturn is in the Sixth House the position emphasizes the liability to colds, chills, accidents involving falling or things falling on the native. There is also a tendency toward industrial disease. It brings arduous conditions of work, many difficulties, worries and anxieties, even though it shows the efficiency and capacity to carry out duties and responsibilities.
Saturn will tend to weaken the recuperative powers of the native, especially during the early part of life.
Uranus in the Sixth House
Uranus in the Sixth House brings a liability to accidents and illness through sudden events. It upsets the nerves and the general balance of the body and it can bring many unexpected ailments. It shows many sudden and unexpected changes concerning the occupation. Sometimes it denotes a sudden loss of work or an experiencing of unexpected setbacks. Alternatively it can also bring unexpected advancement and improvements. The position is excellent for the intellectual pursuits of matters of a scientific nature.
There will always be an element of difficulty connected with business collegues or employees, and there will be a need for some form of independent action. This position sometimes indicates work and activities concerning the astrological and occult sides of life.
Neptune in the Sixth House
When the planet Neptune is posited in the Sixth House there will be a distinct liability to ptomaine and other forms of poisoning of the systems. This locality of Neptune warns against the over-use of drugs. The native is very attracted to drugs, smoking, and alcohol and he must learn to cope with this attraction otherwise it will cause him immeasurable problems. Care will be required in smoking and with alcohol, and where anesthetics are concerned. In the sphere of work there will be trouble at times through dishonesty or deception of others and through certain forms of intrigue. Personal confidences should never be given to those in the sphere of work, for the native will have trouble with the dishonesty of others.
Pluto in the Sixth House
The planet Pluto in the Sixth House will bring a liability to ailments caused through excessive radiation, especially to those associated with atomic, nuclear and electronic processes of work. It also signifies danger to those who work in the general area where these processes are being carried out. In matters concerning work it brings out opportunities for the furthering of far reaching and even revolutionary ideas. On the other hand, it shows a cessation of these activities at times through circumstances that are favorable.
You are now at mid-course in your studies. Our experience indicates that since you have progressed this far you will complete the course. Not only that but you will receive your diploma and pass the comprehensive licensing exam issued under our Charter.
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