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Asteroid Keywords for Astrological Interpretation

An evolving group of keywords, ideas, and concepts for asteroids, dwarf planets, planetary moons, and other bodies in astrological interpretation
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Arachne #407

  • Goddess of Weaving
  • Boasting
  • Competition
  • Creating an artistic series based on a central theme
  • Dexterity
  • Expressing defiance through artistic expression
  • Fabric arts
  • Hubris
  • Human
  • Identification with the skills or traits of an animal, insect, or arachnid, etc.
  • Manual skills
  • Punishment for insolence
  • Rebellious streak
  • Skills that lend themselves to express disdain or contempt
  • Transformation from human to arachnid
  • Weaving
  • Your skill won't save you in the end
  • The mortal, Arachne, boasted about her weaving skills
  • The Goddess Minerva (aka Athena) challenged Arachne to a weaving contest
  • Arachne's weaving was better than the Gods', and she was punished for it
  • Read more on the patch page: Arachne Embroidered Heart Patches – ASTROFIX
  • Challenger to Athena
  • Daughter of a shepherd
  • Mocker of Jupiter (Zeus)
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Ariadne #43

  • Goddess of Mazes
  • Known for "Ariadne's thread"
  • Ability to see threads of connection
  • Beautiful
  • Guide
  • Hanging on by a thread
  • Having a mind that understands labyrinths
  • Helping others who may be fleeing or escaping difficult situations
  • Maze-breaker
  • Talent for solving puzzles
  • Willingness to help solve complex problems

Ariadne was the daughter of King Minos and is famous for guiding the hero Theseus through a maze to slay the mythical Minotaur. Later, she married Dionysus God of Wine and Ecstasy.

  • Guide to Theseus
  • Daughter of King Minos
  • Enemy to the Minotaur
  • Wife of Dionysus

Artemis #105

  • Goddess of the Wilderness, Hunting, and the Moon
  • Athletic ability
  • Carries a bow and arrow
  • Friends with animals over humans
  • Hunting prowess
  • Hunts by the light of the Moon
  • Independent
  • Instinctive
  • Midwife
  • Primordial
  • Roams the woods at night
  • Solitary
  • Surrounded by loyal hunting dogs
  • Virginal

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  • Daughter of Jupiter (Zeus)
  • Daughter of the mortal, Leto
  • Greek counterpart of the Roman goddess, Diana
  • Twin sister of Apollo (Helios)

Astarte #672

  • Astarte is a Goddess of Love
Astarte Asteroid #672
Ancient Love Goddess
Love

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Astraea #5

  • Star Maiden
  • Innocence
  • Purity

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  • Daughter of the Titan, Themis
  • Sister of the three Hours, or Horae (Dike, Eunomia, and Eirene)
  • Sister of the three Fates, or Moirae

Aurora #94

  • Personificaton of Dawn
  • Gentle
  • Lovely
  • Renewed each day
  • Equated with the Vedic day-break deities known as the Ushas
  • Roman counterpart to the Greek goddess of the Dawn, Eos
  • Mother of the four Winds: Aquilo, Auster, Vulturnus, and Favonius
  • Sister of Luna
  • Sister of Sol

Calliope #22

  • Muse of Eloquence & Epic Poetry
Calliope Asteroid #22
"Muse of Eloquence & Epic Poetry"
Eloquence

9 Olympian Muses

  • Erato “Muse of Lyric and Erotic Poetry”
  • Euterpe “Muse of Lyric Song”
  • Calliope “Muse of Epic Poetry, Music, Song, Dance, and Eloquence”
  • Clio “Muse of History”
  • Melpomene “Muse of Tragedy”
  • Polyhymnia “Muse of Sacred Song”
  • Terpsichore “Muse of Choral Song and Dance”
  • Thalia “Muse of Comedy and Bucolic Poetry”
  • Urania “Muse of Astronomy”

3 Boeotian Muses

  • Aoede "Muse of Voice and Song"
  • Melete "Muse of Thought and Meditation"
  • Mnemosyne "Muse of Memory, and mother of the 9 Muses"

Ceres #1

  • Goddess of Grain & Cereal
  • Agriculture
  • Appreciation of nature
  • Awareness of seasonal cycles
  • Cereal and grains
  • Creative production
  • Culinary arts
  • Doing the physical work of food production
  • Nurturing and Nourishment
  • Parent-child relationships
  • Mother of Persephone
  • Mother-in-law of Pluto
  • Roman counterpart to the Greek goddess Demeter
  • Sister of Jupiter
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Circe #34

  • Sorceress
  • Mother of Auson, the first King of the Ausones (Auson was her son with Odysseus)
  • Warned Odysseus of the danger of the Sirens

Clio #84

  • Muse of History
Clio Asteroid #84
"Muse of History"
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9 Olympian Muses

  • Erato “Muse of Lyric and Erotic Poetry”
  • Euterpe “Muse of Lyric Song”
  • Calliope “Muse of Epic Poetry, Music, Song, Dance, and Eloquence”
  • Clio “Muse of History”
  • Melpomene “Muse of Tragedy”
  • Polyhymnia “Muse of Sacred Song”
  • Terpsichore “Muse of Choral Song and Dance”
  • Thalia “Muse of Comedy and Bucolic Poetry”
  • Urania “Muse of Astronomy”

3 Boeotian Muses

  • Aoede "Muse of Voice and Song"
  • Melete "Muse of Thought and Meditation"
  • Mnemosyne "Muse of Memory, and mother of the 9 Muses"