Definition of Planetary house

1. Noun. (astrology) one of 12 equal areas into which the zodiac is divided.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Planetary House

planest
planet gear
planet wheel
planetal
planetaria
planetarian
planetaries
planetarily
planetarium
planetariums
planetary
planetary body
planetary gear
planetary gear train
planetary house (current term)
planetary nebula
planetary nebulae
planetary nebulas
planetary object
planetary ring
planetary rings
planetary science
planetary system
planetary systems
planetdom
planeted
planeteer
planeteers
planetesimal

Literary usage of Planetary house

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Edinburgh Annual Register by Sir Walter Scott, Walter Scott (1811)
"... when the master of the sign, as astrologers said of old, sits in full power upon the cusp or entrance of the planetary house, as Lord of the Ascendant, ..."

2. The Occult World by Alfred Percy Sinnett (1886)
"... are many mansions," and in this planetary house of humanity there are many more states of existence than the physical state. Some of these states may be ..."

3. The Talisman for by William Cullen Bryant, Robert Charles Sands, Gulian Crommerlin Verplanck (1827)
"... were in conjunction in Libra, in the seventh house of heaven, whilst Venus lorded the ascendant, culminating from the very ridge of the planetary house. ..."

4. Select Discourses by John Smith, Simon Patrick, John Worthington (1821)
"... from one thing to another, as the sun in the firmament is said to walk from one planetary house to another, and to have his several stages to pass by. ..."

5. The Cambridge Platonists: Being Selections from the Writings of Benjamin by Benjamin Whichcote, John Smith, Nathanael Culverwel (1901)
"... walk from one planetary house to another, and to have his several Stages to pass by. And therefore where there is no such Vicissitude or Variety, ..."

6. Dryden's Palamon and Arcite by John Dryden, Geoffrey Chaucer, William Tenney Brewster (1897)
"The sign in which a particular planet was most powerful was called his "planetary house." Thus, Capricorn (III., 384) was the "house" of Saturn, ..."

7. The Edinburgh Annual Register by Sir Walter Scott, Walter Scott (1811)
"... when the master of the sign, as astrologers said of old, sits in full power upon the cusp or entrance of the planetary house, as Lord of the Ascendant, ..."

8. The Occult World by Alfred Percy Sinnett (1886)
"... are many mansions," and in this planetary house of humanity there are many more states of existence than the physical state. Some of these states may be ..."

9. The Talisman for by William Cullen Bryant, Robert Charles Sands, Gulian Crommerlin Verplanck (1827)
"... were in conjunction in Libra, in the seventh house of heaven, whilst Venus lorded the ascendant, culminating from the very ridge of the planetary house. ..."

10. Select Discourses by John Smith, Simon Patrick, John Worthington (1821)
"... from one thing to another, as the sun in the firmament is said to walk from one planetary house to another, and to have his several stages to pass by. ..."

11. The Cambridge Platonists: Being Selections from the Writings of Benjamin by Benjamin Whichcote, John Smith, Nathanael Culverwel (1901)
"... walk from one planetary house to another, and to have his several Stages to pass by. And therefore where there is no such Vicissitude or Variety, ..."

12. Dryden's Palamon and Arcite by John Dryden, Geoffrey Chaucer, William Tenney Brewster (1897)
"The sign in which a particular planet was most powerful was called his "planetary house." Thus, Capricorn (III., 384) was the "house" of Saturn, ..."

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