House Tables

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Sample page of a Placidus house table

Tables with columns, usually published in booklet form, showing the angles (Ascendant, Medium Coeli) and other house cusps for horoscopes constructed at different latitudes and times for a given system of houses.[1]

Astrologers used tables of houses extensively prior to the development of astrological computer programs, which now input house cusps automatically. The Placidus System was the most widespread House System given in tables of houses, which partly accounts for its popularity today.

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Notes and References

  1. See, for example, Neil F. Michelsen and Rique Pottenger, 2009, The Michelsen Book of Tables, 2nd ed., ACS Publications