Pallas Athena, the warrior queen

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  Pallas Athena, the warrior queen

Pallas, the second asteroid discovered after Ceres, was found in the Main Asteroid Belt by Heinrich Wilhelm Matthäus Olbers on March 28, 1802.

It has a diameter of 538 kilometers and an orbital period of 4.61 years. The inclination of the orbit is 43 degrees with respect to the ecliptic. At its brightest, Pallas is magnitude 6, barely visible to the naked eye in dark skies. Its surface is dark and probably similar in composition to carbonaceous meteorites.

mythological background

Also known as the Virgin Goddess of Wisdom, Pallas Athena was so highly ranked among the Greeks that only Jupiter/Zeus surpassed her. The reason for this is that it was Jupiter who “gave birth to” her, at least according to the Homeric legend which states that she emerged from her father’s head as a grown warrior queen, clad in armor and crying victoire. Only for someone like Jupiter would such a woman be considered “daddy’s girl”.

However, the origin of Pallas predates the Greeks, dating back to Libya around 6,000 years ago. His legends claim that he was born on the shores of Lake Triton, in the vicinity of which several tribes of African Amazons live. After her birth, three Libyan nymphs raised her as the goddess Neith. When the Libyans arrived in Crete around 4000 BC. AD, they took it with them and passed on the legend.

The Greeks eventually embellished the story, claiming that Pallas’ mother was Metis, the sea goddess of the Titans who helped Jupiter/Zeus defeat his father, Cronus, giving him the ancient equivalent of Ipecac so he could expel his swallowed children. .

Of course, Zeus, who considered it his divine duty to mate with any woman, especially those who showed him kindness, pursued her until he managed to impregnate her. .

Soon after, however, Gaea and Ouranos warned Mr. Muffin of the Stallions that Metis’s son would become king of gods and men. This, of course, was not good news, as it would displace Jupiter/Zeus from his divine position. So he did what any Greek god would do and consumed her whole.

For some reason, probably from extreme indigestion, Jupiter/Zeus developed a blinding headache. Since he was a bit drama-prone, someone slit his head open with a double-edged ax and poof! Pallas Athena was born. No wonder it’s his favorite?

There are many stories and tales related to Pallas Athena, including her name, which was originally simply Athena. One day, she was fighting with her adopted sister, Pallas, daughter of a local sea god and more than likely a cousin, when Papa Jupiter distracted her, causing her to accidentally kill her sister. As part of her grief, she put her name before hers.

She was considered the protector of cities, a prophetess and invincible in battle. Mythologically, he aided Hercules in his labors, helped Odysseus on his journey from Troy, and helped Perseus get rid of Medusa.

He also gave Athens the olive tree, surpassing the gift of Poseidon’s horse. To appease him, the gods deprived Athenian women of their citizenship, their vote, and the right to give their children their surname. So, from that moment, women began to lose their rights and Athena was blamed for this.

This was reinforced in the judgment of Orestes, which boiled down to who was the true parent of a child, the mother or the father. Since Pallas Athena was born male, she testified that the most important thing was the male parent. Apollo, who defended Orestes, also claimed that the mother only provided a place for the seed implanted by the male to grow.

Nevertheless, Pallas Athena was highly revered. Men could relate to her because it was clear that she identified closely with them, although her feminine compassion and wisdom had definitely filtered through.

She was a great tactician and strategist and although she was always described as a beautiful woman, the softer side of her feminine nature was not apparent. She was seen as his intellectual equal, though dressed in feminine insight, understanding, and logical problem solving, as opposed to the masculine penchant for drawing swords or eating anything that stood in her way. .

A Pallas Athena he is credited with inventing the flute, the trumpet, the potter’s wheel and clay pots, the plough, the rake and the yoke of oxen, to name a few.

She was considered the goddess of arts and crafts and of all artisans, including blacksmithing. Cooking, manual labor, spinning and weaving were also part of their skill, as was healing. Reseña Hentai: Princess Knight Catue | Anime en Español

He was obviously very talented, which gave him a mastery of creativity. She was also politically active and had no problem taking command. However, she repeatedly betrayed her gender by siding with the male side instead of defending her own.

Mythological astrological implications

Pallas Athena possessed all of the positive feminine traits, but none of the negative or ultra-feminine traits, i.e. bad temper, revenge or the classic seductive qualities that make men mere putty in the hands of women. ‘a woman. Although in some ways, from a male point of view, she was the perfect woman, however, she was more of an older sister type; a gentle, vulnerable, subordinate woman that most men wanted as a companion.

She had the potential to be his best friend or mate, but lacking the typical feminine tricks, she didn’t captivate the male of the species either. She was as smart as them, maybe smarter, and she wasn’t playing the gender game by trying to impress anyone with her sexuality. It was what it was, so he wasn’t apologizing or trying to impress anyone.

The ideal partner who demands nothing from men. He had the intelligence, wisdom, and talent to be completely self-sufficient, but he also didn’t inspire the protective, dominating, or sexual inclinations of the average man. Rather, she was a “companion” who did not compete with her conquests, but neither inspired her protection, as she was fully capable of taking care of herself.

This is really the dilemma of many women in the world today. They can earn as much or more money than any man and support themselves, but their desire for an equal partner is often thwarted as men turn to women who need their protection. .

Pala women are the strong, professional women of today who can take care of themselves. However, they often feel alone in not having the male-female relationships they desire.

As the patron saint of arts and crafts, Athena helps men and women find creative fulfillment in areas other than relationships. Depending on the sign and the house in which it is placed, it brings the strength of feminine wisdom as well as the various talents noted above.

For example, Indira Ghandi he had Pallas in Scorpio, his 3rd House, indicating the passion of thought in an inherently feminine way.

Trine Pluto in the 11th House showed harmonious and transformative influences on the masses, with a square to Neptune in the 12th bringing a spirituality and idealism that conflicted with many of her more practical thoughts.

Sextile Mars in her 1st House of personality reveals the dynamism and example she has shown. Quincunx to Jupiter in your 10th House of career and reputation shows the adjustments required of you as a public figure.

hillary clinton you have Pallas in Aquarius, your Natal 9th ​​House of social interactions. You are in trine with Uranus in your 12th house of Gemini, showing you a logical path to achieve your dreams of change. It also squares Jupiter in your 6th House of Labor, implying a conflict regarding your exaggerated beliefs about work in the social realm.

Hillary Clinton 26 10 1947 20:02 Chicago. The most accepted source, since others indicate 2:18 and 8:02. Whoever conducted the study used Pallas’ position to further justify 8:02 p.m. as the time of birth.

Pallas Athena is truly a figure that modern women in large numbers can relate to. They live in a man’s world and the admiration doesn’t always come from the features they like to flaunt the most.

Suppressing your femininity to curry favor is exactly how it’s done in today’s world. Pallas Athena not only reflects the dilemma of the modern professional woman.

She invented it.

It is very interesting to check where in the birth chart we have Pallas Athena to study its implications.

PS With the interpretation texts of Pallas Athena that we added to Astroworld, we want to pay tribute to such an exceptional figure.

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