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Sun in Taurus

According to Cyril Fagan

(Founder of Sideral Astrology)

• Kindly souls. Good-hearted and decent.
• Peace within. Quiet harmony, comfort with self & world.
• Docile, pacific, peace-loving, tolerant, patient, reliable, good-humored, cheerful, entertaining.
• Nature oriented. One with the Earth with great love for all it produces. Feels safe in the lap of Mother Earth.
• Simplicity. Dislikes inhibiting or unnatural clothing (fond of nudity) or plastic things in general. Often modern culture seems too complex. Literal perspective.
• Reclusive. Modest, wants to live own life-style unbothered.
• Orientation to life of the flesh. Erotic. Eros dominates their lives. (Yet many seem non-daters, romantically conservative, wanting to settle down.)
• Strong Liebestod bias, or tragic love syndrome. Dwells on emotional tragedy.
• Questioning, inquisitive. Contemplative. Curiosities about life and its meanings.
• Thrives on philosophy. Deeply philosophical. Possibly occult interests.
• Orientation to youth: loves young people.
• Superb parents, deeply loving & affectionate toward children. Biologically prolific.
• Intuitive understanding of others – born psychologists, sociologists, etc.
• Devotion. Friendship is important to them. They require harmonious, comfortable environments. Shun harshness, vulgarity, and violence (though not averse to sexually-themed jokes or honest erotic fantasy). Sensitive.
• Sincere: Avoids difficult situations but won't lie if possible.
• Artistic: Love of beauty, aesthetic awareness. – Many poets (trend to put thoughts poetically). Physical grace (dancers).
• Apolitical: Though service-minded individuals, they don't tend to flourish in politics or in political situations.


Taurus constellation

Image: Sky and Telescope

The Taurus Constellation

The sun passes through the constellation Taurus from about May 14 to June 21 [This year]. But you can’t see Taurus when the sun is within its borders. Instead, try looking for Taurus in the early evening sky at the opposite end of the year.

According to Greek mythology, the constellation Taurus commemorates the time that Zeus changed himself into a beautiful white Bull to woo the affections of the Phoenician princess Europa. After hopping onto the Bull’s back, the Bull swam across the Mediterranean Sea, taking Europa all the way to the Island of Crete. Zeus and Europa became the parents of Minos, the legendary king of Crete.

The brightest star in the constellation is [7931] alpha Tauri, or Aldebaran ("the follower"). Aldebaran is an orange-red giant, an irregular variable star, about 65 light-years distant. It is also sometimes called the Bull's Eye because it lies in the head of Taurus. It is the 13th brightest star in the sky. It was named Aldebaran because it appears to follow the Pleiades cluster across the sky. The Chinese know Aldebaran as the Fifth Star of the Net, while the Inuit call it the Spirit of the Polar Bear. The Seris people in Mexico believe that it provides light for seven women giving birth, represented by the Pleiades. The Dakotas saw the Pleiades as a white buffalo, chased by a hero (Aldebaran) across the sky.

image credit: Wikimedia

The Pleiades, also known as Messier 45 or the Seven Sisters, are a group of stars that form a young open cluster in Taurus. The Pleiades cluster is composed mostly of hot, blue, extremely luminous stars. It is the easiest cluster to find without the aid of binoculars. Lying about 440 light-years away, it is one of the nearest star clusters to Earth. It contains more than a thousand stars. The brightest nine are named after the Pleiades, the Seven Sisters in Greek mythology, and their parents, the titan Atlas and the sea-nymph Pleione. In the myth, Atlas was one of the titans who fought against Zeus and other Olympian gods and, once the titans were defeated, he was forced to carry the heavens on his shoulders as punishment. With Atlas out of the way, the hunter Orion started pursuing his daughters and Zeus turned them into stars to prevent Orion from catching them. The celestial Orion still follows the Pleiades across the sky.

The Zuni of New Mexico used the Pleiades cluster as an agricultural calendar. When the Pleiades – which the Zuni called the “Seed Stars” – disappeared into the western dusk in spring, they knew it was safe to plant their seeds, as the danger of frost had passed. But the Zuni also knew the planting must be done before the Pleiades reappeared in the east before sunrise – else immature plants would succumb to autumn frosts.

The Zuni were hardly alone in their reverence for Taurus’ Pleiades star cluster. Probably no other star formation has enjoyed such worldwide renown for timekeeping, celebration and storytelling.

SOURCE: Topastrologer / EarthSky


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Comparison of the Zodiac systems

Sign

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Aries Mar 21 - April 20 April 15 - May 15 April 19 - May 13
Taurus April 21 - May 20 May 16 - June 15 May 14 - June 19
Gemini May 21 - June 20 June 16 - July 15 June 20 - July 20
Cancer June 21 - July 21 July 16 - Aug 15 July 21 - Aug 9
Leo July 22 Aug 22 Aug 16 - Sep 15 Aug 10 – Sep 15
Virgo Aug 23 - Sep 22 Sep 16 - Oct 15 Sept 16 – Oct 30
Libra Sep 23 - Oct 22 Oct 16 - Nov 15 Oct 31– Nov 22
Scorpio Oct 23 - Nov 21 Nov 16 - Dec 15 Nov 23 – Nov 29
Ophiuchus NA NA Nov 30 – Dec 17
Sagittarius Nov 22 - Dec 21 Dec 16 - Jan 14 Dec 18– Jan 18
Capricorn Dec 22 - Jan 20 Jan 15 - Feb 14 Jan 19 – Feb 15
Aquarius Jan 21 - Feb 19 Feb 15 - Mar 14 Feb 16– Mar 11
Pisces Feb 20 - Mar 20 Mar 15 - April 14 Mar 12 – April 18

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