"1st: A curious and bright approach. Quick movements. Scattered energy. Looking elvish or impish. A twinkle in the eye. Up to no good. Mischievous. Boyish looks. Gamine looks. A physical trickster. Giving the impression of being wily, cunning, and clever. A youthful and trendy fashion sense. Physically nervous and high-strung. An approach that is superficial and gossipy. Nail biters. Finger tappers. Knuckle crackers. Knee bouncers. Finding it easy to make natural connections to children (not babies, toddlers, or teenagers). Liking to give nicknames based on appearance.
"1st: Confrontational. Aggressive. Rough. Gruff. Ruddy. Athletic. Masculine. Impatient. Grumpy. Irritable. Courageous outlook. Authentic presence. Independent approach. Quick. Competitive. Argumentative. Bold. The need to develop awareness of how actions affect others. Enthusiastic approach to life. Brusque manner. Looking pissed-off. Leading with the head. Bratty. Fighting for independence. Self-reliant. Grouchy. Headstrong. Arrogant. Completely self-centered point of view.
"Astrological intelligence always knew of the link between our other halves, the sibling, the partner and the friend. In the territory of the houses of relationship we experience the patterns of relating that shape our adult quest for the soul mate. In this article Brian Clark explores the houses of relationship, the third hose of the sibling, the seventh house of the partner and the eleventh house of the friend. This article was published in the FAA Journal."
"Friendships are a crucial part of every life, to a greater or lesser degree, depending on our temperament and life circumstances. Even a hermit has a friend of some kind or another, and many of us have hundreds of friends during the course of our lives. In this article, I’m going to discuss the astrology of friendship, including the meaning of the 11th house, other houses involved in friendship, the friendship styles of the signs, how we can see friendship in the chart, and the nature of synastry between the charts of friends."