Cupido - The first symbolic planet used in Uranian astrology.
Cusp, cusp line -The line that separates the house and indicates the beginning of a house.
Cupido The first symbolic planet used in Uranian astrology. See also Uranian astrology.
cusp, cusp line The line that separates the house and indicates the beginning of a house. See also house cusp.
Cupido in 2nd or 8th house in composite chart:
This relationship is focused on building trust and security on the physical attraction and chemistry that you have together.
Vesta, the load point of the Feminine Kite on Chiron is conjunct Cupido of unions and 'marriage', while several Fixed T-squares are formed on the Mars - Moon conjunction from Chiron - Admetos in opposition to Vesta - Cupido, and Pallas - Uranus.
Uranian Astrology The astrological study of eight hypothetical (never observed) planets postulated by Alfred Witte and Friedrich Sieggrun"Cupido, hades, Zeus, Kronos, Appolion, Admetos, Vulcanus,Poseidon. Also called Transneptunian planets.
In addition to traditional astrological elements, it includes as symbolic indicators eight hypothetical planets: Cupido, Hades, Zeus, Kronos, Apollon, Admetos, Vulkanus and Poseidon.
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In addition to the traditional sensitive points (Sun, Moon, Planets, Ascendant, Moon's Nodes), this system also uses the Transneptunian Planets, midpoints, and a 90 degree wheel. The Transneptunian Planets are; Cupido, Hades, Zeus, Kronos, Appollon, ...
The 20th-century German school of astrology known as Uranian astrology also claimed that many undiscovered planets existed beyond the orbit of Neptune, giving them names such as Cupido, Hades, Zeus, Kronos, Apollon, Admetos, Vulcanus, and Poseidon, ...
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