Oh, sweet Venus.
Venus rules all the delightful, swoon-worthy, aesthetically pleasing things in life. Function: Will and courage.
Function: Abundance and generosity. This giant planet fuels all sorts of positive optimism in our lives, and is considered to be the planet of miracles, hope, and opportunity. Function: Discipline and commitment.
Function: Individuality and change. Uranus is an outer planet and takes seven years to orbit the sun, which, as we mentioned earlier, means that there are large groups of people who share a Uranus sign. These folks all had Uranus in Aquarius, and radical change, questioning authority, and championing individuality are all astrological hallmarks of Uranus. Function: Intuition and healing. Neptune is here to help you step away from your ego and away from awareness, and exist in the in-between. It's not really feasible to include them all, but some are larger than others.
I've chosen an admittedly arbitrary threshold of 10 Zg 10 19 kg and created symbols for any moon larger than that, which lets in Saturn's moon Hyperion but not Jupiter's largest non-Galilean moon Amalthea. This is also near the point at which moons become non-spherical - there are some non-spherical objects above this line, but no spherical ones below.
Jupiter has four "large" moons - the four Galilean moons. For their symbols, the Greek letter beginning their names is combined with the cross at the bottom of the symbol for Jupiter.
Saturn has 8 "major satellites". They are all spherical except Hyperion.
It represents authority and kingship. Your birth chart, or horoscope , is usually shown in the form of a wheel, symbolising the cycles periodically undergone by all living things on this planet. The septile series includes the bi-septile at approximately degrees of separation, and the tri-septile of about degrees. Vector set. Astrological horoscope zodiac star signs icon symbols set Vector illustration of astrological symbols.
From a suggestion by my brother Marc Moskowitz, I've combined the Greek letter beginning their names with Saturn's hook. I've used the lower-case rho instead of the capital for aesthetic reasons. Titan and Tethys both begin with tau, so Titan has a circle around its intersection to symbolize its atmosphere. Uranus has two symbols, both of which include a circle at the bottom.
Its moons are named after characters from English literature. Here are symbols for the 5 major satellites, based on the initial of the moon from the roman alphabet combined with the lower circle from the symbol for Uranus.
The glyphs of the planets are usually (but not always) broken down into four common elements: A circle denoting spirit. The planets have played an important role in the culture and astrological systems of every human culture. Because of this, the symbols, names.
I've used the empty circle from the "H" symbol - if you prefer the arrow symbol, feel free to add the central dot. Neptune has 3 "major" moons - Triton, which is the 7th largest moon in the Solar system, and the non-spherical Nereid 31 Zg and Proteus 50 Zg. Their symbols combine the Greek letter beginning their names and Neptune's trident. There are five currently-recognized dwarf planets, three of which are known to have moons.
This is not entirely a coincidence - the presence of moons helps determine mass, which is part of the classification process.
There are also a number of large TNOs that are likely to be eventually classified as dwarves, two of which are known to have moons. I have proposed symbols for many of these as well, on that same page.
I have designed symbols for all the dwarf planets' and TNOs' moons, based on the traditional symbol or my suggested one. As the moon orbits around the Earth, the lunar phases undergo cyclical changes that are influenced by the varying relative positions of the Sun, Moon, and Earth.
The Moon has a strong astrological significance.
It is linked with the emotional make-up, maternal instincts, moods, memories and unconscious habits of a person. The aspects made by the Moon with the other planets make a big impact on the happenings in our lives.
These are the astrological glyphs as most commonly used in Western Astrology. In astronomy, the zodiac is the ring of constellations that lines the ecliptic, which is the apparent path of the Sun across the celestial sphere over the course of the year. The paths of the Moon and planets also lie roughly within the ecliptic, and so are also within the constellations of the zodiac.