The History of Ceres
Ceres was discovered in 1801 by an astronomer named Giuseppe Piazzi who worked hard to prove that Ceres was a significant discovery. Ceres is a powerful asteroid that was given the status of ‘dwarf’ planet in 2006. During the course of its known existence, Ceres has been classified as a planet, demoted to an asteroid, and then back to the status of a dwarf planet.
Ceres is the largest of the four asteroid planets that hover between Mars and Jupiter. Asteroids and dwarf planets have only started to be taken seriously in astrology, however continuous research by astrologers has shown they have just as much of an impact on our lives as the planets we’re already familiar with.
Ceres and Pluto now share the status of ‘dwarf planet,’ which highlights the dominant influence it has in your birth chart. Ceres will reveal where your true power lies, when and where you’re most likely to lose power, and where you may find yourself sharing your power with others. Even though dwarf planets are small and seem obscure, don’t be fooled into thinking they’re irrelevant. The subtle influences they have on our lives can suddenly intensify when they find themselves next to already major planet. For this reason, astrologers always look out for the placement of Ceres, especially when they’re seeking clarity about someone’s love life.
Ceres and Astrology
The way in which Ceres fits into astrology can best be understood by looking at the main characteristics of this dwarf planet. Ceres is the most rounded in shape of the four other planets it’s close to, making it very similar to the moon. In astrology, Ceres represents a very feminine influence and is often referred to as ‘the mother’. Ceres can explain a lot about the women in your life, as well as themes related to motherhood. Ceres represents Mother Earth, the goddess of agriculture; her place on your birth chart will help you understand your evolution as you continue to grow through life.
Ceres and Roman Mythology
All asteroids are named after the gods and goddess archetypes of Greek & Roman mythology with Ceres being named after Jupiter’s sister. The other three asteroids that orbit close nearby are Juno (Jupiter’s wife) Pallas Athena (Jupiter’s daughter) and Vesta, who was also a sister of Jupiter.
In Roman mythology, Ceres had to deal with losing her daughter when she married as she was only able to see her during the spring and summer. In astrology, this represents where in your birth chart you may need to accept a seasonal change in your life. As the world changes, the influence of the asteroids and dwarf planets such as Ceres is set to increase. When you concentrate on the traditionally known planets alone, you will miss out on some of the finer details the universe has to share.
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