Venus in Aries – which the US BUDIM REVOLUTION?

Have you asked, you lovers of astrology, why there are so many planets that carry and represent the male principle (the Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto), and only two women (Venus and the Moon)? Are only two roles of women recognized in this society (mother and wife) to be informed in detail about the exact nature of a woman’s natal horoscope in order to delve deeper into its essence, which describe what additional analysis, if only two planets can be described woman?

The planets have names from Greek and Roman mythology, these are the names of carriers and planetary influences. Behind every name there is meaning. If we say Neptune’s not just a word, but behind that name, there are many stories of mythological heritage, images and symbols. Neptune in Roman, Poseidon in Greek mythology, the god of the seas and the deep sea, father of numerous children with nymphs and other goddesses and mortal women, brother of the supreme god Zeus or brother Hades or Pluto, etc., then we remember his trident, pictures weddings with his favorite wife Amphitrite and dolphins in the water and witness how he found it, his beard and anger that moves the waves and says bure.

In this sad story we think about women and goddesses of Olympus. We all know that for Venus. Aphrodite, which was lush beauty and spell bewitched everyone I wanted, and with his eternal lover Ares or Mars rules the many complications of love and scandal. However, the Olympian throne, especially alongside the first and main settings of the Gods of Olympus is a lot of women. Suppose Hestia (Vesta in Roman mitlogiji) sister of Zeus, Poseidon and Hades, among the most important goddess of the first item – Demeter and Hera – which are actually embodied or synonyms for what we in astrology called the mother figure (Demetra) and the husband or wife ( Hera). In addition to these Goddess, after the hierarchical rank very close to them are Athena, Persephone, Artemis and Hebe. So those are the parts of the female symbolic sense Prince