Ceres, Pallas, Juno & Vesta – The Asteroid Goddesses!
Discover feminine archetypes, and these four additional objects, their myth and meaning...
Discover the four asteroid goddesses in astrology – Ceres, Pallas, Juno And Vesta…
They’re on a par with Pluto because the asteroids are just as big, and so, just as important.
You might not have heard of Ceres, Pallas, Juno and Vesta but they’re important feminine energies to explore in the birth chart and can show where we’ve hidden genius, a nurturing capacity (like the moon), they even point to marriage as significant indicators of who we’ll be attracted to – exciting to explore in Synastry!
What do the asteroids represent in the birth chart and what do they mean in astrology?
What are the glyphs or symbols used to represent Ceres Juno Vesta And Pallas?
Find out now with Star Sign Style!
The planets in our Solar System make up the different parts of your unique personality. For example, your Mars sign shows how you assert yourself, your Moon sign speaks about your needs and how you behave at home among family. Many of the planets and stars used in astrology have a masculine energy – the Sun, Saturn, Jupiter, Neptune and Mars are all characterised by men, with only Venus and the Moon showing feminine, womanly energies…
The four asteroids, Ceres, Pallas, Juno and Vesta, introduce more female archetypes to the birth chart.
The asteroids can form a vital part of chart interpretation and are interesting to investigate to discover even more about our Star Sign Style. Read about all the Planets In Astrology
Knowing what sign and house the Asteroid Goddessess are in, and how they’re aspected in the chart will help you to understand the feminine power inherent in you!
The Asteroid Goddesses…
The Asteroids Used In Astrology – Where Did They Come From?
The ‘Asteroid Goddesses’ were first made popular by Eleanor Bach, a New York astrologer dubbed ‘the Mother of the Asteroids’ after publishing the ‘Asteroid Ephemeris in 1972.
Ceres, Pallas, Juno And Vesta were all counted as planets until 1845.