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which required complex calculations to convert to tropical degrees. Long before there were horoscopes. Central America. Babylon. of virtually every ancient civilization of which we have record. India. the available star lists were limited. easily converted to tropical degrees) to the Equator (Right Ascension). Only in the last two decades of the 20th century did computers. Celestial Longitude. and the firmament sheweth his handiwork. constellations and lunar mansions are the most ancient astrological heritages of humankind. conversion programs and extensive star catalogues make it possible for astrologers to return to basic research on the stars and to the study of their effects. Greece. and by the mid-19th-century astronomers had shifted their focus from the Ecliptic (i. 19: 1-2 Fixed stars. their positions outdated. .Psalms. and we may now benefit from their learning. and new information hard to come by. Akkad. so below. Egypt.Page 5 2 3 4 Fixed Stars The heavens declare the glory of god. "as above. and night unto night sheweth knowledge. under the universally-held doctrine. houses or signs (or even systems of writing!) the dedicated priest-astrologers of Sumer. Phoenicia. China. -.e. and attempted to relate their observations to the experiences of humankind. carefully observed and analyzed sky-patterns. knowledge once available only to the most learned priests of the earliest civilizations has at last come into our hands. indeed. aspects. Day unto day uttereth speech. At the same time." Until recently it was difficult for modern astrologers to research stars.
that is. galaxies.not even light . X-rays from these (and other) sources reach and are absorbed by Earth's atmosphere. but I have not indicated this in the text. so it is possible that their energies may manifest in our lives.i. black holes. projected perpendicularly onto the ecliptic and expressed in celestial longitude. Each individual's chart placements are adjusted for precession (using epoch 2000. trebles. Black holes are dying stars collapsed into infinite density. Most bright stars are actually multiples (doubles. each with its appropriate starset. This is the astrologers' tool.Page 6 2 3 4 5 The ecliptica is the primary resonating-board or interface for the multidimensional contents of the heavens.can escape. etc). Everything in the sky is brought to this plane which is our path around the Sun. gravity so intense that nothing . an invisible belt of sensitivity on which all phenomena in the sky can be projected and ordered. like the measuring-rod of a carpenter.0) and then entered. in degrees along the Ecliptic measured from 0 Aries. One possibility is that they are collapsed neutron stars pressured into infinite curvature of space and infinite gravity. .e. -. It is now thought that most galaxies may have black holes at their cores. 2003 All stars and DSO's (deep space objects . the Vernal Equinox point.Sander Littel. seen from our planet. clusters etc) in this work have been converted from Right Ascension and Declination.
i. and formative matrix that will best . set of parents. These overlays are confusing at first. locale. most of tropical Leo covers the Cancer Crab (however. schooling. each sign of this tropical zodiac now largely overlays the star-figure that once preceded it. has chosen a body. conjuring images of helplessness. tropical Capricorn has taken over the original stars of the half-human. but the actuality is that the soul. tropical Aquarius overlays the Sea-Goat's stars. in each lifetime." over more than two thousand years the zodiac of signs. sexual polarity. tropical Gemini has backed onto the mighty Bull of Heaven. tropical Libra now lies in the midst of the ancient Virgin-goddess.Page 7 2 3 4 5 6 The Tropical And Sidereal Zodiacs Because of a phenomenon called "precession of the equinoxes. Fate is a harsh word. largely moving away from the ancient sky figures that gave them their original names and identities. half-equine Archer. that is. tropical Sagittarius rides the back of the menacing Scorpion. tropical Cancer now overlays the original Gemini Twins. economic situation. of our familiar tropical degrees. has gradually shifted backward. passivity. zodiac). and tropical Pisces largely overlays the figure of the original Water-Pourer. For while I believe that the tropical zodiac is the most useful for day to day interpretation of horoscopes. but they actually become enlightening when we search for the deeper layers of astrology's very ancient sources. tropical Virgo occupies the stars of the body and tail of the Lion. the Lion's head and forepaws are still Leo in both the tropical and sidereal. Our tropical sign of Aries now overlays most of the original sky-figure of the Pisces fishes. it is the ancient sky-pattern figures that reveal the "fated." totemic level of our lives. most of tropical Scorpio overlays the Scales of Justice.e. "what's-the-use-of-trying" emotions. constellational. the sign of Taurus overlays the stars of the sky-Ram. because of the uneven length of the ancient figures.
and thus not visible in the place of his birth. astronauts. daring. Another client. Many Cancers. 0 . or even just seasonal markers . whatever his or her latitude of birth. for instance. because even more than the stars themselves. and therefore would never be visible at that place. or the tropical sign of Cancer. should be used by astrologers. length and breadth of every figure. our co-creation with God. does seem to relate to indigenous peoples. I have described each star's placement within its constellation figure. courageous tropical Leo and his underlying sensitive. born Jewish in Chicago (41N52) has Venus and Neptune (the latter co-ruler of his 9th house of religion) aligned in celestial longitude with stars of the Southern Cross (56 to 64. he became a convert to Christianity. that there is nothing casual or coincidental in the constellational sky.Page 8 2 3 4 5 6 7 nurture the spirit and carry it forward in the direction it has chosen to explore. competitive adventurers! It is the task of each of us to find ways to reconcile these differences and make them work creatively in our lives. It has been suggested that only the brightest stars. or filmmakers. designed to express the energies of its sky-space. is heir to. after years of research. first. at 9 Aries 42 and 24 Leo 15 respectively. these areas were once called the "Sphaera Barbarica" and are as vital and important as the twelve familiar ecliptic-dwellers. for instance. in 2000) produce powerful effects that belie their pallid visual impacts. is never visible from Shelter Island. and the entire cosmos is both within and without each of us. The universe is not "out there" . the brightest star in the constellation of the great ship) for instance. the Indian. the full constellation figures. It has been my experience that the most meaningful and exciting reactions from clients come when I describe the constellation patterns and individual fixed stars on their charts (usually at the end of a reading). I have not found this to be a useful approach. carry important messages and second.5 Scorpio) in the far southern skies. indeed. home-loving. and although Crux is never visible above 27º north geographic latitude. There are a few notable exceptions: Indus. careful.5 south declination. while others expand Cancer's love of home to love of homeland and become super-patriotic. It was astonishing to discover. on a client's chart who was born there. position. but now fully overlaying the original Gemini siblings. and traveling on water has been a major part of her life.each one is an intensely sophisticated icon. risk-taking test pilots. then it has no influence there and should not be used in the birth chart. with the Sun. For the most part I have kept to the ancient sky-figures and left out the "modern" constellations created in the 17th and 18th centuries. and/or those close to the ecliptic. or Olympic athletes! There is no longer a need to debate whether the tropical or sidereal zodiac is to be preferred. including those of the Sphaera Barbarica. They combine their energies! It has become apparent to me that the universe is imprinted upon and within us. who were rollicking. There is often a profoundly personal emotional response that resonates on a "life-myth" level of being. cautious. but also the outlying. between proud. as far as can be ascertained (some of . Frequently a client's deepest conflicts are delineated by the difference between the archetypes of the tropical signs and the original constellations: the variance. the entirety of the universe. non-zodiacal aggregations that seem to fly above or swim below the Sun's eternal path. for instance. After years of research. each of us resides at the focal center of our personal universe. The great 1st-magnitude star Canopus (Alpha Argo Navis. because some rather dim stars (4th-magnitude Omicron Leonis and Mu Cephei.13. each posture. permitting themselves the vicarious experience of danger and adventure while actually remaining quite snug and safe. New York (latitude 41N00). the constellations are in no way arbitrary. Each member of the human race. become actors. and part of. I strongly take issue with the idea that if a star is not able to rise at a particular location or birthplace. has its reason and message. it has become apparent to me that all of the sky belongs to all of humanity. vulnerable star-Crab. for instance. longitudes or visual passages. self-protective. her parents went to great trouble to arrange for her to be born on their boat. yet its degree of celestial longitude exactly culminates. Every named star has been included. And it is not only the ecliptic figures that play a part in our lives.it is within and a part of all of us. writers. without strictures or curtailments relating to birth latitudes. casual.
I can only hope that something can be inferred about the inner lives of the "Jane Jones" from the more prominent sharers of her stars. While a few may fail to even try. however. rather than the reader him/herself. considered the greatest ancient authority on constellation figures. often unnoticed performers of our daily tasks? For the most part. I. right-wrong delineations. the stars of constellations do not seem to limn the figures they are said to represent." so little could be read of her soul from that description. both spiritual and worldly. and a not-very-well played one. laboratory assistants. Aratus in many examples makes this clear. hands. they were left out. Each one proffers energies that may be used for good or ill. when I began my research I discounted their insistence upon the importance of the placements of various arms. individuals completely apart from ourselves ." -Hipparchus. Astronomica. These are never. Roman astrologer Manilius. each constellation figure is described as it is seen from Earth (rather than reversed as in a "god's-eye" view as some old sky maps show them). this is from his only surviving work: "All stars' positions are fixed with reference to our point of view. only because if. generalizations. heads. rather than being "good" or "bad. writing almost 2 centuries later. My early insouciance has had its comeuppance! Hipparchus and Manilius were simply stating facts. assertive person in the life. As for the examples given under each starset and planet. a sort of ancient "connect-the-dots" game.as souls we draw them into our lives. I wrote "Jane Jones. and the reader none the wiser about the energies of her placements. for this approach I have the authority of the 2nd-century BCE astronomer-astrologer Hipparchus. There are no wholly benefic or wholly malefic stars. as they draw us. I included as many positives as possible. Venus." embody a polarity of issues. as if they were turned towards us. concerns and struggles that must be addressed in a lifetime. 1-8 It is interesting that this extraordinary scientist (discoverer of precession of the equinoxes) went to the trouble of writing a 2-volume work detailing the exact postures and positions of the constellation figures. it seemed to me (as it seems to almost everyone) that the constellations are fairly arbitrary. I am keenly aware of the distortions that must result from the use of only famous or notorious people . nothing exists without reason or has been uselessly created. the Moon may describe the mother or a childhood nurturer. however. and it should be noted that each planet can describe a person or persons in the reader's life. for instance. rather than deterministic good-bad. they have turned out to be extremely important. As I entered data it became apparent to me that stars and constellations. Saturn a teacher. Each polarity really spans one issue . others might overcome great difficulties and achieve success. of course. legs. stands for loved ones. it demonstrates the importance he placed on their precise locations and delineations." -.Manilius. Book II (ca 10 CE) Far from following these ancient authorities slavishly. Arati et Eudoxi Phaenomena. the quiet. and Mercury may represent a sibling. where the free will of the individual is tasked with the responsibility of choosing. for instance. farmers.where are the homemakers.Page 9 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 these placements are open to question. In working towards interpretations for each starset. carried forward this idea: "You must not divert your attention from the smallest detail. Mars an aggressive. 4. and so have been attempted). neighbor or co-worker. what I actually found in each case were polarities of concerns that were likely to come up in each life. The descriptions of planetary influences are. eyes. secretaries. manifesting and actively expressing the positive polarity. except if one or another of them is in profile. Jupiter can be an uncle or avuncular person. at that! With only a few exceptions. but did not shrink from negatives. correcting errors in Eudoxos and Aratus. father or father-figure. Left or right means the figure's own left or right. secretary. social workers. in all instances where he clearly describes the right or left portion of a constellation his description agrees with this hypothesis.a person may express one side of it or the other: .
300. Precession corrections. Even for some born in the 20th century with a planet in a late degree. Because I wanted to wanted to check out all stars. activists for tolerance versus haters and bigots. then in tropical Pisces. and are making choices about where to stand: the issue will constantly crop up in their lives. is that the original tropical signs and rulerships hold sway on each chart. a person born under one tropical sign might now appear to be placed in another. is at 1 Aries 20). and they are not likely to be indifferent or passive about it.Page Page 10 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 peacemakers and warmongers. which in 2000 was at 1 Aries 43. idealists and cynics. precession corrections simply serve to indicate which stars the original placements were aligned with. in this regard. I began with a long list and often added to it as I worked. Michaelangelo. not just the most famous. The stars included in this study were culled from this "master list.0. The longitude spans given for each Starset in this report have been adjusted for the date of birth of the individual. each and all are "sensitive" to the issue at hand. precession corrected to 2000. was born with the Sun at 24 Pisces 01 in 1475. Thus. may appear to cause a chart's position(s) to change signs. ending up with about 2. but because of precession." . are now at the beginning of tropical Aries (the closest is 26 Piscium in the tail of the West Fish. The important thing to remember. or brightest. because of precession. precession correction may take the planet into the next sign. especially for ancient charts. or those nearest the ecliptic. the stars his Sun aligned with. for instance. his Sun. for instance.
Page Page 10 11 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 About this Report The stars represented on each horoscope mark. I believe. S for South or Southern. Lt. E for East or Eastern. a person prone to anger and violence who has learned to contain his/her rage will get no medal for it. Colonel and Major. anguish and temptation. There is rarely publicity when a thief quietly decides to turn his or her life around. W for West or Western. an accountant who has resisted the impulse to embezzle funds gets no pat on the back . quiet victories of the soul struggling against darkness.and can't even tell anyone about it! These are victories nonetheless. The tests are acute. they are usually hidden away from others. the points where a soul will be most intensely and constantly tested. WWII for World War I and II. CEO for Chief Executive Officer. the failures (sometimes public) devastating. Gov for Governor. Brig. N for North or Northern. Brigadier. Sen. Prof for professor. Capt. Pres for President. It stands for the forces of the spirit struggling against the forces of darkness" Abbreviations WWI. under "star": "As a light shining in the darkness. Admiral. Gen. . Maj instead of General. PM for Prime Minister. Captain. Lieutenant. Col. for Senator. a star is a symbol of the spirit. Cirlot's Dictionary of Symbols has. Adm. but while the victories are uplifting.
Cambridge. Part II. Project Hindsight: Berkeley Springs. Translated by Robert Zoller. Researches into the Origin of the Primitive Constellations of the Greeks. Morse.Page Page 10 11 12 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Sources General sources: Hermes. Ptolemy.. Manilius. except what can be gleaned from his "current events" references and encomiums to the two Emperors he was working under .E. 1977. The Living Stars. Loeb Classical Library. Phoenicians. 1993. Loeb Classical Library. Williams & Norgate. London and New York. attributed to Hermes Trismegistus is a Latin astrological compendium that may contain translations of Hermetic material dating from 2nd century B. Cambridge. 1988 Kunitzsch. Virtually nothing is known of Manilius. Robert Brown Jr . trans G P Goold. fragmentary Euphratean cuneiform texts stored in the British Museum. MA. Although some of his work has been superceded by later scholars. it remains a major source. Amethyst Books.these place his work somewhere between 5 and 15 CE. Paul and Smart. WV. Tetrabiblos. Liber Hermetis. Brown was a philologist who translated crumbling.C. 1971. and Babylonians . a Roman. Eric. The Liber Hermetis. Short Guide to Modern Star Names and their Derivations . although much of the material is related to the Greek astrologers Vettius Valens and Rhetorius and the Latin writer Firmicus Maternus. Claudius Ptolemy's Tetrabiblos or the Quadripartite Mathematical Thesis (2nd Century CE) is considered the seminal text of Western Astrology. Tim . trans F E Robbins. Harvard University Press. London 1899. Harvard University Press. He is supposed to have been working from the now-lost star catalogue of Hipparchus (2nd Century BCE). Astronomica. . MA.
0. 1988 List of Black Hole Candidates compiled by Wm.net/relativity/bhctable. Element. The Aquarian Press. MA 1988 Sources for determinant stars of Lunar Mansions (note: the spans of Hindu Lunar Mansions as currently used no longer completely jibe with their original determinant stars) H Norman Lockyer: from NATURE. MA and Cambridge University Press. 1261. positions in Right Ascension and Declination translated into Celestial Longitude using conversion option in Mark Pottenger's CCRS Horoscope Program: AGS Software. 1987 Al-Biruni: The Book of Instruction in the Elements of the Art of Astrology (Gaznah. 1029 CE): Luzac & Co. London. MA and Cambridge University Press. Dover Publications. 1982 NGC 2000. NY 1969 Derek Walters: Chinese Astrology. Sky Publishing Corp. Edited by Roger W Sinnott. Cambridge.0 (2 Vols). 1986 Allen. Inc. their Lore and Meaning . R Ramsay Wright Valerie J Roebuck: The Circle of Stars . An Introduction to Indian Astrology. No. Richard Hinckley. Cambridge. Edited by Alan Hirshfeld and Roger W Sinnott. Cambridge.html (updated 30 January 2004). Shaftesbury. Dorset/Rockport. 12 28 1893. 1934. MA.johnstonarchive. Robert Johnston: http://www. Orleans.Page Page 10 11 12 13 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Harrassowitz: Wiesbaden. Star Names. Sky Publishing Corp. 1963 (reprint of 1899 original) Sources for longitudes and other coordinates: Sky Catalogue 2000. Wellingborough. Vol 49 Vivian Robson: The Fixed Stars and Constellations in Astrology: Samuel Weiser Inc. 1992 . New York. Cambridge. trans.
"the greatest of Muslim travelers. visually-oriented. the Chained Woman. experience and express the energies of these stars. Thomas Malthus. eruptions. Under King Cepheus and his daughter Princess Andromeda. 14 Andromedae in the chained right wrist of Andromeda the Chained Woman. lost all six of her children born alive. 1st century CE Roman Emperor.some may even enjoy violence. both led cultural revolutions). art. adaptive. restless. politician and archeologist (lost left eye in a military action).6°Ar50' to 9°Ar55' Venus is aligned with starset Dheneb Venus is the planet of love. USAF Major and astronaut. assassination attempts. Among the issues you will deal with under these stars are power." Major John Wesley Powell . Muhammad Ibn Battutah . the Fishes and stars of the modern figure of Fornax the Furnace. calming. adventurous. Charles Darwin. sensual and seductive. asphyxiation. original. anthropologist. You tend to be obsessive. the King. Dheneb (which means "tail") is Eta Ceti in the flank of Cetus the Sea-Monster. 18th-19th century economist and demographer who theorized that population will always tend to outrun food supply. Venus is the channel through which you receive. social impulses. go to the extremes of terrorism or murder (the Sea-Monster's influence). Abraham Lincoln . ethnologist. daring and rebellious. need excitement and challenge. 17th-18th-century Queen Anne of England (18 pregnancies. charming. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: eye and ear problems. 1st to voyage . beauty and art. explorer and author. You delight in large tasks. Within you there is a breadth of talents. A few here. Mu Cephei is a star in the head of Cepheus. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (Andromeda. possible danger from burns (very high score of fires here). With the added influence of tropical Aries. politician. Moshe Dayan . Psi Pegasi in the body of Pegasus the Winged Horse. and whether to fight to the end in conflicts or to agree to back off or compromise (both with others and within yourself). explosions. the Chained Woman!) (suffered from depression) (assassinated). and you are capable of bringing order and regulation to chaotic situations or fields of knowledge. its uses and/or abuses. there may be father-daughter issues. 19th-century geologist. innovative. inventions). fascinated by how things work. you love to travel to exotic places and are drawn to occupations involving excitement and danger. it is affectionate. fatigue. gas events. "The Garnet Star" in the head of Cepheus the King. brooding over wrongs. panic attacks) (born the same day as Lincoln.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Your Starsets Starset DHENEB . astronomy. along with interest in the occult. a star that is accompanied in these celestial longitudes by Mu Cephei. single-minded. engineering. receptive. even to the extent of putting yourself or others in harm's way. including (but not necessarily) possible physical and/or sexual abuse. and a potential for genius and great inspiration (especially in mathematics. Israeli general. The energy here is intense. conservationist. meteorite falls Examples of Venus here include Hadrian . emotional instability. Sen John East of North Carolina (wheelchair-polio). head injuries. and many here are absolutists. 19th-century US President. believing in machismo and the use of force . Lord Randolph Churchill (Winston's father). and that the betterment of mankind is impossible without limits on reproduction. drawn to freedom and power. In your horoscope. and constantly test the edges of danger and experience. You have the potential to make original contributions in whatever field you enter. five of them in infancy). 14th-century traveler and travel writer . head wounds. a wide-ranging mind. Chancellor of the Exchequer (died of syphilis). 19th-century naturalist whose "The Origin of Species" published in 1859 caused intense controversy (suffered intestinal illness. desire. dim stars of Pisces. Leroy G Cooper . Here King Cepheus and high-flying Pegasus inspire extraordinary achievements that carry humankind into new knowledge and realizations.
saw to proper land use. primal animal energy that can bring great achievements. a great raconteur"). and family background. the Sea-Monster's head. writers. blues pianist-singer. protected the weak against tyranny. jurists. reunions. 19th-century poet and critic. scholars. the Triangle. fashion editor ("nervy. Nellie Bly . the Ram. Edna St Vincent Millay . W E B DuBois . the River's west bend. Philipp Melanchthon . and Upsilon Andromedae was a star of the Great Celestial General and Commander of Horses who held high responsibility for welfare of the state." and can be brutal in your drive to the top. Gamma Ceti in Cetus. In ancient China Hamal was part of the lunar mansion Leou "The Reapers" or "Mound. diplomats. reformer and educator. shepherds guarding sacred sacrificial animals. the Chained Woman's right leg and Upsilon Andromedae in her left leg. so that spiritual advancement can occur). and Metallah . quick tempered and imperious. John Mills . and you have a strong attachment to your mother. Those born under these stars have the capacity to make excellent military leaders." "Bond" ruling harvests. author. 16th-century theoretician and historian of dance ("Orchesographie"). comedian. Eta Eridani in Eridanus. Stevie Wonder . You are proud. singer (blind). In your horoscope. and the fields of farming. the earth itself draws you. experience and express the energies of these stars. poets. Alpha Cassiopeiae in the breast of Cassiopeia. Adhil. You have within you passion. extraordinarily perceptive. roots. mining and geology. it represents that which the soul has thoroughly learned and practiced (but which now must be set aside and left behind. . looking back) and Eridanus is the river of time. vanity and self-promotion in your nature. supervised troop movements and put down revolts. especially jewelers and goldsmiths (some Arab tribes saw Cassiopeia as a hand). The Ram's head is regardant (turned. politicians.000 BCE). grazing grounds. you have extraordinary imagination. On the positive side. John Burr Fairchild . but urbane. Victor Neuburg . personable. urgency and a harsh. spymaster of the Cuban revolution ("a ruthless. musicians. With the overlay of tropical Taurus. mischievous. giving you a keen interest in the past.Cetus!). ambitious. carried out sentences. it tends to take second place to your single-minded personal vision and headlong rush towards the accomplishment of your goals. stars of the Ram's head formed the hilt of Gam .4°Ta04' to 7°Ta04' The South Node is aligned with starset Hamal The South Node represents “fated” karmic connections and habits. artists. you have a great feeling for your native land and cultural heritage. Hamal is Alpha Arietis in the horn of Aries. composer ("And God Created Great Whales" . archaeology and traditions. Even though you may be animated by idealism. and musical rites of thanksgiving for the general harmony and well-being of the empire. negative traits that are hard to shed. Al Kaff al Jidmah. actor. adventurous 19th-century news reporter. Emotionally intense. playwright. with a good deal of egotism. willful and militant. scientists. T H White . like to "test the edges. Carl Reiner . and occultists (especially astrologers). a star that is accompanied in these celestial longitudes by Schedir. Manuel Pineiro . in Triangulum. Sean O'Faolain . Anthony Van Dyck (17th-century). spiteful. Azha. influential"). Xi Andromedae in Andromeda. brash. Intensely proud of your nation. 15th-century theologian. the South Node is the channel through which you receive. the Queen. but only if you can tame your impulsive aggressiveness and learn to listen to reason. publisher of the 1st classification of American Indian languages (lost lower right arm at Battle of Shiloh).Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 length of the Grand Canyon on the Colorado River. actor. a Scimitar. Winslow Homer . administration of vassal states. intellectual author and Pan African activist. landscaping. In the very ancient lunar mansions of Sumer and Akkad (ca 3. Charles Baudelaire . eloquence and perception. Otis Spann . Thoinot Arbeau . artists. also assemblies. environmentalism. a “quicksand” area that holds back and weakens the soul. Alan Hovhaness . philosophers. craftsmen. spies. arbitrary. comedy writer and producer Starset HAMAL . unrepentant revolutionary. Alpha Trianguli. in history.
24°Li42' to 27°Li24' Mars is aligned with starset Izar Action-oriented Mars represents physical energy. the Herdsman. strength. you are a strong leader. 19th-century naturalist whose "The Origin of Species" published in 1859 caused intense controversy (suffered intestinal illness. visual impact. but also Archangel and Virgin Mary apparitions Examples of the SouthNode here include Abraham Lincoln . greatness and terror. hunted down. cruel.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Hamal has been linked to the ability to rise to an influential position. Queen Cassiopeia restrain and civilize the headstrong Ram. Dr David Steinhardt . versus patience. violent. extremely ancient imperial Chinese Sky-Dragon. killed by partisans). gourmet. teacher and peacemaker. Nanette Fabray. Charlie Parker. fires. jockey and author. Timothy Leary. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: prone to danger from accidents. Elie Abel. If you refine your attitudes. channel your energies and eschew blunt force (you tend to believe that "might makes right"). meteorite falls. immoral. Daniel Boone . impulsiveness. arrogant. Karl Bodmer . Edwin von Manteuffel . under Aries' and Cetus' influence there is a danger that you could become dictatorial. in the waistcloth of Boötes. falls from high places. 19th-century frontiersman. 19th-century Field Marshal and diplomat. fatigue. diplomacy and peace. assassination. surgeon. Elizabeth Clare Prophet. John Steinbeck . composer. In your horoscope. Christa McAuliffe . dissipated and gluttonous. Gaston Maspero . sneering. Walter Matthau. vitality. actors. Issues and choices here include dictatorial aggression and force. musician. anger and aggression. 19th-century artist and explorer (famous for paintings of American Indians). storms. 19th-early 20th century Italian historian and statesman. imagery and drama dominate this sky-sector. David Frost . singer. Pasquale Villari. Judy Collins. photographer and environmentalist (started as musician). both led cultural revolutions). Benito Mussolini . newscaster. violent expressions of hatred. the Chained Woman!) (suffered from depression) (assassinated). drug guru. Ragnhild Hveger . guru of survivalist sect (Alzheimer's) Starset IZAR . there may be conflicts between you and one or both of your parents. Felix Mendelssohn . mountaineer and guide who climbed the world's highest mountains without supplemental oxygen (at 38 survived the 1996 Everest disaster. atrocities. Mars is the channel through which you receive. Dick Francis . self-assertion. jewelers and designers in Western decorative arts. Boötes' waist-cloth is woven with threads of glory and anguish. head wounds and injuries. usually caused by impatience. independence. these stars offer a great transformative power. a star that is accompanied in these longitudes by Delta Centauri and Rho Centauri in Centaurus. beauty and horror. plane crashes. Craig Claiborne . ambition. lost the following year in an avalanche on Annapurna). 19th-century Egyptologist. Here Princess Andromeda and her cultured mother. lack of diplomacy and an inability or unwillingness to refine attitudes and actions. Olympic champion swimmer. expert in occupational medicine. Charles Lindbergh . experience and express the energies of these stars. At your best. blindness. author. premeditated crime. jazz pianist. and Tau Virginis in Virgo. aviator. and in these same longitudes were the head and neck of the very huge. Izar (also called Pulcherrima) is Epsilon Boötis. writer on food for NY Times. Charles Darwin. disease. interviewer. Dave Brubeck . you may have left home ." Ansel Adams . but with the danger of disgrace or ruin. or a loss of one of them. panic attacks) (Lincoln and Darwin were born on the same day. Peter Carl Fabergé. the Centaur's hock and left hind thigh. 19th-century US President. It is not easy for you to kowtow to authority. the Virgin's lower gown. Anatoli Boukreev . Montgomery Clift. You combine intellectual curiosity and a love of knowledge and learning. Mickey Rooney. fascist dictator (after Italy fell in WWII. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (Andromeda. teacher (died in Challenger space shuttle disaster). "one of the greatest goldsmiths. author.
George J Mitchell of Maine. chronic ill-health and/or hypochondria. perhaps leaving you with a feeling of helplessness in the face of tragedy. essayist. adding a sacrificial motif to your life. sometimes controversial. eye problems. "Fighting Joe " Hooker . set aside for sacrificial purposes. philosophy and medicine. you may become an extremist. George Bernard Shaw. Richard Burton. Prosper Merimee. music and cuisine to express their creativity and deep-felt emotions). assisting. a natural teacher and proselytizer with a bit of the missionary added in. possible danger from battles. histologist and pathologist. Union General. injuries or ailments. and it is not usually difficult for you to attract love. poetry. polio. execution Examples of Mars here include Abraham Lincoln .is derived from a Greek root meaning "to goad"). and expect others to do the same. depression. You are inventive and creative (many born under these stars are masters of illusion. soprano. Tanaquil Le Clercq . Here punisher-redeemer Centaurus. film. 18th-century chemist and philanthropist (guillotined in French Revolution. tolerance. In your horoscope. Under the influence of the Boötes the Herdsman. Edwin von Manteuffel . associations and the need for courage to attempt new and untried experiences. astrologer. envy. mathematician Lagrange said "It took the mob only a moment to remove his head. acts of extremism. archaeologist and courtier. experience and express the energies of these stars. anguish. Sir John Fisher . actors. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (suffered from depression) (assassinated). guardian-good shepherd Bootes. terrorism. persistent. judge. paralysis. Noel Tyl. 19th-century politician. you make great demands upon yourself. English-born American journalist and broadcaster known for his weekly "Letter from America" broadcasts ("extraordinary essays that brought an enormous amount of insight and understanding to the world" . Antoine Lavoisier .5°Sc46' to 8°Sc07' The North Node is aligned with starset Nusakan The North Node represents connections. comedian. dramatist. and Tau Virginis was part of China's Celestial Fields. rage. the North Node is the channel through which you receive. you have a great interest in education. . dedicated. 19th-century physician. Charles Darwin. revenge. linguistics. addiction-prone. offering up yourself or others (centaur kentauros . loyalty versus rebellion. or have been forced into an exile of some sort. teaching and love versus jealousy. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: crippling. anatomist. Friedrich Henle . Maria Callas. leg. genetic defects. Hans Holzer. lawyer. 19th-century US President. fatigue. intent on becoming a sacrificial icon. you are charismatic. Centaurus' earliest stars are here as well. historian. Dame Edith Evans. You love animals (1st-century astrologer Manilius wrote that one born under Centaurus "knows how to apply the arts of healing to the limbs of animals"). panic attacks) (Lincoln and Darwin were born on the same day. US Civil War. perhaps suffering exile. asthma.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 early. and often choose theatre. disabilities. either imposing or battling tyranny. domination.PM Tony Blair). film director ("Nosferatu") ("one of the 2 or 3 real masters of the silent screen"). F W Murnau (Friedrich Plumpe). guide and elevate humankind. playwright and critic. British Admiral of the Fleet. generous giving. Among the issues and choices to be made in your life are atheism and/or despair versus belief and hope. both presided over social and cultural upheavals). and along with science. Jonathan Winters . a century will not suffice to reproduce it"). author and opera singer. US Sen. 19th-century author. Alistair Cooke . knee and spinal deformities. affection. self-torment. With Centaurus' underlying theme of punishment and sacrifice. 19th-century naturalist whose "The Origin of Species" published in 1859 caused intense controversy (chronic intestinal illness. punishment. brooding. and the peace-loving Virgin (called "Justicia" by the Greeks) combine their efforts to guard. philology along with considerable language ability (tropical Libra's influence). Ignatius Donnelly. writer on psi phenomena. and followers. negotiator of 1999 Irish peace accords. words. Atlantis researcher and author Starset NUSAKAN . ballerina (permanently disabled by adult-onset polio). 19th-century Field Marshal and diplomat. The Virgin's influence is devoted and peace-loving.
and this may become an issue in your life. have a great love of words. affirming the primary relationship between the celestial (vertical. gardening. poets. In ancient Akkad. but in the area of personal character and morality you do not necessarily live up to high standards. As a warrior and/or peacemaker. the Scales are here. the Southern Cross stands as a beacon of hope for humanity. head ailments. with an instinct to test your strength and endurance. with one other star. you allow nothing to stand in your way. outrageous. drought. execution Examples of the NorthNode here include Abraham Lincoln . and/or may be drawn to sadism. occultists (with a particular interest in portents). here. or true to yourself. dominance and an ability to use words like knives. Crux. insanity. Some here are nonconformists with a bit of the wild and freaky in their natures. even threats to your life. a star that is accompanied in these celestial longitudes by Rijl al Awwa . or even "heresy. feminine). botany. you may stand up for ideas that are considered unusual. "quick on the trigger. was known as "old handy" ( cheiro is the Greek prefix for "hand"): hand skills and handcrafts are important here. and an excellent sense of symbols. above and beyond all conflicts. and the equation of pleasure and pain. lawyers. under the influence of Crux. or. your keen curiosity makes you a good interviewer.or both!). active.if there is not an element of risk in your undertakings you do not feel truly alive. geographers. as well as a love of animals. obsession. "the biggest and brightest globular cluster in the sky. addiction. possible danger from fires. murder. Issues include personal character and integrity. passive. and indeed flowers. to relieve dumb creatures of disorders they cannot describe for his hearing")." Courage and "true grit" are keynotes here: once you have set your mind to do something. there may other religious issues. Centaur.is derived from a Greek root meaning "to goad") and some of the more extreme born under these stars are drawn to fascism or other radical beliefs). you are an effective interrogator and propagandist. you like to write about them. Religious persecution is a possibility (either imposed or suffered . starvation. Idealistic. An authority and a connoisseur." you often seem to be "spoiling for a fight" (centaur . Rijl al Awwa . innately wise." and Mu1 Crucis. mapmakers. Charles Darwin . translators. morality versus deliberate amorality. rational. courage versus fear and despair. just east of the top star in Crux." in your chosen field. especially related to Christianity. Early. your religion. Danger seems to be your natural element . philosophy or beliefs form the core of your being. especially horses (1st-century astrologer Manilius wrote that those born under Centaurus "know how heal animals. A Cross is an archetype of a human at full stretch.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Nusakan is Beta Coronae Borealis in Corona Borealis. a globular cluster in the horse's back of Centaurus. "Man of Fire. explosions. geologists. with your tendency to fanaticism. dim stars of Libra . with a strong need to be different and to go your own way. the Virgin. the Northern Crown. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (prone to spells of depression) (assassinated). panic attacks) (Lincoln and Darwin were born on . 19th-century US President. masculine) and the earthly (horizontal. Virgin and Cross. spiritual. the Southern Cross. Omega Centauri .kentauros . the Centaur. positive. Domineering and controlling. was Mulu-izi. obsession. physicians and surgeons. murder. Mu Virginis in the right foot of Virgo. Born under Crown. fatigue. 19th-century naturalist whose "The Origin of Species" published in 1859 caused intense controversy and brought a new paradigm to science (suffered intestinal illness. as well as Bach flower remedies. dominance. you may be obsessed with sex. chefs. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: lameness. the Southern Cross. inventors. blighted crops. enjoy playing with inventions and ideas. intellectual. soldiers and police. Mythical centaur Cheiron. mathematicians. Many born here are explorers. you may deliberately put yourself in situations where you must pit yourself against severe hazards. scholars of ancient languages. you have the ability to turn suffering into exaltation. You have an inquiring mind. assassination. you recognize quality and demand the best in everything. and you may find yourself fighting against great odds. With the overlay of tropical Scorpio. famine. it never seems to occur to you to back off from a challenge or position. receptive. and. 1st-century astrologer Manilius held that Corona Borealis was the floral wedding crown of Ariadne. scents and perfumes may become important elements in your life. shapes and visual details: if you survive your adventures. misery into beauty. fetishes. whom Centaurus may represent. cruelty.
English loyalist spy in American Revolution. with one other star. the Strong Man." Ansel Adams ." becoming astronauts. Francis Ford Coppola . (Alpha and Beta Crucis) in Crux. who became its last victim. introduced the potato. innovations and inventions. the occult. eager to explore and understand the universe. Peter Carl Fabergé . rebellious. whom 1st-century astrologer Manilius said produced "daredevils. eccentric. government administrator and social reformer. the Southern Cross. 18th-century physicist. Menkent is Theta Centauri in the shoulder of Centaurus. the Centaur. Literature (especially mysteries).Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 the same day. and are willing to risk everything. greater Scorpion). kitchen range and drip coffeepot. improved fireplaces. Colonel Sir George Everest. gourmet. hunted down. self-willed. the Scales (in ancient times. unsettled. fearful darknesses of the human psyche. it correlates to everything new – especially new technologies. killed by partisans). Seamus Heaney . teacher of heroes. experience and express the energies of these stars. Judy Collins. interviewer. aviator. grotesque and supernatural and dare to probe the deeper. In your horoscope. Art. medicine and . in the east arm of the Cross. Dr Matthew Lukwiya. "one of the greatest goldsmiths. folk wisdom. David Frost . a star that is accompanied in these celestial longitudes by Alphecca . for which he may be forgiven for spying!). Some born under these influences may look upward and "reach out their hands amid the stars. Dr Denton Cooley . inventive. Benjamin Thompson. green. Mu Librae . Alpha Coronae Borealis in Corona Borealis. "The Jewel Box . chimneys (and created Baked Alaska. mysticism. Benito Mussolini . Karl Bodmer . film director. electronics. are fascinated by anything weird. botany. writer on food for NY Times. Craig Claiborne . Charles Lindbergh . restless. blue and a variety of other colors. an innate sense of comedy. herbs and gardening are among your interests. 19th-century composer (his family converted to Christianity: Crux!). Charlie "Yardbird" Parker. 19th-century artist and explorer famous for his paintings of American Indians). Mu Librae in the South Scale of Libra. dramatic. known for his translation of "Beowulf. invented the double boiler. music (especially stringed instruments) and film natural outlets for your marvelous. Acrux and Mimosa ." temperamental. With the overlay of tropical Scorpio. you are sensitive. known for his studies of heat and friction. impatient and adventurous. With the added affect of Hercules. with a remarkable and intuitive intellect. photographer and environmentalist (started as musician). 18th-19th-century British surveyor and geographer for whom Mt Everest is named. adept at using whatever comes to hand to achieve your goals. this was the South Claw of an ancient. actors. drama and showmanship make theatre (especially magic and illusion) dance. jewelers and designers in Western decorative arts. who was called "Old Handy. actor and comedian. Mickey Rooney . astronomers or astrologers. guru of survivalist sect (Alzheimer's disease). poetry. sensual. moody. Maureen O'Hara . Tau Herculis in the right knee of Hercules. painful inner restlessness. the Northern Crown. singer and songwriter. alto saxophonist. he promoted the steam engine. deeply religious hero of the 2000 Uganda Ebola epidemic. as well as Open Cluster NGC 4755. prophecy. handcrafts. 1st to fly solo across the Atlantic. author." you need and seek excitement. architecture. was Mulu-izi . Uranus is the channel through which you receive. psychic and utopian. cookbook author. erratic. "Man of Fire" Centaurus represents the legendary Greek centaur Cheiron. Felix Mendelssohn . original. you live by your wits. In ancient Akkad. extreme.8°Sc07' to 12°Sc08' Uranus is aligned with starset Menkent High-strung Uranus’ influence is unconventional. Baker quintuplets born 1995 Starset MENKENT ." Ray Bradbury . even your life. fascist dictator (after Italy fell in WWII. outré imagination. author. Elizabeth Clare Prophet . both presided over social and cultural upheavals). to work off your tremendous. psychic research." a famous "exquisitely beautiful" cluster of stars that are deep red. poet and teacher. heart surgeon. Michael Pollard .
ironic sense of humor. botany. Nicholas Copernicus . redeeming and purifying Centaur. This is an area of persecutions (centaur . The influence of Crux. scents and perfumes may become important elements in your life. Manilius held that Corona Borealis was the floral wedding crown of Ariadne. contaminated air. manifestations of fanatic intolerance and terrorism and. brooding and quarrelsome. but people as well!). persevering. with a tendency to be proud. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (suffered from depression) (assassinated). An earlier (Akkadian) name for Hercules was Lugal. WWI). making yourself and those around you wretched. as well as Bach flower remedies. dwarfism. nonetheless it is also true that great. in a few. described principles of fractal geometry -"Julia Sets" are named for him (severely wounded in WWI. shipwrecks. adaptation. Hermann Oberth . Andrew Johnson . resourceful.kentauros . tsunamis. terrorism. Edgar Allen Poe . but with the danger that you might be tempted into corruption or a misuse of power and influence. a lifelong search to achieve inner peace is ultimately rewarded. compensate with a ruthless drive for fame and financial success. along with a longing for purification and a lifelong effort to achieve inner peace and stability. fog. philosophy. Some here. Nikolai Gogol. genocide. Edwin von Manteuffel . abiding and positive faith goes far to transform your life and ease your anguish. and may excel at sports and horsemanship. head and eye injuries. honesty. intolerance. editor. even bad-tempered. morality. knee ailments. suicide attempts. both presided over social and cultural upheavals). tormented by a lack of a sense of identity. assassination. mathematician and astrologer. masochistic self-destruction. died by suicide). 19th-century US President. storms. chemicals. argumentative. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: blindness. accident-proneness. east and west. 15th-16th-century paradigm-altering astronomer. quarrelsome. corruption and criminality.is derived from a Greek root meaning "to goad"). fairness. 4th-5th century astrologer. 19th-century author and poet (alcoholic). air and train disasters. of ethics. lost nose). Robert Clive . rocket researcher. Margaret Fuller . There are also issues here of intolerance. fanatic hatred. but this is often offset by your good. panic attacks) (Darwin and Lincoln were born on the same day. one of the founders of modern astronautics (wounded. There is an interesting combination here of the western Scales of Justice with ancient China's Balance and Lifting Mechanism of the Imperial Treasury (the stars of Centaurus). mathematician: worked on complex numbers. prickly and critical of others. lung problems. Wilfred Owen . violence. 19th-century naturalist whose "The Origin of Species" published in 1859 caused intense controversy (suffered intestinal illness. of the too-ready use of violence. persecutions. emphasize the need for equilibrium. you are at the same time capable of severity. birth anomalies. the Southern Cross and the Scales of Justice. adjustment and reconciliation. "King" a representation of restive. mythology and mysticism. 19th-century author (in his later life. the tendency to think of terror. epidemics. murder and extermination as a solution to problems (not only planes crash and burn here. there is an imperial ambition added to these energies. universal legal and political milestones and advancements have taken place under these stars. You need physical exercise. Gaston Julia . Here. union leader. Head of Nazi Luftwaffe (air force) (sentenced to hang-took poison)." with the added influence of the Northern Crown. self-control. where standard weights and measures were kept.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 mathematics are areas of achievement as well. therefore both traditions. statesman and empire builder (moody. Charles Darwin. 19th-century US President. Determined. at times you also may be deeply troubled. fatigue. fought a duel. restless. possible danger from fires. high winds. famines. Reich Marshal Herman Goering. teacher. Hephaistio of Thebes . under the punishing. While you may strive for beneficence. anti-war poet (killed at 35 in WWI). earthquakes. acts of violent. 19th-century critic. author. Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII of England who abdicated to marry divorced commoner). ever-searching Gilgamesh. "Judge of the Masters of the Underworld. social reformer and feminist (drowned at 40 with her husband and child in a shipwreck). under the influence of a fanatical priest "he came to regard his . animal attacks Examples of Uranus here include Abraham Lincoln. the dangers of temptation. honesty and justice versus dishonesty. George Meany . gardening. although your own moral character may be called into question. the Southern Cross brings in religion (especially Christianity). addictions. acts of grave injustice. and the adoption of a deep. and indeed flowers. 18th-century soldier. 19th-century Field Marshal and diplomat.
19th-century artist and explorer famous for his paintings of American Indians.problems with arthritis. in a leg on the north side of the Scorpion. through sympathetic ophthalmia became blind. together with the struggling Serpent in Ophiuchus' left hand and three beckoning black holes bring an element of the "twilight zone" into your life. Karl Bodmer . died of tuberculosis at 43) Starset GRAFFIAS . writer. Fanny Elssler . Giacomo Casanova .0°Sg03' to 4°Sg27' Saturn is aligned with starset Graffias Cautious. but can also repress. potter (non-conformist. or eye of Lupus. body builder (Hercules!). Yed Posterior. and Jabbah. the Wolf (or Wild Beast. Kow and Kin . Harpo Marx . Graffias (also called Akrab) is Beta1 Scorpii in the head of Scorpius.the symbol of the medical profession. where any and all . she often said "wherever a dancer stands ready. it represents authority. Phineas T Barnum. the Serpent-Bearer. that spot is holy ground" ("turmoil. Pi Scorpii. fiercely dedicated. Charles Atlas . Lupus was not a wolf but an indeterminate "beast" impaled on the spear of Centaurus and carried toward Ara. Walter Brennan . adventurous. it is the “great teacher” of the planets. a staff with a serpent coiled around it. Louis Braille . avant-garde. Lambda Ophiuchi in the left elbow of Ophiuchus. Marfik . It was in this region (the Scorpion's head) that a bright nova is said to have appeared in the summer of 134 BCE. 19th-century composer (became insane). 'Additional Radha' or 'After-Radha." the Scorpion's forehead. conservative Saturn has an influence that is structuring. 19th-century composer (his family converted to Christianity Crux!). Fred Allen . a study of language and mythology of antiquity. Sigma Serpentis . teacher and organist (accidentally stabbed himself in eye at 3. a theosophist. it is accompanied in these celestial longitudes by Iclil. classical guitarist. the Aditya of friendship. Dashiel Hammett . diplomat. Epsilon Ophiuchi in the left hand that grips Serpens. "the Mama of Dada" (lived to be 105). Martha Graham . to bring about patience. dedication and discipline. Robert Schumann . in order. authors. frustrate and delay. pastor and author of the half-finished Le Mond Primitif . at 43"). limit. modern dancer and choreographer. 19th-century ballerina.in ancient texts. mighty temper. in the coil of Serpens over Ophiuchus' left arm (Ophiuchus is a shamanic figure whom the ancient Greeks associated with Aesculapius. both part of "Jabhat al Akrab. comedians. J B Priestley . Graffias . Omega1 and Omega2 Scorpii. experience and express the energies of these stars. because they shed their skins and grow new ones). that only prayer. creator of a new dance form. 19th-century inventor of a blind alphabet. In your horoscope. also in the Scorpion's head. in the long run. Beatrice Wood . Dr Louis Berman . yogi. rules. on the verge of madness. Iclil and Jabbah were determinant stars of India's ancient lunar mansion Anuradha.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 extraordinary gift for writing prose as something sent from the devil. and slavish obedience to his father confessor might exorcise and expiate. 19th-century showman and circus entrepreneur. fasting. Aldous Huxley (severe visual impairment). organizing and teaching. lover. Antoine Court de Gebelin . his Serpent (serpents have always been associated with healing and renewal. Nu Scorpii. spy. god of medicine . Saturn is the channel through which you receive. Also here are Chi Lupi in the head. its image was a staff or a row of offerings to the Gods. including Hercules X-1 in the left hip of Hercules. The heads of both Wild Beast and Scorpion. inspiring the great astronomer-astrologer Hipparchus to begin his compilation of the earliest known comprehensive catalogue of stars. Victim. he fasted so fanatically that he died. is called "The Staff of Aesculapius"). the fiery altar). serious. 18th-century scholar.' ruled by Mitra. Jimmy Durante . the Scorpion. pioneer endocrinologist. adventurer. Felix Mendelssohn . the Strong Man. petty vanities. it stood for purpose and achievement as well as an ally or co-worker. Andres Segovia . Paramhansa Yogananda . egomaniacal determination" . and three black holes. 18th-century soldier. actor. Hostage . alcoholism). controlling and disciplinary.
uncaring or unheeding of what others think. fog (the highest score!) and fog-related disasters. sexual scandals. you will find it a disappointment unless you put it to improving others' lives. Alzheimer's disease. actors. resourceful. crime. astronomy. if in a controlled environment. but even though the dark Scorpion threatens. and suffering for it). patrons and lovers of the arts. the ocean deep. meteorite falls. assassination. materialism. beheading. photographers. Hercules' influence grants you physical skills with the potential for prowess in physical fitness. accidents (but also. smoke. intolerance. shooting in the head). you deal with issues of obedience and loyalty versus rebellion. to hope. sometimes even under pain of death. or become mentally and emotionally unstable. dust. confinement or execution (especially by hanging. geography. air and sea catastrophes. possible danger from fires. you are likely to become a dissident. Besides kings and presidents. you have a distinct need to be different.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 things are possible. who had Uranus here. For all your determined pragmatism and devotion to logic. anguish. under these stars. emotionally intense. defiantly reject religion. magic. deep earth. Those who give way in their battles with the black holes of cynicism. medical researchers. becoming a thorn in the sides of complacent powers-that-be. You may be among those who seek and achieve positions of power and influence. dishonesty. surgeons. as well as scientific and technological achievements and revolutions) . shrewd. brooding. Nervous. blindness. others. playwrights (many brilliant comedy writers have placements here). contagions. theft. execution. ignoring convention or rebelling against it. going beyond accepted behavior. terrorist attacks. manic-depressive disorder. jovial energy. hypocrisy. struggling against limitations. danger of violence. storms. birth anomalies. In your search for deep meaning. mysticism and the supernatural. artists. fanaticism. pestilence. dance. addiction. animal attacks. determined to reform and renew. making your own rules (sometimes skirting the edges of propriety. you may lose your way in a black hole. Besides sexuality and ethics. drawn to the dark side and tending to cynicism. anything deep intrigues you: the deep past. There is some connection with maritime matters (Prince Henry the Navigator. birth defects. plagues. shaman-healer Ophiuchus and death-dealing-or-healing Serpens bring in those adept at medicine (physicians. between philosophy and worldly matters. craftsmen. or Herakles. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: head. may come to imprisonment. Those who are principled may called upon to stand up for what they believe. independent. becoming slaves to their desires: the left hand of Ophiuchus eternally struggles for control of the powerful serpent.fiendish malice. are found organized responses to disasters. philology. self-loathing and self-destruction are possible here. you are nevertheless drawn to mystery. pedophilia and aggression against children. martial arts. negativity and despair. crashes. assassination. these stars produce showmen. and Peter the Great whose Moon was here were both obsessed with ships: Hercules. deep sources. may have derived from Melkarth. air contamination and pollution. deep mysteries. highly original and ingenious. for unilateral action is your keystone. enabling you to come back to the center. geology. poets. and exploration. illness (especially smallpox). along with murder. architects. the god within. you will use your hard-won knowledge to make your philanthropy wise and practical. you don't necessarily follow the customs of your colleagues or of society but rather enjoy shocking and surprising people. they may become rebels and/or victims of rebellion. addiction. mathematics. jealousy. face and neck ailments and injuries (the head of the Scorpion and the head and neck of the Beast are here). suffocation. Torn between religion and science. malevolence. racism. magicians. you do best when given free rein. Ophiuchus' left hand firmly grasps his great Serpent of healing and tropical Sagittarius offers its positive. swimming against the current. You are not a particularly good listener. stuttering. greed. treason. a Phoenician sea-god). intense. and investigators of the many and subtle paths to healing). if you are (or become) benevolent. dwarfism. you would like to be anywhere but here! Clever. drought. to think for yourself. If you achieve wealth. pedophilia. deafness. A few may have extreme difficulty controlling their cravings. smog. like military or church. and fear versus courage. health and light. along with alcoholism. Some born under these stars are passionately devout. restless. theft. but whether high or lowborn. mercilessness. history. determined not to conform. Yearning to visit exotic places and strange landscapes. comedians. murder. else the deepest negative impulses of soul and psyche break free .
fasting. Maurice Bejart. thus it can be either a source of inspiration or an area of illusion and/or escapism. or dharma. John D Rockefeller Sr . dancer and choreographer. Evangeline Adams . author. 19th-century artist and explorer (famous for his paintings of American Indians). Nikolai Gogol . under the influence of a fanatical priest "he came to regard his extraordinary gift for writing prose as something sent from the devil. Dorothy Day . 19th-century philosopher and logician who sought a universal language and symbolic language system to study the history of philosophy and philosophy of mathematics. a red supergiant Royal Star that was called the Watcher. Hiroshi Teshigahara . the Midheaven is the channel through which you receive. Bob Keeshan . Son of Apollo. Felix Mendelssohn . Charles Darwin . 19th-century naturalist whose "The Origin of Species" published in 1859 caused intense controversy (suffered intestinal illness. the great physician. architect. playwright. Navy MD. MD. Robert Kraft. the Scorpion-of-death). died of tuberculosis at 43). Veins which Suspend the Heart or Outworks of the Heart. on the verge of madness. experience and express the energies of these stars. tennis champion Starset ANTARES . The other stars here are Rastaban (also called Alwaid). Edgar Allen Poe . Globular Custer M12 and "gigantic" supermassive colliding Galaxies/Black . teacher and organist (accidentally stabbed self in eye at 3. Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics. George C Scott . it represents your highest values. Omega Ophiuchi in the left foot of Ophiuchus. choreographer and director. Jeffrey Moorer . Antares is Alpha Scorpii. The Midheaven is aligned with starset Antares The Midheaven is the degree that culminates at the moment of birth. the Greeks said Ophiuchus was Aesculapius. the Serpent-Bearer (stepping on. through sympathetic ophthalmia became blind. Kuma . In your horoscope. astrologer. R D Laing. reputation. the eye of Draco. Baruch Spinoza. 19th-century US President (suffered spells of depression) (assassinated). artist and actor (lost right eye to cancer at 3). dancer. some say. E H Miles . it is the power of the mind to create its own reality. Karl Bodmer . and slavish obedience to his father confessor might exorcise and expiate. Sir Christopher Wren . failed. Neil Simon . Peter Falk . 19th-century author (in his later life. 17th-18th-century Oxford Professor of Astronomy and architect. 17th-century pantheist philosopher (earned his living as a lens grinder). panic attacks) (Lincoln and Darwin were born on the same day). honor (or notoriety) and ability to shine in the world. billionaire oil tycoon. fatigue. one of two Praecordia . crushing. comedian. psychiatrist. Beta Draconis. Charles Rennie Mackintosh . experience and express the energies of these stars. that only prayer. the Dragon.6°Sg40' to 10°Sg07' Neptune is aligned with starset Antares Neptune’s influence is imaginative and boundary-dissolving. Catholic social activist. at 43"). Gunter Grass . Tom Poston . or Guardian of the West. he fasted so fanatically that he died. occultist. Louis Braille . humanitarian and author (died at 34 of cancer). Franz Hartmann. died on the trek back. Bob Fosse. philosopher and author. and. Louis Couturat . filmmaker and flower arrangement grand master (like his father before him) (died at 74 of leukemia). the heart of Scorpius. Edwin von Manteuffel . naval officer and arctic explorer who tried to beat Amundsen to the South Pole. Nu2 Draconis in the Dragon's head. efficiency expert. it is accompanied in these celestial longitudes by Tau Scorpii.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Examples of Saturn here include Abraham Lincoln . actor. Robert F Scott . Merchant Marine cook. psychic and hands-on healer. In your horoscope. 19th-century poet and author (alcoholic). as well as your soul’s life path. children's television entertainer ("Captain Kangaroo"). Dr Tom Dooley . inventor of a blind alphabet. the Scorpion. 19th-century Field Marshal and diplomat. Neptune is the channel through which you receive. co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement. designer and artist. 19th-century composer (died at 39 from a ruptured blood vessel in his brain). fame.
representing the heat of the Sun. wielding a thunderbolt ." In India the same stars were determinants of Jyestha. The King. wealth. indeed. Jyestha represents that which is senior in every sense (the oldest. violence. Alpha Tauri. Shaman Ophiuchus-Aesculapius continues his medical influence.the rainbow is his bow. even if superseded by younger wives. honors and riches. analytical. in ancient China. with its potential for greed and selfish. The Heart (of the huge. at its heliacal rising a ceremony of renewal of fire. the Scorpion's Heart. energetic. brings in eye problems. the heart of Ts'ang-Loung . and you pride yourself on your detached. prehistoric sky-dragon. for early texts describe the Serpent winding around the great shamanic figure of Ophiuchus) (serpents have always been associated with healing and renewal. The dragon's eye also confers upon you vivid. most powerful. death. Called the Watcher (Guardian) of the West. it is exactly opposite Aldebaran. seek excitement. who rides into battle against enemies of the Gods astride a mighty elephant. you may achieve prominence through war. Watcher of the East. rash. King of the Gods. authority and riches (a royal star offers the possibility of honors. Antares and Tau Scorpii were determinant stars of three ancient lunar mansions: in China they were stars of Sin . and reaching the top of one's profession). Antares brings in a focus on the heart and its ailments. you will seek it out (or create it!). critical eye. alternately hopeful and despairing. but the dark Serpent also dwells here. for you approach life with a greater-than-average intensity. The Great Fire and Ming-Tang . if your chart so warrants.and Hercules adds a daredevil quality. there is certainly something of a mythically beastly aura here! These remarkable stars offer you courage and intelligence with the possibility of great power.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Holes (NGC 6240) in the chest of Ophiuchus (these rightly belong to Serpens.' eldest of the Moon God's Queens with the highest political and spiritual power among them. friends and relatives. According to the ancient Liber Hermetis [these degrees] "make men powerful magnates. therefore the Son of Heaven was Master of Man. "The Great-one. The Temple of Light. and Rastaban (the dragon's eye). suspicion. and you may have more than one marriage." reputed to confer courage. imaginative. self-justifying malevolence . otherwise war will bring loss. sometimes riding roughshod over those around you. courageous and cowardly. Quick-witted. your life may be marred by quarrels with colleagues. status. but also a tendency to belligerence. who do not understand you. dominant. you have a distinct talent for comedy! You also possess considerable eloquence and a love of language and its uses (you delight in it. At your best you are hard-working. the Son of Heaven "because man was the heart of heaven and earth. they are two of the four great "royal stars" of ancient Persia. generous and philanthropic. play with it. In Arabia they were determinants of al-Kalb al-Akrab. dramatic conceptual and visualization powers (many anatomists have positions here . The unearthly power of dragons assures that you will be ferociously ambitious and glory-seeking. gracious. Antares was the Sumero-Akkadian Dar-lugal . was performed. because they shed their skins and grow new ones). and since Alpha Scorpii was. noble and base. 'The Eldest. their huge. traveling in many regions and subjecting barbarous peoples. obstinate. Chinese astrologers considered this asterism the symbol of the Emperor. connected with sky and rain. showing off your skill with words) but along with it a propensity for exaggeration.if you are not in the midst of it. and Pi Herculis in the left groin or thigh of Hercules. and expect to be at the center of any activity (and in charge!). Jyestha's ruler is Indra. and a heart.the word "dragon" derives from the Greek . the Serpent. your domestic life may be unhappy. disgrace. self-destructiveness and the possibility of a fall from grace and a loss of property and/or position. broadminded. the Strong Man. oft-broken heart of humankind. but with the danger of a fall from high position (a characteristic of royal stars). the eldest brother). You have great strategic ability. intelligence. and associated with Mars and fire in both the eastern and western traditions!). very ancient Great Azure Dragon of the Eastern Palace of Spring). and praise. The fiery red heart of the sky-Scorpion stands in for the anguished. And here there be dragons! The Scorpion's heart combines its energies with stars of Draco the Dragon's head with its all-seeing eye. impulsive. hoping against hope that there will be a return to the One. Stress is your natural habitat . associated with royalty (it is royal. A saving grace is your very good sense of humor and your wry. headstrong. sacrifices were offered to encourage the fertility of nature and of the royal family. you need social and intellectual stimulation. it was also called Ta-Ho . destructive. whimsical observations of human foibles." You are tough.
19th-century author (in his later life. slavery. fasting. champion racehorse (right rear leg shattered (deliberately?). jealousy versus generosity of spirit. inventor of the pressure cooker (his ideas led to the development of the steam engine). Overconfidence and arrogance can get you into trouble: prone to fixed. at 43"). a few may live to become "representatives" of their nation and/or culture. addictions. 19th-century Sen. scout. Sir Henry Rawlinson . 19th-century religious abolitionist and author ("Uncle Tom's Cabin"). 19th-century critic. died at 46). and the occult (especially astrology) are some of the preferred professions of those born under these stars. including sexual addiction. smog. it is the heart of the Dragon). possible danger from nuclear events and disasters. danger to the lungs. and slavish obedience to his father confessor might exorcise and expiate. Indian agent and soldier. Margaret Fuller . assassination Examples of Neptune here include Abraham Lincoln . on the verge of madness. tolerance or intolerance and prejudice versus open-mindedness. that only prayer. invented long forceps. terrorism. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (suffered from depression) (assassinated). Antares is the heart of the Scorpion. both are in the service of Ophiuchus. obsessive ideas. "brilliant. storms. playwright and author (a dandy and follower of Beau Brummel. Kit Carson . heart surgery (in the West. panic attacks) (Lincoln and Darwin were born on the same day. 17th-18th-century mathematician and philosopher. suicide. danger of accidents." and an ability to see the big picture (a great number of filmmakers and playwrights have positions here). air crashes. poisoning (including environmental poisons). music. the physician!). economics. Franz Liszt . sports. orientalist. Charles Sumner of Massachusetts. wounds. he "embarked on a life of hectic sexual and alcoholic dissipation that seriously undermined his health"). for you may go overboard and come to believe yourself infallible. had to be put down) . disabled 31/2 years). you may become hypocritical (especially in religious matters) and/or make wrongful accusations. dance. under the influence of a fanatical priest "he came to regard his extraordinary gift for writing prose as something sent from the devil. Olympic Gold Medal archer. head injuries or ailments. class. fog. Fanny Elssler . fires. versatile" 19th-century romantic poet. Frederick Chopin (died of tuberculosis at 39). wars and battles (especially those concerned with issues of national sovereignty). fatigue. fashion and textiles. soldier. ardent anti-slavery champion (battered to unconsciousness with a heavy cane by a Southern congressman. Assyriologist and cuneiform scholar. blindness (Rastaban is the Dragon's eye). In your life you will deal with issues of race. in China. 17th-18th-century clergyman. medical historian and innovator: 1st to use ether and chloroform for childbirth. 19th-century pianists and composers. great shaman-healer of the zodiac. a sense of drama and "flair. 19th-century Field Marshal and diplomat. social reformer and feminist (drowned at 40 with her husband and child in a shipwreck). Rev John Flamsteed . author. Here from the polar heights the Dragon's all-seeing eye perceives the deep truths of the Scorpion's heart. art. The military. 1st Astronomer Royal (feeble. Edwin von Manteuffel . execution. admired. Nikolai Gogol . eye problems. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: heart ailments. in your anxiety to be noticed. 19th-century novelist and periodicals writer. epidemics. Alfred de Musset . depression. editor. earthquakes. William Makepeace Thackeray . sociology. Harriet Beecher Stowe . burns. introduced wire sutures and acupressure (Ophiuchus as Aesculapius. "seeing"). murder. Sir James Young Simpson . 19th-century ballerina. murder. 19th-century naturalist whose "The Origin of Species" published in 1859 caused intense controversy and brought a new paradigm to science (suffered intestinal illness. Gottfried W von Leibniz .Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 derkein . extremism. politics. 19th-century frontiersman. 19th-century Pope. Other issues include coldness. attacks. humanitarianism. Leo XIII (Gioacchino Pecci). teacher. you do not do well in positions of unlimited power. 19th-century obstetrician. Justin Huish . With the overlay of tropical Sagittarius. 19th-century US President. 17th-century physicist. pollution. the study of ancient languages. academia. promoted. Denis Papin. and human rights. heart attacks. business. pursued with stubborn determination. trapper. rheumatic). mass deaths. both presided over social and cultural revolutions). Robert Schumann (became insane. Charles Darwin. especially from machinery. selfishness versus compassion. he fasted so fanatically that he died. medicine. diplomat. Alydar.
and time). Joe Namath. the Dragon. for here are people in love with the land. tubercular infection of neck glands). It represents unconscious attitudes and how one deals with and expresses emotions. longing for a natural or "primal" way of life (many here seem to have an ability to tap into racial and cultural consciousness). Joyce Wehrman . artisan. folk tales and traditions. man of letters ("L'Esprit des Lois". historian. 19th-century US President. it is accompanied in these celestial longitudes by 61 Sagittarii in the cloak (originally a wing) of Sagittarius. experimenting and inventing new and clever solutions to technical problems (some here were pioneering inventors. Epsilon Sagittae in the small. Those born under these stars carry a deep longing for the source: they yearn to see "through the looking-glass" of nature and the universe. Zubin Mehta .Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Examples of the Midheaven here include Abraham Lincoln . Starset SIGMA AQUILAE . they enjoy entertaining people and need to be in the midst of intellectual and cultural activities of their times. 1st openly gay person elected to San Francisco's City Council (assassinated). E H Miles. 18th-century "Godfather of the American Constitution:" nobleman. You love to study and play with words. Ernest Renan. 17th-century fishmonger. Sigma Aquilae is a star in the body of Aquila. and with stars of Aquila and the Archer's wing. Walter Slezak. Baron de Montesquieu. philosopher. comedian and talk show host. Anton LaVey. and speed of travel may be an issue in your life. Charles-Louis de Secondat . H G Wells . instrumental in the development of railroads and steamships. Charles Atlas . baritone. Manly Palmer Hall. 17th-century woodcarver. poet. experience and express the energies of these stars. James Monroe .The Spirit of the Laws). Harvey Milk . astrologer and handicapper. Eugene O'Neill. conversationalist (weak eyes. ancient figure of Sagitta. the Moon is the channel through which you receive. outside the world of appearances and beneath the surface of every manifestation. Jay Leno. mural and paneling artist. Nell Gwyn. putting them to varied and interesting uses. critic. B V Raman. Major General Sir Robert Baden-Powell . actress. playwright. mezzo-soprano. it is meant to represent an American Indian). philosopher of liberty who bequeathed to us our idea of "checks and balances:" "the American Constitution was drawn up by men who knew Montesquieu's political views by heart and regarded him as an oracle" (blind in old age). football quarterback. leading some into physics. mistress of King Charles II of England. a star just above the head and neck of Draco. the Centaur-Archer. occultist and author.24°Cp10' to 27°Cp25' The Moon is aligned with starset Sigma Aquilae The Moon is sensitive. lexicographer. You are very willful. tennis champion. Collectors of folklore and natural storytellers with wry sense of humor. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (suffered from depression) (assassinated). Teamsters Union leader (disappeared. dancer. cosmology and the occult (their habitat is the eternal sky. assumed murdered). with a strong need to control and dominate people . reactive and instinctual. magistrate. the Indian (Indus is a modern constellation created at the end of the 16th century by Dutch navigators Pieter Dirkszoon Keyser and Frederick de Houtman. actor. Lyman Spitzer. Grinling Gibbons . and 45 Draconis . Nelson Eddy . You are fascinated with machinery and technology and enjoy tinkering. Rollo May . emotional. founder. astronomer. Samuel Johnson. Vedic astrologer and homeopath. beyond the present. James Hoffa . Horatio Alger . conductor." 18th-century author. religious scholar and expert in ancient languages. there are also aircraft and flight trailblazers). Even though Indus is a "modern" sky figure formed at the end of the 16th century. 19th-century US President. "a stupendous intellect. minister and author. Satanist. 17th-18th-century satirist and author ("Gulliver's Travels"). it serves as an example of a modern constellation "fitting" its place in the sky. mathematics. In your horoscope. Travel. the Arrow. body builder (Hercules!). Alpha Indi in the head of Indus. with his sister. singer. science fiction author. its native people. Jonathan Swift . the Eagle. Jan De Gaetani . 19th-century author. prostitute. of Boy and Girl Guides (Scouts). nurturing. existential psychologist.
John McCracken . champion distance swimmer (1st woman to swim the English channel both ways). and new beginnings. courage. WWII (Sagittarius was a warrior figure. the Swan. the Indian race over Earth's wide and boundless plains." overconfidence versus careful attention to detail. Fletcher Knebel. In most born under these stars. Lester Felton. Lillian Russell . You are somewhat conceited and self-admiring you seek the world's approval and admiration. Frederic Bartholdi. it can also describe the immediate environment and is the face you present to the world. theatrical innovators. high in the north. self-confidence. flutists. Willie Lanier.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and situations. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: multiple births. Torn between idealism and cynicism. the Sun is the channel through which you receive. James L Greenfield . deliberate suspension of caring and conscience. soaring Aquila and primal Indus. In your horoscope. birth anomalies. meteorite falls Examples of the Moon here include Abraham Lincoln . bomber pilot and Commander. US Attorney General (assassinated). wounds. welterweight boxing champion Starset GIENAH . The Ascendant is aligned with starset Gienah The Ascendant is the degree that is rising at the moment of birth. designers and conceptualizers. Prime Minister of India (assassinated). football guards. and waits. watches. and Aquila is associated with flight). Robert F Kennedy . filmmakers. Your Saturnian tendency to brood is brightened by a playful sense of the ridiculous and an impish sense of humor. there can be a cold. John Zook . it is . as well as health and physical vitality. Robert Dunlap. William F Pitts . and Lyra gives love of music (the ancient Liber Hermetis. Here Archer-Centaur Sagittarius. experience and express the energies of these stars. guards. and an assumption that no moral code applies to them. take care that you do not ignore the needs and working conditions of those who work under you. the Saturnian influence of tropical Capricorn may lead you to think that you ought to look at the world and its people with a jaundiced eye. 19th-century architect and sculptor (Statue of Liberty) (died at 70 of tuberculosis). Sen. Honoré Daumier. Issues in your life include science versus religion and mysticism. under these degrees. and are all too easily led into temptations. football defensive lineman. Gienah is Epsilon Cygni. newspaper executive. this can lead to cruelty. murder. airship designer. a star in the leading edge of the south wing of Cygnus. it is a place of emergence. and in a few extreme cases. Walter Sweeney. possible danger from fires. barbaric torture and murder. Lieutenant General. but your idealism keeps getting in the way! The "overview" imagery and visualization of Draco (a constellation high in the north. In your horoscope. actors. initiatives. eruptions. near the Pole) produces artists. Edward Burke. experience and express the energies of these stars. hammer-throw champion. lithographer and caricaturist. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (suffered from depression) (assassinated). explosions. mass atrocities. Florence Chadwick. authority. with their need to control and dominate. accidents and travel crashes. authors. 15th Air Force. 19th-century US President. Basil Rathbone . there is a philanthropical generosity of spirit. David Plante. Gerald Kramer. acceptance of social responsibility and leadership versus abandonment of duty toward your fellow man. domination and control versus "letting go and letting God. fog. wily Draco.23°Aq26' to 27°Aq20' The Sun is aligned with starset Gienah The Sun represents dignity. hearing problems. US Marine Captain. artist. disasters caused by carelessness and/or overconfidence. while wise. hero at Iwo Jima (Medal of Honor). or cithera (guitar)-players"). idealism versus cynicism. photographers. Ferdinand von Zeppelin. self-assertion. Indira Gandhi. 19th-century artist. pedophilia. but with the degree of the exaltation of Mars here. the essential life force and central core of being. assassination. football linebacker. has "trumpet-players. kidnapping. the Ascendant is the channel through which you receive.
soil and vital signs are your concern. your intense curiosity and will-to-understand takes you on a life-long pilgrimage of discovery. T'ien-Tsin was the sky-bridge spanning the river that separated the lovers Ox-Boy and Weaving Girl. not one of the Pisces fishes). with an anxiety to prove yourself." (these are the last stars that encompass both tropical and sidereal Aquarius). psychologists. mysterious trappings of magic. you also tend to be outspoken and "tell it like it is. in a famous tale of Chinese folklore. physicians. law or government. the constellation of Capricornus was the Gate of the Gods "wherein the souls of men. born with Jupiter here." it also turned out to be a Portal of Angels! Whether bearing the Water-Pourer's burdens. Some here seek God. lace-like" Veil Nebula (also called "Bridal Veil Nebula") in the Swan's lower wing. said "I want to know what God knows"). spanning the Milky Way (which was seen as a Celestial River). enlightened by Aquarius' gift of a wide-ranging. some born under these stars embrace pacifism while others try to enforce what they consider absolutes and fundamentals (as if by forcing them on others. the Sea-Goat overlap Iota Aquarii here) and Beta Piscis Austrini in the gills of Piscis Austrinus. when released from corporeity. weather patterns. and you may be among those who have had mystical or visionary experiences. you are a wayfarer. and may back up your hard-won and strongly-held beliefs with force (there are a few here who go to the extreme of murder). who shares his place in the sky with the gulping Southern Fish (who wants it all!). flying with Cygnus and Pegasus (whose earliest stars are here). There is a wild. examining and questioning everything for its deeper meaning (Albert Einstein. Under the Veil Nebula you enjoy the secretive. In ancient China Gienah and Omicron 2 Cygni were part of T'ien-Tsin. Outspoken and strongly opinionated. ascended to heaven through its stars. The Earth and her people. diffuse nebulae. physicists. ways and means of human interactions. aristocratic and chauvinistic. and physical prowess is a gift of these stars . This is also the approximate central position of two extremely large. searching (through laws. you never feel you have enough of it to finish your tasks on this plane. geologists. Whether filled with faith and hope or troubled with skepticism. social philosophy and/or reform) for ways to a peaceful Utopia and to help your fellow-passengers on Spaceship Earth. for here are cartographers (both terrestrial and celestial). along with the laws. fauna. with the temptation to give in to overindulgence and addictions. Although charming. yet you may be indifferent to riches. sleight-of-hand conjuring and the "hidden knowledge" granted by the study of ancient texts and the occult. riding the waves with Capricornus (whose tail overlaps Aquarius' lap) or delving deep into them with Piscis Austrinus. psychic researchers. Iota Aquarii in the thigh of Aquarius. wrongs and injustices to yourself . sensitive to slights. achievement. you are high-strung. determined. universal mind. politics and military force are often combined and intertwined. open to the all-encompassing energies of divinity. The gulping Southern Fish can make you hungry for money and the trappings of success. you are hungry for knowledge (along with money. some stars of Aquarius. You are among those who create maps not only of the earth and sky but the human mind and psyche as well. myth.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 accompanied in these celestial longitudes by Omicron2 Cygni at the base of the Swan's north wing. minerals. brutal and ruthless. rigid. and mental health is an important concern: some here are conflicted in their sexual identity. The earliest stars of Aquarius' head are here. tough. forming together the "wonderful.many athletes and dancers have positions here (as well as comedians with a madcap sense of humor). In ancient Orphic and Platonic doctrine. students and salvors of ancient knowledge. mathematicians. You are a "true Aquarian. and recognition). born under the pourer-out of the waters of heaven. In very ancient Euphratean cuneiform records. for some here are arrogant.take care that you do not impose them on others. scholars of religion. the Celestial Ford. flora. the Water-Pourer (dim stars at the end of the tail of Capricornus. even sneering and bullying." Stubborn. astrologers. of laws both human and divine. the Water-Pourer formed a figure called Gula . they may quiet their own secret doubts). the Southern Fish (a separate figure. philosophy. a goddess of medicine. cosmologists. naturalists. For those in public life. aggressive side to the swan (ancient Persians saw this figure as a panther). fiercely independent. Insisting on obedience and adherence to laws. convinced that their physical bodies . constantly searching for comprehension. geographers. others play God: mastery and control (of yourself and others) is essential to you. as well as her enveloping universe. Often beleaguered and scandal-prone. recognizing the oneness of humankind. time presses upon you. you are capable of being cold.
Jean Auel . author of harshly satirical novels. Sylvia Plath (suicide). jeweler and importer (father of stained glass craftsman L C Tiffany). fog. especially of the nose. 1st-2nd-century CE Roman Emperor. plays. John Barrymore (alcoholic). naval officer and astronaut (asphyxiated in Apollo I capsule fire). the release of long-contained or long-repressed energies.flight!). for the last stars of Capricornus' Gate of Souls are here. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (suffered from depression) (assassinated). creator of US Steel Corporation. champion of English Common Law. 19th-early-20th-century pioneer feminist. Jack Benny . bouts of clinical depression) (possible suicide). astrologer. 1st-2nd-century CE Roman Emperor (persecuted Jews). Janis . football player-turned-actor. remote viewing. Jeremy Bentham . 18th-century explorer. murdered). Sir Joseph Banks . healing and energy work. Jan Swammerdam. songwriter and politician (killed by a blow to the head in a ski accident). sailor. stage magician. John McEnroe . Here the powerful. author. Yoko Ono. television personality. philosopher and mathematician. teamster union leader (kidnapped. biologist and microscopy pioneer (deeply religious. lawyer. 16th. drug. bulimic. and to some extent led. epidemics. occur under these stars) Examples of the Sun here include Abraham Lincoln. high above the travails of Earth. If you are longing for faith but wracked by doubts or beset by painful emotional conflicts. Issues include waging war versus making peace. 19th-century US President. panic attacks) (Darwin and Lincoln were born on the same day. pessimist. James Hoffa . Nelson Eddy. Hugh Downs . both participated in. and you may have psychic ability which can be used to help others. Shaman (name withheld). patron of science. an inherited disease that gave him a deformed nose). Reinhold Ebertin . 19th-century naturalist whose 1859 "The Origin of Species" caused intense controversy (suffered intestinal illness. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: multiple births. possible umbilical cord problems (around neck). Octave Mirbeau. James A Pike . unstable). actors. storms with extremely high winds. Hal Holbrook . Lord Randolph Churchill (Winston's father). Nell Gwyn . severe mood swings. of self-discipline versus self-indulgence. Willy Messerschmidt . persecutions (many instances of great journeys and treks. deafness. model and actress (epileptic. aircraft designer (Cygnus . Harold Arlen . economist. artist. male. naturalist. investment banker. Helen Gurley Brown. 18th-century philosopher. 17th. pediatrician. pilot and composer. you can learn to use the mind itself to heal. 3 marriages. champion boxer-turned-actor.century jurist. Jules Lenier . and that the betterment of mankind is impossible without limits on reproduction. Sir Edward Coke . Susan B Anthony. author and anti-war activist. Jim Brown . Magic Sam . Chancellor of the Exchequer (died of syphilis). Jack Palance . Lord H H Kitchener .century naturalist. assassination. granting a breadth of vision vouchsafed to few. Sonny Bono . blues singer and guitarist. British General (drowned at 65 when ship struck mine) (time of birth unconfirmed). Dr Benjamin Spock . Thomas Malthus. Roger B Chaffee . charismatic Episcopal Bishop (alcoholism. baritone. possible danger from fires. soaring wings of Cygnus carry you aloft. Alfred North Whitehead. taking responsibility for oneself and others versus self-pity. Hadrian . actress and mistress of Charles II of England. teamsters union leader (kidnapped. murdered). botanical collector. songwriter ("Over the Rainbow" and "Stormy Weather"). severity and prejudgment versus forbearance. poets. cultural revolutions). substance abuse. alcohol abuse. charged with heresy. Havelock Ellis . possessor of a famous herbarium. fatigue.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 do not match the true gender of their souls. Caesar Romero. James Hoffa . floods. Allen Ginsberg . 17th-century fishmonger. addictions. extreme cold. C L Tiffany. authors. prostitute. financier. art collector and philanthropist "acted as the Central Bank and Federal Reserve in the US when none existed" (used astrology) (suffered from rhinophyma. singer. Rollo May . John Pierpont Morgan . Max Baer . alcoholism. Margaux Hemingway. died lost in the Judaean desert wilderness during a search for the historic Jesus and the site of the Dead Sea Scrolls). skin and facial disfigurements. tennis champion Examples of the Ascendant here include Hadrian. existential psychologist. comedian. Charles Darwin. extravagant. theoretical jurist and reformer. 18th-19th century economist and demographer who theorized that population will always tend to outrun food supply. manifestations of mass intolerance. tolerance and understanding.
fashion. astrologers. experience and express the energies of these stars. aviators. rivers and lakes. Piet Mondrian . In very ancient Euphratean cuneiform texts. choreography. yet even if you are in the performing arts or a public position. always seeking new. pioneering and exploring suits you." alternately known as Satatara or Satataraka. you may get caught up in power politics. versatile Mercury represents thinking. with Cygnus giving poetry a boost. public health librarian and adoptive mother (died of Alzheimer's disease). and need for. Satabishaj (also called Catabishaj. film. and often you must pit yourself against overwhelming odds and dangers." a goddess of medicine. body builder."outpouring") is Lambda Aquarii. There is a combination here of art and technology. Mercury is the channel through which you receive. it is probable that her uplifted hands were here. you may search out alternative methods of healing (especially hydrotherapy). you frequently find yourself in the midst of quarrels and controversies. talking. Leadership." According to Valerie Roebuck. analyzing. with the overlay of tropical Pisces. football quarterback Starset SATABISHAJ . Under Cygnus and Pegusus.8°Pi21' to 12°Pi22' Mercury is aligned with starset Satabishaj Mental. you are a probably good conversationalist and storyteller. and sometimes feel that laws and customs don't necessarily pertain to you. you may have considerable psychic ability. There is in you the potential for ferocious determination and the courage to stand up for what you believe (some born under these stars have suffered or even died for their religious and philosophical convictions). whimsy and writing for children) and sports. also in the stream. a Sanskrit dictionary says Satabhisaj means requiring a Hundred Physicians. insistent sex drive. some stars of Aquarius.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Joplin . the Water-Pourer. Gifted with words. artist. In science and philosophy. aeronauts. hiding. Drawn to children. this is the mansion of Varuna. you may have had to first find ways to heal yourself. preferring to remain. at the stars in the water pouring from Aquarius' Urn. outspoken. "The Great Doctoress. awash in the outpouring of ideas flowing from Aquarius' Urn. you question and challenge everything. Satabishaj is the one certain determinant star of India's ancient lunar mansion Satabhisaj "[Possessing] a Hundred Physicians. engineering (there is a strong visual sense). journalism. and you are frank. literature (especially poetry. Gloria Bertcher. for . theatre (with skill at mimicry). Hydor or Ekchusis . In your horoscope. uplifted in prayer or benediction. the Water-Pourer formed a figure called Gula . geography. although your life path frequently takes you through rough territory. balloonists and astronauts born under these stars). Vedic God of the sky and the waters. You have a powerful. writing. homemaker. reasoning. the Physician of the Gods. and Iota2 Pegasi at the knee of the right foreleg of Pegasus. singer (died at 27 of complications from a drug overdose). and in life you keep on learning how to prevail in a dispute-and-war-riven environment. the overlay of tropical Pisces keeps you essentially quiet and withdrawn. covering. meteorologists. Other possible interests include mathematics. and. 59 Cygni in the tail of Cygnus. unconventional paths and solutions. veiling. but whether a leader or a follower. were in this area). Attracted to excitement and glamour. a star in the stream of water flowing from the Urn of Aquarius. the Flying Horse. "[Possessing] a Hundred Stars. Discovery. and some experiment with new forms of expression in architecture. forbidding. open. delineating and all forms of communication. and the sky may be important to you (there are many astronomers. music. Joe Namath. you enjoy being with them and may write and create for their enjoyment. dance. freedom. exploration and a love of liberty inspire you. bearing the pot containing the nectar of immortality. if so. you have a great love of. she believes the name may equate Aquarius with Dhanvantari . protecting and defending. it especially relates to mental functions and thinking habits. Under the aegis of healing goddess Gula (whose hands. it is accompanied in these celestial longitudes by 78 Aquarius . Satabhisaj is associated with oceans. Charles Atlas. willing to talk and write freely about sex. the Swan. and may work in the field of communications. for you do not like taking orders.
French socialist statesman. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: blindness. Richard A Proctor. 19th-century naturalist whose "The Origin of Species" published in 1859 caused intense controversy (suffered intestinal illness. "behind the scenes. whether to obey laws or ignore them. rejection or repudiation). educator and linguist. meteorological researcher and pioneer of extended weather forecasting (overcame tuberculosis. singers."Treaty for the Renunciation of War." On the negative side. a quadriplegic ("locked in syndrome").Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 the most part. US Supreme Court. suicide. football coach. 19th-century realist painter. i. Dr James A Hall . fatigue. and a few. i. there is also a possibility of sexual pedophilia (in this regard. Edmund Muskie of Maine. Hugo Black . possessor of a famous herbarium. gentleness-violence. botanical collector. unusually powerful earthquakes and eruptions. birth anomalies. meteorite falls Examples of Mercury here include Abraham Lincoln . author. Associate Justice.12°Pi22' to 15°Pi31' Pluto is aligned with starset Achernar Pluto represents deep insight. paralysis. Buffy Ste Marie . Gov William Milliken of Michigan. expert on dream analysis." Lord Randolph Churchill (father of Winston). Sen. Rosa Bonheur. a naked youth kidnapped by Zeus). engage in cruelties and even murder. In your . singer and songwriter. its effect is deep. fog. (of Bonnie and Clyde). 19th-century poet. he continues to study. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. paradoxically. it is interesting that in Greek mythology. George Gipp. Sir Joseph Banks . worker for world peace. trance medium. panic attacks) (Lincoln and Darwin were born on the same day. Knute Rockne. Charles Darwin. pedophilia. may." with questionable morals and a danger of scandals and/or imprisonment. stalking. 18th-century Commander-in-Chief of British forces in North America. Percival Lowell . who might be said to be a "pioneer" of biological warfare ("Could it not be contrived to send the Small Pox among those disaffected tribes of Indians?"). whether to fight or submit. folksinger and songwriter. and choices to be made between war or peace." football star and gambler (dead at 25 of pneumonia and strep throat after playing with injuries)." some here suffer physical ailments and disabilities and a struggle for mental stability. Jerome Namias . they either put up a tremendous. explosions. Aretha Franklin. buried or forgotten. The duality of tropical Pisces engenders dual impulses of angel-devil. murder. Maxim Gorki. astronomer. profound transformation. astronomer.e. co-sponsor of the Kellogg-Briand Pact. actor. Bela Bartok. write). Clyde Barrow. philanthropy versus selfishness. 18th-century explorer. assassination. animal attacks. Edgar Cayce. in their avowed determination to make the world a better place. revelation. Aquarius was Ganymede. The ancient Liber Hermetis calls this area "hurtful. Tim Buckley. lecturer. air crashes. Eva Pierrakos. Here the blessed waters streaming from Aquarius' Urn cleanse and forgive all hurts and failings. war and battles. author. unable to write or speak although his mind remained clear). Jungian analyst. a few are prone to despair. US general. "The Gipper. 19th-century US President. study of science and spirituality (overactive libido) (stroke to pons at 57 left him unable to move or speak. or give in to the point of addiction or even suicide. Shirley Jones. stroke at 79 left him partially paralyzed. Sir Jeffrey Amherst. to actively make war or actively work for peace. lung ailments. possible danger from storms. with help. and there are issues concerning the rights and responsibilities of government and individuals. convinced that the ends justify the means.e. William Westmoreland . there are some here who become "a law unto themselves. Aristide Briand . psychic and photographer. and bringing-to-consciousness that which has been hidden. outlaw Starset ACHERNAR . politician. eye and hearing problems. floods. Chancellor of the Exchequer (died of syphilis). the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (suffered from depression) (assassinated). naturalist. intense and obsessive (some deal with Pluto’s obsessive tendencies by reaching for the opposite polarity. Richard Chamberlain. addiction. composer. mental instability. determined fight against it. patron of science. acts of brutal intolerance (but liberations and great discoveries also occur under these stars). both presided over cultural revolutions).
science (especially math and engineering). a bright star marking the southern end of Eridanus. the military. the Flying Horse. sound and form. selfishness or frustration may twist and undermine you. The influence of Pegasus adds psychic ability . Eridanus' great River of Time and the flow of water from Aquarius' Urn sweep away all past errors and regrets. birth anomalies. the great 1st-magnitude star in the far southern sky. marks the end of Eridanus. massacres. Pluto is the channel through which you receive. bringing forth pioneering adventurers whose immense curiosity and wanderlust take them on voyages of exploration and discovery. it combines its influence with the neck and forelegs of Pegasus and the gush of water from Aquarius' huge Urn. . some stars of Aquarius . Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: addictions (including sexual addiction). acts of violent religious intolerance. the Water-Pourer. "The Great Doctoress. there is a danger that repression. experience and express the energies of these stars. granting you an unusual sensitivity to color." a goddess of medicine. intolerant. you may live in a time of transition. asphyxiation. Literature (especially poetry) draws you (Pegasus was said to have struck the ground with his hooves. physical afflictions. testing. bringing forth the Hippocrene Spring of poetic inspiration). you work at the outer edge of discovery and innovation. Lucky Star of the Hero. looked up to. honoring the ideas. Personal strength and body building are important. Your need for excitement and freedom is intense. the suffering of the poor and helpless and the anguish of war move you to write. of endings and new beginnings. law. breathing difficulties. fashion. Achernar. Inquisitive. light. however. arrogantly taking what they need from others and riding roughshod over (or exploiting) any who get in their way. admired. many here must learn to deal with pain and some work to alleviate the sufferings of others. possible danger from earth and weather disasters. searching for fundamentals to live by. leading to painful limitations or humiliations. either physically or in their minds and imaginations. Psi 1 Aquarii in the upper stream of water flowing from the Urn of Aquarius. education and teaching. divination. Zeta Pegasi in the neck of Pegasus. solving problems and altering mankind's view of the world. "Homam" probably derives either from Sa'd al Human . Achernar is Alpha Eridani. and communication between gods and men (Cayce and Nostradamus are represented here!). medicine. defects. cold. drowning. Here the Phoenix rises renewed. determined. and Ankaa. In very ancient Euphratean cuneiform texts. it is accompanied in these celestial longitudes by Homam . art. the Water-Pourer formed a figure called Gula .Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 horoscope. and high-flying Pegasus soars to heights of inspiration. Galaxy NGC 7460 Piscium in the head of the West Fish of Pisces. morality and adherence to their religion or philosophy versus opportunistic corruption. the Firebird. others include aggression versus working for peace. rights and freedoms versus bondage and tolerance versus prejudice. drama (especially playwrighting). unquestionably obeyed. the River. public office. A few born under these stars.horses were associated with clairvoyance. deliberately choose to close themselves off to compassion. always probing. you seek a profession that will enable you to be a figurehead. Homam and Psi1 Aquarii square the current heliocentric nodes of Venus. the Fishes. an acute pattern perception. Alpha Phoenicis in the head of the modern figure of Phoenix. The greatest issue here is that of compassion and kindness versus indifference to suffering. even murderous. magic. here they combine with the sensitivity of tropical Pisces (the sign of Venus' exaltation). needs and worth of others versus intellectual arrogance and using. or Al Hammam. Your actions and discoveries may put you at odds with your community. even physical dangers. experimenting. Quietly autocratic and imperious with an innate sense of your own worth and an almost theatrical lust for danger and adventure. the River flowing into the Universal Sea. exploiting or refusing to heed others. but it is not only the beauty of nature and their native country that inspires you . for these stars bring forth polarities that are either beneficent and compassionate or fanatic. sports are some of the other favored fields. for you hope to free humankind from outdated illusions and conventions of thought. music and a love of good food. murder. Religion (tropical Pisces adds an impulse to self-sacrifice). and a love of theatre.just as often the grim realism of the streets. the Whisperer. pushing the envelope ("they said it couldn't be done"). brain ailments. delighting in travel to new places.
in prison for 2 years after the Civil War) (partially blind in one eye). freedom-loving. 19th-century artist (brain tumor at 38 caused blindness. In your horoscope. fasting. lovable"). the west wall of a temple built for the year-end Great Sacrifice of burnt offerings to ancestors. 19th-century poet and author (alcoholic).Achernar is a star of Eridanus. Charles Darwin. 19th-century Italian nationalist leader. he fasted so fanatically that he died. a knowledge-and-experience-seeking planet. disabled 31/2 years). In the ancient lunar mansions of China. Alfred de Musset . that only prayer. panic attacks) (Lincoln and Darwin were born on the same day. 19th-century author (in his later life. The River). 19th-century artist. Jupiter is the channel through which you receive. 19th-century frontiersman. he "embarked on a life of hectic sexual and alcoholic dissipation that seriously undermined his health"). has an influence that is expansive. free-wheeling. his young lover. Leo XIII . "brilliant. 19th-century Field Marshal and diplomat. Andrew Johnson . careless. lithographer and caricaturist. and Theta Piscium in the back of the West Fish of Pisces. cheerful. Francois Fenelon ("charitable. and that the boulder and rock deposits had not been made by the great flood of the Bible). In ancient India's lunar mansions it was one of the determinants of Purvabhadrapada . enlarging. optimistic. the brightest star of Pegasus.16th century Archbishop of Cambray. Honoré Daumier . Nikolai Gogol . Markab was one of the determinant stars of Chi (Shih).19°Pi49' to 22°Pi31' Jupiter is aligned with starset Markab Jupiter. Indian agent and soldier. ardent anti-slavery champion (battered to unconsciousness with a heavy cane by a Southern congressman. Markab is Alpha Pegasi. Jefferson Davis . Edgar Allen Poe . and slavish obedience to his father confessor might exorcise and expiate. Edwin von Manteuffel . 19th-century composer (died at 39 from a ruptured blood vessel in his brain). Mu Pegasi in the horse's chest. Abraham Lincoln . 19th-century inventor of a blind alphabet. House of the Pyre. but can also be disdainful. Louis Braille . confident. 19th-century US Senator and Secretary of War who became the President of the Confederacy (1st wife died after 3 months of marriage. Lambda Pegasi in his upper foreleg. Jean Louis Agassiz . scout. Karl Bodmer. Kit Carson . pioneer in glacial studies and the effects they had on the Earth (one of the first to suggest that there had been an ice age on Earth. cultural revolutions). ethical. 19th-century naturalist whose "The Origin of Species" published in 1859 caused intense controversy (suffered intestinal illness. at 43").Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 assassination. under these stars. severely wounded in Mexican War. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (suffered from depression) (assassinated). life-saving mass inoculations. as well as history-and-paradigm-altering people and events) Examples of Pluto here include Hadrian. cannibalism (Aratus called Eridanus "The River of Many Tears" .but also. Felix Mendelssohn. over-confident and irresponsible. through sympathetic ophthalmia became blind) (died of tuberculosis at 43) Starset MARKAB . 19th-century Sen. philosophical and humane. Amerind events and connections. playwright and author (a dandy and follower of Beau Brummel. 19th-century naturalist and geologist. generous. Thomas Duncan . 19th-century US President. 19th-century pope. but this is closer to the withers and wing-base of the horse). on the verge of madness. teacher and organist (accidentally stabbed himself in eye at 3. 1st-2nd century CE Roman Emperor (Antinoüs. 'The Former [One . are peace treaties. the Flying Horse (markab means saddle. out-going. increasing. versatile" 19th-century romantic poet. 19th-century US President. 19th-century artist and explorer (famous for paintings of American Indians). Charles Sumner of Massachusetts. Giuseppe Garibaldi . it is accompanied in these celestial longitudes by Sadalbari . fatigue. then death). and to some extent led. both presided over. experience and express the energies of these stars. under the influence of a fanatical priest "he came to regard his extraordinary gift for writing prose as something sent from the devil. drowned himself in the river Nile . to plead for help from the Gods for the coming year. trapper. the Fishes.
being sent away to boarding school. their feet are usually planted firmly in the hard realities of politics and the market-place). mathematics. willing to go through a long struggle to prove your worth. You have no problem combining religious faith with scientific inquiry." wide-ranging curiosity. penetrating. In the lunar mansions of Arabia it was a determinant of the al Fargh al-Mukdim . navigation. comfort.' ruled by Aja Ekapad (Ajaikapad).Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 who Possesses] Auspicious. and you often feel alone. astrology. filmmaking. making you a "true Pisces. which they must extend to all. a few born under these stars become. You enjoy luxury. honesty versus lying and venality. Some born under these stars have difficult childhoods." and may either become a disciplined physique-builder (with some machismo swagger!) or fail to take care of yourself. transmitting universal experiences and emotions. difficulty conceiving or bearing children. tropical and sidereal Pisces overlap here. in and of themselves. you have the gift of deeply affecting others. Because Pisces is a very wide constellation. (Indeed. Possessing a high level of intellectual ability. you would willingly pack your bags and go off to live outside of space and time! (It is interesting that (according to Gleadow) the Great Square of Pegasus formed the sail of a ship in ancient Egypt. quick-witted and sharp-tongued. even in a crowd. and the Winged Horse was a Phoenician symbol of navigation. Movement and travel is important in your life. needing and expecting the admiration and respect of your peers. there may be no children. some stars of Aquarius . which you perceive as a great drama." a goddess of medicine. real success in their lives and endeavors depends upon adherence to a high set of values. dance and choreography . A good mimic and humorist. high strung and intense. a wide and deep imagination combined with an innate nobility and dignified bearing. both within yourself and in those you must deal with. and may consider yourself above. bringing forth the Hippocrene Spring that inspired poets)." Although most here keep to high standards. good living and good food. for you understand that it all flows into one unity. technology and inventions (the telephone. breadth of vision and knowledge. A competitive risk-taker. Here celestial Pegasus soaring the heights of . Whether soaring high in the saddle of Pegasus or diving to the depths on the Fish's back. business and law. law and business. probably relating to Aquarius ' Urn. literature (especially the classics and poetry: in mythology. you are a voyager into the mind and soul of man. but they often make it work for them: "This is madness. scholarship and the arts. Beautiful or Happy Feet. astronomy. for this is also the area of outlying dim stars in the water pouring from his Urn. if you are among those who choose to work in the arts. and you may be a good host and excellent chef. you are creative. a few allow themselves to become corrupt. "The Great Doctoress. illegitimacy. teaching. humanitarianism versus arrant cruelty and coldness to those in their power. and may even be among the few who attain the heights in government. Blessed with a "flying mind. allowing your body to deteriorate. With Pegasus' soul longing to fly free. or independent of. involving adoption. you set high standards for yourself and are capable of the highest level of achievement in science. the very best and the very worst that humankind is capable of seem to come together under these stars. sports (especially skating) and body-building. seeing the whole picture. your lightning-flashes of brilliance set you apart. there are issues of selfish greed versus selfless public service. Other possible fields of achievement are the arts (especially music. You are intensely emotional and sensual (creativity and sexuality are linked). corruption and greed. but you are tempted to "burn the candle at both ends." Fishes are symbols of abundance: there is the potential of great wealth and influence. space pioneers and naval officers often have placements here). Pegasus stamped his hoofs on the earth. physics. but with it the danger of selfishness. and for all their high-flying intellects. a few here may have some mental or emotional instability. education. in very ancient Euphratean cuneiform texts.this is the Vedic mansion of "happy feet" and Pegasus' prancing legs!). liberty and the right of self-determination are important to you. you may like to surprise and shock people. not just their own nation or sect. but there are severe challenges of aggression and corruption. the ethics (including sexual ethics) and laws of your community. the Water-Pourer formed a figure called Gula. The Fore-spout of the Water Bucket. the One-Footed Goat. loss of a parent or similar situations.. printing and the inventors of wireless telegraphy and radio are represented here!). associated with heat and burning (which ties in with China's House of the Pyre!). eloquent (with a tendency to exaggerate) and a natural propagandist. yet there is method in't. the loss of children or disappointments relating to them. universal archetypes. for aviators.
panic attacks) (Lincoln and Darwin were born on the same day. Charles Darwin. and to some extent led. 19th-century chef. 19th-century composer (died at 39 from a ruptured blood vessel in his brain). both participated in. Betty Furness . 18th-19th-century self-educated mathematician and astronomer. authors. Patti Page . Axe quadruplets (female) . poet and teacher. Irving Stone . lung ailments. fatigue. depression. Francis Ford Coppola . author. Elizabeth Clare Prophet ." Luigi Galvani . mental instability. fog. Lord Roberts. mathematician and mystic. John Dillinger . actress and consumer advocate. gangster. British general loved by his troops (Kipling's "Bobs") (lost one eye in childhood illness). 19th-century US President. massacres. uterine problems. 19th-century artist and explorer (famous for paintings of American Indians). explosions. 19th-century naturalist whose "The Origin of Species" published in 1859 caused intense controversy (suffered intestinal illness. Seamus Heaney. George Balanchine . Ivar Kreugar ("The Match King"). Dr George Shambaugh . Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso). guru of survivalist sect (Alzheimer's disease). Nathaniel Bowditch. Possible physical and/or psychological manifestations: asthma. poisons. possible danger from weapons.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 heaven and the West Fish of Pisces delving the deeps offer their vast span of vision and experience to all born under their stars. David Frost . 16th-17th-century astronomer. author of The New American Practical Navigator. the arrogant use of force. Frederick. Pellegrino Artusi. known for his translation of "Beowulf. Booker T Washington. Johannes Kepler . suffocation. singer. choreographer and food connoisseur (died at 79 of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease). 18th-century physiologist. Gov Lester Maddox of Georgia (segregationist). Felix Mendelssohn ." George Orwell . film director. he finally set aside his despair and took it upon himself to educate the local inhabitants). cultural revolutions). Anatole France . William H Masters . founder of Tuskegee Institute. astrologer. the "Great Emancipator" of slaves (suffered from depression) (assassinated). "the best book of navigation of his time. exiled 1st-century BCE-1st-century CE Roman poet and mythologist (banished in 8 CE to a remote Black Sea town because passages in his "Ars amatoria" were offensive to Emperor Augustus. dancer. slave-born 19th-century educator. television interviewer. eruptions. fevers. air contamination. sex researcher. "one of the half dozen men who totally dominated the world financial structure in the 1920's and early 30's" (suicide-shot himself). swindler and unscrupulous international financier. fires. travel and law) Examples of Jupiter here include Abraham Lincoln. invasions. animal attacks (also occurring under these stars are great. unable to return to Rome. historical break-through developments. authority on ear disorders and pioneer in use of am operating microscope to prevent deafness due to congenital ear defects. Karl Bodmer . especially in communications.
by Elijah H Burritt. and her chapter on Fixed Stars and the Hindu Lunar Mansions appears in Richard Houck's Hindu Astrology Lessons. Dell Horoscope & American Astrology magazines. . she has written articles for the Mountain Astrologer. Email address: ye-stars@ix. Rosenberg lives in New York. Geocosmic News. Rosenberg has been acclaimed as the world's foremost authority on Fixed Stars. Arabic and Chinese Lunar Mansions Research Workbook" and a "Correspondence Course in Fixed Stars and Constellations" . Text Copyright © 2004. The Traditional Astrologer.Page Page 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Conclusion Author and lecturer Diana K. Manzils and Hsui: Hindu. 1835. NCGR Journal. Diana K. NCGR's "Essentials of Intermediate Astrology" contains her essay on Fixed Stars.com Illustrations are from The Geography of the Heavens. USA. Rosenberg. Heliogram. Diana K. Astrology Quarterly. She is the author of "The New Fixed Star Workbook". Ingress. Urania.netcom. "Nakshatras. Llewellyn's "The Astrology of the Macrocosm" includes her chapter "Stalking the Wild Earthquake" . A founding member and Vice-President of The Uranian Society. New York.
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