The Third House corresponds to the sign of Gemini, so it shows your style of communications, "short" trips (not requiring an overnight stay), brothers and sisters, and everything in your immediate environment, including neighbors.

The Sun in the Third House: Well, the Sun shows where you want attention and admiration, and in the third house, that means through your communications. This placement makes a person a little bit hyper (like a Gemini) always seeming to be in motion and increasing the need for sensory stimuli. If there are siblings, at least one will tend to be an attention-getting show-off.

The Moon in the Third House: No need to worry about keeping emotions bottled up with this one. In fact, the problem may be to "keep a lid on it".

Emotions (Moon) will get communicated (third house).

On the plus side, you always know where this person is coming from, and imagination is increased.

If there are siblings, at least one will be a highly emotional type.

No need to worry about keeping emotions bottled up with this one. In fact, the problem may be to "keep a lid on it". Emotions (Moon) will get communicated (third house).

 

On the plus side, you always know where this person is coming from, and imagination is increased. If there are siblings, at least one will be a highly emotional type.

Mercury in the Third House: Mercury is at home here (the planet of communications in the house of communications). The tendency is to increase communication skills across the board. Unless there are stressful aspects (see the section on aspects) someone with this placement probably did very well in school and stands a good chance of excelling in any area requiring good verbal or writing skills. If there are siblings, at least one may be a non-stop talker. Mercury is at home here (the planet of communications in the house of communications). The tendency is to increase communication skills across the board. Unless there are stressful aspects (see the section on aspects) someone with this placement probably did very well in school and stands a good chance of excelling in any area requiring good verbal or writing skills. If there are siblings, at least one may be a non-stop talker.

Venus in the Third House: Charming speech and, if there are any siblings, at least one will be a charmer as well, or will be involved with some Venus area (art, beauty products, public relations).

Mars in the Third House: The phrase "Tell it like it is" was made for this one. Communications are direct and to the point, with no time wasted. After all, Mars wants to get on to the next battle. The mind literally never rests with this position of Mars. Clients with third house Mars have told me that at times, they wish they could put their brain in a jar of water at night so that their body could get a good night’s sleep while their brain was busy chugging away in the jar. If there are siblings, at least one will be on the aggressive side.

Jupiter in the Third House: One drawback here is that, if you are ever depressed, no one will believe you because your communications SOUND so cheerful. Speech flows freely, sometimes too freely. Learn not to tell people too much. If the rest of the horoscope doesn’t back up this placement, then there will be a tendency to talk big and not deliver. Jupiter does have its perils. Still, communications tend to be optimistic (take care not to gloss over or ignore difficulties) and relations with siblings good.

Saturn in the Third House: Communications tend to be cautious and restrained. This placement may actually indicate some sort of speech impediment, at least in youth. Communications tend to be important, too important. This can easily cause a dislike of small talk, and a fear of saying the wrong thing so that the person with this placement winds up saying nothing at all. The mind inclines to be too serious. These folks are the kind who will sit by themselves at a party and think "How can I be here having fun when I have all this serious work to do?". Lighten up. You’ll be healthier. Still, the mind is constructive and organized, even if it tends to be a bit slow (haste makes waste). If there are siblings, the older ones were more likely to pick on you, and the younger ones were probably a burden (perhaps you had to take care of them).

Uranus in the Third House: People with this tend to say and write shocking, socially unacceptable things. They may be insightful and brilliant, but people will feel as if they have just gotten an electric shock. If there are siblings, at least one will be highly independent and original, or a crazy eccentric.

Neptune in the Third House: Well the imagination is good, but, if you have this one, don’t be an accountant. The books may not balance. Neptune here is excellent for anything artistic, though, especially poetry or fiction writing. Check out your career house (house ten) before making any career decisions based on this placement. You have the ability to paint pictures with words, but not to communicate the details of the real world. If there are siblings, at least one will be a spacey, dreamy type, or (if afflicted) will tend to have a substance abuse problem.

Pluto in the Third House: Your words can heal or kill. This placement gives your communications great power. It’s a great one to have if you are a therapist or salesperson, or an advertising copywriter whose words can influence millions. Words just seem to have extra power when you say them. Relations with siblings and neighbors will never be dull. I love you or I hate you, nothing in between.
 


 

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