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Zodiac Planets

How do the planets affect you? Every planet orbits the sun at a different speed, going slower and slower the farther they are from the sun. Each one is said to affect a different part of your personality.

The “inner planets”— the sun, moon, Mercury, Mars and Venus—move quickly through the zodiac. As a result, they affect your day-to-day life, moods and habits.

The “outer planets” — Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, Uranus, and Pluto — move slowly, changing signs every one to fifteen years. As a result, they shape the bigger trends in your life. In fact, Neptune, Uranus and Pluto orbit the sun so slowly that they’re said to shape entire generations.

Each planet is associated with a zodiac sign, and that sign will exhibit traits of the planet.


When Ceres, the ancient Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility, finds her place in your birth chart, dear reader, she brings with her a profound connection to the natural cycles of growth and nourishment. This celestial body represents our ability to cultivate a sense of self-worth and security through our material possessions and resources. Ceres in your chart reflects the way you seek comfort and stability in your life, as well as how you relate to the Earth and its abundant offerings.

With Ceres in your 2nd person, you possess an innate understanding of the importance of nurturing and sustaining yourself through the acquisition of material goods and resources. You may find a deep sense of satisfaction and security in creating a stable foundation for yourself, both financially and materially. The Earth's abundance calls to you, and you have a natural talent for recognizing and appreciating the beauty in the physical world around you.

However, it is essential to reflect on the balance between your need for material possessions and your emotional well-being. Are you placing too much importance on acquiring wealth and possessions as a means of feeling secure? Are you neglecting your emotional needs in the pursuit of material comfort? Remember, dear reader, that true security lies not only in the accumulation of physical assets but also in cultivating a sense of inner worth and emotional fulfillment.

Consider how you can nurture yourself holistically, not just through material means but also through emotional connection, self-care, and appreciation for the simple joys in life. By finding a healthy balance between your material needs and your emotional well-being, you can tap into the true potential of Ceres in your 2nd person and experience a deeper sense of security and fulfillment in your life.