Pallas Athena 5: What The Asteroid Means For You

Wednesday November 14th 2018

This is the 5th and final part of this lecture on Pallas Athena. See the previous four parts on the website or on YouTube. Enjoy!

Part 4

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Part 1

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  1. Iris says:

    Thanks so much for this wonderful series Christina.
    Fascinated by what you said at the end about Dionysus being the opposite of Pallas, which opens up another rich vein of thought. Oxford Classical dictionary’s entry is captivating: he “is the twice-born son of *Zeus and *Semele. His birth alone sets him apart. Snatched prematurely from the womb of his dying mother and carried to term by his father, he was born from the paternal thigh.”
    Head and thigh; strategic visionary and the boundary-crossing wildness. Much to think about. Imagine if these qualities were conjunct! Do you use the asteroid Dionysus to show these opposite qualities in a chart?
    Thanks again, really inspiring stuff.

    • Iris says:

      On the villain subject, looked up chart of cult leader Jim Jones. Pretty interesting asteroid placements. A Neptune/Pallas conjunction in 8h Virgo. Pluto/Jupiter and, oh look, Dionysus conjunct in 7h Cancer, opp a Vesta/Saturn conj in 1h.

    • Iris says:

      I’m also curious about neurological diseases; what part a Pallas placement might play in that, if anything.

  2. Rob van Steensel says:

    Just watched this Polish little girl Ania Wieleńska who is in a TV show called the Brain in Polen.
    She knows any classical piece of music which is being played for her in the midst of all these serious grown ups. Seems like a little Pallas to me.