Chiron and the Goddesses fill out the birth chart exploring aspects of spirituality and empowerment in the realm of the feminine
Would you like to know more about your capacity to nurture, marital relationships, problem solving skills, sexuality and healing power?
This new Asteroid Report by Viniita Hutchinson gives interpretations of the four major asteroids (Ceres, Juno, Vesta, and Pallas Athena) and Chiron, which can shed light on these important areas of human experience.
This report talks about the symbolic meaning of asteroids and how they operate in your birth horoscope.
Astrology is an ancient science and art that has been in use for centuries. The planets are named after the Mediterranean gods of ancient Rome and Greece. This illustrates the awareness possessed by our ancestors of the synchronicity between the activation of life’s archetypal energies and the movements of heavenly bodies that seem to measure the timing of these events.
The Asteroid Goddesses
The asteroids lie in a belt that orbits between Mars and Jupiter. It is now known that this belt is comprised of thousands of asteroids, but the first four were discovered in the late 19th century, many years in advance of the rest.
These four asteroids were named after four major Olympic goddesses, which happened to redress the gender imbalance among the primarily male planetary deities that populate the horoscope. Thus it was that Ceres, Juno, Vesta, and Pallas Athena came along at the time of the birth of the women’s movement in the nineteenth century.
- Ceres shows your capacity to nurture and what you really care about.
- Juno clarifies how you deal with committed personal relationships.
- Vesta can give your keys to how you express your sexuality.
- Pallas Athena shows your approach to solving problems creatively.
- Chiron gives clues to where you can be a mentor or a healer.
Each of the asteroids and Chiron are described by:
- The sign they inhabit in your chart
- The house in which they are found
- Aspects made to other points in your natal chart
Chiron was discovered in 1977, and was named after the wise Greek centaur who tasted immortality. Chiron lies between Saturn and Uranus and occasionally passes within the orbit of Saturn. At first thought to be a comet or asteroid it is now considered a “planetoid” or small planet-like body.
The astrological portraits of the asteroids and Chiron have emerged through the observations of fascinated astrologers over the last century. This report informs you of their symbolic meaning and gives you insight into how they operate in your own horoscope.
The report is £15. Please pay via paypal. The report will be emailed to you as a PDF. Pam inputs your birth data by hand so please allow up to 24 hours for delivery. After payment you will be redirected to a page where you enter your birth details.