are focal points of psychological energy, and interact with the environment
It represents the mind and the decision-making process of the individual human being,
and the quality and condition of self-awareness.
Its most important function is the direction of energy, through the use of the will.
SATURN corresponds to the body and to physical form and structures. It is the
need for order, protection, security, organisation and the demarcation of boundaries.
Sun, Moon and Saturn are known as the Ego planets. They are shown in red in natal charts drawn up on the Huber style.
MERCURY is associated with intellect, but not reasoning. It denotes the ability to learn and
and is the aesthetic principle seeking perfection and beauty.
It is selective and discriminating, and is associated with the female libido.
MARS signifies driving force, the capacity for transforming energy into power and activity. It is
JUPITER symbolises the senses with which we perceive the world.
It represents sensuous joy, an awareness of values and the capacity
to make fair judgements.
It is an expansive principle, leading us to broaden horizons of perception,
understanding and wisdom.
Mercury, Venus, Mars and Jupiter are known as the Tool Planets
URANUS is creative intelligence, seeking the new and wanting to break through old, outworn
NEPTUNE symbolises universal love, the ability to identify with all creation,
compassion, idealism and the desire to be of help.
It can also be deceptive illusions, when a loss of contact with with reality occurs.
PLUTO symbolises the higher mental self, spiritual will and strong transformational energies.
Its power can bring about destruction followed by a rebuilding or reconstruction using the spiritual will.
Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are known as the Transpersonal Planets
Chart showing all planets. Note the glyph for Pluto can be drawn in two ways, as displayed above, or as in this chart. You'll find it next to the Sun (shown in red), Mercury and Venus.