Constellations and the stars tell us their stories. But do we listen to them?
Speaker: Dubravka Oberžan
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What do Amy Winehouse, Jim Morrison, Michael Hutchence, Prince, James Dean and Kurt Cobain have in common in astrological terms? At first glance, not much. However, a look at their natal charts through the prism of fixed stars reveals a very different story.
Fixed stars are an all too often overlooked topic in astrology, although Ptolemy was aware of their influence as early as the 2nd century AD. In his work Almagest, he listed 48 constellations and more than 1,000 stars. The names by which he named the constellations have survived to this day. He also attributed planetary influences to the stars and constellations, thus laying the foundation for their astrological interpretation.
The fixed stars add a new dimension to the interpretation of the natal chart that cannot be described by planetary symbolism alone. Each constellation tells its own mythological story. The story we connect with through the planets in our personal horoscope roughly represents our life path, translated of course into the language of modern times.
Using natal charts of prominent personalities, I will show you how you can describe their life path with fixed stars.