The sky's stars are said to be infinite, but to handle the most visable it has been created
a number of star-signs. Twelve are found in the astrological zodiac, but in reality there are
plenty more in the sky. Through different cultures have different deities been said to rule over
the heavens and the humans. In ancient Greek the gods name was Zeus, but in Rome he was called
Jupiter, and like our biggest planet he was the biggest god. Zeus was married with Hera,
the goddess of marriage, whom he constantly betrayed.
In the faith of the asirs I find Odin and Frigg (same as the Vanes Freja) as the closest resemblance.
Frigg's son was the sun god Balder, like Zeus son was Appollon. Since Odin is compaired to Mercury
so often he has gotten an own page by me. Here I look abit on Jupiter's meaning for me.
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Heart Centered Astrology
~ Wanderers ~
Wide are the meadows of night,
And daisies are shining there,
Tossing their lovely dews,
Lustrous and fair;
And through these sweet fields go,
Wanderers amid the stars --
Venus, Mercury, Uranus, Neptune,
Saturn, Jupiter, Mars.
'Tired in their silver, they move,
And circling, whisper and say,
Fair are the blossoming meads of delight
Through which we stray.
Dikt av Walter de la Mare
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The faery beam upon you,
The stars to glister on you;
A moon of light
In the noon of night,
Till the fire-drake hath o'ergone you!
The wheel of fortune guide you,
The boy with the bow beside you;
Run ay in the way
Till the bird of day,
And the luckier lot betide you!
To the old, long life and treasure!
To the young all health and pleasure!
To the fair, their face
With eternal grace
And the soul to be loved at leisure!
To the witty, all clear mirrors;
To the foolish, their dark errors;
To the loving sprite,
A secure delight;
To the jealous, his own false terrors!
Poem by Ben Jonson
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