Fixed stars in Capricorn
32. Constellation – Sagittarius, the archer
Sagittarius, the archer, is a constellation that represents a centaur, similar with Centaurus, the second constellation of this type. In the case of Sagittarius it represents a war-like centaurus, which is said to be placed in the heaven by Chiron to guide the Argonauts in their expedition to Colchis.
– fight, strength;
Stars of Sagittarius
The most important stars from Sagittarius, in the order of magnitude are: Rukbat, Arkab, Al Nasl (Nushaba), Kaus Meridionalis, Kaus Australis, Ascella, Kaus Borealis and Facies.
Rukbat is the brightest star from Capricorn, located in the feet of the centaur.
Projected Ecliptical Degrees: 150 Capricorn 56′
Range of degrees with which can be in parans: from Sagittarius to Aquarius
Planetary nature: Jupiter/Saturn
Official name: Alpha Sagittarius
– steadiness, consistency;
– long term goals.
Facies is a nebula from Capricorn, located in the head of the centaur.
Projected Ecliptical Degrees: 80 Capricorn 26′
Range of degrees with which can be in parans: Capricorn
Planetary nature: Sun/Mars
Official name: M22 Sagittarius
– blindness, violence, ruthless;
– focused action, combative energies;
– sickness, accidents.
33. Constellation – Lyra, the harp
Lyra, the harp, it represents the musical instrument given by Apollo to Orpheus. Initially lyra was invented by the infant god Mercury from a tortoise shell and offered as a gift to Apollo.
– art, music;
Stars of Lyra
The most important stars from Lyra, in the order of magnitude are: Wega (Vega), Sheliak and Jugum.
Wega (Vega) is the brightest star from Lyra and one of the brightest star on the sky.
Projected Ecliptical Degrees: 150 Capricorn 29′
Range of degrees with which can be in parans: from Libra to Pisces
Planetary nature: Venus/Mercury
Official name: Alpha Lyra
– artistic talent, music;
– fame, success;
– grave, sober, outwardly pretentious people.