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North Node in the second house

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The following interpretations are supplied by different contributing editors and may not correspond to established professional opinion. Please seek a professional astrologer for more accurate results. Keep in mind that no placement is inherently detrimental, every human characteristic can be expressed positively but it may take some conscious effort.

North Node in the second house

According to Abû Ma'sar as reported by Guido Bonatti, the following medieval interpretation of the North Node in the second house applies to nativities, solar returns and horary questions:

Increase of the native’s material possessions. The native will never be poor and may enjoy an inheritance or some other benefits from religious figures. He may be rich, or stingy.

South Node in the eighth house

According to Abû Ma'sar as reported by Guido Bonatti, the following medieval interpretation of the South Node in the eighth house applies to nativities, solar returns and horary questions:

Death. Loss of inheritance. Although the native may die an horrible death, he may be rich.

References

Bonatti Guido, Guido Bonatus de Forlivio Decem continens tractatus de astronomia, edidit Erhardus Ratdolt, 1491.

Gaurico Luca, Tractatus astrologiae judiciariae de nativitatibus virorum et mulierum compositus per D. Lucam Gauricum Neapolitanum ex Ptolemaeo et aliis autoribus dignissimis cum multis aphorismis expertis et comprobatis ab eodem. Addito in fine libello Antonii de Montulmo de eadem re cum annotationibus Ioannis de Regiomonte hactenus nusquam impresso, Norimbergae apud Io. Petreium, 1540.

Ibn Ezra Abraham, Tractatus de significationibus planetarum in duodedics domibus, Pietro de Abano, Venetiis, 1507.