Relationship of positions in the zodiac to aspects of life


Relationship of positions in the zodiac to aspects of life

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Relationship of positions in the zodiac to aspects of life
dodecatropos
place Greek Indian
I life body
II wealth wealth
III siblings siblings
IV parents relatives
V children children
VI health enemies
VII marriage marriage
VIII death death
IX travel, religion religion
X occupation, honours occupation
XI benefits, friends gains
XII losses, enemies losses
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