Horary: Can the tooth be saved

I have just left the dentist and the  trip has sent me reeling. Photo showed a tricky hole in a back molar – totally invisible to the naked eye. The hole is almost touching the nerve (hence the pain) – and since the dentist is poised to go on two weeks holidays – a decision was made there and then to remove the nerve this afternoon at 15.30. Only when the filling has been taken out – and the dentist can see first hand the full extent of the damage – can a decision be taken whether this molar can be saved at all. Pulling might be the only realistic option- the hole is deep and a crown needs a base if it is to be placed at all.

The horary question asked: Can this tooth be saved? Feb. 17, 2010, 13.57, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The first house shows the body – including the teeth – and its ruler is the Moon in Aries. Mars – is in the first house and symbolises pain and the hole in the tooth. Mars also rules surgery, cutting, drilling and the discomfort this brings. The ruler of the seventh – symbolises my ally, my first line of defence in all of this – i.e. the dentist. My dentist is symbolised by Saturn (ruler of teeth) exalted in Libra (my dentist is a woman) and retrograde (about to go on holiday ?)  and approaching a sextile to Mars. Yes… I will go to that appointment this afternoon – even though my instinct tells me to run a mile in the opposite direction. However, the sextile is slow to form – too slow perhaps. The South Node conjunct the ascendant – is not a good sign – and the Moon is ruled by as opposed to ruler of Mars. 

The next aspect the Moon makes is to Mercury – ruled by Saturn – the dentist’s report. Interestingly,  after the news, the position of the tooth symbolised by the Moon- improves. When the question is posed – the Moon in Aries (the tooth)  is peregrine – which means teetering on the brink of extinction if you like. But – however much the tooth hates the treatment (Saturn is in fall in Aries ) – after its sextile with Mercury  (the news, the treatment?) it gains in essential dignity. It is in a better position than before. I feel quite elated  typing this. My conclusion: the tooth can be saved.  


Over Liz Hathway

Liz Hathway is a British born astrologer currently based in Amsterdam. Liz studied astrology at the Kosmos in Amsterdam, at the Faculty of Astrological Studies in London and with well known horary astrology John Frawley. Liz also holds an MA (with distinction) in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology, from the University of Wales, in Lampeter, and was short-listed for the 2016 Alumni Association MA CAA Dissertation Prize.
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