The four elements, fire, earth, air, and water are applied to the signs, as well as the houses. Today I want to share what each of the Trinities means for the Areas of Life in the Wheel.
We can think of the Wheel of Fortune and imagine that the Houses are the spokes of that wheel, sectioning each part of the wheel into 12 sections.
The Trinity of Life
The Fire Houses are 1, 5, 9
The first house is about the true inner self, the fifth house is of creativity and the arts, and the ninth house is of spirituality and the creative forces of the universe.
This Grand Trine of Fire deals with expressing yourself from the inside to the outside in the most completely authentic way possible.
If we notice the numerology of these can synchronize this further. The number 1 is about Singularity. The number 5 is about the magic, the challenge, the alchemy"Chemistry and Alcheymy; These come from the original name of the land of Egypt, Khem (Khenn). This meant the "Black Land." But Khem was the cradle of the naturopathic arts, of chemistry and herbalism as well as other sciences of the body. This is why the words Chemistry and Alchemy, still bear the root and why the medical profession still uses the Caduceus of Hermes or Thoth, Egyptian gods of healing." Source: Astro-Theology Etymology and S More, and the universe. The number 9 is reserved for the divine, pure, innocence.
The Trinity of Abundance
The Earth Houses are 2, 6, 10
This Grand Trine of Earth deals with our second house of material matters, the sixth house deals with our day to day activity and balance, and the tenth house is about status and destiny. Truly the Hero’s Journey is one of self-sacrifice for one’s true purpose and reward. Sometime’s called the Trinity of Wealth, dealing more with money"Money; Comes about due to the Cult of the Moon. All money was made of elements that symbolized divinity and the particular deities that the Cult was worshipping. The gold coinage was in honor of the sun, the silver coinage, the moon. Now the Lunar Cult preferred silver and this metal was more abundant. The heads or likenesses of the deity would be emblazoned on the very coins. Materialism was loathed and the means of exchange for commercial vent More, work, and profession.
The number 2 is of course duality, polarity, yin/yang and the interaction between them creating Contrast. The number 6 is always about Balance and Harmony. The number 10 indicates the end of the cycle and continuing on. Technically numbers are 1-9 and the number 0 is the absence of a number. So 10 is the singularity becoming that absence once again so it can be a singularity again, and the cycle is allowed to continue on in this way.
The Trinity of Community & Relationships
The Air Houses of the Relationship Trinity are 3, 7, 11
The Grand Trine of Air deals with our communication, environment, community, and social culture. The third house is how we interact and influence the environment that we live in. The seventh house is the Descendant, where we may look to partners, marriage, or dependants. The eleventh house is about being with the collective, friendships, groups, and what we are devoted to for enjoyment.
The number 3 is itself the Trinity, finding the commonality between all things that were once divided. It is the epic of communication, intelligence, and cooperation. The number 7 is reserved for Perfection. The number 11 is two singularities being independent of each other, being represented as a group, a “We”. Where what was one, was than another. Together you can build, and form, and construct acting as the Pillars for all that is Above.
The Psychic Trinity
The Water Houses are 4, 8, 12
Dealing with our emotions, movements, and deep yearning calls to action. The fourth house is about our roots and family, the eighth house is about transformation and passions, and the twelfth is reserved for the mysteries and the unknown in life that makes excitement and reward worth the effort in the end.