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Moon and Star Signs

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Aeris is the first and most elements of the twelve signs of the zodiac, representing the beginning of all things. As the first it is primal in nature and resists divisiveness the ego and the will in their purest from, without admixture or complication. In reincarnative terms it symbolizes the spirit or soul coming to earth and in physical terms the birth and early development of the infant child. Ruled by energetic and forceful mars. The ram is fiery, prodigious and dynamic.

Taurus is the second sign of the zodiac, representing growth and development. It is the first earth sign and as such shows the fusly-incarnated spirit putting down roots. Taurus represents the nurturing aspects of the ego caring, managing, maintaining. In human terms it symbolizes a person’s steady growth from childhood to adolescence. Ruled by venues, Taurus seeks harmony and is concerned with making world. Therefore, having possessions and establishing security are vital to its existence. Because Taurus is both fixed and an earth sign it is usually pictured as stubborn and confrontationally (like its symbol, the bull), but in the interest of harmony.

Gemini is the third sign of the zodiac, representing quickness of thought and facile communication. It is the first air sign, mental in orientation, and thus can be compared to a lively intellect reaching out to establish contact with other emerging points of view. In the same way, it symbolizes the expending powers of the mind exercised by the adolescent evolving toward adulthood. Ruled by mercury, Gemini is concerned with the close correction with details rather than the broad view or largest picture. Gemini, the twins, is the first double sign, and as such clearly indicates the need for a partner it also holds the capacity for adaptation and even sudden reversals.

Cancer is the fourth sign of the zodiac, representing deep feelings, protectiveness and the home. It is the first water sign and symbolically relates to thee period when the human being typically matures, settles into a home base and refinement experience in the young adult. Having childhood of one’s own for the first time brings out strongly protective instincts. Ruled by the moon, Cancer is associated with highly personal emotions, and also with the life of the subconscious. Dreams are integral to the world of Cancer. If the ocean, whose tides are controlled by the moon, may be said to represents the universe of diffuse feeling, then the crab it self can symbolize the crystallization of those emotions in a single being. The armor of the crab hides its extremely sensitive interior world from view. Cancer can be seen as a evolutionary stage between Gemini and Leo that transmutes airy, verbal and changeable energies into fixed, steadfast and straight forward ones.

Leo is the fifth sign of the zodiac, representing the radiant creative forces of the individual, which light up the world around it. It is the second fire sign, but unlike Aries, its powerful energies are fully under control. Leo symbolizes the need of the ego to make it’s mark on the world . Ambition, power and self-confidence are hallmarks of this sign. The courage of the lion and its regal bearing make it respected, if not feared, by other animals. Ruled by the sun, Leo represents fully realized expression through powerful and directed action. Leo likes to lead, and expects others to follow with due deference. Leo can be seen as an evolutionary stage between cancer and Virgo that transmutes protective, empathic and sensitive energies.

Virgo is the sixth of the zodiac, and both the second earth sign (after Taurus) and the second sign to be ruled by the planet mercury (after Gemini). It differs from both Taurus and Gemini, however, in being much more analytical, careful and orderly. Virgo represents the need of all life for a systematic approach to the concerns of existence. This sign can be conceived symbolically as bringing diffuse energies down to earth and grounding them. In human terms, Virgo can be likened to the efforts of the adult ego to provide structure to life and through well-ordered service to make a significant contribution to the world. Strong moral tendencies lend Virgo, the virgin, a serious image , and indeed only certain forms of human appeal to it. Virgo can be seen as an evolutionary stage between Leo and Libra that transmutes fixed, steadfast and straight forward energies into gracious, social and diplomatic ones.

Libra is the seventh sign of the zodiac and both the second air sign (after Gemini) and the second sign to be ruled by Venus (after Taurus). As perhaps the most socially involved of all the signs, Libra symbolizes the need of the mature human being to take his/her place in the world. Moreover, Libra posits a full awareness of the roles, which people play on the world’s stage. Libra’s symbol, The scales, emphasizes the need for balance in life. Indeed, weighing alternatives can go very far in Libra, sometime resulting in well-considered opinion, at other times in indecision and uncertainty. Libra aims at fair treatment for all, but can at times be overly judgmental. The venation aspects of Libra are overly well appreciated by others.

Scorpio is the eighth sign of the zodiac, and the second water sign 9after cancer). The dark planet, Pluto, rules weighty and intense Scorpio. With mares as its co-ruler it shares certain aggressive characteristics with Aries, but is more fixed in its centurion. The deference scorpion is not only the symbol for this sign. The soaring eagle represents it’s far-sees nature and also its capacity to both ascend to the heights and plummet to the depths.

Sagittarius is the ninth sign of the zodiac and the third and last fire sign (after Aries and Leo). Ruled by the expansive planet, Jupiter, Sagittarius symbolizes the growing philosophical out look of the human spirit; it’s expansiveness, optimism and refusal to get bogged down in details. Sagittarius is depicted as an archer, a wise centaur who is half-man and half-horse, and in the same way, the philosopher in Sagittarius may lay fly the shaft straight to the heart of the matter. Sagittarius will seek to ennoble the human condition – its arrows can also carry us to stars. Sagittarius may air on the side of excess but urges us not to succumb to pettiness or base actions.

Capricorn is the tenth sign of the zodiac, but the first of what could be called the more universal signs. It is the third and last earth sign and is ruled by the fateful planet, Saturn. Capricorn symbolizes the serious outlook of maturity, but also an awareness of how the individual spirit relates to the universal. The Capricorn goat may sensible graze for a time on the pairs but will generally seek a higher vantage point on the mountainous above, ambition, drive and striving to succeed are symbolized by the spring goal.

Aquarius is the eleventh sign of the zodiac, and along with Capricorn and Pisces increasingly universal in orientation. It is the third and last air sign, and is ruled by the explosive planet urines; Aquarius symbolizes advance thought, which takes us out of our physical state and allows us to view the infinite in all things. Aquarius also represents acceptance of all points of view , an show s the universal wisdom inherent in thought and actions. Aquarius teaches the values of since and extrasensory powers, and signifies the new millennium that we are poised to enter , in which out world will be transformed.

Pisces is the twelveth and last sign of the zodiac, and can be viewed as the most highly evolved of all the signs. It is not only the ultimate water sign, but is also ruled by the watery planet, Neptune. With Jupiter as its co-ruler it shares both expansive and mutable characteristic with Sagittarius. Pisces symbolizes the merging of the human soul with the camas, a necessary step before the next incarnation a deep belief in the highest powers of the universe. The fish can submerge themselves in the depths and partake of hidden and ultimate mysteries.