There are essentially ten rules for finding fame, notable fortunes, celebrity, wealth, and renown. These rules involve the placement of the planetary rulers of "sensitive" positions in the chart. These positions are known as the Arabic Parts or Egyptian Lots.From the work-in progress, "The Five Pillars."
Learn The Five Pillars of Fate Technique: Register to be notified of the publication of his completed work The "Five Pillars" consist of a delineation technique using what has long been called "Parts," now more accurately called, "Lots:" The Lot of Fortune, Lot of Spirit, Lot of Basis, Place of Acquisition and Place of Exaltation. We will be specifically working with the Place of Exaltation with Adolf Hitler's chart as our example.
The Lot of Fortune is the focus point for all of our delineation. This is because we actually adopt the position of the Lot as an alternate natal ascendant for the client.
We are looking at the natal chart, but turning it, superimposing a completely new, and previously invisible, chart onto the natal chart, which reveals completely different facets of the native's fate and confirms important indicators found in the radical chart. It demands that we change our view of the ascendant, taking on a flexible wheel which turns at will instead of maintaining a permanent position. Once the wheel rotates to the Fortune-as-Ascendant, the whole signs and angular relationships which follow, then take on power and significance as the new angles of the radical chart, promising a deeper look into our human possibilities. The bulk of this material comes from "The Anthology" by Vettius Valens, ca. 2nd century Alexandria.
"If the ruler is not well positioned, the full potency indicated by the place of Exaltation is prevented. Since it is used specifically to delineate status, the Exaltation will not be used as extensively as the other 4 pillars within this system. When the ruler of the exaltation is placed in such a way to indicate prominence, then the qualities and signs of that planet apply and can be incorporated into the delineation of the chart, When the ruler does not indicate prominence, the place of exaltation and any planets on it will indicate the area of life that exalts the native as per the status determined by
2. Walk the Ascendant as many signs as you have the Sun. If, for the above example, the Ascendant is Sagittarius,then the Place of Exaltation would be Pisces,and Jupiter would rule the Exaltation in the person's chart.
Mercury rules the tongue, and Hitler was known not only for the amazing charisma of his presence and how his words moved people, but for the sheer volume of his verbal activity. Biographies of Hitler, Mussolini and Franco all told of how Hitler would dominate an entire meeting by talking non-stop sometimes for three hours at a time!
Mercury is the ruler of the radical 12th, representing the personifcation for the native and their own self-undoing, but he also rules the 12th from the Lot of Fortune, reconfirming the negative ends to which this might be used. Mercury is also the ruler of the radical 9th, which in the Hellenistic system is called "God" or "King". The ancient Greeks used the 3rd (Goddess/Queen) and 9th to represent royalty and the sovereign deity. Kingship was moved to the 10th house by the Arabs in the early middle ages. Thus, the ruler of the house of Kingship is also the Lord of Exaltation and culminates from the Lot of Fortune. This is further confirmed by the Moon's conjunction to Jupiter,ruler of the 9th from the Lot of Fortune, Pisces.
Examples of people who have this configuration in their chart (culminating from Ascendant or Lot of Fortune): George W Bush, George HW Bush, Michael Jackson, Judy Garland, Mae West, Mussolini, Picasso, Napoleon, Fred Astaire.
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