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    CHRISTIAN BORUP ASTROLOGY.DK > EPHEMERIS > VULCAN > 1800-2099
    Here is a free online vulcan ephermeris for early 20th century to 2099, a small planet proposed to exist between the earth and sun, perhaps a burned out moon of mercury, but scientificly immeasurable, there is an anomoly in merc's orbit

    In ancient Roman religion and Hellenic neopaganism, Vulcan is the god of beneficial and hindering fire,[1] including the fire of volcanoes. He is also called Mulciber ("smelter") in Roman mythology and Sethlans in Etruscan mythology. He was worshipped at an annual festival on August 23 known as the Volcanalia.

    Vulcan was identified with the Greek god of fire and smithery, Hephaestus.

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    1 Worship
    2 Mythology
    3 Reception
    4 References
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    [edit] Worship
    Vulcan's oldest shrine in Rome, called the "Volcanal", was situated at the foot of the Capitoline in the Forum Romanum, and was reputed to date to the archaic period of the kings of Rome,[2][3] and to have been established on the site by Titus Tatius,[4] the Sabine co-king, with a traditional date in the eighth century BC. It was the view of the Etruscan haruspices that a temple of Vulcan should be located outside the city,[5] and the Volcanal may originally have been on or outside the city limits before they expanded to include the Capitoline Hill.[1] The Volcanalia sacrifice was offered here to Vulcan, on August 23.[2] Vulcan also had a temple on the Campus Martius, which was in existence by 214 BC.[1][6]

    The Romans identified Vulcan with the Greek smith-god Hephaestus, and he became associated like his Greek counterpart with the constructive use of fire in metalworking. A fragment of a Greek pot showing Hephaestus found at the Volcanal has been dated to the 6th century BC, suggesting that the two gods were already associated at this date.[3] However, Vulcan had a stronger association than Hephaestus with fire's destructive capacity, and a major concern of his worshippers was to encourage the god to avert harmful fires. His festival, the Vulcanalia, was celebrated on August 23 each year, when the summer heat placed crops and granaries most at risk of burning.[1][7] During the festival bonfires were created in honour of the god, into which live fish or small animals were thrown as a sacrifice, to be consumed in the place of humans.[8] Vulcan was among the gods placated after the Great Fire of Rome in AD 64.[9] In response to the same fire, Domitian (emperor 81–96) established a new altar to Vulcan on the Quirinal Hill. At the same time a red bull-calf and red boar were added to the sacrifices made on the Vulcanalia, at least in that region of the city.[10]

    Vulcanalia
    Observed by Ancient Romans
    Type Pagan, Historical
    Date August 23
    Celebrations Bonfires in honour of Vulcan
    Observances Sacrifice of fish
    In addition to the Volcanalia on August 23, the date May 23, which was the second of the two annual Tubilustria or ceremonies for the purification of trumpets, was sacred to Vulcan.[7][11]


    Andrea Mantegna: Parnas, Vulcan, god of fire
    [edit] Mythology
    Through his identification with the Hephaestus of Greek mythology, he came to be considered as the manufacturer of art, arms, iron, jewellery and armor for various gods and heroes, including the thunderbolts of Jupiter. He was the son of Jupiter and Juno, and husband of Maia and Venus. His smithy was believed to be situated underneath Mount Etna in Sicily.

    As the son of Jupiter, the king of the gods, and Juno, the queen of the gods, Vulcan should have been quite handsome, but, baby Vulcan was small and ugly with a red, bawling face. Juno was so horrified that she hurled the tiny baby off the top of Mount Olympus.

    Vulcan fell down for a day and a night, landing in the sea. Unfortunately, one of his legs broke as he hit the water, and never developed properly. From the surface, Vulcan sunk like a pebble to the cool blue depths where the sea-nymph, Thetis, found him and took him to her underwater grotto, and raised him as her own son.

    Vulcan had a happy childhood with dolphins as his playmates and pearls as his toys. Late in his childhood, he found the remains of a fisherman's fire on the beach and became fascinated with an unextinguished coal, still red-hot and glowing.

    Vulcan carefully shut this precious coal in a clamshell and took it back to his underwater grotto and made a fire with it. On the first day after, Vulcan stared at this fire for hours on end. On the second day, he discovered that when he made the fire hotter with bellows, certain stones sweated iron, silver or gold. On the third day he beat the cooled metal into shapes: bracelets, chains, swords and shields. Vulcan made pearl-handled knives and spoons for his foster mother, he made a silver chariot for himself, and bridles so that seahorses could transport him quickly. He even made slave-girls of gold to wait on him and do his bidding.

    Later, Thetis left her underwater grotto to attend a dinner party on Mount Olympus wearing a beautiful necklace of silver and sapphires, which Vulcan had made for her. Juno admired the necklace and asked as to where she could get one. Thetis became flustered causing Juno to become suspicious and, at last, the queen god discovered the truth: the baby she had once rejected had grown into a talented blacksmith.


    The Forge of Vulcan by Diego Velázquez, (1630). This painting was produced during the renaissance, at a time when the god was no longer being worshipped.Juno was furious and demanded that Vulcan return home, a demand that he refused. However he did send Juno a beautifully constructed chair made of silver and gold, inlaid with mother-of-pearl. Juno was delighted with this gift but, as soon as she sat in it her weight triggered hidden springs and metal bands sprung forth to hold her fast. The more she shrieked and struggled the more firmly the mechanical throne gripped her; the chair was a cleverly designed trap.

    For three days Juno sat fuming, still trapped in Vulcan's chair, she couldn't sleep, she couldn't stretch, she couldn't eat. It was Jupiter who finally saved the day, he promised that if Vulcan released Juno he would give him a wife, Venus the goddess of love and beauty. Vulcan agreed and married Venus. He later built a smithy under Mount Etna on the island of Sicily. It was said that whenever Venus is unfaithful, Vulcan grows angry and beats the red-hot metal with such a force that sparks and smoke rise up from the top of the mountain, to create a volcanic eruption.

    According to Virgil, Vulcan was the father of Caeculus.[12]

    To punish mankind for stealing the secrets of fire, Jupiter ordered the other gods to make a poisoned gift for man. Vulcan's contribution to the beautiful and foolish Pandora was to mould her from clay and to give her form. He also made the thrones for the other gods on Mount Olympus.


    [edit] Reception
    A statue of Vulcan located in Birmingham, Alabama is the largest cast iron statue in the world.[13]


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    I have seen a thousand thousand civilizations rise and fall upon the Mother of All Things. As pipes play, echoing off the mountains and across the Ocean, until it fades at the edge of time, the end of All... - book of the gate called pan

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    There is also a spidery fissure on mercury, which may be related to arachne, the spider goddess and weaver of fate. Arachne is a hidden sign in the zodiac, and happens during Gemini, a mercury sign. Arachne is an ether sign, like Orphicus, but in some chakra books, which don't tell the whole big picture ,the top three chakras are told as all being ether and this is not the case, orphicus is the closest thing to an ether sign, as it is based not in a highly developed third eye as supposed, but spiritual sense, that classic archetype of saggitarrians being very philosophical, they operate in the soul chakra, but saggitarrius, still a sign rules the solarplexus and is a fire sign. Arachne rules crown, electricity and there are two other ether signs in my postulation, perhaps occuring around until valentines day as the sound element, and sometime in leo as the light element, two undiscovered signs. I always thought august 19th was a native american holy day for some odd reason of my own imagining, but this might be its end. the ether signs usually last about 10 days to two weeks. anyone up for the challenge of figuring them out?
    here is a link to a study of the spidery fissure
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    I have seen a thousand thousand civilizations rise and fall upon the Mother of All Things. As pipes play, echoing off the mountains and across the Ocean, until it fades at the edge of time, the end of All... - book of the gate called pan

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    i know arachne has been postulated to be from the 9th to the 15th, but orphicus has been postulated to be 18 days, nov 30th to dec 17th, my birthday, and saturnalia, a roman holiday and perhaps the edge of saturn's ring of truth. ...and this in a book solely dedicated to the matter and not as a sidenote appendix as arachne was in astrology and the chakras. I will try to send you arachne info...the other two postulates, the light and sound signs, as well as the possibility of holes opening up in the traditional zodiacal constellations to be from other outer constellations, and then those parts of deep space that look like nature photos.
    I have seen a thousand thousand civilizations rise and fall upon the Mother of All Things. As pipes play, echoing off the mountains and across the Ocean, until it fades at the edge of time, the end of All... - book of the gate called pan

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    even the build up and let off days of these signs or any sign are cause for new/old holiday, and the first and last days are really important. my mom might be the sound one, my one grandfather the first day of light, another grandmother in the light, a friend whose mother is my exaltation is one, and he is from around the same time as my mom. my other grandfather was born on the opposite day of the year as me, 2 days after the earth's plan for the year is ready and begins to unfold in arachne. his brother was born on the opposite day as my soulmate, born on the last day of arachne. as soon as you start to figure all this out you can see the overlooked elements of sound light electricity and the soul, all working with the other elements in a more harmonious and intricate system
    I have seen a thousand thousand civilizations rise and fall upon the Mother of All Things. As pipes play, echoing off the mountains and across the Ocean, until it fades at the edge of time, the end of All... - book of the gate called pan

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