Therefore it is the the final dispositor of any "chain of dispositors" occupying a sign it rules. Jupiter in Pisces was its own final dispositor. For this "final dispositor" circumstance to occur, a planet must occupy one of the two signs it rules.
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This "chain of dispositors" rules all the other planets, since every planet is ruled by another planet that would eventually eventually find a dispositor in this chain. Then you have the special situation when two planets dispose each other, such as Moon in Aquarius and Uranus in Cancer, or Jupiter in Gemini and Mercury in Sagittarius. It is as though the two planets feed each other, and grow stronger, for good or ill, in their ability to dominate those affairs in the chart.
Finding all of these in a chart is uncommon, but finding at least 2 of these is not so rare. In my own chart I have Jupiter in Pisces as its own final dispositor, Moon in Aquarius and Uranus in Cancer in mutual reception, and two other final dispositors of all the rest of my natal planets. While this quantity of final dispositors Venus, Mars, and Jupiter all in their home signs! So you can see that during the year when planets are in Leo, they'll have more of the qualities of the sign the Sun is in, just like when planets are in Virgo they will be more the quality of the sign s Mercury occupies.
When planets are in Libra they will take on the quality of whatever sign Venus is in, and when they are in Scorpio they will take on the quality of whatever sign Mars is in. The upshot for the rest of is that Venus' influence will dominate the astrological landscape between May 15 and June 9 when it's in its home sign of Taurus.
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It will be the final dispositor for all the other planets except standalone Neptune in Pisces from May 15 through June 2, after which Mercury in Gemini equally dominates the scene as final dispositor for itself and the Sun. Mercury then takes final dispositorship for all the planets between June when Venus also slips into Gemini while Mercury's still in its home sign.
What is a “Dispositor”?
Once Mercury and then the Sun move into Cancer the last half of June the Moon becomes their dispositor. Since the Moon moves through the signs so quickly it speeds up the rapidly changing backdrop to events. It only becomes final dispositor of itself and other planets in Cancer when it moves through its home sign of Cancer, which doesn't happen for very long, and it will make a mutual reception with Mercury when it's in Gemini at the end of June. For as long as Pluto is in Capricorn it will be disposited by Saturn which will be disposited by Venus.
So Venus and whatever sign it's in will influence Saturn and Pluto for months to come. When Neptune retrogrades back into Aquarius it will join this chain of dispositors. Uranus in Aries will be disposited by Mars for years to come, so take note of what sign Mars is in to understand how Uranus is influenced.
Dispositor - The Astrology Dictionary
So when Mars is in Gemini, Uranus will also have Mercury as its dispositor, and when Mars is in Cancer, Uranus will also have the Moon as its dispositor. Jupiter's dispositor changes each year at the time it changes signs. This year early January had Jupiter as its own final dispositor. From June , Jupiter in Taurus has Venus as its dispositor.
Within the last two spans, the transits of Mars and Venus indicate the backdrop to how Jupiter works. This will make Mars and then Venus very important in all Jupiter-influenced new adventures, learning challenges, and studies of higher consciousness and other spiritual areas. Though some of this is technical, hopefully it will help you understand why two different people with Saturn in Virgo, Venus in Gemini, or Mars in Capricorn or any other planetary position can be so radically different in their responses to similar areas or events.
What we've covered here can also help to elucidate why some supposed "compatibilities" are not so compatible, and some supposedly incompatible planets in signs actually get along quite well. The answer to the mystery could very well be found in the dispositors! May 10, Permalink. Tags: chain of dispositors, dispositor, mutual reception, planetary home signs, rulerships.
I have two mutual receptions in my chart. Those energies are Feeling like a woman and thinking like a man, or vice versa. Autistic, narcistic or lonely from time to time :.
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These last few months I finally started to exercise one form of marshal art and I'm so gratefull to use those strong planetary and my natal forces in a constructive way, to learn something. It finally came to my head :.
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Declination refers to how far above or below Earth's equator the Sun appears to travel. The Sun isn't actually moving anywhere—it only looks that way from our perspective due to the The Earth's tilt remains the same as it orbits the Sun.
When the north pole is fully tilted toward the Sun, that is the northern Solstice and marks when the Sun enters the sign of Cancer , and when the Sun is aligned with the latitude called the Tropic of Cancer. When the south pole is fully tilted toward the Sun, this is the southern Solstice, when the Sun moves into Capricorn and aligns with the Tropic of Capricorn.
When the Sun is aligned with the equator, this marks the Equinoxes when the Sun enters Aries and Libra. Therefore, there is a limited band within which the Sun can be aligned with the Earth, and that band extends up to See also: Out of Bounds , Solstice , Equinox. The western horizon in the chart. If you are born at sunset, the Sun would be found around the Descendant of the chart.
The Descendant also forms the cusp starting point of the 7th House of close relationships, marriage and partnerships. The Descendant sign , and planets in the 7th House, indicate the kind of partner the person is attracted to and what the person looks for in a relationship. Compare: Ascendant. This is the normal forward motion of all planets through the zodiac. Compare: Retrograde. See also: Stationary , Shadow planetary.
Also see the articles about Retrograde Planets. A planet is a dispositor of another planet when it rules the sign it is in. For example, if the Moon is in Libra , Venus would be the Moon's dispositor.