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CURIOSIDADES
  • Las personas con muchos planetas en Casa I suelen hablar mucho
  • Las personas con muchos planetas en Casa VII tienen facilidad para escuchar
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  • Las personas con muchos planetas en Casa II tienen facilidad para emplear sus talentos.
  • Las personas con muchos planetas en la Casa VIII tienen facilidad para detectar el talento de los demás.
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  • Las personas con muchos planetas en Casa III siempre están a la moda o informados
  • Las personas con muchos planetas en Casa IX son muy selectivos con la información que ven
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  • Las personas con muchos planetas en Casa IV se entienden mejor con su familia
  • Las personas con muchos plenetas en Casa X son conocidos como "la oveja negra de la familia".
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  • Las personas con muchos planetas en Casa V tienen facilidad para hacer amigos.
  • Las personas con muchos planetas en Casa XI son muy selectivos con sus amistades.
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  • Las personas con muchos planetas en la Casa VI son entendiendo las situaciones.
  • Las personas con muchos planetas en la Casa XII son los mejores entiendiendo a las personas.

In the ancient world, a woman who could be both a sexual and a spiritual confidante to a man was called by the Greeks a hetaera, literally a ‘companion.’ (The Japanese geishas resemble them in many respects.) Among the Greeks, since a hetaera has no marital status, she is by definition an upper-class prostitute, but as such, she was often highly educated in the arts and philosophy. Then as now she acted as what the French (who seem to have a monopoly on Venusian terminology) call a ‘femme inspiratrice’ - a woman who inspires a man, often creatively. In her talent for working closely with both a man’s feelings and his creative projects, the Aphrodite woman is bringing out what Carl Jung called a man’s anima. The anima is the feminine part of every man, which related to his undeveloped capacity for feeling and relationships. When an Aphrodite woman is in love with a creative or publicly active man, she will greatly expand his sense of himself and his capacity for intimacy. When a man begins to be in touch with his anima, she becomes like his muse, helping him with new ideas and creative work, yet he rarely experiences his anima directly. More often she is projected or seen in the woman he idealizes. Not every man’s anima corresponds to Aphrodite, but if she does, this anima brings him closest to his creative and passionate self. This also explains the need in many male artists, poets, and musicians for a particular kind of companion.

– Jennifer Woolger, Roger Woolger // The Goddess Within: A Guide to the Eternal Myths that Shape Women’s Lives