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Regulus
Tarot Kitteh
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Regulus
Regulus enters the sign Virgo in 2012 AD. It entered the sign Leo in 156 BC.

Regulus is one of the four key stars in the heavens, also called archangel stars, assigning:

Tasoheter - Michael (Aldebaran) watcher of the East;

Satevis - Oriel (Antares) Watcher of the West;

Hastorang - Gabriel (Fomalhaut) watcher of the South;

Venant - Raphael The Healing Archangel (Regulus) Watcher of the North.

[The angel associations come from Eric Morse, The Living Stars, p.35. Allen's explanation of these four stars on p.256 of Star Names]

They have been characterized as Horses, reflected both in the famed Four Horsemen of Apocalypse (Revelations 6) and Chariot Horses in the Book of Zechariah. [Dr Eric Morse, The Living Stars]

At one time these four stars marked the two Equinoxes and two Solstices. Aldebaran marked the zero Aries point in 3044 BC, Antares marked zero Libra 3052 BC, Fomalhaut marked zero Capricorn, 2582 BC, Regulus marked zero Cancer 2345 BC.

http://www.constellationsofwords.com/stars/Regulus.html

The deck I use is the Celtic Dragon Tarot and I also use the short meanings provided by the creators of the deck--D. J. Conway and Lisa Hunt.

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Tarot Kitteh
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RE: Regulus
Regulus

June 17, 2011By Marina Fixed star Regulus in 2011 is positioned at 29 degrees Leo 59’, in the heart of the constellation Leo the Lion. There is a buzz about Regulus on the Internet right now due to its entrance into Virgo in 2012. People are speculating that this might herald the the age of Aquarius, Aquarius being Leo’s opposite sign on the fixed cross. What can Leo learn from the Virgin? Perhaps how to submit, put aside ego, dispense personal glory and become more respectful of the earth. They do seem like a very Aquarian ideals

Regulus is the arch-angel Raphael, one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse. On the fixed cross, Regulus is one of the four cherubim represented on tarot cards as the bull, lion, eagle and human, the signs Taurus, Leo, Scorpio and Aquarius respectively.

You usually see them all on the corner of the Wheel of Fortune and The World cards. Hence Regulus coming under focus now as 2012 and its association with the end times and/or enlightenment draws near.

So what’s so special about Regulus? He is certainly of our time. He is the X factor and the superstar. The Elvis of the fixed stars. He ranks as ultra-fortunate, the most benefic star in the Universe. Medieval astrologers said it would bring glory, riches and fame to all those born under it, and that it was the “Royall Starre”.

Of course not everyone born with Sun of Regulus will be born royal, but they will certainly act like it! Regulus of course is literally one of the royal stars of Persia, all of which give you immense power, but they do come with a price, as you will see. It’s not all super sunny.

Regulus is important because it one of the brightest stars and bang on the ecliptic. So instead of the usual 1 degree orb given for fixed stars, I would give Regulus 5 degree’s in line with William Lily [1]. Therefore Regulus may well be shining on your Sun if you are born between the 18th and 28th of August or have anything between 25 Leo and 5 degrees Virgo. On astro.com you can find Regulus precisely in your chart by using their fixed star option in the extended chart section.

The Mars and Jupiter nature of this star can take you far and many of its natives are indeed very successful. But this runaway success can be taken away from you pretty swiftly if you fall prey to its negative expression. There is a risk of downfall if one resorts to displaying excess pride, ego-mania, arrogance, obsessive conquering and most of all revenge. It is said that the higher these Lions climbs the bigger the risk of falling from grace.

I would think the downfall would most likely happen to those chasing success and fame for it’s own sake or to solely bolster their own ego. But if the Regulus subject has a true passion for their craft or business, and lets others share and bask in their glory, I think our regal Lion can sit safely on his comfy throne.

http://darkstarastrology.com/regulus/

The deck I use is the Celtic Dragon Tarot and I also use the short meanings provided by the creators of the deck--D. J. Conway and Lisa Hunt.

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Tarot Kitteh
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RE: Regulus
2011 August 2 Mercury Retrograde with Regulus

Cayelin
by Cayelin K Castell

The upcoming Mercury Retrograde on August 2 is worthy of our attention as Mercury stations retrograde near the fixed star Regulus, also known as the heart of the Lion. Regulus was one of the four “royal stars” of the Persians around 3000 BC when it marked the marked the Summer Solstice (zero Cancer) and one of the fifteen Behenian stars identified by medieval astrologers. The Behenian stars were consider magical stars whose energies were most potent whenever a visible planet was within 6 degrees of the star.

Regulus is moving into Virgo November 28, 2011
Regulus entered the sign of Leo in 156 BC, and is currently located at 29 degrees and 59 minutes of Leo. On November 28, 2011 after more than 2000 years in the seasonal sign of Leo Regulus is moving into the sign of Virgo according to the astronomy program in the software program Solar Fire.

It seems to be more than just a coincidence that Mercury is stationing retrograde near Regulus as it prepares to move into a whole new archetypal energy about 4 months later.

http://shamanicastrology.com/astro-news/...th-regulus

The deck I use is the Celtic Dragon Tarot and I also use the short meanings provided by the creators of the deck--D. J. Conway and Lisa Hunt.

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Tarot Kitteh
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RE: Regulus
.Nov 28th 2011 – The fixed Star Regulus moves into Virgo, after 2160 years in the sign of Leo, it now will shift to the sign of Virgo. The star has been known as the King maker, the star of heroes, bestowing honours and fame to those linked to the prestige of Regulus, it also comes with a warning that money doesn’t necessarily bring happiness.

Regulus is one of the four Royal stars that sit close to the ecliptic and have been the markers of the four corners of the zodiac for millennia. They used to grace the fixed signs of the zodiac, Antares – Scorpio, Regulus- Leo, Formalhaut- Aquarius, and Aldebaran Taurus, but have since moved out of alignment with the original constellations they were associated with. Fomalhaut is now in mutable Pisces at 4 degrees conjunct Chiron, Aldebaran is in Gemini at 9 degrees, Regulus sits at 29:59 Leo about to shift in November 2011, and Antares is now at 9 Sagittarius. Antares and Aldebaran exactly opposite in the sky, shifted in about 1300 CE, and Fomalhaut shifted to Pisces in 1725 CE.

The shift of these royal stars from fixed to mutable signs is based on the tropical zodiac, which moves 1 degree backwards in the zodiac every 72 years, this is known as Precession of the Equinoxes as we start the tropical zodiac at zero Aries, when the Sun aligns with the Equinox point on March 20-21st every year.

With Regulus about to move into Virgo, it seems so appropriate and timely as we consider a world ruled by powerful elites, and societies ruled by money and power. Now we have Regulus move into the sign of service, resourcefulness, technology, skill and duty, as we consider waste, global resources, efficiency, and how to get things working better, timely to say the least. Those who learn to be of service, to adapt an attitude of service to the sacred, the planet earth and her precious resources and the healing of the planet will be the new heroes of the next age. This is accentuated as Regulus opposes Neptune at zero Pisces and will do so for another few years mostly into 2012. Neptune opposite, seems to accentuate the changing of the old guard, from ego centered rulers to those more attuned to collective and global needs.

http://www.cosmicintelligenceagency.com/...-digest-6/

The deck I use is the Celtic Dragon Tarot and I also use the short meanings provided by the creators of the deck--D. J. Conway and Lisa Hunt.

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SmartestOne
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RE: Regulus
I'm really sick and tired of this Age of Aquarius nonsense.

Look at ASTRONOMY and you will find that we don't enter that "age" for another several hundred years.

Sooo, you kicked out the Church, and what did you get!? The Jews and the cryptoJews, which are 1000X worse!

"We have exterminated Russian property owners. We will do the same in Europe & America." The Jew, 12/25, Zinobit

1st law passed after commies seized power in Russia made antisemitism a crime punishable by death. Izvestia, 7/27/18
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SmartestOne  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:39 PM)
I'm really sick and tired of this Age of Aquarius nonsense.

Look at ASTRONOMY and you will find that we don't enter that "age" for another several hundred years.

thank you for your perspective. I'm of the view that ending and age and begining an age covers a span of many, many years. I suppose there is a specific point where it officially changes but the physical changes take time.

The deck I use is the Celtic Dragon Tarot and I also use the short meanings provided by the creators of the deck--D. J. Conway and Lisa Hunt.

MorningMist and Tarot Kitteh are one and the same person.
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RE: Regulus
Tarot Kitteh  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:35 PM)
.Nov 28th 2011 – The fixed Star Regulus moves into Virgo, after 2160 years in the sign of Leo, it now will shift to the sign of Virgo. The star has been known as the King maker, the star of heroes, bestowing honours and fame to those linked to the prestige of Regulus, it also comes with a warning that money doesn’t necessarily bring happiness.

Hi Tarot Kitteh, thank you for the interest read!

My sign is Virgo and I've been waiting over two millennia for this to happen; I'm marking Nov 28 on my diary.

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Tarot Kitteh
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RE: Regulus
SPØT  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:45 PM)
Tarot Kitteh  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:35 PM)
.Nov 28th 2011 – The fixed Star Regulus moves into Virgo, after 2160 years in the sign of Leo, it now will shift to the sign of Virgo. The star has been known as the King maker, the star of heroes, bestowing honours and fame to those linked to the prestige of Regulus, it also comes with a warning that money doesn’t necessarily bring happiness.

Hi Tarot Kitteh, thank you for the interest read!

My sign is Virgo and I've been waiting over two millennia for this to happen; I'm marking Nov 28 on my diary.

Heartflowers

There sure is a lot of powerful symbolism associated with this star. It will be interesting to find more to read on the subject.

I'm a Virgo too. Happy Birthday!!!

S301

The deck I use is the Celtic Dragon Tarot and I also use the short meanings provided by the creators of the deck--D. J. Conway and Lisa Hunt.

MorningMist and Tarot Kitteh are one and the same person.
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RE: Regulus
Tarot Kitteh  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:41 PM)
SmartestOne  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:39 PM)
I'm really sick and tired of this Age of Aquarius nonsense.

Look at ASTRONOMY and you will find that we don't enter that "age" for another several hundred years.

thank you for your perspective. I'm of the view that ending and age and begining an age covers a span of many, many years. I suppose there is a specific point where it officially changes but the physical changes take time.


Actually what has happened is that people are using FIXED INTERVALS of ~2,000 per age (for the sake of "convenience?"). LOOK at the size of the constellations (some small, some huge) and it's easy to see that this is an ARTIFICIAL, INCORRECT system. The same thing has been done with astrology (sidereal versus tropical).

Sooo, you kicked out the Church, and what did you get!? The Jews and the cryptoJews, which are 1000X worse!

"We have exterminated Russian property owners. We will do the same in Europe & America." The Jew, 12/25, Zinobit

1st law passed after commies seized power in Russia made antisemitism a crime punishable by death. Izvestia, 7/27/18
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RE: Regulus
SmartestOne  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:54 PM)
Tarot Kitteh  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:41 PM)
SmartestOne  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:39 PM)
I'm really sick and tired of this Age of Aquarius nonsense.

Look at ASTRONOMY and you will find that we don't enter that "age" for another several hundred years.

thank you for your perspective. I'm of the view that ending and age and begining an age covers a span of many, many years. I suppose there is a specific point where it officially changes but the physical changes take time.


Actually what has happened is that people are using FIXED INTERVALS of ~2,000 per age (for the sake of "convenience?"). LOOK at the size of the constellations (some small, some huge) and it's easy to see that this is an ARTIFICIAL, INCORRECT system. The same thing has been done with astrology (sidereal versus tropical).

yes, I am aware of this difference.

The deck I use is the Celtic Dragon Tarot and I also use the short meanings provided by the creators of the deck--D. J. Conway and Lisa Hunt.

MorningMist and Tarot Kitteh are one and the same person.
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RE: Regulus
Im a virgo too !!Cheer

Heartflowers
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RE: Regulus
Tarot Kitteh  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:48 PM)
There sure is a lot of powerful symbolism associated with this star. It will be interesting to find more to read on the subject.

I'm a Virgo too. Happy Birthday!!!

S301

Yes Happy and Prosperous Birthday to all Virgos!

Cheer
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RE: Regulus
Isn't it great how
There are a 100 billion other stars
In the Milky Way alone

Which means that
In every other solar system in this galaxy

The positional meanings
Of Geocentric astrology
Truly are meaningless chuckle
.

The End Ain't Nigh ... You Just Want It To Be
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RE: Regulus
Tarot Kitteh  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:48 PM)
SPØT  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:45 PM)
Tarot Kitteh  Wrote: (08-29-2011 10:35 PM)
.Nov 28th 2011 – The fixed Star Regulus moves into Virgo, after 2160 years in the sign of Leo, it now will shift to the sign of Virgo. The star has been known as the King maker, the star of heroes, bestowing honours and fame to those linked to the prestige of Regulus, it also comes with a warning that money doesn’t necessarily bring happiness.

Hi Tarot Kitteh, thank you for the interest read!

My sign is Virgo and I've been waiting over two millennia for this to happen; I'm marking Nov 28 on my diary.

Heartflowers

There sure is a lot of powerful symbolism associated with this star. It will be interesting to find more to read on the subject.

I'm a Virgo too. Happy Birthday!!!

S301

Another Virgo/Asc..here..

Happy,Happy Birthday to all Virgos!Cheer

Trans-Pluto is also entering Virgo sometime in January 2012.
IIRC I have something somewhere written about this, I'll look.

OT..a bit...
I do remember the dates 11-27 and 11-29 thought to be in the Pyramid of Giza, Osiris b'date and Horus b'date.
Just thought of that because Regulus enters Virgo on 11-28,smack between her boy's birthdays..lol

Never forget that behind every great King is the Queen...or so it's said..lol Regulus does end is an "us"
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RE: Regulus
Some interesting reading for the Virgos:

http://www.constellationsofwords.com/Con...Virgo.html

The deck I use is the Celtic Dragon Tarot and I also use the short meanings provided by the creators of the deck--D. J. Conway and Lisa Hunt.

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