The House of Money and Possessions
The second house represents value systems and shows an individual’s approach to self-worth. It also reveals how a person views wealth, material gain and possessions. As the body is the first possession a person is given, the second house shows how they validate themselves and how they gauge their own self-worth. This house rules money and indicates how people earn, spend and invest in their future. Ultimately, this house reveals what drives a person to gain, collect, spend, and the level of security they strive for.
The sign on the cusp of the second house shows how a person builds foundations of wealth and gains material possessions. It indicates resources – what has been given, what a person attracts and how it is put to use. The second house is associated with banking, real estate, jewellery and earning ability.