The Ultimate Astrology Cheat Sheet - Everything You Need to Know About the Planets

The Ultimate Astrology Cheat Sheet – Everything You Need to Know About the Planets

Planetary Anatomy

Sun: Operates chiefly through the anterior pituitary gland, to affect the circulation of the
blood through the heart and the arteries; the tear ducts; the spinal cord.

Moon: The substance of the body, as distinguished from the vitality flowing through it; the
alimentary canal; the child-bearing female organs and functions; the lymphs; the sympathetic
nervous system; the cerebellum, the lower ganglia.

Mercury: The thyroid gland; the brain and the cerebro-spinal nervous system; the sense of
sight; the tongue and the organs of speech; the hands as instruments of intelligence.

Venus: The thymus gland, the sense of touch; the throat, kidneys, and to some extent the
generative system. Its influence has been said to operate through the solar plexus, upon the
functions of digestion and nutrition. It has an indirect influence upon features, complexion,
hair – in so far as those express beauty.

Mars: The cortex, or cortical portion of the adrenal gland; the head, externally; the sense of
taste; the breasts and the maternal functions, and in part the generative organs; the motor
nerves; the excretory organs; the red corpuscles of the blood.

Jupiter: The posterior pituitary gland; feet, thighs, liver, intestines, blood plasma, muscles,
growth; also control of shoulders and arms, in motions that for effectiveness depend upon
good timing.

Saturn: The medullary portion of the adrenal gland; the skin and the secretive system; teeth;
bones, joints and tendons-particularly the knee and the calf of the leg; the spleen; the organs
and sense of hearing.

Uranus: The parathyroid gland; the brain and nervous system; the electric and magnetic
emanations.

Neptune: The pineal gland, the organs of extra-sensory perception; intuitive and psychic
receptivity.

Pluto. The Pancreas, and the digestive glands; the enzymes which effect catalytic and
hydrolitic transformations essential to proper metabolism.

Planetary Angels

Planetary Angels. Sun, Michael; Moon, Gabriel; Mercury, Raphael; Venus, Arnad; Mars,
Samael; Jupiter, Zadkiel; Saturn, Cassiel; Uranus, Arvath.

Planetary Colors

Planetary Colors. All authorities, though variously, associate the colors of the spectrum with
specific planets. In fact there are almost as many versions as there are authorities.
Nevertheless the following planetary associations represent a consensus of opinion:

Sun: Orange, gold, deep yellows.
Moon: White, pearl, opal, light, pale blues; iridescent and silvery hues.
Mercury: Insofar as Mercury can be said to have any appropriate colors of its own, slate
color, spotted mixtures. Most authorities agree that Mercury generally assumes the color of
that planet with which it is in nearest aspect.
Venus: Sky-blue to pale green, lemon yellow; and tints in general as contrasted to colors.
Mars: Red, scarlet, carmine.
Jupiter: Royal purple, violet, some blends of red and indigo, deep blue.
Uranus: Streaked mixtures, checks and plaids like Joseph’s coat “of many colors.”
Neptune: Lavender, sea-green, mauve, smoke-blue and possibly peculiar shades of gray.
Pluto. Luminous pigments, in unusual shades containing a large percentage of red.

Planetary Flavors

Planetary Flavors. According to Sepharial, these are:

Sun: Sweet, pungent.
Moon: Odorless, insipid.
Mercury: Cold, mildly astringent.
Venus: Warm, sweet.
Mars: Sharp astringents, acids, pungent odors.
Jupiter: Fragrant, bland.
Saturn: Cold, sour, astringent.
Uranus: Cold, brackish, astringent.
Neptune: Subtile, seductive.
Pluto. The so-called aromatic flavors, in which solubility releases both taste and aroma.

Planetary Forms

Planetary Forms. According to Sepharial, these are:

Sun: Circles, full curves, helical scrolls.
Moon: Irregular curves, crooked lines.
Mercury: Slender curves, short incisive lines.
Venus: Curved lines, rhythmic scrolls.
Mars: Sharp angles and barbs; fine straight lines.
Jupiter: Full generous curves.
Saturn: Cramped forms, straight short lines, sharp, clear-cut outlines.
Uranus: Mixed forms, broken lines.
Neptune: Curved lines, rhythmic curves, nebulous and chaotic forms.
Pluto. Heavy straight lines and sharp angles, in complex combinations.

Planetary Jewels

Planetary Jewels, or Precious Stones. Here, again, there are almost as many opinions as
there are authorities, but the following list expresses a consensus:

Sun: Diamond, ruby, carbuncle.
Moon: Crystal, pearl, opal, moonstone; all milk-white stones.
Mercury: Quicksilver, loadstone.
Venus: Emerald and, possibly, sapphire.
Mars: Bloodstone, flint, malachite, red haematite.
Jupiter: Amethyst, turquoise.
Saturn: Garnet, jet, all black stones.
Uranus: Chalcedony, lapis lazuli, jacinth, amber.
Neptune: Coral, aquamarine, ivory.
Pluto: Beryl and, presumably, sardonyx; jade, cloissone enamels, ceramics.

Planetary Metals

Sun: Gold
Moon: Silver, aluminum
Mercury: Quicksilver
Venus: Copper, brass
Mars: Iron, steel.
Jupiter: Tin.
Saturn: Lead.
Uranus: Radium, uranium.
Neptune: Lithium, platinum.
Pluto: Tungsten, plutonium.

Planetary Objects and Substances

Sun: Precious metals, diamonds-things valuable and scarce; glistening substances.

Moon: Utensils in common use in the laundry; or in the silversmith’s trade. Soft, smooth
substances.

Mercury: Papers connected with money; legal documents; books, pictures, writing materials,
anything connected with education and communications. Flowing and veined substances.
Venus: Jewelry and ornaments; women’s wearing apparel; bed linens; polished reflecting
substances.

Mars: Steel; cutlery, and anything that is sharp; instruments of war; sparkling substances.
Jupiter: Men’s wearing apparel, merchandisable sweets; horses, domestic pets; common and
useful substances, cloth, paper.

Saturn: Land, minerals, agriculture and garden implements; heavy materials; dull and heavy
substances; dross.

Uranus: Machinery, old coins and antiques, baths, public institutions; everything uncommon
and unusual; radioactive and magnetic substances.

Neptune: Poison, liquids, habit-forming drugs; mysterious and unidentifiable substances.

Pluto. Synthetics, through splitting and recondensing processes; plastics; atomic fission.

Planetary Pathology, or physical ailments

Associated with planetary influences are the ailments affecting the portion of the body represented by the Sign position of the planet – at
birth, in transit, or by direction; and by the Signs and Houses ruled by the planet.

Sun: Ailments of heart and upper spinal region; fevers and breaking down of tissues; organic
ailments; fainting spells; diseases of the spleen.

Moon: Endocrine imbalance resulting in inflamed glands and defective eyesight; functional
ailments and irregularities; allergies; mental instabilities; female disorders; emotional
depression that impairs normal functioning; dropsy and excess fluidity; catarrhal infection of
the mucous membranes.

In matters of health it is generally the significator of the bodily afflictions of its Sign position,
as follows:

Aries, head
Taurus, neck
Gemini, arms
Cancer, chest
Leo, back and heart
Virgo, abdomen
Libra, loins, kidneys
Scorpio, organs of generation
Sagittarius, thighs
Capricorn, knees
Aquarius, legs
Pisces, feet

Mercury: Nervous disorders or debility from excitement, stress, overwork or worry;
headaches; losses of memory; salivation; goitre; impaired respiration and sluggish elimination.

Venus: Blood impurities that poison the system, resulting in tonsilitis; pustural diseases, as
measles or smallpox; sloughing sores and susceptibility to contagion; kidney disease;
venereal diseases; poisoning; impaired functioning, resulting from uncontrolled eroticism.

Mars: Infectious, contagious and cruptive diseases; fevers, high blood pressure, internal
hemorrhages, inflammations producing sharp pains; burns, scalds; inflammatory conditions
requiring surgical treatment; hysterical outbursts producing violent reactions due to high
temperatures.

Jupiter: Maladies arising from surfeit; congestion; chronic acidity and hyperfluidity of
functional activity; subnormal blood pressure; apoplexy.

Saturn: Inhibited functioning due to fears and morbid conditions; debilities due to accidental
falls or subnormal temperatures; depressed vital activity or impaired circulation due to
inhibited emotions; rheumatism; melancholia; decayed and abscessed teeth; malnutrition,
often from sheer miserliness; skin diseases; atrophy; spinal ailments.

Uranus: Inflammations resulting from deposit of precipitated min-erals; fractures, ruptures,
lesions, spasmodic disorders.

Neptune: Oxygen deficiency; glandular imbalance from unexplainable causes; energy
depletion and wasting diseases; anaemia; neuroses; catalepsy, often the result of undirected or
undisciplined psychic activity; hypochrondriasis; drug addiction.

Pluto. Ailments resulting from deposits of precipitated mineral products in consequence of
chronic acidosis; arthritic and arteriosclerotic afflictions.

Planetary Personality

The vital energy that flows from the Sun through the solar system, enabling life
to exist and its activities to be pursued; inspiring men to the consciousness of a destiny to be
achieved: the sense of purpose that is recognized by MacDougal and the psychologists of the
Purposivistic School; ambitious, with good organizing and executive ability.

The solar influence is reflected in an impression of power in reserve; an outspoken and worldly-wise
counselor; a strong individuality with an urge toward acquisition of power. Emanates an
impression of dignity, grandeur, wisdom, authority, will and lofty spirituality. Restless under
restraint, it operates more through inspiration than intellect. A strong paternal instinct.
Generous, masterful, honest, truthful and creative; vital, forceful, sanguine, dignified. Power,
honor, fame, pride, influence. When frustrated may become ostentatious, despotic,
ceremonious, and fond of pomp and ritual.

Moon: Higher emotional faculties such as faith, hope and charity, veneration, peace-loving.
The instinctive mind, the desire-nature with respect to material things; the external reactions
to every-day affairs and to those pertaining to the home and domestic life; moods that
fluctuate between the extremes of optimism and pessimism; ideas that are not abstract;
ingenuity applicable to concrete purposes and practical ends; a mind that fluctuates and that
lacks the ability to concentrate, hence easily influenced; sympathy, not compassion; respect
for the old and regard for the young; suavity, kindness; love for animals; strong protective
sense, and an inclination to defend those incapable of self-defense; acute maternal instinct not
based on sex; modesty, timidity, economy, receptivity, imagination, impres- sionability,
changeableness; fond of travel; personal magnetism; psychic qualities; extra-sensory
receptivity; lymphatic, changeful, plastic, wandering, romantic, visionary, frivolous,
capricious, fanciful, unstable, procrastinating, lazy.

Mercury: Concrete mental faculties: perception of size, weight, form, color, order, position,
motion; memory, speech, intonation, phonetic inflection; thought, understanding, reason,
intelligence; vacillation, hesitancy to face issues; mental waywardness; brilliant and facile but
not profound; intellect in the abstract but not the concrete; industrious in acquiring knowledge
for its own sake, apart from any practical application or any question of right or wrong;
amasses evidence and eloquently cites statistics in support of his thesis; loves argument and
debate; cunning, crafty, subtle; a skilled technician enjoying a superficial proficiency;
literary, though not a ready writer. Mercury’s highest application appears to be in the realm of
“pure reason,” which, however, knows so much on both sides of a subject it experiences
difficulty in drawing a conclusion, or in holding to a conclusion once arrived at. From the
planet Mercury we have the word for the element Mercury, and its derivative effect,
mercurial. Its mental direction is largely determined by aspecting planets. v. Aspects,
planetary.

Mercury: Active, excitable, impressionable, nervous, gossipy, worrisome, witty, dextrous.

Mercury expressions: Literature, writings, oratory, study, memory. If frustrated may become
conceited, profane, unprincipled, tale- bearing, forgetful, addicted to gambling.

Venus: Physical faculties: friendship, romantic amativeness; the affections, particularly love
and the emotions derived therefrom; aesthetic sense, but not analytical; responsive to beauty
whether of person, adornment, art or environment; enjoys elegance, comfort and pleasure;
good taste; sex sensitivity, but discriminating; parental instinct; a youthful, almost childlike
simplicity of approach and viewpoint; a gracious yet almost patronizing attitude; subject to
negative moods and extremes of feeling; given to self-pity in moments of depression; mind
highly receptive but largely concerned with social affairs; memory sense frequently
unreliable; gentle, amiable, pacific, graceful, cheerful, temperate, passive. When thwarted,
inclines to extravagance in self-indulgence; slothful, licentious, sensual, vain, dissolute, and
generally abandoned; fond of gaudy apparel. Evolved venusian sensibilities incline to art,
music, peace, justice, grace, faithfulness, fruitfulness.

Mars: The vital faculties: combativeness, acquisitiveness, desire, enthusiasm, passionate
amativeness, courage, ardor in pursuit, not easily rebuffed and seldom discouraged,
indiscriminate sexuality, haste, anger, intolerance, fretfulness; a centre of power and energy,
whether for good or ill; acute, penetrative mind, largely concerned with physical
accomplishment, through direct-action methods, rather than aims, and fitted for enterprises
requiring seer-assurance; dynamic force, whether applied constructively or destructively;
domineering, brooks no interference and is often ruthless in disregard of others; fearless and
unhesitating as to hazardous undertakings and occupations; love of family – and on a wider
plane, patriotism; ever ready to protect its own, whether family, country or organization;
strong sense of brotherhood with humanity at large, though appearing to be self-centered.
Mars is forceful, active, inflammatory, generally careless and destructive, expert, high-
spirited. Normally synonymous with force, activity, ambition, pluck, endurance, desire, strife.
When thwarted, Mars becomes cruel, egotistical, sarcastic, quarrelsome, coarse, vulgar.

Jupiter: The abstract and creative faculties: comparison applied in generalizations upon the
broader aspects; idealism; powerful sense of the dramatic, and obsessed with the desire to be
of service to society; symbolizes a person of sound judgment with an ample store of common
sense; optimism, order, harmony; the principle of expansion and growth as expressed in the
accumulation of material wealth, but without the miserliness of a marked Saturnian trait.
Idealism generosity; a balance of feeling and thought, of heart and mind, that yields
optimism, devotion, benevolence, good nature, generosity, temperateness, sociability,
hopefulness; peace-loving, law-abiding, philosophical; usually of marked religious
tendencies, especially of a ritu- alistic order; convinced of the integrity of his motives and that
his judgments are tempered with mercy; love of beauty as applied to grandeur and the
sublime, with a leaning toward art, especially sculpture; the ability to overcome opposition
with forceful but impersonal arguments; broad vision, open-mindedness; listens to reason.

Jupiter creates conditions through which these qualities can bc expressed: health, as physical
harmony; law, as social harmony; religion, as spiritual harmony – not as channels of intellect,
or the means of making money. It represents judgment, power in the benevolent sense, profit,
good fortune, honesty, dignity – or just plain respectability.

At its best Jupiter is generous, expansive, genial, temperate, vital, benevolent, respectful, self-
controlled; but when frustrated it inclines to pride, dissipation, boastfulness, gambling,
extravagance, procrastination, complacency, hypocrisy.

Saturn: The concrete creative faculties: asceticism; practical ability to achieve the external
expression of thought forms; well ordered mind for the technical and concrete with an
emphasis on detail; inclined toward scientific research involving mathematics; the
conservative realist who asserts the authority of experience; secretive, noncommittal,
noncommunicative; cautious, inhibited and reserved; laconic in expression; apostle of justice
meted out with a firm hand, yet fair and impartial, a strong sense of justice – particularly
injustice; a slave to customs and conventions, even when railing against them; patient,
prudent, constant but jealous, yet not easily offended. Its emphasis on the personal ego and
inability to give outward expression to affection, tends to separation and isolation; a serious
outlook on life; inclined to learn everything the hard way; avoids strenuous effort or exertion
– but generally finds more than his share of it to do. Its strong sense of self-preservation is
deliberately purposeful and holds the emotions in check through the exercise of thought and
will power, more completely than does any other planet.

Where Uranus makes a show of strength when freedom is threatened, and Mars when the
passions are aroused, Saturn is cold, slow and deliberate, but inexorable when fully aroused.
Plots his way to positions of authority, wherein he discharges his duties with tyrannical
conservatism; generally a reactionary, but faithful.

Normally fearful, secretive, cautious, defensive, binding, cold, hard, persevering, steadfast;
when frustrated Saturn develops avarice, materialism, ultra-conservatism, tradition-bound
narrow-mindedness, pessimism and fatalism.

Uranus: The iconoclastic tendency: characterized by an aloof, offhand manner and approach;
imagination, constructive or otherwise; reacts violently against anything that would deprive
him of his free and conscious choice of thought and action. Unbending will, insistent upon
independence at any price; not readily amenable to any sort of control, much less to arbitrary
authority; strong sense of power and authority; assertiveness, with crushing positiveness; self-
reliant; inventive; interest in scientific and religious principles; unconventional, altruistic;
perseverance to cope with and conquer material obstacles, yet subject to sudden changes of
attitude; organizer, promoter, scientific investigator along materialistic lines; originality, with
a tendency to break new ground, start new occupations, advance new ideas, utilize new
methods, depart from established customs, and hold in disdain the arbitrary restrictions of
conventional morality; strong mechanical sense and executive ability that leans toward
construction engineering; unerring ability to sense people’s motives, hence often becomes a
refractory spirit, more or less alienated from his relatives; moves spontaneously from an inner
urge – hence impulsive and generally classed as eccentric.

Uranus is deemed a higher octave of Mercury. often fails to know his own mind, but is
moved by providential circumstances; often a fatalist who considers his destiny beyond his
control.

Naturally inclined to be variable, spasmodic, impulsive, prophetic, and heroic, under
restriction – even that of an inferiority complex – it becomes eccentric, refractory, bohemian,
fanatical, anarchistic, and given to hurling sarcastic invectives at anybody or anything on any
pretext and without provocation. Uranus is eminently the planet of science and invention,
particularly aviation, electricity, and astrology.

Neptune: The Social Unrest; follow-the-trend illusive and intangible emotions, of which we
know so little; entertains false hopes and indulges in tricky schemes, yet is highest in human
sympathy; loves mystery; acts dictated by powerful but inexplicable motives, directed toward
invisible, intangible ends; reacts to harmony, sympathy, symmetry, rhythm, poetry, and the
dance, which is the poetry of motion, with a partiality for stringed instruments; also for the
morbid and erotic.

Neptune pertains to feeling, desire, emotion, imagination. aesthetics, intuition, the psychic
faculties or extra-sensory perceptions. When thwarted it becomes psycho-neurotic, theatric,
and susceptible to flattery, the power of suggestion, and appearances. On the merest whim it
will break a bargain or go back on its word. It exhibits a high regard for uniformity yet often
succeeds in enterprises that require more than the average measure of mental effort. Neptune
is deemed a higher octave of Venus.

Pluto. Sociological Urge. The organized group as the instrument with which to amputate
parasitic growths on the body politic, in order to reconstruct society along more altruistic
lines. Depending upon the spiritual development they have attained, these individuals become
leaders of eleemosynary organizations. Foundations for the advancement of human welfare
and relations, professional associations or trade unions through which to achieve better social
conditions, or mere racketeers and gang leaders. It affords incentive to great literary or
dramatic geniuses who inculcate in their works Plutonian doctrines calculated to bear fruit
through the succeeding generation; total disregard for constituted authority or vested rights,
except as administered for the good of all; and even at its worst, more likely to be activated
by a sense of righteous indignation on behalf of society than by personal vindictiveness.

Planetary Significators

In external affairs the solar system bodies exercise influence as
follows:

Sun: Leaders and persons of authority in government, religious and industrial organizations.

Moon: Public life and the fickleness of the public; fluctuations of popularity, changing
fortunes; the common people, and the transportation and distribution systems that serve them;
the home and home life; the place of residence; the mother, and women generally; in the
State, women of title; the ocean, and voyages by water; water and liquids in general, and
persons who follow occupations connected with them; places and houses near water;
removals, mystery, romance.

Mercury: Business matters, letter writing, short travels, the neigh- bors and their gossip;
schools, colleges, and all places where teaching and learning are pursued; scientific and
literary organizations; printing-works, publishing offices, and all who are occupied at these
places; buying, selling, bargaining, trading.

Venus: Social activities; women, especially those younger; art, music, literature; beautiful
objects, and anything that is prized for its beauty; ornaments; things of luxury and pleasure;
jewels, toys, fine clothes, articles of adornment; pictures, flowers, dancing, singing, acting in
so far as these express beauty or pleasure, apart from skill or intelligence; all places where
these things belong, and where such occupations are carried on; sweethearts, wives, the home
and household; conjugal love, as embodying affection rather than passion.

Mars: Steel, cutlery, weapons of war, sharp tools, and those who use them, fires, slaughter
houses, mortuaries; brick and lime kilns; athletics and sports, in so far as they express
courage, enterprise, strength and dexterity.

Jupiter: Expansion and growth, and their expression in terms of material wealth; occupations,
persons, and places associated with religion, law, and education; public functions and
assemblies of a state or official character; charitable and philanthropic movements and
institutions; social gatherings, theatres and clothing.

Saturn: Restrictions, delay, poverty, defects, darkness, decay; the father; stability in
friendship; secrets, misfortunes, sorrows, fatalities; the ultimate uncombined atomic condition
of matter; also the state of matter called “earth,” and those whose occupations are concerned
with it; ascetics of every description, whether religious or not; hermits, misers, and those who
fast or starve; workers employed by municipalities or the State; older people; old plans,
matters already started; del)ts and their payment; karma; practicality; good advice; widows
and widowers; mountainous and hilly places, or open country, especially rocky and
uncultivated; caves, ruins; corpses, graves, and churchyards.

Uranus: Those who have power and authority over others, either on a large or small scale –
from King, Parliament and Prime Minister downwards; the chief, the ruler, the wielder of
authority; inventors, discoverers, pioneers and antiquarians.

Neptune: Democratic and popular movements, mobs, the common people; mystics, dreamers,
visionaries, psychics, mediums; perhaps hospitals and charities.

Pluto. Idealistic organizations that attack the social ills; social organizations designed to
combat groups of individuals who believe they belong to a privileged class. Ideas that are
ahead of their time, that will not bear fruit until readvocated by some disciple thereof in the
next generation.

Planetary Significators – Horary

In Horary Astrology the solar system bodies are subject to the following interpretations:

Sun: The querent – if a man. Rich and powerful relations; the person in authority, from whom
an honor or favor is desired; the one capable of saving the querent from embarrassment;
goldsmiths, jewelers, reformers, educators.

Moon: The querent – if a woman. The mother, or the woman in the case; servants, sailors,
navigators, and those in contact with fluids or liquids.

Mercury: The bringer of tidings; news of that which is lost; artificers, thieves, ingenious and
clever persons, who live by their wits; mathematicians, secretaries, merchants, travelers,
teachers, orators, ambassadors.

Venus: The person in whom the querent may be interested, particularly if a young woman;
embroiderers, perfumers, entertainers, artists, dealers in ornamentation, designers of clothing,
interior decorators, lovers of pleasure, managers of places of amusement.

Mars: If favorably aspected, a strong and aggressive friend; if unfavorably aspected, a
revengeful enemy; surgeons, chemists, soldiers, munition manufacturers; all who use sharp
instruments; rough and uncultured persons; thieves, and such as live by violence.

Jupiter: The wise friend of the querent upon whom he depends for protection or assistance; a
person of advanced years noted for integrity; rich and generous friends or relations; clothiers
and dealers in essential commodities; mountebanks, dissipated relatives or friends; the black
sheep of the family; counsellors, ecclesiastical dignitaries, judges, lawyers.

Saturn: Persons who, through narrowness of outlook, endanger the success of querent; aged
and conservative or indigent friends or relatives; day laborers, religious recluses, those
engaged in agriculture and mining, paupers, beggars, clowns; sometimes prudent counsellors;
if unfavorably aspected, a person with ulterior motive.

Uranus: The querent’s friend in an emergency; unexpected elements, persons from afar,
inventors, electricians, indicators of change; astrologers, humanitarians, psychologists, mental
specialists. If favorably aspected, a person bringing new and important propositions. If
unfavorably aspected, losses through impostors or unwise speculation.

Neptune: Those concerned with the investigation of scientific or metaphysical secrets;
profoundly wise and eccentric individuals geniuses, prophets, spiritual counsellors; persons of
mysterious origin; those engaged in water pursuits.

Pluto. The leader of an organization waging a strike, boycott or lockout, to establish a
precedent for some principle; the writer who instigates a reform movement or mass reaction.

Planetary Significators – Mundane

In Mundane Astrology, the significance of the solar
system bodies is as follows:

In a consideration of world affairs, the planets supply the initiating factor, whether
personalities or environment; the aspects, its favorable or unfavorable action; the signs, the
geographical divisions of the earth’s surface to be affected; and the houses, the economic or
political conditions of the people to be affected or activated.

Sun: Executive heads; governmental and legislative.

Moon: The proletariat, particularly the women; crowds; subjects or objects of popular
interest; water transport conditions and occupations; land and crops.

Mercury: The intelligentsia, the literary world; the transportation and communications
industry; the press, educators, speakers, news commentators; change.

Venus: Ambassadors of good will and preservers of the peace; artists, musicians; theatres and
festivals; births, children; courtship and marriage. Unfavoring aspects bring plagues and
pestilences.

Mars: Military leaders; surgeons; persons liable to die; engineers; agitators, incendiaries,
criminals and crimes of violence; epidemics of infectious and contagious diseases; wars.
Commotions are stirred up by Mars aspects to the Sun.

Jupiter: judiciary; ecclesiastical heads; industrialists and capitalists; philanthropists and
philanthropic movements; influences in support of order; peace, prosperity and plenty. If
afflicted, over-production.

Saturn: The minor state executives and law enforcement authorities; Civil Service
employees; land owners and mine operators; elderly persons; public buildings, national
calamities, scarcities.

Uranus: Air and rail transport; labor organizations, strikes and riots; civic organizations;
anarchy, explosions, inventions; the electrical and radio industry.

Neptune: The little people; social movements; socialized medicine and hospitalization;
charities; seditions; socialistic political movements; widespread unrest.

Pluto. Organized labor; chain store syndicates; group activities; mob psychology – whether
the mob be capitalists drunk with power or unemployed crazed by hunger.

Planetary Vegetation and Herbs

According to Alan Leo, herbs are classified according to
planetary influences as follows:

Sun: Almond, angelica, ash tree, bay tree, celandine, centaury, chamomile, corn hornwort,
eyebright, frankincense and other aromatic herbs, heart trefoil, juniper, male peony, poppy,
marigold, mistletoe, olive, pimpernel, rice, rosemary, rue, saffron, St. John’s wort, sun dew,
tormentil, turnsole, vine, wiper’s bugloss; also bay, citrus, and walnut trees.

Moon: Adder’s tongue, cabbage, chickweed, clary, coral-wort, cuckoo flowers, cucumber,
dog-tooth, duck’s meat, gourd, hyssop, iris, lettuce, melon, mercury, moonwort, mouse-car,
mushrooms, pearlwort, privet, pumpkin, purslain, rattle grass, rosemary, seaweed, spunk,
turnips, wallflowers, water arrowhead, watercress, water lily, water violet, white lily, white
poppy, white rose, white saxifrage, whitlow grass, wild wallflower, willow, winter green, and
all night blooming plants; also maple, olive, palm, and other trees rich in sap.

Mercury: Azaleas, bitter sweet, calamint, caraway, carrots, cascara, coraline, dill,
elecampane, endive, fennel, hare’s foot, hazel, horehound, hound’s tongue, lavender, lily of
the valley, liquorice, male fern, mandrake, majoram, mulberry, myrtle, olive spurger parsley,
pellitory, southernwood, star-wort, trefoil, valerian, wild carrots, winter savory; also hazel,
and filbert trees.

Venus: Apples, archangel, artichoke, beans, bearberry, bishop’s weed, black alder,
bubbleholly, burdock, cloves, cock’s head, couch grass, cowslip, cranebill, cudweed,
daffodils, elder, featherfew, ferns, foxgloves, goldenrod, gooseberry, grapes and other vines,
groundsel, kidneywort, lily, little daisy, marshmallows, mint, pennyroyal, pennywort,
peppermint, red cherries, roses, sanicle, sea holly, sorrel, spearmint, tansy, throatwort,
vervain, violets, wheat; also almond, apple, apricot, ash, cypress, pecan and pomegranate
trees.

Mars: All-heal, aloes, anemone, arsmart, barberry, basil, box tree, broom, butcher’s broom,
cactus, capers, catmint, coriander, crowfoot, flax-weed, furze-bush, garden cress, garlic,
gentian, ginger, hawthorn, honeysuckle, hops, horse radish, horsetongue, hyssop, leadwort,
leeks, madder, masterwort, mousetail, mustard, nettles, onions, peppers, plantain, radish,
savin, tobacco, wake-robin, wormwood, and all briars and thistles; also trees with thorns.

Jupiter: Agrimony, aniseed, apricots, asparagus, balm, balsam, betony, bloodwort, borage,
chestnut, cinquefoil, cloves, currants, daisy, dandelion, hart’s tongue, house leek, jessamine,
liver wort, mint, myrrh, nailwort, nutmeg, polypody, rhubarb, sage, scurvy grass, small
samphire swallow wort, strawberry, sugar cane, thorn apple, wild pinks, wild succory; also
ash, almond, birch, fig, lime, linden, mulberry and oak trees.

Saturn: Aconite, barley, barren wort, beech, black hellebore, blue bottle, comfrey, crosswort,
flaxweed, fleawort, fumitory, gladwin, ground moss, hemlock, hemp, henbane, holly,
horsetail, ivy, jew’s ear, knap-weed, knotgrass, mandrake, mangel, medlar, moss, navelwort,
nightshade, pansies, parsnips, quince, rue, rupture wort, rushes, rye, sciatica wort, senna,
shepherd’s purse, sloes, Solomon’s seal, spinach, tamarisk, vervain, wintergreen. Also
cypress, elm, pine, willow and yew trees.

Pluto. Modern astrology seldom concerns itself with adding to or even using these
classifications. Furthermore, the second-octave planets externalize more on the mental and
spiritual plane than the physical, hence no additions to these ancient lists have been made as
applicable to Uranus, Neptune and Pluto.

Planetary Vocations and Avocations

The ruling planet, and the signs in which posited,
considered with reference to occupational aptitude, gives the following testimony.

Sun: Positions of power, dignity, authority and responsibility, judges, magistrates, law
observance authorities; superintendents and directors of public utilities, banks and businesses
where huge sums of money are handled; goldsmiths, money lenders, writers, makers of
ornaments, as luxuries and for display.

Moon: All common employments; persons dealing with public commodities, or holding.
inferior positions chiefly in the transit industry; women officials and female occupations, as
maids, children’s nurses, midwives; those having to do with water, as seamen, fishermen,
beavers, longshoremen; dealers in liquids; bath attendants; traveling salesmen, tradesmen,
purveyors of food.

Mercury: Authors, actors, orators, teachers, inventors, men of science, journalists and those
engaged in gathering and disseminating information and in basing of judgment thereon;
merchants, book sellers, postal workers, telegraph operators and messengers, or clerks
engaged in the communications industry; artisans who exercise skill and intelligence;
accountants, civil engineers, lawyers.

Venus: All professions connected with music and the fine arts; jewellers, embroiderers,
perfumers, botanists; all businesses connected with women and their adornment: domestic
servants, dancers and actors who impersonate beauty or grace, apart from skill or intelligence;
painters, clothing designers, makers and dealers in toilet accessories.

Mars: All military professions; surgeons, chemists, blacksmiths, engineers, merchants,
butchers, barbers, carpenters, and those who use cutlery or sharp instruments; workers in iron
and steel, and those who make implements of war; bakers, dyers, and au common
employments.

Jupiter: All professions connected with religion and the law; legislators, physicians, bankers,
philanthropists, clothiers and businesses connected with woollen clothing; restaurant workers.

Saturn: All conservative businesses and all who deal in land, or in commodities produced by
or taken out of the earth; those having to do with places of confinement, or of the dead;
common laborers, and those who undertake laborious tasks, or who work underground, or by
night. Employments where much labor is necessary to acquire gain. Builders, bridge makers,
potters, plumbers, bricklayers, dyers, cattlemen, policemen, scavengers.

Uranus: Public figures, not holding office; travelers, inventors, pioneers, discoverers,
original thinkers, lecturers; aviators, and those in the development of air transport;
electricians, radio technicians, astrologists, scientists, psychologists, psychoanalysts, physical
researchers and all new and uncommon occupations.

Neptune: Artistic and literary geniuses, philosophers, occultists, occupations connected with
water, or liquids.

Pluto. Leaders in large organizations and movements, whether socialistic or capitalistic.
Writers along sociological lines, or of works in which sociological doctrines are disguised;
activities conducted anonymously or under a pseudonym.

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The Ultimate Astrology Cheat Sheet - Everything You Need to Know About the Planets
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The Ultimate Astrology Cheat Sheet - Everything You Need to Know About the Planets
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Learn the astrological basics and what they represent: the 12 signs of the zodiac; the Sun, the Moon, and the planets