The Planets and Their Meaning in Your Birth Chart, Easily Explained! [Qabbalistic Astrology]

The Planets and Their Meaning in Your Birth Chart, Easily Explained! [Qabbalistic Astrology]


What is the meaning of the planets in your birth chart and in astrology in general? What is the real nature of the planets’ influences
on our personality and character? We will tell you this and much more in a few moments! Brotherhood of the Eternal Light
Teaching the Western Mysteries Qabbalistic Astrology: The Planets In astrology, the planets represent the active
force or power principles. In every human being, the power of each planet is active …just as each horoscope contains all the
planets. The planetary forces work through the astral plane and do not originate from the physical celestial bodies. The word planet goes back to the Greek term πλανήτης planētēs, which means “wanderer”. In ancient times, it was observed that some of the celestial bodies move through the sky of fixed stars. Another word for planet is therefore ‘wandering
star’. The planets that were already known in ancient
times, because they are visible to the naked eye… …are Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. Uranus, Neptune and Pluto were not discovered until the Renaissance and modern times. Therefore they are sometimes called invisible planets or unseen planets. So those further material celestial bodies
were discovered which are the indicators for the astral effects in astrology… …which in turn are based on the long-established spiritual principles of the Qabbalistic Tree of Life. Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are slow-moving
planets and are sometimes called ‘trans-Saturnians’. Due to their slow movement through the signs of the zodiac, their effects take place over long periods of time and are therefore intergenerational. For example, Neptune is in the sign of Sagittarius in the birth-charts of all persons born between 1971 and 1983. Through their positions in the houses and
their aspects, the slow-moving planets are also effective forces regarding the individual, and they are interpreted accordingly. In astrology, the sun and moon are also considered
planets. In ancient times, they were perceived as ‘wanderers’, being independent of the celestial vault and the movements of the fixed stars. They also represent significant astral forces
effective in every soul. Symbolism The radix shows the planets with their (mostly)
alchemical symbols. They bear the names of the gods of the Greek-Roman
mythology. The different myths of the peoples use symbolic
images to describe universal structures and principles,… …which in turn are based on the structure
and spiritual principles of the Qabbalistic Tree of Life. The pictorial representation of the universal
principles in mythology appeals to the subconscious. The Qabbalistic tradition puts emphasis on
not sticking to these images and symbols. As it says in the second commandment of the
Torah… “Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness [of any thing] that [is] in heaven above, or that [is] in the earth beneath, or that
[is] in the water under the earth.” Qabbalistic Astrology allows a profound understanding of the universal and spiritual principles which shape our personality as human beings… …and it contains the wisdom to recognize, decipher and understand the analogies and principles that are expressed by the symbols and images. At the same time, we promote the spiritual
part of our soul, the ‘Neshamah’… …and develop the mental part or the consciousness,
called ‘Ruach’… … and the emotional part or the subconscious,
called ‘Nefesh’. The individual planets The Sun: individuality and basic character Spiritual Principle: Tiferet, the central awareness of the self The Moon: receptivity and sensibility Spiritual Principle: Yesod, the subconscious mind Mercury: clarity of mind, communication and
application of the mind Spiritual Principle: Hod, analytical thinking Venus: charm and creativity Spiritual principle: Netzach, creative thinking Mars: power and energy Spiritual Principle: Gevurah, power and fortitude Jupiter: values and generosity Spiritual Principle: Chesed, benevolence and order Saturn: seriousness, discipline and severity Spiritual Principle: Binah, higher insight and bitter realisation Uranus: striving for free transformation Spiritual Principle: Daat, transformative realisation Neptune: fantasy and visions Spiritual Principle: Chochmah, creative wisdom Pluto: determination and striving for the
best Spiritual Principle: Keter, the absolute The lunar nodes The lunar nodes are also regarded as active force or power principles of the horoscope, just like the planets. We consider their position as another important
factor of a horoscope. Ascending lunar node: What manifests itself
particularly in this incarnation. Descending lunar node: What we should let
go of in this incarnation. Spiritual Principle of the lunar node: Malchut,
the manifest world Further information and contents on the planets and their spiritual and mythological meanings can be found in the individual videos for each planet. You can also use our Sefirot videos to deepen your knowledge of the spiritual principles underlying the planetary forces. This video is part of our free online course
in Qabbalistic Astrology. You can find the link to our online-courses
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