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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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Vesta in Sagittarius
The future is out there; and during this time you'll be searching for your constantly expanding center. In a quest to manifest your visions, you it's possible to exhaust yourself or become frustrated by your inability to attain your highest ideals. The future is always a step away, so try to enjoy the moment.



Astrological Pallas Athene
In Greek mythology, Pallas Athene represented the feminine wisdom principle. Astrologically she represents the body-mind connection, inspired insight, flashes of illumination and genius along with the ability to manifest concrete reality and brilliantly creative works of art. Pallas Athene is the ability to plan a strategy and carry it out, to invent and utilize new systems and concepts; to become a professional in your field. Pallas Athene is a symbol of the equality of women in the world, as Athene was the first goddess treated as an equal to the men and not perceived as an object of sexual desire. Women who interact in the world of business finance law science and medicine have had to sacrifice a part of their femininity to achieve acceptance in a male-oriented society, and so Pallas at her best represents the ability to balance the male and female parts of ourselves in order to interact effectively. At her worst, Pallas is the woman who sacrifices her femininity for acceptance in the male world. She identifies with men more than women and so loses a part of herself - her ability to be feminine.

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