The Seventh House is the section that shows what your partners and partnerships are like. However, it goes beyond that. It also deals with everyone whom you approach as an equal, including open enemies ("hidden" enemies are shown by the twelfth house).

Sun in the Seventh House: can give a "sunny" partner, perhaps someone with traits of the sign of Leo. The partner could also be arrogant. In any event, there is more focus on partners and partnerships with this placement. You yourself could become more outgoing after marriage. can give a "sunny" partner, perhaps someone with traits of the sign of Leo. The partner could also be arrogant. In any event, there is more focus on partners and partnerships with this placement. You yourself could become more outgoing after marriage.

Moon in the Seventh House: can give a moody partner. Conversely, your attitude towards the partner and partnerships in general constantly changes and goes through cycles. The partner will either tend to be good at domestic tasks and will "mother" you (this goes for both men and women) or will shift the domestic burdens to you and demand that you mother them. You yourself may become moodier after marriage (don’t we all! But not as much as this) or, more positively, more expressive emotionally.  

Mercury in the Seventh House: gives an intellectual partner, or at least a talkative one. This placement can be good for public speaking, as each listener will feel as if they are your partner. You will not marry a silent person. gives an intellectual partner, or at least a talkative one. This placement can be good for public speaking, as each listener will feel as if they are your partner. You will not marry a silent person.

Venus in the Seventh House: gives a charming partner, possibly with artistic tastes, even though they may have a tendency towards self-indulgence. Conversely, you yourself may become more self-indulgent after marriage.

Mars in the Seventh House: gives an active, aggressive partner. Watch out for arguments. As long as they have plenty to do, everything tends to be fine. It they get bored, well, Mars will create a diversion. Conversely, you yourself may become more active and aggressive after marriage.

Jupiter in the Seventh House: Just because Jupiter is the planet of "good" luck, don’t jump to conclusions. Rod Chase gave a lecture some years back called "The Perils of Jupiter" during which he told of a cousin of his who had this placement and "She loved marriage. She was married three times". Remember, Jupiter shows the place in your life where you feel confident and overconfident, where you can overreach yourself. It can favor marriage to a foreigner or someone from a totally different background, or to someone in a Jupiter occupation (e.g.teaching, religion, architecture) or just plain wealthy.

Saturn in the Seventh House: tends to delay marriage. In fact, if you have this one, don’t get married or even live with someone (other than a roommate) until you are at least twenty nine years old. You have to wait for Saturn to complete a full cycle around the Sun for things to work out here. Early marriages will slowly decay and fail. I’ve seen this in over 90% of the cases. The partner may be older by at least seven years, and if not a Capricorn, then at least a Capricorn type, solid, dependable, conservative in their private life. Marriage may be for money or security. Watch out. That one frequently backfires on you. Conversely, you yourself may become more practical and hard working after marriage. What this placement definitely does NOT favor is a spur of the moment marriage for romantic reasons to someone you just met.

Uranus in the Seventh House: may never get married. Too independent and likes it that way. Or they may get married when young to someone much older. Or when they are old to someone much younger. There has to be something unusual about the partner or the partnership. Maybe the partner is a genius, or eccentric, or plain flat-out crazy. Perhaps the partner travels a lot. Bi-costal marriages would tend to have this. Forget the house in the suburbs with the white picket fence. If the marriage ever becomes too conventional, it ends. Friendship in marriage is important here. Conversely, your own "genius" may come out when you have a partner, or it may come out THROUGH a partner. Robert Raymond Shanks called this one "the Svengalli aspect".

Neptune in the Seventh House: is good if you are a therapist or social worker. Others can feel your sympathy. But remember what I wrote about Neptune in the fifth house, the house of romance? It goes here too, in spades. Take off those rose colored glasses before you get married. No, that’s not a perfect creature you are marrying. It’s a human being and they have faults. Check to make sure that among those faults are not, alcoholism, drug abuse, and bigamy. If everything checks out, you will probably find you have a romantic, sensitive, artistic partner. Make sure they don’t cheat on you.

Pluto in the Seventh House: gives a very intense partner. You may love or hate each other, but you will never be indifferent.

 

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