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Having then demonstrated the use of both Regulus and Graffias with these treaties, we can look back to the observed fact that the Continental Congress convened both of its sessions on days that either Regulus or Graffias formed mundane squares with the high-noon Sun. This can be reviewed on edkohout. Also worth mentioning is Saturn conjunct Zubenelgenubi at the fulcrum of the scales of Libra, the ancient exaltation of Saturn, and a most favorable position for that planet, and for matters of legal unions such as this. Moving forward to Cornwallis' demise at Yorktown , a case can be made for elective astrology governing the time of formal surrender.
Washington's request for the agreement to be signed at AM is agreed to. Figure 5. Relocating this chart to Cornwallis' capital, London, uncovers another "33," and one astro-cartographologically significant to the Royal Observatory at Greenwhich: the zenithing of Eltanin, the gamma of the constellation Draco, which Flamsteed numbered "33 Draconis. The only stars of similar brightness that come this close are Alkaid of the Big Dipper and the gamma of Perseus. Yet, this star's special mystical importance dates back thousands of years before the recent intimate connection to the Royal Observatory.
Draco, the dragon, was a " Its many stars were the 42 heavenly judges, namely Osiris and his assistants, among them ibis-headed Thoth, and jackal-headed Anubis. Draco's head was the Hall of Justice or Judgment Hall. According to Allen, we should not confuse the astrological nodes and their codification in India with Draco:. Allen also stresses the historical importance of this star to the Egyptians and Arabs, Eltanin was of vital interest to ancient astronomers, mainly due to its nearness to the celesial pole the axis of the sidereal where Polaris now inhabits :.
Now, while I wouldn't go as far as to say that the Revolutionaries are the Sun and the defeated British Army is the Dragon in this whole scheme, it is an interesting parallel, and part of how Masonry adopted the Solar deity in its own rituals. Mars Moon Mentioned by Ptolemy in connection with blindness. The Galactic Center. The most important point in astrology. Cusp of the Twenty-Second Lunar Mansion. An ambitious degree. Jupiter Mars Keen perception, domination; ambition, success; horsemanship. Unusual ability. Sun Mars Blindness or defective sight; illness; accidents.
Degree of history. Jupiter South Node. Jupiter Mercury - Saturn Mercury Optimism; veracity; a religious tendency. Cusp of the Twenty-Third Lunar Mansion. Jupiter Mercury Happiness, good fortune. Sun Mars Heroic, courageous, defiant; blindness from fire or explosion. Venus Mercury - Jupiter trine Saturn in Part of Fortune Beneficent, idealistic, hopeful, refined, changeable; grave, outwardly pretentious, but usually lascivious. Fall of Jupiter. A degree of duty. Degree of solid matter. Intellectual and governmental. Mars Jupiter Benevolent, liberal; ability to command; and a successful warrior.
Pluto South Node. A scholarly degree. Governmental authority; music. Saturn South Node. Venus Saturn Cunning, mercenary; a fortune, with a guilty conscience and unsavory reputation. Cusp of the Twenty-Fourth Lunar Mansion. Land and farming. Exaltation of Mars. Degree of collecting. Venus Mercury Beauty; a lovable disposition; resigned to Fate. Mars Jupiter - Uranus Mercury sextile Sun Bold, confident, unyielding, liberal, valiant; sudden, but ephemeral wealth; a position of command; danger from reptiles.
Saturn Venus If conj. Mercury: a clever and penetrating mind. Saturn Venus Similar to Oculus. Solar Eclipse: January 26, Cusp of Twenty-fifth Lunar Mansion. Executive; presidential. The principle of things. Neptune South Node. Mars Mercury Contemptible, nagging, contentious, unstable. If Mars afflicted here: assassination. Saturn Jupiter Bites from venomous creatures. Degree of beauty; literature. The Center of Humanity, the angel point. Solar eclipse, February 5, State of air and gases. Saturn Jupiter Bad reputation; uncontrollable temper.
Saturn Jupiter Danger from beasts; conflict with evil, but ultimate success. Saturn Mercury - Sun sextile Uranus Trouble, disgrace. Saturn Jupiter Sorrow and joy, life and death, always hanging in the balance. Saturn Mercury Persecution, sudden destruction; the death penalty, if afflicted. The Watcher of the South v. Royal Stars. Venus Mercury - Jupiter square in Pisces - Sagittarius Supposedly fortunate and powerful, yet a sublime malevolence that fluctuates between material and spiritual expression. If rising, according to Cardan: great learning, and an "immortal name. Cusp of Twenty-Seventh Lunar Mansion.
Venus Mercury Facile and ingenious mind. Jupiter Confers royal honors; success in public office. Fall of Mercury. Cusp of Twenty-Eighth Lunar Mansion. Mars Mercury Honors, but danger from fire, fever, cuts and blows. Exaltation of Venus. Mars Mercury Extreme misfortune; suicide, drowning, perhaps murder. Saturn Mercury A fatalistic influence.
For more complete data on the stars, refer to Vivian E. Robson's volume, "Fixed Stars in Astrology. Distance of a celestial body below the horizon: its horizontal distance North. Descendant The opposite point to the Ascendant q. The cusp of the 7th house. The western angle. Loosely applied to the whole of the seventh house. Said of a planet in any house from the Fourth to the Ninth. While one may speak of a body as "setting" when it passes below the Western horizon, it is "descending" from the time it passes the Midheaven until it reaches the opposite point, or Imum Coeli.
The end to which all unrestrained forces lead. The aim of most religions, including Astrology, is to help one to become the master of his Destiny. Lacking this mastery, Destiny largely determines the part we play in the scheme of things. Destiny vs. Will adds up to experience, as a result of which we can be said to evolve, and become a developed or remain an undeveloped child of Destiny.
The shrinking statue of the character Destiny from scene to scene in Maeterlinck's "Betrothal" was symbolic of the diminishing power of Destiny as man evolves in character through the experience of the will and as the fruit of experience. The Consciousness of Purpose, which is a fundamental of MacDougan's system of Psychology, compares to the Astrological sense of Destiny that is imparted through the sign position of the Sun. The individual feels but fails to identify that Destiny until after a long search he "finds himself" - his place in life.
But the demand for self-expression through that Destiny is the driving and sustaining conviction that spurs his search until he does find it. These stimulate the unequal development of the endocrine glands which results in the state of glandular imbalance that is now recognized as the cause of so many mental and emotional complexes and physical ills. Properly employed it applies to the placement of a planet in the opposite Sign from that of which it is said to be the Ruler; although it is frequently applied to Debility by Sign position, which includes the opposite Sign to that in which it is in its Exaltation, as well as to those of which it is Ruler.
Applied to an aspect which is computed backward, against the order of the Signs; in which the aspected body is elevated above the aspecting body. If this appears opposite to what you sense it should be, remember that Ptolemy, who originated the term, knew only apparent motion - that of the daily motion of the heavens because of the Earth's rotation; therefore the one ahead, was on the right hand - dexter; and the one behind, was on the left hand - sinister. There is some controversy as to which are the stronger, although the ancients gave preference to the dexter.
Today, some differentiation can be had by application of the Doppler effect noted in spectroscopy, wherein the ray from a body whose position is becoming increasingly distant is displaced toward the red end of the spectrum, while with lessening distance the displacement is toward the violet end. Since the dexter aspect is forming as the result of increasing distance it would show a displacement toward the red end, which would tend to introduce into the aspect a measure of Mars energy; while the sinister aspect, forming as the result of decreasing distance, would show a displacement toward the violet end, which would tend to introduce into the aspect a measure of Venus or Jupiter geniality.
From this one might infer that the relative desirability of a dexter and sinister aspect is somewhat dependent upon the nature of the planets that are involved. The ninth. The Hindu name for the sign Sagittarius. Dichotome, or Dicotome. Applied to that phase of the lunar orb, or of an inferior planet, in which only half of its disk appears illuminated, i. Dignities and Debilities.
Conditions of placement wherein a planet's influence is strengthened, are termed Dignities; if weakened they are termed Debilities. These are of two varieties: Essential and Accidental. Part One of this article. A planet in a Sign in which it is strengthened, is in one of its Essential Dignities; in a House in which it is strengthened, in its Accidental Dignity. The Essential Dignities are: 1 when a planet is in a Sign of which it is the Ruler, when it is said to be in its own Sign, or in its Domal Dignity. It is ambiguous and confusing to call this its House-position.
If the Sign which a planet rules is on the cusp of the House in which the planet is posited, the planet may be described as the Lord of the House: but the strength as such depends upon its Essential Dignity by virtue of its Sign placement. Some authorities deem that placement in any other Sign of the same element as that of which it is the Ruler confers a degree of Dignity; 2 When it is posited in the Sign in which it is said to be Exalted, wherein its strength is augmented and its virtues magnified. A planet in its Exaltation is only slightly less favorably placed than when it is in its own Sign; 3 By ancient precepts, the placement of a planet in the same Triplicity as that of which it is the Ruler, in the same Term, or in the same Face, were deemed to be Essential Dignities of varying degree.
Relative values were computed by points as follows: Sign 5; Mutual reception by house, 5; Exaltation 4; mutual reception by Exaltation 4; Triplicity 3; Term 2; Face 1. In the opposite Sign to that which it rules, a planet is said to be in its Detriment; which is to say, in opposition to its most congenial environment, hence materially weakened.
In the opposite Sign to that in which it would be in its Exaltation, it is said to be in its Fall. A planet in its Debility is generally to be interpreted as an indication of weakness in that it increases the bad effects of malefic, and lessens the possibilities for good of a benefic. The Succedent Houses come next, with the Cadent Houses weakest. Other Accidental Dignities, according to older authorities, are: favorable aspects to Fortune; freedom from combustion; favorable aspects from benefics; swift in motion and increasing in light; and in a House which corresponds to the Sign of its Essential Dignity - as the Sun in the Fifth House, corresponding to Leo; Moon in the Fourth House, corresponding to Cancer; Mercury in the Third or Sixth House, corresponding to Gemini and Virgo; and so on.
Modern authorities, however, usually confine the use of the term to House placement or Elevation. Accidental Dignities are not necessarily benevolent. The increased strength may result harmfully if expressed through unfavorable aspects. The number of planets which are accidentally dignified is a character - index of importance. A planet so placed as to gain strength by way of Essential or Accidental dignity, does not necessarily confer a benevolent disposition. For example, a significator that is exalted, angular, and not afflicted indicates a person of haughty arrogant nature, assuming more than is his due.
Charles E. Carter considers that a planet in its own sign benefits quantitatively, but not qualitatively; i. Point values by which to judge the relative strength of the Accidental Dignities, as listed by Wilson, are:. Ascendant or Midheaven Besieged by Jupiter and Venus Partile conj. Cor Leonis Direct motion Partile trine, Jupiter and Venus Partile sextile, Jupiter and Venus Swift of motion Increasing in light Saturn, oriental Jupiter, oriental Mars, oriental Moon, occidental Mercury, occidental Venus, occidental In the Term of Jupiter or Venus Point values of the Accidental Debilities are:.
Besieged by Mars and Saturn Caput Algol Under the Sunbeams Partile opposition, Mars or Saturn Partile square, Mars or Saturn Decreasing in light Decreasing in motion, or slow Saturn occidental Jupiter occidental Moon oriental Mercury oriental Venus oriental In term of Mars or Saturn Certain Dignities specifically ascribed to Fortuna are:. Not Combust In Taurus or Pisces In Cancer, Leo, Libra, or Sagittarius Partile trine, Venus or Jupiter In Gemini Partile sextile, Jupiter or Venus In Virgo In Term of Venus or Jupiter The Debilities ascribed to Fortuna are:.
In Scorpio, Capricorn, or Aquarius Opposition, Mars or Jupiter In Aries Term of Mars or Saturn The totals of the Dignities in comparison to the totals of the Debilities affords a determination of the potential strength of the planet. According to the strength each assumes in a nativity, will its power to activate become manifest:. Dignities and Debilities, contd.
Part Two of this article. Of Dignities Calvin in "Scientific Astrology" says:- "A planet in its own Sign, unless retrograde or seriously afflicted by the malefics, is as one who is master of his own house and goods. In its Exaltation it is strong, but less so than were he his own master. In its Detriment it is weak, as one in his neighbor's house and not master thereof.
In its Fall it is as one who is poverty-stricken and without power. Of Mutual Reception he says: "When two planets are in each other's Signs, even though in evil aspect to one another, the effect is beneficial, as of people exchanging courteous social amenities. As to Accidental Dignities, he says: "A planet is strong if it is in an angle of the Figure, swift in motion, direct, and overwhelmingly in good aspect with other planets.
As to retrograde motion he says: "It tends to bring out the introspective rather than the objective qualities of the native, and is generally synonymous with belated or denied benefits. Another generalization based upon the Accidental Dignities of the Geocentric Figure stipulates that "When the Moon is higher than the Sun, the personality and sensibilities usually rule. With their positions reversed the character will dominate the career. If both are below the horizon, the life will be correspondingly unfortunate. James Wilson expressed doubt concerning the efficacy of some of the dignities, and cited the Ptolemy dictum that "Planets are strong in the world when they are oriental, swift in motion, direct, and increasing in light; and strong in the Nativity when angular or succedant, particularly in the south or cast angles.
The following Table shows the Essential Dignities and Debilities:. Some authorities give Virgo as the Exaltation of Mercury - as well as the Sign of its rulership; hence also Pisces as the Sign of its Fall. A planet that is unfavorably aspected is sometimes loosely characterize as debilitated; also any Sign dessimilar in its nature to the Sign it rules - as Saturn in Pisces.
Properly speaking, a planet is said to be in its Dignity solely by virtue of position, in distinction to any strength conferred by a supporting aspect. The same table arranged in the order of the Signs follows:. North Node South Node. South Node North Node. Some authorities limit the Exaltation and Fall to specific degrees:. Exaltation Wemyss attributes the rulership of Pisces to the asteroids; probably fragments of what once was or was intended to be a planet between the Earth and Mars.
Thereby he explains the lack of a consciousness of Destiny which is an outstanding feature of the Pisces nature. Most authorities attribute to an Essential Dignity the force of a harmonious aspect, and to a Debility that of an inharmonious aspect. The basis on which these Exaltations were assigned is lost in antiquity. Certain correspondences are worthy of notice, as bearing on their selection. The Sun as giver of life, finds an important function in Aries, which rules the head he scat of the mind. The changeable nature of the Moon is stabilized by the fixity of Taurus - the provider of the home.
Venus finds its most ready servitor in the philanthropic Pisces. Mars is stabilized and harnessed in Saturn-ruled Capricorn. Saturn finds a noble outlet in Libra - the purveyor of justice. Jupiter in Cancer, representing the home, is there sublimated into devotion. This supposed dignity seems to have had its origin with the Arabians.
Almansor, in his aphorisms, says "Saturn and the Sun have their exaltations opposite, because one loves darkness and the other light; Jupiter and Mars are opposite, because one is a lover of justice and the other of misrule; and Mercury and Venus have opposite places, because one loves learning and science, and the other sensual pleasures - which are mutual enemies to each other.
It can be noted that harmonious aspects join the signs of Rulership and Exaltation, as follows:. Capricorn or Virgo. Cancer or sextiles Capricorn.
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As explained by Ptolemy in the Tetrabiblos, the Moon and the Sun were assigned to the Rulership of Cancer and Leo because "these are the most Northerly of all the Signs, and approach nearer than any others to the Zenith of this part of the Earth: the Moon to Cancer because both are feminine, and the Sun to Leo, because both are masculine. In order that each planet might rule a Sign in each semi-circle, whereby it could be configurated with both Sun and Moon, Mercury, which is never more than one Sign distant from the Sun, was assigned to the rulership of Gemini and Virgo; Venus, which is never more than two Signs distant, to Taurus and Libra; Mars, because it is dry in nature, was assigned to two Signs of a similar nature, Aries and Scorpio, whose square relation to the respective Signs of the luminaries was appropriately discordant; Jupiter, whose fruitful nature deserved a harmonious relationship in which to operate for good, was assigned to the two trine Signs Pisces and Sagittarius; leaving Saturn, a cold planet in an orbit remote from the harmonious, to be assigned to Cancer and Aquarius, and for the added reason that their "configuration by opposition does not cooperate towards the production of good.
To render matters worse confounded some of the moderns have endeavored to upset the scheme by assigning to Uranus the rulership of Aquarius, and to Neptune the rulership of Pisces, and are now in a battle royal as to whether Pluto shall be assigned to Aries or Scorpio. Looked at from a scientist's viewpoint the entire Doctrine of Dignities appears to be a fortune-teller's device whereby to find at least some answer to a question concerning a House which contains no planets, and is thus unable to give positive testimony regarding a question asked.
Wilson seemed to think that Placidus side-stepped the doctrine as one with which he could not agree, but regarding which he dared not disagree. Marc Edmund Jones says that few modern practitioners pay much attention to the Essential Dignities and Debilities. Ptolemaic Astrology. To distinguish between these dual rulerships, the positive signs were called Day Houses, and the negative signs, the Night Houses -- although since they are signs not houses, the terms Day Home and Night Home would be preferable.
Day Home Night Home.
A person born by night, with the Sun below the horizon, looks to the Night Homes of the planets to be the stronger; if born with the Sun above the horizon, the Day Homes. The moderns have thrown this into confusion in an effort to ascribe rulerships to the newly-discovered planets - Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. Many authorities prefer however to consider these as second-octave planets: Uranus of Mercury, Neptune of Venus, and Pluto of Mars.
Other systems of rulership have been variously proposed. For further observations on the relative strength of the Dignities: v. Triplicity, Rulers of. Another variety of Dignity, used in Mundane and Horary practice, is that of a planet posited in its own Triplicity. The rulerships of the Triplicities are, however, not always the rulers of the three signs which make up the Triplicity. For example, of the Fire Trigon, Mars as an enemy of the Sun is dethroned, and the Sun is made the ruler by day, and Jupiter by night. This was the Northern Triplicity, since because Jupiter brought to the Egyptians fruitful showers from out of the North he was said to rule the North; also the Northwest, because the outlawed Mars now and then brought in the West wind; and Southwest, because Mars is feminine, and the South is feminine.
Of the Earth Trigon Venus was its ruler by day and the Moon by night. This was the Southern Trigon, because "under the petticoat government of Venus and the Moon," as Wilson puts it, "they contrived to exclude Saturn - for what reason we are not informed. Of the Air Trigon Saturn rules by day and Mercury by night.
It was the Eastern Trigon because Saturn brings East winds and persuaded Mercury to cooperate; and Northeast because Jupiter claimed a share since both are diurnal planets, hence related. It was the Western Trigon because Mars liked the West winds for the reason that they scorched the Egyptians; and the Southwest because of the share of Venus in the trigon.
Concerning all this Wilson adds: "Its absurdity requires no comment; and since the doctrine that countries and cities are governed by certain signs and planets is solely founded on this folly, it is undeserving of the smallest attention. In Horary practice a planet in its Triplicity denotes a respectable person who has a sufficiency of everything, hence is quite comfortable. Dionysian Period. The year cycle of the Sun, on which is based the Dominical Letter, brings the Sun back to the same day of the week.
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The year Metonic Cycle restores the new moon to the same day of the month. Its use in determining Easter Sunday was discontinued with the Gregorian reformation of the Julian calendar. No phase of Astrology is subject to such differences of opinion and practice as that which treats of the changing influences resulting from the various moving bodies of the solar system, as they affect the individual through the sundry sensitive points produced by the impact of planetary rays during his first day of life.
Chief among these are three basic systems: Transits , Primary Directions , and Secondary Progressions. Transits are based upon the actual motions of the various bodies, whereby Saturn, for example, with a revolutionary period of approximately 30 years, will in that time return to the place it occupied on a day of birth; during which period it will transit over each one of the sensitive points of the Birth Figure.
Thus when it passes over the radical position of Venus there results a Saturn impulse through a Venus expectancy; and so on for all the moving planets in relation to each of the sensitive points. There is no controversy concerning transits, other than their relative strength and importance as compared to Directions and Progressions. Directions and Progressions are based on a theory that since each actual day's revolution of the Earth finds the Sun advanced one degree beyond the point where it was on the preceding day, and since the extra four minutes of rotation required to traverse this degree is the equivalent of the day required for the Earth to traverse the degree in its annual revolution, one degree of rotation is equal to one day's revolution.
Out of this it is deduced that since a degree is equal to a day, and a day is equal to a year, a degree is equal to a year. There is also biblical authority for some such statement. On this assumption is founded an elaborate system of calculations, all of which come to naught in case the original premise is rejected. The Primary System , so called, is thus a calculation of the number of four-minute intervals during which a given planet will move from its birth position to the place where it conjoins or aspects a sensitive degree - usually the birth-position of some other planet.
Then since each four-minute arc represents a year of life, it is assumed that in a given year there will be in force a directed aspect between these two bodies. Since each of these calculations are separately made and applied, the term "directed" is employed, such as "Jupiter directed to the place of Saturn," and so on. These arcs of Direction must be computed in fractional divisions of the semi-arc, since in various latitudes at different seasons of the year the arc from the horizon to the Midheaven may be variously more or less than go".
Secondary Progressions , much easier to calculate, are based on the theory that the positions of the planets on the third day of life, for example, will represent a correct Progressed horoscope for the third year of life, and so on. In this system one casts a Progressed Figure for the year desired, by casting it for that many days after birth, using the ephemeris of the year of birth. One of the first observations is the evident fact that in ancient times the astrologer did not have the availability of ephemerides for different years, and this was a simple means whereby to secure an approximation.
One modern adaptation which combines features of both systems is the so-called Radix System, which assumes an Ascendant degree that is advanced for every year an amount equal to one day's average travel of the Earth around the Sun, which in advancing sweeps the whole scheme of sensitive points along with it. Also, as the Ascendant moves downward, carrying the planets to new positions, the original places of the planets move upwards - thereby creating double the number of sensitive points, and allowing for directions to be figured in both direct and converse motion. Another method is the Annual Solar Revolution , a Figure cast for the exact moment in any given year on which the Sun returns to the exact degree, minute and second which it occupied on the day of birth.
A derivation of this system is the so-called "Key-Cycle" devised by Wynn. Wealth, fame, honour, glamour, the "Fortunate One". Inspiration, fame, honour, benefits through travel, success through work. Ability to research keen, studious and profound mind, business, government, law, science, arts, lies. Deep research of any kind, police investigation, espionage and esoteric subjects. Interest in astrology and spirituality, metaphysics, sacrifice.
Honour, dignity, literate, brilliant, poetic, scandals, betrayal in love, sorrow through children.
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Wisdom, astronomy, divination, medicine, botany and music. Loss, theft, betrayal, abuse, venereal disease, poisoning, drowning, anguish, revenge, criminality. Serpentis the "Accursed Degree". A malefic degree, tragedy, misfortune, the "Accursed Degree". This degree does not precess. Honours, wealth, distinction, brilliant mind, success in sports, politics, war, religion, writing, tragedy, violence, melancholy.
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Success followed by fall, suicide, insanity, accidents, success in war, politics, writing, problems in love, forgery, shipwreck, loss, earthquake. Good health, high morals, disillusion through love, success with the masses. Occult and philosophical learning, self analysis, honours, stubborn, cruel. Fixity of purpose, strength of character, ardent nature and dangerous passions. Passionate, blindly good-hearted, easily seduced, healer with herbs. The Archangel Oriel, the Watcher of the West. Spirit of adventure, obstinacy, injuries to eyes, honours, sudden loss, stubborn, suspicious, violent, several marriages.
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Impulsive, honourable, good for astrology, government, writing, sports, finance, the arts, accidents, wounds, blindness, criminality. Wastefulness and lost energy, perverted moral, success in evil deeds. Just, truthful, righteous and benevolent, interest in architecture and freemasonry. Trouble with women, drugs, poisoning, hallucination, medicines, infections, mystical healing.
Danger, desperation, immorality and malevolence, connected with acid poisons, accidents, catastrophes, operations. Liking solitude, good concentration, dishonour, downfall and loss of prestige, esoteric and philosophical studies. Eye trouble, blindness, depression, hopelessly doomed, morbid religious outlook, no concern for human life. Eye trouble, blindness or bad eyesight. Martial desires, high ambitions, domination, keen perception, success. Promoters of idealistic and humane ideas, promoters of mental stimuli, enterprise and a sense of justice. Blindness, violent death, leadership, war, coldness, detached, perfectionist, earthquakes.
Luck in politics, artistic talent, fleeting fame, double dealing, generosity, practicality. Artistic talent, sexual adventures, disgrace, gaudiness, independent thought, trouble with authority, death by violence. Martial Arts, ability to command, liberality, beneficence. Vanity and love of display, together with a long life and sometimes fame. Strength and power, rise in life, riches, cunning, disgrace.
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Spoil and plunder, imagination, strong passions, will, clairvoyance, fame, powerful mind. Combative, opinionated, jealousy, danger of death in battle. Contemplative, cultured, artistic, congenial appearance and disposition. Sudden but ephemeral fortune, impulsiveness, courage, accidents, astrology, writing. Beneficience, peculiar events, love affairs, great good fortune. Keen intellect, good for business, military, analysis.
Danger, persecution and even death, but also said to give good fortune. Destructiveness, uncontrollable temper, malevolence. Writing, government, religion, overcomes evil. Gives friendship and sagacity but frivolity and love of pleasure. Astrology, occult, government, business, psychic, visionary, original. Soar to great heights, potential of sudden downfall. Archangel Gabriel, the Watcher of the South.
Congenital birth defects, magic, fame, occult, faith, "Star of Alchemy", addiction, undesirable associates. Intelligent, creative, original, naive, astrology, writing, the public, dog bites. Good fortune, personal charm, lasting happiness, pychic interests, sensitivity, occult interests, many friends. Sudden success in public office, religious benefits, access to another realm. Saturn "the mouth of the River" a constellation extending over several Signs.