MercurMercury is the governor of the signs of Gemini and Virgo and symbolizes communication, ability, movement, information and trade.  It answers to the questions about how we think and how we move and shows how flexible we are.

From an astronomical point of view, Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun, being the smallest of the nine planets known so far.

Luna plina1The Moon is the Governor of the sign of Cancer and represents the night and the unconscious, the deepest personal needs and our emotions. It is associated with the energy of the mother and the feminine energy in general.

From an astronomical point of view, the Moon is the Earth's natural satellite and the fifth largest natural satellite of the solar system. The Moon's rotation movement is synchronized with that of the Earth and on its visible side can be observed dark volcanic craters.

Soare 320x200In astrology, the Sun, the governor of the sign of Leo, symbolizes the day and the consciousness, is the spirit that unites all things, the vital energy and the personality and, at spiritual level, is the symbol of the self. The Sun is the most important planet in a chart and shows the level of vitality and will of a person.

In astronomy, the Sun is the central star and the energy source of our solar system. It has a diameter nearly 110 times greater than Earth's.

Pluton 320x200Pluto is the governor of the sign of Scorpio and is the planet of transformation, regeneration and rebirth. Even if we don’t want to, under its influence we have to give up to what is old in our lives to make room for the new! If we do not, Pluto will force us to do it, and it will not be too pleasant!

Astronomically, Pluto is a dwarf planet discovered in 1930 in the Kuiper belt, a ring of bodies behind Neptune, the first Kuiper belt object to be discovered, and it rotates around the Sun in nearly 248 years.

Neptun3 320x200Neptune, the god of the seas, is the governor of the sign of Pisces. Astrologically, Neptune is the planet of inspiration and creativity, and its slow movement around the zodiac makes that its effect to mark an entire generation.

Astronomically, Neptune is the eighth and farthest known planet from the Sun in the Solar System and is the fourth largest planet by diameter. Neptune is not visible to the unaided eye and is the only planet in the Solar System found through mathematical prediction rather than through empirical observation.

Uranus 320x200Uranus, the governor of the sign of Aquarius, is a planet of change-inducing energy. Uranus is a visionary, rejects traditions and supports originality, being associated with technology, innovation and discovery.

Astronomically, Uranus is the seventh planet from the Sun, has the third largest diameter and a composition similar to that of Neptune, both of which are called giants of ice. Like other giant planets, Uranus has a ring system and many moons.

Saturn 320x200Saturn, the governor of the sign of Capricorn, impresses us with the austerity, rigor, realism, truth and the simplicity that it imposes during its transit around the zodiac.

Although astrologically Saturn is an austere planet, it is spectacular from the astronomical point of view, with its rings made up of billions of ice and rock particles of different dimensions! Saturn,  a gas giant, is the sixth from the Sun and the second largest in the Solar System, after Jupiter.

jupiterJupiter, the governor of the sign of Sagittarius, is considered to be the great benefactor and it is also named the planet of luck. It is also the planet of justice, social position and development.

Astronomically, Jupiter is a giant gas planet of our Solar System, with a diameter 11 times bigger than the Earth's, and with a strong gravitational influence on planets and asteroids. Jupiter has been known to astronomers since antiquity and the romans called it after their god Jupiter.

Marte 320x200Mars, the god of war, is the governor of Aries. Mars is the planet of energy, action and desires. Mars governs our animal instincts of aggression, anger and survival.

Astronomically, Mars is also called Red Planet because the reddish iron oxide prevalent on its surface gives it a redish color that is distinctive among the astronomical bodies visible to the naked eye. It is the fourth planet from the Sun and the second smallest in our solar system after Mercury. Mars is a terrestrial planet with a thin atmosphere, and has a rotation period and seasons similar to those of the Earth.

venus 1Venus, the planet named after the Roman godess of love and beauty, is the governor of Taurus and Libra and represents our ability to love, to find beauty in all aspects of life and to enjoy physical existence, creating a fine balance in our relationships with other people.

Astronomically, Venus is the second planet from the Sun, and its rotating motion is opposite to the movements of most of the other planets, which means that the Sun rises to the west and sits eastward.

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