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82 SIMPLIFIED SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY


Elevation:

A planet placed in or near the ninth or tenth houses is said to be “elevated.” The nearer it is to the Midheaven, the more highly elevated it is. A planet in elevation is much more powerful, for either good or evil, than when placed at a lower altitude.

The Angles:

When planets are found in tho “angles” of the horoscope (First, Fourth, Seventh and Tenth Houses) they are said to be angular or accidentally dignified. When so placed, they exert a greater influence for either good or evil, than when located in the other houses,

When the student has digested the above information he should proceed to make a table or index of the relationship of the planets as shown in the diagram on page 89.