A Course in Natal Astrology
by Karl Hans Welz, inventor of the Chi Generator®, Orgonite®, etc.

 

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Lesson 5

Preparing to judge a chart

Now that you have learned to read a chart, and the basic key words, you are ready to take the first steps toward making a full delineation of the chart. There are definitely no short cuts to success in this art. There are, however, definite procedures that you should follow so that you will always produce an accurate judgment.

The first thing to do after you have erected a chart and have calculated and drawn in the aspects, or received a computer printout of a chart, is to determine in which of the sextuplets the planets fall, in which of the triplicities, and in which of the quadruplicities. See the sample chart and how the needed information is recorded.

Next, you assign values to each of the planets and sum all values up for each of the sextuplets, quadruplicities, and triplicities.

The next step concerns the taking of accurate and complete notes in a definite order. Naturally, the more nearly complete your notes are, the more information you will be able to glean from the chart. Further, the very act of writing out the notes serves to strengthen your understanding of the art of reading a chart.

This chapter, then, consists of three sections, the first of which outlines a fifteen step procedure for making notes. The second section consists of a fifteen part reference for use in carrying out the fifteen steps of making notes, and the third section presents the actual notes made from the sample chart that was erected.

Section I:
Fifteen Steps for Making Notes on a Chart

As you carry out the following fifteen steps for making notes on a chart, you should use for each step a 5 x 8 index card, or a sheet of paper of comparable size, so that when you are finished you will be able to make an efficient use of the notes. All references in these steps are to the parts of section II of this chapter.

Further, as you make notes, place in the left margin of each note the astrological symbols, or abbreviations, to identify the note. Remember, too, that all aspects except those to the MC will appear twice throughout the notes.

Step 1

From part 1, make notes on the sign that is on the ascendant of the chart. Then, from part 5, make notes on all aspects to the ascendant.

Step 2

From parts 2,3,4, and 5, make notes as indicated on the planet that rules the sign on the ascendant.

a. From part 2, make notes on the planet in the sign and in the house.
b. From part 3, make notes on the planet in the sign.

c. From part 4, make notes on the planet in the house.

d. From part 5, make notes on all aspects to this planet.

Step 3

Follow the directions of step 2 and make notes on the Sun, unless, of course, the Sun is the ruler of the ascendant.

Step 4

Follow the directions of step 2 and make notes on the Moon, unless, of course, the Moon is the ruler of the ascendant.

Step 5

From part 6, make notes on the North Node.

Step 6

From part 7, make notes on the south Node.

Step 7

From part 8, make notes on the part of fortune.

Step 8

From part 9, make notes on the distribution of the planets between the sextuplets.

Step 9

From part 10, make notes on the distribution of the planets among the triplicities.

Step 10

From part 11, make notes on the distribution of the planets among the quadruplicities.

Step 11

From part 12, make notes on special aspects.

Step 12

From part 13, make notes on a stellium.

Step 13

Follow the instructions for step 2 and make notes on those planets upon which you have not already made notes in steps 2, 3, and 4.

Step 14

From part 14, make notes on the hemispheric distribution of the planets.

Step 15

From part 15, make notes on the overall pattern of the chart.

Section II
Fifteen part reference from which to make notes

This section provides the information that you will need as you carry out the fifteen step procedure outlines in Section I. In fact, this section will be a permanent reference for any and all charts that you may wish to interpret.

Part 1 -- Ascendants

The sign on the ascendant is the single most important point in a chart because, as it is modified by the aspects, it reveals the general disposition of the subject. In fact, it serves as a kind of lens through which the rest of the chart is seen.

Consequently, it is of vital importance that you make complete notes on the sign that is on the ascendant. In the following, you will find the characteristics that are associated with each of the twelve signs when they appear on the first cusp of a chart. Note carefully that each sign contains an outline of eight areas as follows:

1. Attitude expression
2. Mental expression
3. Emotional nature
4. Career areas
5. Leisure time preferences
6. Physiological vulnerabilities
7. Negative tendencies
8. Key words

Aries

Attitude Expression -- BEING, with directness, boldness, initiative, impulse, spontaneity, and fast motion.

Mental Expression -- non philosophical and quick wit that sees the beginning and the end but that overlooks the in-between details.

Emotional Nature -- self-centeredly and tactlessly romantic with strong sex drive.

Career Areas -- where competitive spirit, initiative, leadership, pioneering spirit, and physical activity are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer adventure, competition, and daring.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- head, face, brain, adrenal glands, kidneys, lumbar region, lower back, endocrine glands, and those parts of the body associated with the sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- argumentativeness, insensitivity, aggressiveness, brusqueness, and impulsiveness.

Key Words -- assertive, urgent, vigorous, forceful, and enterprising.

Taurus

Attitude Expression -- HAVING, with reliability, steadfastness, conservatism, slowness, thrift, and gentility.

Mental Expression -- unoriginal and deliberate wit that follows tested and proven patterns.

Emotional Nature -- possessively and instinctively sensual and affectionate with an awareness of the sexual powers of the body.

Career Areas -- where patience, perseverance, responsibility, art, economy, and routine are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer creativity through staying seated for long periods of time.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- neck, throat, larynx, thyroid gland, genitals, bladder, pelvis, gonads, eliminative tracts, and those parts of the body associated with this sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- stubbornness, self centeredness, possessiveness, and stodginess.

Key Words -- enduring, possessive, passive, cautious, and stable.

Gemini

Attitude Expression -- THINKING, with inquisitiveness, mimicry, duality, changeability, mediation, and wit.

Mental Expression -- flexible and intelligent wit that concerns itself with many matters at once.

Emotional Nature -- flirtateously and lightheartedly affectionate in more than one direction at the same time.

Career Areas -- where intellect, travel, innovation, and change are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer intellectual challenge, variety, and dexterous functions.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- shoulders, arms, lungs, chest, nervous system, thymus gland, hips, thighs, buttocks, liver, pituitary gland, and those parts of the body associated with this sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- inconsistency, hypocrisy, cunning, and superficiality.

Key Words -- versatile, variable, vigorous, pensive, and adjustable.

Cancer

Attitude Expression -- FEELING, with moodiness, common sense, patriotism, and tradition.

Mental Expression -- intuitive and shrewd wit that is impressionable, receptive, and retentive.

Emotional Nature -- protectively and sentimentally romantic with susceptibility to sensuality.

Career Areas -- where sensitivity, tranquillity, economy, and protection are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer collecting, domestic and aquatic associations.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- stomach, breasts, mammary glands, bones, knees, skin, and those parts of the body associated with the sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- moodiness, clannishness, timidity, untidiness, and instability.

Key Words -- sensitive, protective, passive, emotional, and enterprising.

Leo

Attitude Expression -- RESOLVING, with generosity, creativity, power, and loyalty.

Mental Expression -- intellectual and forthright wit that generalizes and sees the whole pattern.

Emotional Nature -- sincerely and generously romantic with the happiness of the love partner foremost in mind.

Career Areas -- where leadership, creativity, artistry, and the dramatic are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer amusement, gaiety, and role playing.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- spine, upper back, heart, ankles, calves, shins, circulatory system, and those parts of the body associated with the sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- conceit, intolerance, pomposity, bombast, and snobbiness.

Key Words -- impressive, creative, vigorous, forceful, and stable.

Virgo

Attitude Expression -- EXAMINING, with productivity, thoroughness, memory, evaluation, and precision.

Mental Expression -- non abstract and logical wit that discerns small details and learns easily.

Emotional Nature -- conventionally and analytically romantic with idiosyncratic attention to the techniques.

Career Areas -- where serving, analyzing, discriminating, and assimilating are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer detail, criticism, study, and quiet.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- hands, abdomen, intestines, feet, and those parts of the body associated with the sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- fastidiousness, interference, suppression, pedantry, modesty, and hypercrtiticalness.

Key Words -- analytical, critical, passive, cautious, and adjustable.

Libra

Attitude Expression -- BALANCING, with diplomacy, cooperation, sincerity, refinement, and neatness.

Mental Expression -- optimistic and intelligent wit that is indecisive and easily influenced.

Emotional Nature -- intellectually and sentimentally romantic with flirtatiousness.

Career Areas -- where congeniality, harmony, quiet, refinement, and human relationships are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer comfort, art, conversation, and little motion.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- kidneys, lumbar region, lower back, endocrine glands, head, face, brain, adrenal glands, and those parts of the body associated with the sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- frivolty, indecisiveness, untidiness, and changeability.

Key Words -- united, harmonious, vigorous, pensive, and enterprising.

Scorpio

Attitude Expression -- DESIRING, with subtlety, fervor, shrewdness, and tenacity.

Mental Expression -- intuitive and imaginative wit that is perceptive, analytical, and penetrating.

Emotional Nature -- passionately and enduringly romantic with emotions oriented toward sexual outlets.

Career Areas -- where realities, research, analyzing, and solving are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer intellectual challenge, mystery, and aquatic associations.

Physiological Vulnerabilities - genitals, bladder, pelvis, gonads, eliminative tracts, neck, throat, larynx, thyroid gland, and those parts of the body associated with the sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- jealousy, stubbornness, secretiveness, vindictiveness, suspiciousness, and resentment.

Key Words -- intense, secretive, passive, emotional, and stable.

Sagittarius

Attitude Expression -- SEEING, with cheerfulness, optimism, curiosity, and foresight.

Mental Expression -- open and deep wit that perpetually ferrets out and interprets.

Emotional Nature -- intellectually and conventionally romantic with a desire to remain free from attachment.

Career Areas -- where versatility, farsightedness, and intellectual challenge are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer sport, motion, and mental functions.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- hips, thighs, buttocks, liver, pituitary gland, shoulders, arms, lungs, chest, nervous system, thymus gland, and those parts of the body associated with the sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- extravagance, exaggeration, tactlessness, carelessness, and extremism.

Key Words -- free, wide, vigorous, forceful, and adjustable.

Capricorn

Attitude Expression -- USING, with purpose, patience, quiet, resourcefulness, and efficiency.

Mental Expression -- exacting and calculating wit that is calm and severe.

Emotional Nature -- conservatively and faithfully romantic with modesty and cautiousness.

Career Areas -- where responsibility, economy, resourcefulness, and patience are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer practicality and seriousness.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- bones, knees, skin, stomach, breasts, mammary glands, and those parts of the body associated with the sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- pessimism, conventionality, cruelty, narrowness, and selfishness.

Key Words -- prudent, reserved, passive, cautious, and enterprising.

Aquarius

Attitude Expression -- KNOWING, with idealism, progressiveness, brotherhood, and reformation.

Mental Expression -- inventive and intuitive wit that synthesizes imaginatively and broadmindedly.

Emotional Nature -- independently and detachedly romantic with a desire to be faithful.

Career Areas -- where progressiveness, togetherness, truth-seeking, welfare, and electricity are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer the unusual, career connection, and politics.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- ankles, calves, shins, circulatory system, spine, upper back, heart, and those parts of the body associated with the sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- rebelliousness, erraticism, perversity, rudeness, tactlessness, and fanaticism.

Key Words -- indifferent, unconventional, vigorous, pensive, and stable.

Pisces

Attitude Expression -- BELIEVING, with hospitality, kindness, compassion, reticence, and fluidity.

Mental Expression -- impressionable and intuitive wit that is highly imaginative and emotional.

Emotional Nature -- submissively and intensely romantic with a reluctance to accept the responsibility that accompanies involvement.

Career Areas -- where sympathy, creativity, imagination, intuition, and fluids are involved.

Leisure Time Preferences -- activities that offer fluctuations, art, rhythm, and emotionality.

Physiological Vulnerabilities -- feet, hands, abdomen, intestines, and those parts of the body associated with the sign on the cusp of the sixth house.

Negative tendencies -- indecisiveness, dependence, gullibility, impracticality, softness, confusion, and extravagance.

Key Words -- impressionable, intuitive, passive, emotional, and adjustable.

Part 2 -- Planets, signs, and Houses

For the planet involved construct this sentence: The inclination (key words for the planet) will operate (key words for the sign), concentrating upon (key words for the house). Planet Sign House Sun to integrate Aries assertively 1 personal and self- to express urgently related concerns to project Taur. enduringly 2 personal possession Moon to respond possessively and security to react to regulate Gem. versatilely 3 relationships to the Mercury to communicate variably immediate environment to concentrate to transmit Canc. sensitively 4 personal home and protectively private life Venus to relate to unite Leo impressively 5 instinctive affections to connect creatively and re-creation Mars to initiate Virgo analytically 6 services given and to activate critically received and health to move Libra unitedly 7 partnership relations Jupiter to expand harmoniously at a personal level to mature to experience Scor. intensely 8 material relationships. secretively involv. shared resources Saturn to limit to control Sag. freely 9 mental and physical to discipline widely explorations Uranus to deviate Cap. prudently 10 place in society and stan- to invent reservedly ding in the world to reform Aqu. indifferently 11 hopes and wishes and Neptune to refine unconventionally impermanent attachments to detect to transcend Pisc. impressionably 12 freedom from intuitively restrictions Pluto to eliminate to transform to regenerate

Part 3: Planets in Signs

Construct a two part sentence, using the key statements from the planet as the first part and the adverbs for the sign as the second part.

Planets:

Sun

As the subject seeks to become a whole person, to let others know of his (her) existence, and to become a significant part of the environment, he (she) proceeds --

Moon

As the subject seeks to make his (her) emotions known, to effect revision of the emotions, and to conform to cyclic actions, he (she) proceeds --

Mercury

As the subject seeks to make his (her) thoughts known, to give careful consideration to that of which he (she) becomes aware, and to convey his (her) feelings to others, he (she) proceeds --

Venus

As the subject seeks to achieve harmony, to effect beauty in his (her) relationships, and to bring together that which should be linked, he (she) proceeds --

Mars

As the subject seeks to expend physical stamina, to let himself (herself) into worthwhile motions, and to resist inertia, he (she) proceeds --

Jupiter

As the subject seeks to satisfy his (her) intellectual curiosity, to become a well-informed person, and to become independently emotionally satisfied, he (she) proceeds --

Saturn

As the subject seeks to exercise restraint, to be master of his (her) own destiny, and to gain command of both his (her) overt acts and private thoughts, he (she) proceeds --

Uranus

As the subject seeks to be individualistic, to design that which is yet unknown, and to improve upon that which has weakness or faults, he (she) proceeds --

Neptune

As the subject seeks to probe below the surface, to attach himself (herself) to the immaterial, and to elevate himself (herself) to the highest planes of understanding, he (she) proceeds --

Pluto

As the subject seeks to get rid of that which serves no positive purpose, to remodel completely that which is undesirable, and to reorganize that which has fallen totally from its original status, he (she) proceeds -- Signs Aries vigorously, forcefully, and enterprisingly. Taurus passively, cautiously, and stably. Gemini vigorously, pensively, and adjustably. Cancer passively, emotionally, and enterprisingly. Leo vigorously, forcefully, and stably. Virgo passively, cautiously, and adjustably. Libra vigorously, pensively, and enterprisingly. Scorpio passively, emotionally, and stably. Sagittarius vigorously, forcefully, and adjustably. Capricorn passively, cautiously, and enterprisingly. Aquarius vigorously, pensively, and stably. Pisces passively, emotionally, and adjustably.

Part 4 -- Planets in Houses

Construct a two-part sentence, using the key statements from the planet as the first part and the key statements from the house as the second part.

Sun -- The subject will best learn projection of self through --

Moon -- The subject will show a special interest in and will effect changes through --

Mercury -- The subject will develop his (her) communicative powers through --

Venus -- The subject will form intimate relationships and develop his (her) sense of personal values through --

Mars -- The subject will exercise his (her) physical stamina and his (her) initiative through --

Jupiter -- The subject will have opportunities for material expansion and mental growth through --

Saturn -- The subject will experience limitation, suffering, and frustration through --

Uranus -- The subject will realize originality and unusual experiences through --

Neptune -- The subject will realize peculiar and nebulous experiences through --

Pluto -- The subject will realize critical endings and beginnings through --

Houses

1st House -- matters pertinent to his (her) establishing himself (herself) as a distinct personality and being.

2nd House -- matters pertinent to his (her) accumulating materials resources in order to establish security.

3rd House -- matters pertinent to his (her) adjusting himself (herself) to those close to him (her) because of circumstances and to the beginning of the process of education.

4th House -- matters pertinent to his (her) establishing a place within which to protect himself (herself) and his (her) possessions.

5th House -- matters pertinent to his (her) creating his (her) own image through both the body and the mind.

6th House -- matters pertinent to his (her) serving others and being served in order to maintain good health through reciprocity.

7th House -- matters pertinent to his (her) attaching himself (herself) to others in order to compensate for his (her) own sense of lack.

8th House -- matters pertinent to his (her) sharing his (her) possessions with others and to his (her) sharing the possessions of others.

9th House -- matters pertinent to his (her) furthering the process of education through in-depth study and extensive travel.

10th House -- matters pertinent to his (her) going outside his (her) home to establish himself (herself) properly in the social, business, and professional circles through entering upon a career.

11th House -- matters pertinent to his (her) relating successfully to group activity in order to participate in the creative concerns that are communal in nature.

12th House -- matters pertinent to his (her) resisting impediments of his (her) efforts to be a totally integrated part of the process of living.

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