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Starseed Characteristics and Signs you should know about

Looking at the stars, feeling like you dont belong here and wanting to go home.
Have you ever felt like you could be different and from another planet than everyone elseif you
had that thought then there is some truth to it. There is a group of people known as starseeds who feel
a deep longing, feel lonely and foreign in this planet. In this article I will list thestarseed
characteristics and if you have most of them then you maybe a starseed. The starseeds on this planet
experience loneliness and separateness which is a human condition, they also have a sense of being
foreigners in our world. They just find the behavior and intentions of the society on earth confusing
and illogical, these starseeds are very good at understanding hidden intentions even when they are
young. Starseeds rarely become involved in organization of society like, politics, economics, health
care and so on. Maybe this is sounding familiar to you.
We are all visitors to this time, this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to
observe, to learn, to grow, to love and then we return home.
Most starseeds face amnesia of their identity, origins and their purpose, like anyone else here on
earth. There is one ability which separates them is that starseeds have special genes that are encoded
with a wake up call. They are designed to wake up at a pre-determined time in their life. The
awakening varies between starseeds, it can be either gentle and gradual or to even sudden and
dramatic. They change dramatically upon their memory coming back, which allows starseeds to
consciously take up their mission and purpose here on earth. They feel a deeper connection to
their higher self and are guided by their inner knowledge. Starseeds are comfortable with the idea of
star ships, intergalactic travel and life forms on other galaxies. They find it normal. Here are
some starseed characteristics

10 Starseed Characteristics you Should Know

1. You feel like you were very ancient to your core, like you may have existed before.
2. You feel tired of being here and have that sense of simply wanting to go home.
3. You can some how feel what your home looks like even though you cant describe it in a logical
4. You always felt that you were unique as a child and there was no one like you. You always felt
you were special or higher regardless of your social stature.
5. You had paranormal and psychic experiences, you saw ghost or other entities, seeing interdimensionally. You saw through the illusion and could read other peoples thoughts.
6. You are very empathic and sometimes its too much for you.
7. You feel your body functions differently than other people. It is more finely tuned and has a habit
of reacting like none elses.
8. You are very intelligent but not interested in any schools.
9. You always struggle to find what you want to do with your life because nothing on this planet
make sense to you.
10. Alot of times you have trouble being in touch with your body or the limitations you have frustrate

Constellation Guide
The International Astronomical Union recognizes 88 constellations covering the entire northern
and southern sky. Here is a selection of the most familiar and easily seen constellations in the
northern sky.

Constellation Guide


Aquila, the Eagle

Aries, the Ram

Auriga, the Charioteer

Botes, the Herdsman

Cancer, the Crab

Canis Major, the Great Dog

Capricornus, the Sea-Goat

Cassiopeia, the Queen

Cygnus, the Swan

Gemini, the Twins

Leo, the Lion

Libra, the Scales

Lyra, the Harp

Orion, the Hunter

Pegasus, the Flying Horse

Perseus, the Hero

Pisces, the Fish

Sagittarius, the Archer

Scorpius, the Scorpion

Taurus, the Bull

Ursa Major, the Great Bear


How did the constellations get their names?

Most constellation names are Latin in origin, dating from the Roman empire, but their meanings
often originated in the distant past of human civilization. Scorpius, for instance, was given its
name from the Latin word for scorpion, but ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs from before 3000 B.C.
refer to the star group as "Ip," the scorpion king. Orion, the hunter, bears a Greek name, but had
been seen as a hunter-hero figure since the times of ancient Babylon.
Of course, many of the constellation names are more modern -- Telescopium, the telescope,
being a rather obvious newcomer. In fact, by the 19th century the night sky had become crowded
with overlapping and often contradictory constellation boundaries and names as different schools
of astronomy prepared their own versions of star maps. To clear up the confusion, names and
boundaries were "officially" assigned to 88 constellations by the International Astronomical
Union in 1930, providing complete coverage of the entire sky.

How do the signs of the zodiac relate to astronomy?

Though many people start their days by checking their horoscope in the newspaper, the 12
constellations of the zodiac are no more important to astronomers than the other 76
The significance of the zodiac stems from the fact that the ecliptic -- the narrow path on the sky
that the Sun, Moon, and planets appear to follow -- runs directly through these star groupings.
Since ancient times, the Sun, Moon, and planets have been known as special astronomical
objects -- they "wander" through the background stars of the zodiac, which remain fixed with
respect to each other. It was reasoned that these zodiacal constellations must be special to make
up this path, and the relative positions of the "wandering stars" within them bore great
True scientific astronomy has its roots in the attempts of ancient astrologers to predict future
occurrences of, for instance, imperial Jupiter and the blood-red planet Mars meeting within the
charging bull of Taurus -- a potentially powerful omen for those who believed the planets
represented the gods themselves.