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astrology (zodiac personalities)

astrology (zodiac personalities)

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Fire Water Air Earth
Aries
Taurus
Gemini
Cancer
Leo
Virgo
Libra
Scorpio
Sagittarius
Capricorn
Aquarius
Pisces
Sign
Symbol
Keyword
HouseBody
Aries
Ram
Self
1
head,face
Taurus
Bull
Possessions
2
neck,throat
Gemini
Twins
Communication3
lungs,arms
Cancer
Crab
Home
4
breasts,
digestion
Leo
Lion
Pleasure
5
heart, back
Virgo
Virgin
Health
6
stomach,
intestines
Libra
Scales
Partner
7
kidneys
Scorpio
Scorpion
Sex
8
sex organs
SagittariusArcher
Philosophy
9
hips, thighs
CapricornSea Goat
Social Status
10
skin, teeth,
bones
AquariusWater
Bearer
Friends
11
ankles
Pisces
Fish
Unconscious
12
feet
Sign
ElementQualityDay/NightRuling Planet
Aries
Fire
Cardinal Day
Mars
Taurus
Earth
Fixed
Night
Venus
Gemini
Air
Mutable Day
Mercury
Cancer
Water
Cardinal Night
Moon
Leo
Fire
Fixed
Day
Sun
Virgo
Earth
Mutable Night
Mercury
Libra
Air
Cardinal Day
Venus
Scorpio
Water
Fixed
Night
Mars/Pluto
SagittariusFire
Mutable Day
Jupiter
CapricornEarth
Cardinal Night
Saturn
AquariusAir
Fixed
Day
Saturn/Uranus
Pisces
Water
Mutable Night
Jupiter/Neptune

We look at ten Planets in the study of Astrology, beginning with
the Sun and the Moon, also known as luminaries. Additionally,
there are Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus,
Neptune and Pluto. The energy of the Planets influences our
everyday lives. That said, it's what we do with this energy that
truly matters.

The more recently-recognized Planets (Uranus, Neptune and
Pluto) do not dilute the message of the other Planets, they
simply add to our spectrum of experience. Many consider Jupiter
to be the most benevolent of the Planets, with Venus a close
second. The Sun, Moon and Mercury also tend to cast a golden
glow. On the flip side of things is Saturn's hard energy, followed
by the sharpness of Mars, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.

The Planets move at varying speeds, some faster (the Moon)
and some slower (Pluto), depending on how close they are to
the Sun. The fastest Planets (Moon, Mercury, Venus and Mars)
are commonly referred to as the inner Planets and speak to the
inner self. The social Planets are Jupiter and Saturn, while the
outer Planets (Uranus, Neptune and Pluto) fix their gaze on the
external world.

Each of the Planets exerts its most powerful energy over the
Sign it rules. This is also referred to as the Sign of its dignity.
There is a second Sign with which each Planet interacts well,
known as the Sign of its exaltation. Directly opposite each
Planet's Sign of dignity is the Sign of detriment; this Planet's
energy is generally unfavorable. Opposite the Sign of exaltation
is the Sign of fall; these Planets exhibit a weakened energy. A
Planet in its natural House (such as Mars in Aries) is

accidentally dignified and strengthened as a result. Perhaps the
most important Planet of all is the one that rules theAscendant.
For example, those withVirgo on the Ascendant will find that
Mercury, as the ruler of Virgo, exerts a considerable influence
over their chart.

The movement of the Planets is categorized as stationary, direct
orretrograde. A stationary Planet (which will soon be direct or
retrograde) brings with it highly-focused and significant energy.
Direct Planets also exert considerable influence. It is the
retrograde Planets which serve to mix things up. By appearing to
move backward, these Planets generate a diffused and
unfocused energy. The message of retrograde Planets will be
garbled and less effective as a result.

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