This was originally from the August 3rd newsletter:
Leo is the sign of drama. This literally includes theater and film, but can also mean the drama in your life, both good and bad. The house with Leo on the cusp (the cusp of a house is the very beginning of that house) in your natal chart can show where drama seems to find you, or you're a little dramatic (should I say drama queen?), though it doesn't have to be bad drama since Leo can be fun too.
Since the 1st house rules you, a Leo rising can show you come across as a dramatic person (though with the rising, we tend to play up the better parts of the sign, so people can enjoy your theatrics in a light, humorous way - think Justin Timberlake). With the 2nd house, it can be financially; with the 6th house, with your work; and with the 10th house, with your career. Actually, Leo on any of these house cusps can be great for someone in the arts and entertainment industry (quite common on the 10th house cusp).
The 3rd house cusp in Leo can make you theatrical, dramatic with the way you communicate and express yourself, while the 9th house can make your theatrics bigger, or the drama in your life bigger, but you keep a good attitude about it. Both are good for writers. The 7th house cusp in Leo can bring theatrics in your relationships (or you have relationships with theatrical people), while the 11th house can bring friendships that are theatrical or with theatrical people.
Drama and theater can be in your home life with Leo on the 4th house cusp, though you can also have more joy, or have a dramatic parent. With the 8th house, drama can lead you to make transformations in your life, or you make transformations in a dramatic way.
The 5th house is naturally ruled by Leo, so if you have Leo on this house cusp, you can feel at ease with drama, like it's less of a problem. If you have Leo on the 12th house cusp, you can hide the drama and theatrics, not wanting anyone to see, or experience drama behind the scenes.
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