Astrological clues for mountains

athair

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Hi; in a rather similar vein to a question i've made regarding the astrology of parts of the body, i just started to wonder if there are some astrological issues pointing to nature objects; in is case, mountains.

I 've heard of an existing relation between Taurus and agriculture, for instance; yet, i'm sure as whether that could also aply to other elements of nature (such as mountains).

Any insight would be great; thanks in advance, greetingdl
 

JUPITERASC

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Hi; in a rather similar vein to a question i've made regarding the astrology of parts of the body, i just started to wonder if there are some astrological issues pointing to nature objects; in is case, mountains.

I 've heard of an existing relation between Taurus and agriculture, for instance; yet, i'm sure as whether that could also aply to other elements of nature (such as mountains).

Any insight would be great; thanks in advance, greetingdl
Traditional Rulerships of Taurus
Places:

Farm land or pasture land away from housing estates. :smile:

http://www.skyscript.co.uk/taurus.html

As an earth sign Taurus indicates places low down, near the floor.


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athair

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Thanks; there was a typo; what i tried to say was that "yet, i'm NOT sure as whether that could also aply to other elements of nature (such as mountains)."

It seems there is no relation between Taurua and Mountains. Perhaps Sag (Jupiter?) Could relate?

Greetings
 

blackbery

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I'm not sure but I think Saturn would rule mountains.

:smile:


Thanks; there was a typo; what i tried to say was that "yet, i'm NOT sure as whether that could also aply to other elements of nature (such as mountains)."

It seems there is no relation between Taurua and Mountains. Perhaps Sag (Jupiter?) Could relate?

Greetings
 

athair

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Thanks; so far as Saturn related to struggles, obstacles, etc., i also guess it would fit to the mountain symbol...

Assuming my chart has Saturn in Leo (sq Vertex and Uranus on the 5th-11th axis) in the 9th, and that my Pisces sun is in the 4th (sq Sag Moon and Sag Asc) i guess if there could be a mountain-like-symbolism around those aspects (?).

Greetings
 

blackbery

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I'm sorry but I can't answer your question without seeing a chart.

Anytime you have a Saturn aspect, natal or transit, you are going to face obstacles and have 'mountains to climb'.:biggrin:

It's not always as bad as it sounds (unlike Pluto transits!:andy::andy:).
It can bring stability, maturity and growth into your life. If you 'follow the rules & do the 'work' you will be rewarded).



Thanks; so far as Saturn related to struggles, obstacles, etc., i also guess it would fit to the mountain symbol...

Assuming my chart has Saturn in Leo (sq Vertex and Uranus on the 5th-11th axis) in the 9th, and that my Pisces sun is in the 4th (sq Sag Moon and Sag Asc) i guess if there could be a mountain-like-symbolism around those aspects (?).

Greetings
 

athair

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Thanks! I guess whether not only signs but also aspects: i.e squares would fit the mountain symbol (?).

Regarding Saturn, my Saturn is in Leo house so it seems it exerts a huge restriction in relation to my Sun (my Pisces Sun rules the Leo-Saturn house; so it seems like my Sun, which is square Moon and square Asc anyway, ruled restriction).

Greetings
 
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Opal

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Thanks! I guess whether not only signs but also aspects: i.e squares would fit the mountain symbol (?).

Regarding Saturn, my Saturn is in Leo house so it seems it exerts a huge restriction in relation to my Sun (my Pisces Sun rules the Leo-Saturn house; so it seems like my Sun, which is square Moon and square Asc anyway, ruled restriction).

Greetings

Hi! In what regards are you looking at mountains? Career? Mining? Recreation? Each house would be regarded differently. Same as aspects, when looking you need to see what you are looking for, to determine what is seen.

Without a chart, not much to see.
 
saturn-pluto and uranus
uranus for the peaks. probably.

the higher the altitude, the higher the desolation,danger makes sense for pluto.
high places are the home of wild animal species .
they know by the instinct, they are classified as dangerous animal, shouldnt live near to humanity..

capricorn's animal is actually mountain-wild goat with huge horns but pictured with fish tail.
the animal likes to live in elevated places. they climb and famous for it's stubbornness...

taurus for the flat soil. grass field.
Because the areas most suitable for agriculture are always flat and plains, near the water.

and Virgo is associated with forested areas, dense vegetation.

saturn also rules the soil, landscape . for saturn in leo, sounds Arizona,Las Vegas' landscape to me.. hot(fire) and arid(saturn) and flat at the same time.

you know sun means "focusing, spotlight", it should be full flat because There should not be any shape that can distort this "area focusing".
and fixed quality means down to earth, down to soil..


I also think that all of the mountain ranges in southwest america can be associated with the saturn in leo

for the squares:
The reason for the stressful energy it creates is because of elemental incompatibility. like calling 4 different names for the same thing.

considering they generally associate the conjunction aspect; with sun or mars
opposition: with venus or mars
square: with mars and saturn

so "squares would fit the mountain symbol?" kind of.
but squares not only meant for blocking. depends.
they also meant to overhype a certain planet. like the mars energy.
 
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CapAquaPis

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Places can have signs like Gemini is said to represent the USA, Canada and my state CA. I believe Texas is a Taurus known for being mostly on a wide plains. CA is clearly a Virgo known for forests, agricultural valleys and very fertile soil. And UT (statehood on Jan 4, 1896 as opposed to CA's Sep 9, 1850 and TX's 9-year independence in late Apr 1836-statehood Dec 29, 1845) is highly mountainous and high-altitude, an indication of the state is a rocky Capricorn.

In sidereal when natal is considered, my Saturn as well my own recently departed mother's have cusp Leo/Virgo Saturn placements, and we're both long time residents of the Palm Springs area in the California desert. I have a 1st house Cancer/Leo vs hers is a Sag/Cap, though noon-time ASC is Leo. She and I have family history in CA's beach cities (Redondo Beach-Torrance near L.A. and esp. Orange County). And our family roots in OK is said to be Leonine.
 
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