Pallas, Juno and Vesta: The Three Jewels of Your Astrology Chart
by Isabelle Ghaneh
We are all diamonds, and we have many facets to our personalities. We can show one aspect of ourselves to one person and another to someone else. One of our attributes may come out in a certain situation, and a different side may rise to the surface in another. Sometimes we feel energetic and ready to take on the world, and sometimes we need our solitude, and want to reflect on where we are in our life journey.
Since we contain such a multitude of personality traits, it’s good to know that we can find representations of ourselves in the Cosmos, especially through the three gems of the asteroid belt, namely, Pallas, Juno and Vesta.
First, it’s true that we are now in a great time astrologically, since so much of the myth and psychology that is involved in astrological analysis and assessment is being echoed in the wider world, through astronomy, the offshoot of ancient astrology. Every time another astronomical discovery or decision is made, another goddess is brought into the world consciousness, and her astrological attributes become more disseminated, and more widely understood.
Now that Ceres, first thought to be a planet when discovered in 1801, and then demoted to an asteroid, has been bumped up a notch and promoted to dwarf planet status, we are left with the three most astrologically discussed and accessible goddess asteroids, namely Pallas, asteroid #2, Juno, asteroid #3, and Vesta, asteroid #4.
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