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Asteroids Medea 212 and Urania 30 Sisters in Spirit and light   Leave a comment

medea and Urania

Urania, o’er her star-bespangled lyre,

With touch of majesty diffused her soul;

A thousand tones, that in the breast inspire,

Exalted feelings, o er the wires’gan roll—

How at the call of Jove the mist unfurled,

And o’er the swelling vault—the glowing sky,

The new-born stars hung out their lamps on high,

And rolled their mighty orbs to music’s sweetest sound.

—From An Ode To Music

Urania is the Goddess of Astronomy / Astrology, she is also associated with universal love and the holy spirit.  When we look at a natal chart all these aspects come into play we seek the spirit’s guidance to enable us to read the symbolic meaning in a spirit of love and understanding.  Urania in our natal chart shows how we best develop that spirit in relationship to astrology.  Urania seeks to guide us in appropriate use of our strengths and talents, for the benefit of all.  Many people think it is Uranus that is associated with homosexuality – Uranian in this sense means from Urania – Venus as Inanna queen of the heavens.
 
Medea meaning to ponder / cunning was Hekate’s high priestess, Medea daughter of wisdom eloped with Jason (argonaut) leaving her culture and heritage behind to live in a foreign patriarchal society.  Medea was skilled in herbal medicine as well as other talents, she represents our ability to use Hekate’s talents and the struggles of living outside mainstream society as Prophets, Seers and revelators.  In the natal chart Medea shows how we cope with these themes in our life.  Medea was abandoned in a foreign land by Jason and in revenge caused the death of her children she serves as a warning to use our gifts wisely, even when we are shunned or abused, revenge has a price.

Life is a mystery,
Everyone must stand alone
I hear you call my name
And it feels like home

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Posted March 11, 2014 by neptune's Aura Astrology in asteroids

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