Taurus Sabian Symbols
Taurus Sabian Symbols
1 A clear mountain stream.
Calmness and innocene of intentions as an attitude towards life.
2 An electrical storm.
A Uranian awakening.
3 Steps up to a lawn blooming with clover.
The emergence of a dream.
4 The rainbow's pot of gold.
Heart abundance that leads to material abundance.
5 A widow at an open grave.
Out of death comes a new beginning.
6 A bridge being built across a gorge.
Finding ways. Bridging gaps.
7 A woman of Samaria.
A new journey.
8 A sleigh without snow.
The wheel of change. Even if there is no opportunity now, there will be one in the future.
9 A Christmas tree decorated.
A full-on celebration of a full-on victory.
10 A Red Cross nurse.
Sharing with others.
11 A woman sprinkling flowers.
Nurturing things pays off.
12 Window Shoppers.
Beautiful images spark desire which sparks self-improvement.
13 A man handling baggage.
Having comes with challenges in the same in which power comes with responsibility.
14 Shellfish groping and children playing
Approaching life the way children do. Trying to find the light swtich in the darkness.
15 A man muffled up with a rakish silk hat.
Protecting yourself from the world around.
16 An old man attempting vainly to reveal the Mysteries.
Educating others for the sake of it.
17 A battle between the swords and the torches.
The battle between mind and passion. Rational vs instinctual.
18 A woman holding a bag out of a window.
The things we should let go of.
19 A newly formed continent.
A newly formed belief, opinion, idea to hold on to. New basis for your actions/life.
20 Wind, clouds and haste.
Cosmic signals, signs and pointers.
21 A finger pointing in an open book.
Search and guidance. Attempts to awaken. Finding a teacher.
22 White dove over troubled waters.
Hope above. Rising above the trouble. A connection with the Divine helps Earthly troubles.
23 A jewellery shop.
Mixing immaterial intelligence with material objects leads to new creations that can bring benefits.
24 A mounted Indian with scalp locks.
Maintaining connection with spiritual tradition. Belonging. Traditions.
25 A large well-kept public park.
Successful cooperation for the benefit of all. Beauty in harmony.
26 A Spaniard serenading his senorita.
Living beautifully and romantically. Such behavior.
27 An old native woman selling beads.
As we age, we become signifiers of a group. Deep within, we come from the same place and we end up in the same place.
28 A woman pursued by mature romance.
A new beginning at any stage of life. It is never too late. Rejecting cliches.
29 Two cobblers working at a table.
The emotional and spiritual benefits of having a partner in crime.
30 A peacock parading on an ancient lawn.
Pride in achievement.