Capricorn woman with Pisces on the cusp of her empty Seventh House

Diggy provided a birth time for the empty Seventh House case study (click chart to view).

As a fastidious Virgo Rising, you have “dude, whatever” Pisces on your Descendant. Like Aquarius in yesterday’s post, the last sign of the zodiac has two ruling planets. Pisces’ traditional ruler is Jupiter, planet of philosophy, idealism and expansion. Neptune, Pisces’ modern ruler, was discovered in the 19th century, during the rise of Spiritualism. The God of the Seas concerns mystical yearnings, dissolution of boundaries, the urge to transcend mundane reality. Sounds like Pisces, don’t it?

With a Capricorn Sun and Virgo on your Ascendant, you’re a fairly structured person, and a little water goes a long way in keeping you from drying out. That’s where Pisces comes in. Your fantasy life is focused on the ideal mate, and a relationship may indeed help you move beyond humdrum reality. However, Pisces is the sign of delusion, deception and confusion — your (potential) spouse may just be a lying, cheating ne’er-do-well. You may be drawn to musicians, poets, addicts, artists, monks, nuns, zookeepers and aides at your local lunatic asylum.

The co-ruling planets of your Seventh House happen to oppose each other (a 180-degree angle). Jupiter is in stable Taurus in your Eighth House of Sex, Death and Shared Investments, while Neptune is in seductive Scorpio in your Second House of Possessions, Finances and Self-Worth. Both the signs and houses inhabited by these planets concern money and value, as well as that fixed-sign possessiveness all too familiar to Taurus and Scorpio. A significant relationship would bring up issues around power, security, and how you share money. Perhaps your spouse would work in the fields of finance or psychotherapy or weed-killing.

Since Jupiter and Neptune oppose each other, the New-Age vibe of having Pisces on your Seventh House cusp is multiplied, exaggerated … bloated. Jupiter expands the strong Neptunian tendency to leave consensual reality, while Neptune’s suggestive influence leads Jupiter to philosophize about mediums, mystics and marijuana.

Use your practical Cap Sun and Virgo Ascendant and Mars to prevent some guy or gal from pulling the wool over your eyes and stealing your inheritance.

About Jeffrey Kishner

Jeffrey Kishner is founder and publisher of Sasstrology. He is a licensed mental health counselor and has been doing astrological counseling since 2001. Jeffrey has been published in print magazines including The Mountain Astrologer and Dell Horoscope, and has written online for sites including AOL, Tarot.com and StarIQ. Jeffrey has also been heavily involved in the astrology blogger community. Read his personal blog at JeffreyKishner.com.

Comments

  1. J! Your interpretation could not have been more accurate! I did have a musician spouse that was cheating and I kicked him to the curb! This goes in line with Pisces as a sign of deception + the music thing. Wow. I made all the money and he fought me for the house we bought together with my money! I won of course – house + custody of 2 darlings. So now I’m involved with a Virgo man, is on the fence about going further like moving in, etc and hmmm, there is the marijuana…LOL thanks so much – will keep an eye out for possible wool. D.

  2. ROFL!
    “dude, whatever” Pisces on your Descendant

    Love it.

  3. “finance, psychotherapy or weed-killing” ?

    very interesting and entertaining analysis btw

  4. This reading was so great that I’ve continued to come back often to read up on the discussion boards and other posts. I’ve joined and I’m Ms Goat. Thanks Jeff for helping us learn about ourselves.

  5. Jeffrey Kishner says:

    You’re welcome, ms goat 🙂

  6. I have my 7th house in pisces and I’m a capricorn virgo rising…actually most of my lovers aren’t liars or deceptive…but due to my moon in scorpio I tend to be suspicious of certain people lol…I really want to learn how to have a stable relationship..my mars is in sagittarius and my venus in capricorn…so yea lol any advice?

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