You'll start by learning about your sun sign, then the other planets' locations and significance. The astrological houses—the divisions of the wheel of the sky when you were born—follow.
show you your entire existence. Finally, you'll reach the facets, which indicate how each location is related by degree. But what about the other things in the night sky?
Astrology predates high-definition telescopes and cameras by thousands of years. The tale included any significant, visible celestial body, even if it wasn't a planet.
The first asteroid you'll learn about is Chiron. Chiron is Zeus and Phylira's abandoned half-human, half-horse kid. Apollo raised the centaur, despite his half-animal appearance.
Vesta (Hestia) is a homebody. She refused marriage and tended fire. The fireplace was the center of meals, family gatherings, warmth, and flame ceremonies.
Jupiter's wife, Hera, is Greek. Juno, a mythological figure, wasn't treated fairly until modern science proved the asteroid wasn't a planet.
Another asteroid, Demeter (Ceres), was originally thought to be a planet. Her daughter Prosperina, or Persephone, was her most famous relationship. .
Your chart has another warrior besides Aries. Pallas, often known as Minerva, is the goddess of knowledge, strategy, and self-defense.
Sappho was not a Roman deity, but her poetry made her a significant figure. Sapphic refers to her and lesbian to Lesbos, where she grew up.
Eros is Cupid, Venus' son. Venus represents beauty, art, and riches; Eros represents passion and sexuality. Eros' babyish look may disclose our desires.
Eros' princess Psyche represents psychology and the mind. This may be more direct—psychology may attract you if Psyche is in your 9th house—but it can expose your true nature.