This category is all about the 10 planets in Astrology: what kind of energy they diffuse, what they represent in term of symbolism, etc.

Venus Rulership Exaltation Detriment and Fall

Venus: Rulership, Exaltation, Detriment and Fall

Venus is the second planet from the Sun and is the brightest planet we can observe. She is named after the Roman goddess of beauty, equivalent to the Greek Aphrodite. Astrologically, she is ruling beauty and pleasure, thus being responsible for a lot of things connected with happiness. Indeed, her placements and influences can bring a lot of joy and success; nevertheless, she can also lead to overindulgence in luxuries and comforts. Venus is ruling love and affection, attraction and harmony. She brings tenderness and pleasure, being responsible for all the small things that make us happy and smiling. She is rather sweet and promotes unions, such as relationships and marriages. Venus has a strong feminine energy, being the exact opposite of Mars. Whatever is beautiful and catches our eye,…

Mercury Rulership Exaltation Detriment and Fall

Mercury: Rulership, Exaltation, Detriment and Fall

Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun and we can often observe it with a naked eye before sunrise or after sunset. It is named after the Roman god of communication, the messenger of gods, who is the equivalent to the Greek Hermes. Astrologically, the planet is ruling intellect and information, thus being responsible for a lot of things connected with the human mind. Indeed, the planet’s placements and influences influence the flow of data and speech; yet he is also ruling their misusage. Mercury is the governor of logic and reason, thought, and opinion. He is the vital planetary influence that made humankind evolve to a conscious being, while also is responsible for transportation. The planet has very quick and hasty characteristics, which when used appropriately can create…

The Moon: Rulership, Exaltation, Detriment and Fall

The Moon: Rulership, Exaltation, Detriment and Fall

The Moon is the second brightest object in the sky, and also the second most important celestial body in astrology. Also called Luna, the Moon is impersonated by the ancient Greek goddess Selene. The closeness of the Moon to the Earth has a very strong effect on the macrocosm, while astrologically it is connected with our emotions and feelings. In addition, the fluids of our bodies are also linked to it, as are also all the liquids of our Earth. Just look at the gravitational influence the Moon has on the tides of the sea, and you will understand how strong effects it can have on the endocrinology of our bodies. The Moon is ruling our moods and their changes, as it is the fastest moving object in the skies.…

The Sun: Rulership, Exaltation, Detriment and Fall

The Sun: Rulership, Exaltation, Detriment and Fall

The Sun is the brightest object in the sky, the life-giving star of our Solar System, and also the most important celestial body in astrology. Also called Sol, the Sun is impersonated by the ancient Greek goddess Helios. Life on earth is literally empowered by the Sun’s energy, with it having an effect on all the biorhythms of live organisms. Astrologically, its influences are so important that most people only know the sign where their Sun is placed in, referring to it just as “their sign”. The Sun is ruling our vitality and self-perception, making any house it is placed in the epicenter of our life. It has a strong masculine energy, and in the natal chart depicts our father. In addition, it can also show relations with the male…