Introduction to the Asteroids Report



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The Asteroids Report for

Johnny Depp

9 June 1963

8:44

Owensboro, Kentucky



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Introduction to the Asteroids Report

Asteroids orbit around the Sun just as planets do, but they are generally smaller than planets, and some of their physical characteristics and orbital characteristics are different from those of planets. Some objects are classified as being dwarf planets, and these objects are more similar to planets than most asteroids but do not fully have the characteristics that are typical of a planet. Pluto was once regarded officially as a planet but has been reclassified as a dward planet, and the asteroid Ceres is now widely regarded as a dwarf planet.


Of the hundreds of thousands of asteroids that orbit around our Sun, over 1,000 of them have been given names that are related to myths, legends, literary or historical figures of interest, or places. Some astrologers believe that asteroids have a significance and relevance to human life just as the planets do, and that the astrological significance of the asteroid is often related in some way to the name of the asteroid.
In this report 1,425 asteroids are analyzed to see if they are conjunct in zodiac longitude the Sun, Moon, or planets in the birth chart within a 1 degree orb. If the conjunction occurs, information about the asteroid is provided.
Those astrologers who include hundreds of asteroids in their interpretations believe that the asteroids often related to very specific events in your life. The names of close family and friends and situations that you encounter in life often reflect the nature of the asteroids that are conjunct planets in your chart. You may not be extremely passionate about the subject area related to the asteroid but somehow, as if by fate, you are drawn into situations and circumstances that bring the qualities of the asteroid into your life. By reading your Asteroids Report you can see for yourself if the asteroids conjunct the Sun, Moon, and planets in your birth chart, provide keys to many of the situations that you encounter in your life.

Listed below are the planet positions:

Sun 18 Gem 03 True Node 20 Can 38

Moon 13 Cap 49 Asc. 12 Leo 26

Mercury 25 Tau 17 MC 3 Tau 22

Venus 26 Tau 06

Mars 3 Vir 13

Jupiter 13 Ari 59

Saturn 23 Aqu 05

Uranus 1 Vir 35

Neptune 13 Sco 25

Pluto 9 Vir 38

Tropical Placidus Standard time observed

GMT: 14:44:00 Time Zone: 6 hours West



Lat. and Long. of birth: 37 N 46 27 87 W 06 48


The Sun

Your Basic Personality: Your Style and the Way You Do Things

Sun Conjunct Abnoba, Orb: 0 deg. 02 min.
Abnoba is a Gaulish goddess who was worshipped in the Black Forest of what is now Southern Germany. She has been equated to the Roman Diana; goddess of the wilderness, hunting and the Moon. Abnoba may have been associated with certain mountains and rivers in ancient Gaul.
This asteroid may imbue a love of nature, outdoor pursuits, physical activity and/or solitude.
Sun Conjunct Holmia, Orb: 0 deg. 32 min.
Holmia is the Latin name for the city of Stockholm, Sweden's capital and largest city. In addition to being the seat of its government, Stockholm has been Sweden's economic and cultural hub since the 13th Century CE. Its location may be the same as the legendary town of Agnafit described in the Norse sagas. Agnafit was the home of the mythic Swedish king Agne. The first definite record of Stockholm dates back to 1252 CE. Located on Sweden's south-central east coast where Lake Malaren meets the Baltic Sea, Stockholm has long been an important trading port. The central part of the city consists of 14 coastal islands continuous with the Stockholm archipelago. The city's population has expanded from about 9,100 residents in 1570 CE to more than 840,000 today.
This asteroid may imbue this magnificent city with personal significance.

Sun Conjunct Jeanne, Orb: 0 deg. 07 min.
This asteroid was named in honor of Jeanne Arend, the daughter of its discoverer, Belgian astronomer Sylvain Julien Victor Arend.
Jeanne is a French female name cognate with the English names Joan, Jean and Jane. One of history's most celebrated Jeannes is Jeanne d'Arc (1412-1431), the national heroine of France. Guided by heavenly voices, Jeanne d'Arc led the French armies to an unexpected victory against English invaders in the Hundred Year's War. Burnt at the stake for heresy at the age of 19, she later became a Catholic saint.
Jeanne is the French feminine equivalent of the name John. John is derived from the Hebrew Yochanan, meaning "HaShem is gracious". HaShem literally means "the Name", and refers to the solitary god of Judaism. Yochanan was the name of several important rabbis of the Second Temple period of Israel. It was a common given name in Judea and Galilee around the time of the invasion of the Roman empire. Translated into Greek as Ioannes, the name also became popular with Early Christians. The Christian figures of John the Baptist (Yochanan ben Zechariah) and John the Apostle (Yochanan ben Zibhdi) also bore this name. As Christianity spread throughout the Western world, so did the popularity of the name John.
This asteroid bestow a sense of divine guidance. The Judeo-Christian religion may play an important role in life, as may the nation of France. Relationships between daughters and fathers may also hold special significance.
Sun Conjunct Kolga, Orb: 0 deg. 06 min.
In Norse mythology, Kolga (whose name means "Chilling Wave") was one of the nine daughters of Aegir, the personification of the Ocean. Aegir is described in ancient lore as either a god or a jotunn (giant). He was the brother of Logi, "Fire", and Kari, "Wind". Aegir was noted for brewing his own ale and throwing extravagant parties for the gods, an endeavor in which his daughters aided him.
This asteroid may draw attention to natural forces. Oceanic and marine themes may play an essential role in life. A love of revelry and celebration may manifest You may become involved in providing hospitality and entertainment to others.
Sun Conjunct Newtonia, Orb: 0 deg. 48 min.
This asteroid was named in honor of English astronomer, alchemist, mathematician, physicist, natural philosopher and Christian theologian Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727). Newton's tome Philosophae Naturalis Principia Mathematica (1687) is considered one of the most essential texts to Western scientific thought. In it he described the concept of universal gravitation, as well as his three laws of motion. These laws laid the foundation for classical mechanics and dominated the scientific worldview for centuries after Newton's death.
Newton practiced an unorthodox form of Christianity and wrote extensively on Biblical interpretation. He also invented the first reflecting telescope, developed a theory of color, developed an empirical law of cooling, studied the speed of sound, sought the famed Philosopher's Stone of alchemy, and translated occult works such as the Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismetigus.
This asteroid may bestow an aptitude for excellence in the areas of knowledge advanced by Newton.
Sun Conjunct Podalirius, Orb: 0 deg. 49 min.
In Greek mythology, Podalirius was the son of Asclepius, the God of Health and Medicine. Along with his brother Machaon, he served as a surgeon and medic in the Greek army during the Trojan War.
This asteroid may bequeath an aptitude for medical pursuits, as well as a courageous character You may work as a paramedic, military medic, surgeon or physician.
Sun Opposition Aristarchus, Orb: 0 deg. 15 min.
Aristarchus of Samos (310-230 BCE) was a Greek astronomer and mathematician. He is noted for being the first person known to present an argument for a heliocentric model of the solar system.
This asteroid may give an aptitude for scientific and mathematical pursuits. It may also bestow an inclination towards making revolutionary discoveries.
The Moon

Your Moods, Deeper Feelings, Home, and Family

Moon Conjunct Angelina, Orb: 0 deg. 35 min.
This asteroid was named in honor of an astronomical station set up by German astronomer Franz Xavier von Zach near Marseille, France.
The name Angelina means "Little Angel". In many religious traditions, an angel is a messenger of a supreme divine being. They are often portrayed in art as winged humanoids. The word angel is derived from the Greek angelos, meaning "messenger".
This asteroid may give the ability to facilitate communication. A strong connection to an imaginal, spiritual or religious reality may be forged.
An interest in celestial studies may also manifest. The geographic location of the Angelina Observatory may hold personal significance.
Moon Conjunct Apollonia, Orb: 0 deg. 53 min.
Apollonia was an ancient city in Illyria, now modern day Albania. It was founded in 588 BCE by Greek colonists from Kerkyra.
The city was named in honor of the god Apollo. Apollo was the twin brother of Artemis, goddess of the wilderness, hunting and the Moon. He was among other things a Solar god, being conflated with Helios. He was associated with the "clear light" of the Greek ideal of moderation, order, reason and harmony as well as with the life-sustaining light of the Sun.
Like his sister, Apollo delighted in hunting and athletic activities. He is often depicted in art with a bow and arrow, as a patron deity of the sport of archery. He also patronized the palaestra, an ancient Greek meeting place for athletes.
As a god associated with truth and clarity, Apollo was also intimately involved in the practice of prophecy. Many oracular shrines were dedicated to him, most notably the Oracle of Delphi. There he was invoked for knowledge of remote and future events as well as the will of the gods.
Apollo also aided in the mending of wounds and the healing of ills. He fathered Asclepius, the god of Medicine. As humanity's defender against plagues of rodents and insects he was known as Apollo Smintheus, or "Apollo Mouse-catcher". Other epithets of this divinity included Acestor, "Healer"; Alexicacus; "Restrainer of Evil"; Aphetoros, "God of the Bow"; Coelispex, "He who watches the Heavens"; Atepomarus, "the Great Horseman" and Belenus, "Brilliant".
As Apollo Archegetes, "Director of the Foundation", he favored the practice of colonization. It is perhaps this aspect of Apollo that most specifically relates to the influence of the minor planet named for one of his colonies.
Apollo also rejoiced in musical and poetic pursuits. He is often portrayed holding a kithara, a type of stringed instrument. He is also associated symbolically with palm and bay laurel trees, wolves, dolphins, swans, cicadas, hawks and ravens.
This asteroid may bestow a clear mind and the ability to make good decisions. It may also give athletic, prophetic, intellectual, musical, literary and/or medical prowess beyond measure. A youthful yet wise demeanor is possible, and a love of culture and civilization may manifest. Colonization may be an important life theme.
Moon Conjunct Gersuind, Orb: 0 deg. 28 min.
Gersuinde was the name of a character in Charlemagne's Hostage, a play by Nobel Prize winning German dramatist Gerhart Hauptman (1862-1946). In this story, Gersuind is a hostage imprisoned at the court of Charlemagne.
This asteroid may give danger of captivity.
Moon Conjunct Moskva, Orb: 0 deg. 33 min.
Moskva is the native name of Moscow, the capital of Russia. With over 10 million residents, Moscow is the largest city in Russia and the seventh largest city in the world. It is a major international center of culture, trade, transportation, finance, education, sports and religion. Moscow boasts one of the world's largest populations of billionaires as well as the world's second busiest metro system after Tokyo's.
Moscow is located on the Moskva River, for which the city is named. The Moskva is a tributary of the Oka River, which is itself a tributary of the Volga. The origin of the name Moskva is unclear.
The first historical mention of the settlement of Moscow dates back to 1147 CE. In 1156 Prince Yuri Dolgoruki ordered a wooden wall to be built around the emerging town. In 1237 the Mongols sacked Moscow, burning it to the ground. It recovered, becoming the capital of the independent Vladimir-Suzdal principality in 1327. From there it evolved into the stable and prosperous Grandy Duchy of Moscow. In 1571 it was again sacked and burned, this time by the Crimean Tartars. In 1609 Swedish forces attacked the city. From 1654 to 1656 half of Moscow's population succumbed to the plague. In 1712 the Russian capital was moved to St. Petersburg by Peter the Great. In 1812 French legions under the control of Napoleon Bonaparte attempted to take the city by force. After Russian Revolution of 1917 Moscow became the capital of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, and five years later the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
This asteroid may assign personal relevancy to the city of Moscow, its culture, its history, and its global impact.
Moon Conjunct Paradise, Orb: 0 deg. 54 min.
This asteroid (discovered in 1977 at the Palomar Observatory in San Diego County, California) is named for the small town of Paradise, California. Paradise, home to less than 30,000 residents, is located in the foothills of the Sierras on the edge of California's Central Valley. It rests between two deep canyons formed by Feather River and Butte Creek.
The word paradise is used in a Biblical context to refer to the Garden of Eden, an idyllic oasis inhabited by the first man and woman prior to their fall from God's favor. In a broader sense it refers to any such halcyon place or golden age. The word is derived from the Greek paradeisos, meaning "garden, park", which itself comes from the Avestan pairidaeza, or "park, enclosure".
This asteroid may grant personal importance to the concept of a utopian existence. Great pleasure may be taken in natural settings and gardens. The geographic region of California may also hold personal significance.
Moon Conjunct Tristan, Orb: 0 deg. 15 min.
Tristan (also known as Drustan or Drust) is a character from the Arthurian legend cycle of European lore. He was a Cornish knight charged by his uncle, King Mark of Cornwall, with the responsibility of traveling to Ireland and winning the hand in marriage of the Irish princess Isolde on his behalf. Isolde was the daughter of King Anguish of Ireland and Queen Isolde the Elder. Tristan succeeded in convincing Isolde to return with him to Cornwall and marry King Mark.
On the journey back to King Mark's court, Tristan and Isolde accidentally consumed a powerful potion concocted by Isolde's mother. The potion was intended to foment love between Isolde and her new husband, Mark. Tristan and Isolde fell hopelessly in love. They attempted to hide their mutual adoration from King Mark, but to no avail. The furious king ordered the unfortunate lovers to be slain.
This asteroid may bestow tragedy in romance.
Moon Conjunct Una, Orb: 0 deg. 04 min.
This asteroid was named for a character in Edmund Spenser's incomplete English epic poem The Faerie Queen. Published in two installments between 1590 and 1596, The Faerie Queen was an allegorical work praising Queen Elizabeth I.
In this poem the character of Una symbolizes the Protestant Christianity espoused by Queen Elizabeth. She is imagined by Spenser as the emissary of Truth and the embodiment of the "True Church". She is accompanied by the Redcrosse Knight, a personification of the nation of England. Together they endeavor to save Una's ancestral castle from a monstrous Dragon. Una and the Redcrosse Knight defeat Duessa, a character iconic of the Catholic Church and corresponding to Mary, Queen of Scots, Elizabeth's religious and political enemy.
The Irish female given name Una may be derived from the Irish uan, meaning "lamb". In Christian iconography, lambs are symbolic of innocence and purity.
This asteroid may grant relevancy to the religious tradition of Protestant Christianity. Concepts of truth, virtue, righteousness and spiritual purity may be emphasized. The historical period of Elizabethan England may also become a matter of personal importance.
Moon Opposition Antiope, Orb: 0 deg. 15 min.
In Greek mythology, the name Antiope refers to two different women. It is unclear which of them this asteroid was intended to be named for.
One Antiope was an Amazon warrior. She was distinguished by being the only Amazon to marry a man. She married Theseus, the legendary founder-king of Athens.
The other Antiope was the mother by Zeus of Amphion and Zethus. These semi-divine twins played an essential role in the foundation of the city of Thebes. They built the walls around the Theban citadel. Amphion was a musician taught by the god Hermes. He moved the stones of the wall into place by luring them with music. Zethus built his part of the wall in a more conventional manner. He was a strong hunter and herdsman unopposed to manual labor.
Both Antiopes were closely associated with characters involved in the founding of city-states. This asteroid may confer intimate relationships with people who initiate lasting traditions or begin great undertakings. It may also give marital harmony (owing to the legend of the former Antiope).
Moon Opposition Claudia, Orb: 1 deg. 00 min.
Claudia is a female given name. It originated as the name of one of the oldest families in ancient Rome. The Claudia family produced several Emperors of the 1st Century CE (such as Tiberius Claudius Nero), as well as many other high ranking Roman officials. The name Claudia is derived from the Latin claudeo, meaning "to limp", as many members of this family suffered infirmities of the limbs.
This asteroid may emphasize the importance of family heritage and tradition. Eminence and social esteem may be gained, but physical disabilities are also possible.
Moon Opposition Dembowska, Orb: 0 deg. 51 min.
This asteroid was named in honor of Ercole Dembowski (1812-1881), an astronomer born in Milan. Ercole's father was Jan Dembowski, one of Napoleon's Polish generals. He served in the Austria-Hungary navy until 1843. As an astronomer, Dembowski was noted for his precision and attention to minute detail. His work mainly focused on double stars.
This asteroid may give an inclination towards military and scientific endeavors. Industrious and meticulous qualities may manifest.
Moon Opposition Empedocles, Orb: 0 deg. 55 min.
Empedocles (490-430 BCE) was a pre-Socratic philosopher hailing from the Greek colony of Agrigentum on Sicily. He is credited with originating the cosmogenic theory of the four Classical elements (Earth, Air, Fire and Water). Empedocles proposed the existence of two forces, which he referred to as Love and Strife, controlling the unification and separation of the four elements. Empedocles was greatly influenced by Pythagoras, and favored the theory of reincarnation. He was the last Greek philosopher to express his ideas in the form of poetry.
This asteroid may bestow a keen interest in philosophical, psychological and spiritual matters You may actively investigate the mechanisms of the universe. Poetic ability may blossom.
Moon Opposition Hekate, Orb: 0 deg. 36 min.
In the ancient Greek religion, Hekate was the chthonic goddess of doors, gates, crossroads and liminal states as well as herbalism, sorcery, birth, childcare and death. She often played a similar role to that of her psychopompic colleague Hermes, guiding the souls of the dead to the Underworld. Conversely, she also aided in nursing the young. Shrines to Hekate could be found near the doorways of ancient Greek dwellings, as well as by the convergence of roads. The protection of crossroads was another divine occupation linking Hekate and Hermes. As a guide by night and in the Underworld, Hekate is often portrayed in ancient art holding a torch. She was also commonly associated with dogs, and in some myths transformed into them. In the Egyptian-inspired esoteric writings of Late Antiquity, Hekate is described as having three heads; one canine, one equine and one serpentine. Although originally portrayed as a single figure, later depictions of Hekate show her in triple form. Her epithets Trimorphe, or "Three Formed", and Triodia, or "Of the Three Ways", also attest to this. In Roman times Hekate was known as Trivia, a Goddess of the Crossroads whose name means "Three Roads". It is from Trivia's name that the modern English word trivia, meaning common knowledge from the street, is derived.
Other epithets of Hekate include; Chthonia, "Of the Earth/Underworld"; Enodia, "On the Way"; Kourotrophos, "Nurse of Children"; Propulaia, "Before the Gate"; Phosphoros, "Giving Light"; Apotropaia, "Protector"; Soteira, "Savior"; and Kleidouchos "Holder of the Keys".
In her aspect as herbalist and sorceress, Hekate reared the most famous witches of Greek mythology; Circe and Medea. Her extensive knowledge of the uses of plants was unrivaled. Cypress trees, often linked in antiquity with the Underworld, were especially sacred to her, as were yew and garlic. In addition to dogs, snakes and horses, she was also allied with frogs, as their amphibious existence mirrored her own liminal nature. Red mullet fish were also associated with this goddess.
Hesiod called Hekate "(She) whom Zeus son of Cronos honored above all". She predates the Olympians, yet survived the defeat of the other pre-Olympian gods. Her parents are sometimes cited as Perses, a Titan of Destruction and Asteria, a primeval Star Goddess. Alternately they are mentioned as Gaia and Uranus, the Earth and the Sky. Asteria's sister Leto gave birth to the goddess Artemis, with whom Hekate was sometimes conflated. She was also associated by Lucius Apuleius in his book The Golden Ass with the Egyptian goddess Isis.
The worship of Hekate was most likely imported to Greece from Caria, a land in western Anatolia (or what is modern day Turkey). There she was revered as the Great Goddess. Her most important temple was located at Lagina. She was also the patron of the nearby Macedonian colony of Stratonikeia. Many theophoric names honoring Hekate, such as Hecataeus, originated in this area.
Long after the end of the Classical age, Hekate remained in European folklore as an old and sometimes terrifying hag figure. She retained her position as pyschopomp, accompanying ghosts and spirits of the night. In the Shakespearean play Macbeth she appears briefly as the spiritual cohort of the Three Witches.
This asteroid was the hundredth to be discovered. The Greek word for hundred, hekaton, shows linguistic similarities to this deity's name.
The influence of this asteroid may emphasize the themes relevant to this goddess You may become involved in medicine, pharmacy, midwifery, or the care of young children. Helping people find their way at the end of life is a favored occupation. There may also be a tendency to serve as a guide or pathfinder. Roads, crossings, doors and gates both physical and metaphorical may play a crucial role in life. Many diverse aspects of life may be experienced.

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