ASTROLOGICAL and PSYCHOLOGICAL SIGNATURES OF RADICALIZED YOUTH : Lynn Koiner – Astrological Research

This lecture will discuss the astrological and psychological profiles for Radicalized Terrorists, specifically for the current “3rd Wave” of terrorists. Since 2013, I […]

ASTROLOGICAL & PSYCHOLOGICAL SIGNATURES OF RADICALIZED YOUTH This lecture will discuss the astrological and psychological profiles for Radicalized Terrorists, specifically for the current “3rd Wave” of terrorists. Since 2013, I […]


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How Will the Solar Eclipse July 2019 Affect you? – OMTimes Magazine

According to astrology scholars, the greatest impact of the Solar Eclipse July 2019 will be on the signs of Cancer, Aries, Libra, and Capricorn.

VIRGO Eclipses usually bring things that were hidden to the surface. Virginians may have some surprises with the people around them and should be careful to find out who they can count on. To do this functionally, you need to understand who you are, your personality traits, and talents. We will only know how to relate to others when we have a good relationship with them.


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A Solstice Spell…

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I was watching a gardening programme, a while ago now, and there was a man who had made a whole swathe of his land into a wildflower meadow. His meadow was decades old, and it had many rare and endangered flowers. He let people visit, especially children, and he said whenever they asked him if they could pick a flower, he always said yes. He said he didn’t agree that we should never pick a wildflower, he believed that allowing a child to take a flower home, keep it in a jar of water for a few weeks, and enjoy its beauty every day, might mean they fall in love with it, and if you love a thing, you value it, and if you value something you want to save it.

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“The oldest of spells has you name a thing out loud to give it power.”

The oldest of spells has you name a thing out loud to give it power. | Wylde and Green

The valley by where I live is an old colliery turned over to nature. It has many wildflowers but I didn’t pick any of them on my evening walk, instead I took photographs and I whispered their names […]


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Summer Solstice Celebration Oil – Wylde and Green

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The Summer Solstice, or Litha as it is known in the old Celtic calendar, is only a few days away. The single day of the year of the when the light lasts longest and I want to put it in my pocket an[…]

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The Summer Solstice, or Litha as it is known in the old Celtic calendar, is only a few days away. The single day of the year of the when the light lasts longest and I want to put it in my pocket an […]

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Rosemary for strength, energy, protection and clarity.
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Pretty cool compared to February of 2018 having no full moon at all!

A Supermoon is when the moon orbits closest to the Earth, making the moon appear larger in the sky, thus amplifying the lunar energies and our emotions.

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The Constellation Virgo – Mythology, Stars and More

Updated on October 21, 2017

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The Sombrero Hat Galaxy in the "Field of the Nebulae" located in the constellation Virgo.
The Sombrero Hat Galaxy in the “Field of the Nebulae” located in the constellation Virgo. | Source

The Virgo Constellation

The constellation Virgo is one of the most ancient constellations. It has a fascinating mythological history.

This star constellation is replete with nebulae and double stars, though you can’t see many of them with the naked eye.

If you have a powerful telescope, however, you’re in for a real treat. Journey with me as I take you into the world of Virgo.

The Mythology of Virgo

The name Virgo is derived from the word virgin in reference to the goddess Astraea. She was the daughter of Jupiter and Themis. Incidentally, Themis was the goddess of justice in Greek mythology.

In the Golden Age, gods and goddesses walked the earth. Astraea was a respected goddess and looked after her people before she went to live in the sky.

Greek Mythology of Virgo

By the time the Brazen and Iron Ages occurred, Astraea grew jaded with humankind, declaring that people were too evil and she didn’t want to deal with them. She decided to leave earth and let them fend for themselves.

She ascended to the sky, to where Virgo is today. This constellation lies upon the ecliptic. She lives at what is known as the Golden Girdle of the Zodiac. The constellation Libra resides beside her, standing for the Scales of Justice.

Egyptian Mythology of Virgo

Virgo was connected to the goddess Isis. Typhon, a monster, relentlessly chased her until she got an ear of grain and dropped it. All the grain kernels became the fainter stars of the Milky Way.

The brightest star in Virgo, Spica, was important to the Egyptians. They built altars to worship this star and called it the “Star of Prosperity.” The name Spica actually means “ear of wheat.”

Until recently, if you looked at older star charts, you would have seen that Virgo was in the sky holding her ear of wheat, Spica.

Virgo, with its main stars.
Virgo, with its main stars. | Source

Location of Virgo in the Sky

Virgo is one of the constellations of the zodiac. It sits between Leo and Scorpio on the ecliptic. Its brightest star, Spica is south of the star Arcturus. If you’re looking for Spica, it’s helpful to look for Arcturus. See the photo on the “Diamond of Virgo.”

The equator, ecliptic and the equinoctial colure are all imaginary celestial circles in the sky and they all intersect in the constellation Virgo, near the star η Virginis. The exact point where they intersect is known as the Autumnal Equinox.

Thus, when the sun passes through this spot, it will be on the actual fall equinox. From that point on, the sun will continue moving south of this imaginary intersection.

A couple of interesting imaginary formations make up parts of Virgo. If you draw a line between Denebola (the bright star in Leo), and connect it to ε, γ and β Virginis, they make up a square in which hundreds of nebulae occur in the sky. In fact, the German astronomer Herschel discovered at least 323 of them! This is known as the “Field of the Nebulae.”

The “Diamond of Virgo” connects Spica in Virgo itself with three other stars: Cor Caroli in the constellation Canes Venatici, Arcturus in Bootes, and Denebola in Leo. Looking for these relatively bright stars helps to locate the constellation Virgo in the sky.

The Diamond of Virgo is made up of four bright stars in four different constellations.
The Diamond of Virgo is made up of four bright stars in four different constellations. | Source

The Stars in Leo have Latin as well as Greek Names

Latin Name
Greek Name
Magnitude
α Virginis
Spica
1
β Virginis
Zavijava
4
γ Virginis
Porrima
3
ε Virginis
Vindemiatrix
3
η Virginis
Zaniah
4
ι Virginis
Syrma
4
To make it a little easier to remember all the stars in a particular constellation, scientists have given them Latin names. But they have Greek names, too. The magnitude is the measure of a star’s brightness and the higher the number, the less brig

More About Virgo, Its Stars and Shape

Virgo is almost “Y” shaped. Its middle forms an open box with arms coming out of it.

Spica and γ Virginis sit at the bottom of the box. The stars θ Virginis, γ Virginis, δ Virginis, and ζ Virginis make up the rest of the box. β Virginis extends out almost to β Leonis in Leo, where the Virgo Cluster is located, 50 million light years away.

As mentioned before, Spica is Virgo’s brightest star. It’s a star in the 1stmagnitude, meaning it’s one of the brighter stars in the sky. In fact, out of the twenty-most bright stars in the sky, Spica comes in at number 14.

Spica is also a white star, sitting 181 light years away from Earth. It’s a little hotter than the Sun, which is a yellow star.

γ Virginis is a double star with a magnitude of 3.5 – a lot less bright than Spica. What makes it so interesting is that by the year 2016, the stars will appear so close together that you won’t be able to distinguish them except with the most powerful of telescopes. The stars revolve around each other every 171.4 years, so it won’t be long before we will be able to see two distinct stars again.

Interestingly, in the year 1756, the recorded distance between the stars of γ Virginis – from an earth perspective – was 6”. But by 1836, that gap had narrowed so closely, they looked to be one. It’s happening again!

If you want to observe this star, it’s best to do so when the sky is not truly dark or in moonlight.

Near to ε Virginis is NGC4762. It looks like a diamond with three stars and 2 nebulae.

The Virgo constellation also has plenty of “messier” objects or “M” objects. This means that they might be galaxies, nebulae, or something similar. M87 is a notable elliptical system that is a source of powerful radio waves. It radiates streams of material, but you’d need a powerful telescope to see them.

M104 is called the “Sombrero Hat Galaxy” because of space dust giving it this appearance. It’s located within the “Field of the Nebulae,” but its magnitude is rather dim and is difficult to see except with a large telescope.

The imaginary lines that form the "Field of the Nebulae." William Herschel, an astronomer from Germany, discovered more than 323 objects and galaxies in this field.
The imaginary lines that form the “Field of the Nebulae.” William Herschel, an astronomer from Germany, discovered more than 323 objects and galaxies in this field. | Source

What’s the Difference Between Astronomy and Astrology?

I have reported on the history of Virgo, but I did not include astrological characteristics as they relate to humans. Why is that?

Well, it all began a long time ago when astronomy and astrology grew together as a field of study. The skies held great mystery for our ancestors and their way of explaining the universe was through colorful stories and legends.

It wasn’t until the 1500s when Copernicus and Galileo made important discoveries in astronomy that changed everything. Copernicus discovered that the Earth revolved around the Sun and Galileo made the first telescope. Suddenly, the celestial skies weren’t so mysterious anymore.

These days, scientists apply very logical principles of deductive reasoning in their quest to study the universe. Astrologers apply the belief that planets, constellations and other celestial objects can actually influence human activity here on Earth.

Astrology and astronomy are now two distinct areas of study and one doesn’t necessarily compliment the other.

References

Field Book of the Skies. Olcott, William T. G.P. Putnam’s Sons: NY. 1974.

Guide to Stars and Planets. Moore, Sir Patrick. Firefly Books: Buffalo, NY. 2005.

The Handy Space Answer Book. Dupis, Diane Phillis Engelbert. Visible Ink Press: Canton, MI. 1998.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Diamond – retrieved 27 Aug. 2012.

Seasonal Star Charts. Hubbard Scientific Company. 1972.

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Cassiopeia, Andromeda’s mother, boasted that she was the most beautiful woman in the world, even more beautiful than the gods. Poseidon, the brother of Zeus and the god of the seas, took great offense at this statement, for he had created the most beautiful beings ever in the form of his sea nymphs. In his anger, he
created a great sea monster, Cetus (pictured as a whale) to ravage the seas and sea coast.

Since Cassiopeia would not recant her claim of beauty, it was decreed that she must sacrifice her only daughter, the beautiful Andromeda, to this sea monster. So Andromeda was chained to a large rock projecting out into the sea and was left there to await the arrival of the great sea monster Cetus. As Cetus approached Andromeda, Perseus arrived (some say on the…

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