Astrology Dictionary T Page 1

Astrological Definitions and their Meaning: Tables, Talisman, Tarot, Taurus, Temperament, Tenth House, Terms
 
Tables
For centuries Tables of planetary movement have been painstakingly prepared for astrological purposes. Much of this information is derived from Astronomical tables containing timed planet and star positions and lunar phases. These almanac tables provide calculations that cover several years in advance. A Table of Dignities or a Table of Houses also supplies valuable data for any horoscope mathematics. The degrees of cusps can also be consulted within tables of data so they are extremely useful to Astrologers. Modern computer generated Astrology readings have removed the need to inspect these essential figure guidelines by hand.
 
Talisman
A Talisman is an object designed by ancient philosophers for assistance in the transmission of astral forces. They were made to be used to help capture cosmic power for protection and luck, for healing rituals and to deter evil spirits. Talisman's are often worn as a piece of jewelry in the form of gems and metals. The zodiac signs all have individual astrological talisman recommendations. For example Aries is associated with Diamond and Iron, Sagittarius with Topaz and Tin and Aquarius with Garnet and Lead. There are many other substances connected with star signs and planets believed to transmit special powers in Astrology predictions.
 
Tarot
Tarot cards are a centuries old divination method that can have impressive predictive powers and help with personal development. There are 78 symbolic cards decorated with imagery and they have easily interpreted meanings. Tarot has 22 Major and 56 Minor Arcana cards, each with a message, and they can be utilized to connect to a person's past, present or future. The most well know deck today is the Rider-Waite Tarot and this is a popular choice with beginners to this mystical divinatory technique. The cards can be laid out in a number of different ways to forecast events and can be especially useful in answering specific questions.
 
Taurus
Taurus is the 2nd sign of the zodiac representing people born between April the 21st and May the 21st. It is symbolized by the Bull and has the astrological keywords 'I have'. The personality of a Taurus is typically patient, persistent and loving but they can also be possessive, inflexible and lazy. The sign of Taurus is ruled by the planet Venus and regarded as an Earth element. This is a fixed sign emphasizing their determination and stubbornness. Taurean's have love compatibility with the other earthy signs Virgo and Capricorn and sometimes the water signs Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces.
 
Temperament
Temperament is an astrological interpretation of the 4 humors introduced by the ancient Greek philosopher Hippocrates. The word Temperament is from the Latin temperamentum meaning 'mixture' and it focuses on four qualities that define main personality types. A 'melancholic' person is considered 'cold and dry' while a 'sanguine' individual will be 'hot and wet'. Phlegmatics are believed to be 'cold and wet' and 'cholerics' are regarded as 'hot and dry'. These descriptions of temperament are thought to have formed the basics of characteristic probability forecasted by Astrology and some other esoteric practices.
 
Tenth House
The Tenth House in a person's birth chart is found at the highest point and thought to reflect the way they present themselves to the world. It focuses on sociability, ambition and achievement as well as public image and status in life. The Tenth House is angular and is ruled by the zodiac sign Capricorn and the planet Saturn. This is the house to consult to find out someone's most satisfying career choices and possible academic or practical accomplishments. It can also contain information about important parental or other significant positive and negative influences that may make a difference to the person.
 
Terms
When natal charts are analyzed by Horary Astrology techniques they are usually interpreted using the tradition order of planet potencies. These are Sign, Exaltation, Triplicity, Terms and Faces. Terms, the fourth consideration in analysis, are regarded as a one of 5 segments within a sign, each separate and ruled by a different planet. There are 3 versions, the Egyptian, Chaldean and Ptolemaic. They are also known and referred to as Bounds and are a form of essential dignity that can provide added insight to the meanings and significance of planetary influences. The 5 astrological planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter have terms but the Sun and the Moon do not.
 
 
Next astrological definitions of Astrology Dictionary for letter T:
Tertiary Progression, Testimony, Tetrabiblios, Tetragon, Thema Mundi, Theosophical Society, Third House