What are the interpretations of the Moon in the 9th house of the natal chart? And how does this manifest itself in life?
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Moon in the 9th house

 If the Moon is located in the 9th house of the natal chart , then people are inclined to change places and prefer variety in life. There is nothing worse than living for years without changing anything in their environment. These owners of such a Moon seek to develop their horizons, and therefore they conquer all new heights and constantly go beyond the reach. 

When the Moon is in the 9th house , every day for these natives is a reason for joy, because so many unique opportunities and happy chances open up before them. Such people are optimistic and easily ignited with new ideas. They draw inspiration from the process of learning about the world. They enjoy reading, traveling, getting to know new cultures and traditions. Read more

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 With the Moon in the Ninth House your feeling, instinctive nature will find expression through some form of emotional attachment to social, ethical or religious values. You have an inherent need to expand your life through travel, study, philosophy and the search for metaphysical truths. Practical knowledge is often obtained through dreams or meditation. Your day-to-day response to circumstance is strongly conditioned by spiritual or ethical values.

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THE MOON IN THE NINTH HOUSE when well-aspected gives a clean clear mind of a serious, religious, legal or philosophy turn according to the nature of the aspect. The person will travel far with both pleasure and profit for himself and sometime he will come into the lime-light of publicity. This position also gives a tendency to dreams and visions especially if the Moon is aspected by Neptune. If the Moon is afflicted the person will be too impulsive and jump to conclusions which are to his detriment. If he undertakes to travel he is liable to meet much trouble in consequence. He is also apt to make an ill-considered change in religion and be subjected to much censure on that account.

Max Heindel

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