Thursday, June 28, 2012

The Specialized Feminine Forces: A New Willow's Web Astrology Reading on the Four Major Asteroids, Eris, and Black Moon Lilith

Of the ten planets most often used in astrological analysis, only two - Venus and the Moon - are considered feminine. The Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto are considered masculine, and Mercury is considered gender neutral. Chiron, the "asteroid" (actually a comet nucleus) most often included in the astrology of the day, is also masculine.

There are hundreds of thousands of asteroids that can be used in astrological analysis, but the two largest (Ceres* and Vesta) along with Juno and Pallas Athene are often considered primary players. These bodies are located in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, and they are all considered feminine.

Black Moon Lilith is the point of lunar apogee, relating to a point of wild and raw, dark feminine energy.

Adding these feminine bodies to the analysis of your astrological birth chart adds a new layer of understanding, bringing feminine elements to the surface that have so far been hidden or vague.

The feminine forces on this planet are stepping it up (it's now or never), and adding an awareness of these bodies can arm you with knowledge of emerging themes in you, in your life, and in the culture around you, as the effort to emancipate the feminine on this planet intensifies and the balance of power between masculine and feminine and men and women continues to shift.

The Specialized Feminine Forces in Your Natal Chart

I'm offering a new reading in 30 and 60-minute formats on the four major asteroids - Ceres, Vesta, Juno, and Pallas Athene - along with Black Moon Lilith.

You can order a reading by clicking the Purchase a Reading button at the top of the screen.

* Ceres is now considered a dwarf planet, not an asteroid.


Anonymous said...

Hi Willow, what house system do you use?

Willow said...

I use Placidus, but I can use another system by request.

per said...

?neptune could be a lady, also pluto?-so its said by some... good work in any case

Willow said...

Neptune is named after the Roman God of the seas, which coincides with the Greek God Poseidon.

Pluto is the Lord of the Underworld who stole Persephone to be his wife.

Definitely dudes.

I'm not sure who is saying Neptune and Pluto are feminine, but I'd beg to differ.

Anonymous said...

Angry willow. :-)

Willow said...

Not really angry. I just think it's silly if people are claiming Pluto and Neptune as feminine when they've been named after male Gods.

If those planets are feminine energetically, they need to be renamed for something or someone not tied to such a strong male symbology.