Degree: Pisces 18 – 19
A chemist works in a laboratory full of retorts, flasks, and measuring devices. Creative, cautious, and enthusiastic character endowed with strong persuasion powers and good oratory skills. One is entirely dedicated to natural treatments aiming at improving human beings’ health, which arouses respect and admiration from the general public. Success, fame and wealth can be achieved in science, medicine and medicinal plants, chemistry, or scientific research. This degree indicates that a valuable discovery is possible.
Symbol: A young man lying pierced by the thrust of a weapon
A keen, piercing mind, a critical and polemic gift, an inharmonious, aggressive, self-destructive nature; the temperament of a barrister or professional warrior.
A destructive nature does not, necessarily bar practical sense or outbursts of enthusiasm. When these are spent, states of depression or suicidal ideas will crop up, the danger making itself felt especially during youth, as this will be affected by illnesses and many troubles. Ripe age will, on the whole, be less unlucky and, if helped by good aspects, may even be prosperous in spite of the lack of friends and the frequent quarrels and brawls.
Duels and strife will be hard to avoid; they will endanger physical integrity and threaten health and life itself.
One who sees a vision of a peaceful, harmonious world and has the faith and courage to follow the light.
A person with ability and enthusiasm, but often some physical or moral handicap; left extensor digitorum (toe extensor).
Symbol: “FORTUNE OR MISFORTUNE”
A person with ability and enthusiasm, but often some physical or moral handicap.
Symbol: Two daggers crossed.
This indicates a nature given to contention and litigation and there will be a corresponding element of danger in the life and fortunes of such. Incisive, aggressive, and endowed with keen and penetrating intellect, there is here a nature capable of gaining considerable distinction in the use of arms or in the pursuit of the legal profession. But it is to be feared that the nature is too contentious to excite any but the worst passions in others, whilst a paucity of friends and a precarious fortune may be assigned to this radical want of harmony in the nature. It is a degree of WOUNDING.
Symbol: A sick man lying at the base of a large stone cross, a greyhound running in the distance.
Denotes one of great faith which, being added to true knowledge, makes man invincible. The mind inclines to religion and charity and is well endowed. Generally, he is quick to grasp matters and to profit by his wisdom. He suffers some discomfort in life and many disappointments. Ill-health may also trouble him. Still, he has faith, and faith can truly move mountains. It is a symbol of Believing.