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CELESTIAL AND ASTRONOMICAL SIGNS


The Twelve Signs of the Zodiac.

Aries.svg Aries
Taurus.svg Taurus
Gemini.svg Gemini
Cancer.svg Cancer
Leo.svg Leo
Virgo.svg Virgo
Libra.svg Libra
Scorpio.svg Scorpio
Sagittarius.svg Sagittarius
Capricorn.svg Capricorn
Aquarius.svg Aquarius
Pisces.svg Pisces

The Nine Planets.

Saturn Saturn
Jupiter Jupiter
Mars Mars
Earth Earth
Venus Venus
Mercury Mercurius
Uranus Georgium
Sidus
Ceres Ceres
Pallas Pallas
Juno Juno
Vesta Vesta
Sol Sun
Full moon Moon

Seven of the Planets sometimes imply the seven days of the week.

Dies Solis, Sunday
Dies Lunæ, Monday
Dies Martis, Tuesday
Dies Mercurii, Wednesday
Dies Jovis, Thursday
Dies Veneris, Friday
Dies Saturni, Saturday
Northnode-symbol.svg The Dragon's Head, or ascending node, and

Southnode-symbol.svg The Dragon's Tail, or descending node, are the two points in which the eclipses happen.

 

The Aspects.

Conjunction-symbol.svg Conjunctio; happens when two planets stand under each other in the same sign and degree.

Opposition-symbol.svg Oppositio; happens when two planets stand diametrically opposite each other.

Trine-symbol.svg Trigonus; happens when one planet stands from another four signs, or 120 degrees; which make one-third part of the ecliptic.

Square-symbol.svg Quadril; happens when two planets stand three signs from each other, which make 90 degrees, or the fourth-part of the ecliptic.

Sextile-symbol.svg Sextil; is the sixth part of the ecliptic, which is two signs, and make 60 degrees.

Full moon New Moon

First quarter moon First quarter of the Moon

New moon Full Moon.

Last quarter Moon Last quarter.