Aries Sabian Symbols
Aries Sabian Symbols
1 A woman rises out of the water, a seal rises and embraces her.
This first degree of the zodiac represents the impulse to be, to become, to separate oneself from the collective unconsciousness, to emerge from the soup of humanity (the ocean). A potentiality turns into a reality.
2 A comedian entertaining a group.
Us and the other(s). A realisation that we are formed vis-a-vis the other. We become the common denominator of the people we surround ourselves with. The feedback we receive from others serves as a guidance in moulding our behavior/personality.
3 A cameo profile of a man, in the outline of his country
A sense of belonging to a larger community, to a larger ecosystem within which we have a role to play.
4 Two lovers strolling through a secluded walk.
Learning to balance dualities, within ourselves and externally, is essential to existence.
5 A triangle with wings.
Awareness of the Divine. The realisation that the Universe has a meaning and a language. A desire for transcendence.
6 A square brightly lighted on one side.
The emergence of a desire to live one's life with a purpose. Awareness of the dangers of a meaningless life.
7 A man successfully expressing himself in two realms at once.
Navigating the dual reality. Juggling seemingly unaccomodatable phenomena.
8 A large hat with streamers flying, facing east.
The first step in getting to know the Divine.
9 A crystal gazer.
Trying to awaken to the wisdom of the collective subconscious.
10 A man teaching new forms for old symbols.
Developing the ability to read signs. Everything new is well-forgotten old. Being able to discern which "new" comes from which "old".
11 The president of the country
Establishing control over yourself and your environment through self-discipline.
12 A flock of wild geese.
Freedom of inhibition goes a log way towards success.
13 An unsuccessful bomb explosion.
An unsuccessful attempt to break free from social conventions.
14 A serpent coiling near a man and a woman.
Developing sacred relationships. Understanding the value of soulful conections.
15 An Indian weaving a blanket.
Our habits, routines and the self-discipline to perform the rituals build our lives brick by brick.
16 Brownies dancing in the setting sun.
Drinking energy from Mother Nature. Plug youself into the Cosmos to recharge.
17 Two prim spinsters.
The source of worldly power is inner power. Solitude strengthens our sense of self.
18 An empty hammock.
Respect for cosmic rhythms. In the day, sleep. In the night, rest.
19 The magic carpet.
The flight of spirit towards happiness.
20 A young girl feeding birds in winter.
Child-like purity in motifs and actions.
21 A pugilist entering the ring.
Getting ready for a fight. Every victory is temporary in a dualistic world.
22 The gate to the garden of desire.
It all begins with a dream. One glimpse of what we want to be(come) and achieve.
23 A woman in pastel colours carrying a heavy and valuable but veiled load.
Blessings in disguise. The essence of everything is veiled.
24 An open window and a net curtain blowing into a cornucopia.
Abundance that comes from being open to life' possibilities.
25 A double promise.
You never know. Light and darkness are tow sides of the same coin.
26 A man possessed of more gifts than he can hold.
Beware of overindulgence. Know when to stop. Self-control and self-measure.
27 A lost opportunity is regained in the imagination.
A mistake is an opportunity to learn. The only failure is never trying.
28 A large disappointed audience.
Miscommunication. Hastly made promises lead to disappointments. Hopes and realities misalign.
29 A celestial choir singing.
The synchronicity of the Universe. Learn to "hear" the signs.
30 A duck pond and its brood.
A leader and his followers make a community. With power comes responsibility.