Yes. I believe most Germans use Ouranos, and a different symbol.Btw, there was NEVER an ancient god named "Uranus".
It was "Ouranos" in Greece and "Caelus" in Rome. Same god, different names, like Zeus and Jupiter, and Hermes/Mercury.
The astronomers really s¢rewed up on this naming, in more ways than one!
Breaking the tradition of all Roman names avoids the use of the Roman name Caelus. It also hints at the name Ourania, which was Urania in Latin.Yes. I believe most Germans use Ouranos, and a different symbol.
I've never had a vision or heard voices regarding them. But....I literally used to have imaginary conversations with Urania in the early 1980s, telling her that she'd picked the wrong astrologer to inspire knowledge about the tropical Ages, because I don't have the right chart to be able to convince other astrologers. Her imagined response was, it was the only sort of chart that enabled her to get the message across in the first place. Just do the best you can.As I posted earlier, I am in full agreement about these spiritual creatures, who I believe are as real as you and me!