Stay tuned for a full rendition of 12/12, in which the Asc and Age-indicator, both functions of the all-important Earth/Sun relationship, become the necessary addition of 2 new Domicle-rulers. Hint: Mercury keeps Gemini and Venus keeps Libra. It's by pattern.
By pattern, I see Taurus keeping Venus. Rule of firsts.
Not if you're talking about Taurus as the Domicle-sign for Venus. But, there are 4 types of rulership:
•Domicile-ruler, which Is what sets the pattern.
Venus is Domiciled in Libra
Venus is the ruler to which Taurus is most devoted /(with Scorpio most devoted to Mars, and Mars Domiciled in Aries)
Venus is the Regulating-ruler for Capricorn
And, Venus is the Motivational-ruler for Gemini
And, in case you're wondering, Libra is most devoted to Neptune.
I perceive it Taurus is the Second house of the Zodiac, the first sign with Venus ruling. Libra is Seventh house.
Taurus is feminine, Libra is masculine. Venus is Feminine.
All of the other reassigned zodiacs are the signs that are further houses from One.
The yin/yang is an ancient symbol I associate with Libra:
The link's not activated for some reason, but this article has an excellent description that explains yin/yang in a non-gender way.
Look at the title of the thread, which per se includes Trad. Saturn IS the TRAD ruler of Aquarius.All,
Please ONLY discuss modern astrology. Some of these posts have become a modern vs. traditional astrology post which is NOT allowed on the modern astrology forum. Those posts have been DELETED.
Back to Modern Astrology,
Look at the title of the thread, which per se includes Trad. Saturn IS the TRAD ruler of Aquarius.
I personally prefer one Domicle-sign per ruler. The only 2 planets where it makes some sense having 2 Domicile-signs are the the 2 innermost, Mercury and Venus. Being inside of Earth's orbit, they appear as both morning and evening planets, which suggests dual rulerships.
People are usually arguing that a sign is ruled either by one planet or the other. Surely people can learn from traditional that a sign can have multiple rulers or co-rulers.