Mercury in House 9
The natives of Mercury in the 9 house can readily see the larger picture and enjoy sharing their opinions and ideas with others. They know very well as to how information affects people’s lives and thus ensure that they share with others anything new that they have learnt from others. If their information or suggestions inspire others to take some new action, the natives of Mercury in the 9th house feel delighted. The natives of Mercury in the 9th house may be especially interested in learning about different cultures and lands. When Mercury is in the 9th house, there is a sharp increase in one’s spiritual inclination. In fact, the natives may even become spiritual speakers due to the influence of Mercury in the 9th house transit. However, the natives have a tendency to think a lot about matters of little concern. These natives have very high knowledge, they can be a good resource of inspiration for others.
These people are endowed with analytic and observational aptitudes, great adaptive powers, and a great talent to solve problems with little to no effort. They find it very refreshing to talk to people, share their ideas and convince others of the veracity of their claims. It’s very fulfilling and satisfying when others change in good as a result of their advice. These 9th house Mercury natives are the eternal wanderers, the permanent students and people who genuinely believe they always have something to learn, that the world is boundless and filled with an immense quantity of knowledge. They are the people who would instantly choose knowledge or mental capacity if they had a choice to be offered a boon. Philosophy, theology, science, ethics, and existentialism, are but a few of their interests, some of the most expansive and interesting. If a journey has to be made, great efforts have to be put at the altar of knowledge, they will not hesitate. Moreover, the truth has to be anchored in logic and reason for them to perceive it as such. They will never get bored or ever stop learning because it’s such an interesting and fascinating thing to do. Absolutely everything in this world, even the simplest of things, hide immeasurable interesting things within it, untold mysteries that no one knows of.
Mercury in the ninth house suggests a very intelligent person who loves learning and expanding their horizons. Mental stimulation is essential here. This placement shows a life-long student, and often a teacher, too! The sign of Mercury shows in what way you process information and learn the best. For example, a Mercury in Virgo prefers to analyse everything and pays attention even to the tiniest details (and this makes this placement one of the most powerful Mercury signs, it’s in the sign of its rulership, after all!). A Mercury in Pisces, on the other hand, loves to get lost in the subject, and concentrate very deeply until they intuitively understand what they are learning in and out. Mercury in the ninth house suggests an above-average intelligence and communication skills. One of the greatest strengths of a natal Mercury in the ninth house is its capacity to see the big picture. You have the ability to put all the small pieces together, and understand how the system works as a whole. This placement suggests that you have strong intuition. This placement suggests an avid reader. Mercury in the ninth house is a very open-minded and curious placement. There is an insatiable hunger for wisdom. You keep searching for it through any ways you can think of. You make a good storyteller, too. Depending on the sign of your Mercury, you share your thoughts in a funny and entertaining way.
You are eternally curious and hunger for knowledge. You enjoy studying and learning, and do it not because you have to, but because you want to. You enjoy exchanging ideas and personal philosophies with others. You can be especially buoyant, enthusiastic, and even inspiring in your communications. While you may not pay enough attention to details, you are skilled at finding a quick solution to problems. You readily see the bigger picture and enjoy sharing your opinions and ideas. You get off on how information affects people’s lives, and you take great pleasure in learning that something you have shared or taught has inspired others to take action, experience something new, or make changes in their lives. Some of you might be too quick to offer advice, however, that might be lacking in thoroughness and practicality, or that you yourself don’t follow. You may be especially interested in learning about different cultures and lands.