Dejanira in Houses and In Synastry : Love Victim, Damsel In Distress Or Adventurer?

Dejanira in Synastry
Dejanira getting sexually assaulted by Nessus



A few days ago I published an article on Dejanira and promised to give more details about her role in our natal chart and synastry.  In a natal chart she represents a place where we can get victimized, sign shows the reason or channel of victimization. In synastry, she can reveal where and how we can get victimized. So, let's take a look:

Dejanira in Ist house natal:

This person is a victim of aggression, his/her own personal will and action. It is likely that this person suffers "personal abuse", she/he may appear to be a victim or magnet and attract attention of sexual abusers. This person may go through an abuse on "body, face and/or mind".

Deja in Ist house synastry:

The house person views the Deja person as a potential magnet or victim for directing his/her aggression, personal will and action. The house person may also be attracted to the body of the deja person or looks of the deja person in an incessant way especially if there are conjunctions to deja.

Dejanira in 2nd house natal:

This person is a victim in terms of security, finance, savings, emotional needs and beauty.

Deja in 2nd house synastry:

The house person views the Deja person as a potential magnet or victim for gaining resources, money, emotional or financial security or beauty. 

Deja in 3rd house natal:

This person is a victim in terms of communication, media, writing, neighbors, siblings. This deja can go through mental abuse and can become victim of sexual abuse through sexting or media.

Deja in 3rd house synastry:

The house person views the Deja person as a potential magnet or victim of communication, media , writing, neighbors and/or siblings.

Deja in 4th house natal:

This person is a victim of family, mother, home country, traditions, matriarchal family, emotions, insecurities, real estate and roots. 

Deja in 4th house synastry:

The house person views the Deja person as a potential magnet or victim for patronizing or controlling through 4th house themes.

Deja in 5th house natal:

This person is a victim of creativity, fun, gambling, sports, bossiness, theater, children or stage and/or even royalty.

Deja in 5th house synastry:

The house person views the Deja person as a potential magnet or victim considering the 5th house themes. 

Deja in 6th house natal:

This person is a victim at work, daily routine, health, service, animal welfare and of enemies. 

Deja in 6th house synastry:

The house person views the Deja person as a potential magnet or victim considering 6th house themes. 

Deja in 7th house natal:

This person is a victim in partnerships, relationships, business negotiations, lawsuits.

Deja in 7th house synastry:

The house person views the Deja person as a victim or potential magnet in partnerships, marriage, relationships, business negotiations and/or lawsuits.

Deja in 8th house natal:

The person is a victim in sex, inheritance, power, black magic, sexual diseases, mafia, other's money, spying, mystery, psychology, occult, insurance, death and kundalini.

Deja in 8th house synastry:

The house person views the Deja person as a potential magnet or victim of sex, inheritance, black magic, sexual diseases, mafia, power, other's money, spying, mystery etc.

Deja in 9th house natal:

The person is a victim of travel, learning, religion, adventure, horses, sports, racing, foreign shores, foreign languages and/or foreign people.

Deja in 9th house synastry:

The house person views the Deja person as a potential magnet or victim of travel, sports, racing, learning, religion, adventure, horses, foreign shores, foreign languages.

Deja in 10th house natal:

The person is a victim of politics, public profession, professional status, professional politics and public image.

Dejanira in 10th house synastry:

The house person views the Dejanira person as a potential magnet or victim of politics, public profession, professional status, professional politics and public image.

Dejanira in 11th house natal:

The person is a victim of social circles, friends, distant relationships, internet, social media, group movements, teams, sports teams, freedom and innovation.

Dejanira in 11th house synastry:

The house person views the Dejanira person as a potential magnet or victim of social circles, friends, distant relationships, internet, social media, group movements, teams, sports teams, freedom and innovation.

Dejanira in 12th house natal:

The person is a victim of imagination, spirituality, delusions, hospitals, charity, dreams and old people.

Dejanira in 12th house synastry:

The house person views the Dejanira person as a potential magnet or victim of  of imagination, spirituality, delusions, hospitals, charity, dreams and old people.

In a man's chart Dejanira can also symbolize the girl whom he finds to be a sexual magnet. She can be the girl he secretly wishes to dominate or hold captive. In a woman's chart Nessus can symbolize the man she can become a victim of or the type of man she would attract to dominate/ manipulate her.  He can also be the man on whom she keeps her faith in a naive manner.

The houses can be replaced for signs, for e.g. Deja in 1st house can be interpreted as Deja in Aries. Let me know your views on this article.

Read related article about Nessus in Houses, Signs and Synastry

Comments

Kimberly S said…
As with your Nessus article, thiss too is spot-on. I had an ex who would post things on fb "victimize" me, and my Deja fell in his 11th house.
thank you, this is how it works. I didn't want to sound negative or obnoxious just realistic. You can follow my blog or like my page https://www.facebook.com/ScorpioManLoveLustAndObsession/
Ann tyler said…
I can't find where these placements are in my natal chart.
Ann Tyler go to astro.com and in extended chart selection put 157 or else I can help you locate it. Just subscribe to my blog- It's Free! thx for the visit :)
Dejanira conjunct Sado, both conjunct Pluto in 12th?
Hi, Laura it means there is a lot of past life pain and anguish. At some point you will have to release it, you will meet those who pained you.
Anonymous said…
Consider your bottom explanation of "male" and "female" as energy and not necessarily outward physical appearance.
Nicole said…
So I’m trying to understand the synastry aspect of Dejanira . Both of our Dejanira fall in the Leo 4th house. Would you say that we both feel victimized by each other with this placement? I feel he’s very verbally aggressive with me, and myself not so much. We both also have Nessus in the 3rd cancer house though making communication harsh.
@anonymous outward appearance has nothing to do with it. Dejanira is the vibes, for that matter beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder that's how astrology works.
@Nicole, I believe you are mentioning synastry placements and not natal ones, am I correct?
Nicole said…
@Aishwarya Ghatat, yes. In synastry.
@Nicole, is Aishwarya Gharat. In any case, if you are mentioning synastry then I'll highlight to you the basic themes. Nessus is the want to possess, it's untamed, incessant and your ID. Dejanira is innocence, submission, confusion, sometimes the want to be possessed leading to victimization.

When your Deja falls in the fourth house, the house person may try to patronize the deja person. When in Leo, he or she'll think it to be his birth right or dominate without asking for consent. However, Deja should always be viewed along with Nessus and never alone. It is important to see what one person's Nessus does in his or her chart. The one who has a strong Nessus may act like a victim but may have an upper hand in the relationship.

Nessus in third house is speaking without control. In the house of cancer, it may be cranky, emotional ranting full of highs and lows. If you feel that you are not that aggressive, then it might because of a stronger Deja in your chart. If your Deja is in good aspects with Moon,Venus or Jupiter then you might be the softer one. Also, Deja with Valentine or other love asteroids is soft. While is Nessus acts like he's the boss.



Anonymous said…
I was sexually abused in my childhood. Only 2 incidents are clear enough to have a solid memory of it. The first one I was around the age of 5. The other at the age of 14. Dejanira is in my 10th house in Scorpio, not conjunct with any planet, 9° from Neptune, 12° from Vesta, and 13° from Venus. It is square Uranus and Quintile Pluto. My question is why is it showing me being a victim in a professional sense, when I was a sexual abuse victim as a child?
This is a very good question. If you don't mind I would be happy to look into your chart. DM me on FB page:https://www.facebook.com/ScorpioManLoveLustAndObsession/.

Now, to answer your question. It also depends upon the house your deja falls in their chart. What aspect she does in their chart. That's why I have added the synastry part.

Now, for you, Scorpio is the sign of sex and hidden things. It also rules power. So, I assume that you were bullied and sexually abused. Uranus is the planet of chaos, abrupt, illogical and out of the blue meetings. It squares your Dejanira which falls in your 10th house. May I know your Uranus falls? I guess either in the 1st or 7th. Pluto rules your 10th house, Pluto is the planet of power, sex and hidden things.

Therefore, in your professional circumstances, you may find the return of the past. There may be issues related to power, sex, hidden things that can bring out your childhood abuse patterns bring out chaos (Uranus). The chaos can come from you or from your partner/s if the Uranus is in the 1st or 7th house.

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