The Planets and their Correspondences. Of the planets that are currently known in the solar system, the following were known to ancient civilisations, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.
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Tuesday, 22 August 2017

The Planets

The Planets

The Planets

The Celestial Bodies Known To The Ancients where Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. The Sun and the Moon were also amongst the heavenly bodies, studied by the ancients.

The Planets

The Sun

The Sun

The Sun, the giver of life, plays an important role in the ancient civilisations. Many of the worlds primitive people's regarded the sun as a deity.

The Sun

Mercury

Mercury

The Ancients and modern astrologers, consider Mercury to be neutral, it is neither masculine nor feminine, positive nor negative.

Mercury

Mars

Mars

Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and the seventh largest. In Roman mythology Mars was the god of war.

Mars

Jupiter

Jupiter

Jupiter is fifth from the Sun and the largest. Jupiter was called the "Greater Benefic" by the Ancients, an extremely positive influence.

Jupiter

The Moon

The Moon

The closest astral body to the Earth, has had the most profound influences on mankind than any of the other heavenly bodies. The moon provided ancient man with their first calendar.

The Moon

Venus

Venus

Venus is the second planet from the Sun, the Ancients called Venus the Lesser Benefic, named after the Roman goddess of love and beauty.

Venus

Saturn

Saturn

Saturn is perhaps the best known and recognized astronomical object by picture. Chronos, the Greek name for Saturn, is the father of time.

Saturn

Planetary Hours

Planetary Hours

Planetary Hours: The Planetary Hours is an ancient system in which each of the seven days is ruled by and recieves influences from a certain planet.

Planetary Hours

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Aeclectic Tarot

Aeclectic Tarot

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Magic Folk

Magic Folk

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