Your Chart with the Asteroid Goddesses
The asteroids are a belt of planetary bodies largely between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, discovered in the early 1800s. The first four sighted were named after the great goddesses of antiquity.
Ceres. Pallas Athene. Vesta. Juno.
Mythologically the goddesses Ceres, Pallas Athene, Vesta and Juno were co-equivalent in rank with the gods Jupiter, Neptune and Pluto.
The inclusion of the four main asteroid goddesses, along with Fortuna and Lilith, in a chart adds complexity, depth and a more complete picture of a woman’s astrological narrative and psychological, developmental journey.
The asteroid goddesses inform the female experience of navigating life as a 21st Century woman and how to move beyond the traditional culturally assigned roles of being born female.
Each of these goddesses speak to universal themes in a woman’s life and inform the whole human experience.