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The term planet means "Wandering Star". These objects are celestial bodies that exist in our solar system. In astronomy, planets only refers to eight of these objects, however, here it is used in its original term.

Influence Edit

Throughout human history, the seven classical planets or luminaries, were studied and recorded.

Correspondences Edit

This is a correspondence table of objects defined as planets in astrology. For many categorized as dwarf planets, there is little information on their correspondences due to their recent discovery.

Classical

Planets

Sun Moon Mercury Venus Mars Jupiter Saturn
Symbol
Sun-symbol
Moon-crescent-symbol
Mercury symbol
Venus-symbol
Mars-symbol
Jupiter-symbol
Saturn-symbol
Day of

Week

Sunday Monday Wednesday Friday Tuesday Thursday Saturday
Colors Gold

Yellow

Silver

White

Orange Green Red Blue Black
Metal Gold Silver Mercury

Aluminum

Copper Iron Tin Lead
Elements Fire Water Air

Water

Earth Fire Air

Fire

Earth

Water

Ruling

Sign

Leo Cancer Gemini

Virgo

Taurus

Libra

Aries

Scorpio

Sagittarius

Pisces

Capricorn

Aquarius

Exalted

Sign

Aries Taurus Aquarius Pisces Capricorn Cancer Libra
Detriment

Sign

Aquarius Capricorn Sagittarius

Pisces

Scorpio

Aries

Libra

Taurus

Gemini

Virgo

Cancer

Leo

Fall Sign Libra Scorpio Leo Virgo Cancer Capricorn Aries

These three planets were recently discovered and therefore, have less correspondences than the classical planets. There effects are generally considered to be larger in scale and generational rather than personal.

Modern

Planets

Uranus Neptune Pluto
Symbol
Colors Electric-Blue Sea-Green Maroon
Ruling

Sign

Aquarius Pisces Scorpio

Notes Edit

  • Vesta and Uranus were both visable to the ancients, however, there seems to be no notes taken on them.

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