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The Asteroid Report
The Asteroids in your chart teach you about your capacity to nurture, marry, solve problems, express your sexuality, and heal. The Asteroid Report interprets the 4 asteroids and Chiron, shedding light on these areas of essential life experience. More...






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Ceres in Cancer
Ceres, symbol of the Great Mother, reminds us of our basic nurturing needs. Just like we feel a basic need to be nurtured and cared for, so does the Earth. And just like we have emotional reactions to how nurtured we feel, the Earth also has reactions to being, or not being nurtured.

Besides the Earth in general, Ceres repesents our individual home and our inner Self. What's your home like? Ceres in Cancer is a time to take a closer look at how you live because how you live reflects your emotional state. With the focus on your home, you might want to move, remodel, buy new furniture or home accessories take care of children, plant a garden, and care for the Earth. Nurture your Self.



Astrological Ceres
Ceres, the largest asteroid, is the Great Mother asteroid, and embodies the motherly qualities of nurturing, caring, and fertility. Mythological Ceres was grief stricken by the abduction of her daughter Persephone by Hades, god of the underworld. Ceres teaches the joy of unconditional love and the pain and grief of dependency. Ceres can end heavy dependencies in order to create more sharing and varied interactions. Letting go of stranglehold grips on people and possessions can ironically bring greater gains. Astrological Ceres represents how we love and how we need to be loved. ...more

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