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Article Reference: Dr. Phil on Family Resolutions

Check out this article I found by Dr. Phil on family development by setting resolutions. Family relationships can change! Never give up on your kids and trying to improve the dynamic of your home. 12 more words

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The Twelfth House and its Significations

Introducing the twelfth house, p. 56.
“It has signification of private enemies, of witches, great cattle — as horses, oxen, elephants, &c.; sorrow, tribulation, imprisonments, all manner of affliction, self-undoing, … 68 more words

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The Eleventh House and its Significations

Introducing the eleventh house, p. 56.
“It doth naturally represent friends and friendship, hope, trust, confidence, the praise or dispraise of anyone; the fidelity or falseness of friends. 128 more words

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The Tenth House and its Significations

Introducing the tenth house, p.55.
“Commonly it personifies kings, princes, dukes, earls, judges, prime officers, commanders in chief, whether in armies or towns; all sorts of magistracy and officers in authority. 100 more words

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The Ninth House and its Significations

Introducing the ninth house, p. 55.
“By this house we give judgement of voyages or long journeys beyond seas; of religious men, or clergy of any kind, whether bishops or inferior ministers. 117 more words

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The Eighth House and its Significations

Introducing the eighth house, pgs. 54-55.
“The estate of men deceased, death, its quality and nature; the wills, legacies and testaments of men deceased. Dowry of the wife, portion of the maid, whether much or little, easy to be obtained or with difficulty. 77 more words

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The Seventh House and its Significations

Introducing the seventh house, p.54.
“It gives judgement of marriage, and describes the person inquired after, whether it be man or woman; all manner of love questions, our public enemies; the defendant in a lawsuit, in war the opposing party; all quarrels, duels, lawsuits; in astrology the artist himself; in physic the man or woman; thieves and thefts; the person stealing, whether man or woman; wives, sweethearts; their shape, description, condition, nobly or ignobly born; in an annual ingress, whether war or peace may be expected: of victory, who overcomes, and who worsted; fugitives or runaways; banished and outlawed men. 42 more words

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