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Home; About; Research. Asteroid Astrology Salacia profile | register | preferences | faq: UBBFriend: Email This Page to Someone! Menu. Posts: 72891 From: Pluto/house next to NickiG Registered: Sep 2010: posted May 26, 2015 08:08 AM Anyone work with it? 120347 Salacia, provisional designation 2004 SB 60, is a trans-Neptunian object in the Kuiper belt, approximately 850 kilometers in diameter. The Black Hole Book; Cat O’Nine Tales; Contact; Tag … Doing this deepens and enriches your understanding of, say, Pluto. Asteroid astrology - current headlines, celebrity and event charts, mythic asteroids, personal named asteroids (PNAs) and more. As of 2018, it is located about 44.8 astronomical units from the Sun, and reaches apparent magnitude 20.7 at opposition . -----Want to Read Simple, Fun,Sexy Articles on Astrology? Salacia is part of the circle deities call the Nereids, who were sea nymphs, said to be the personification of the waves.

Alex's Asteroid Astrology. National; International; Trump; Page 6; Books. Check Me Out, … next newest topic | next oldest topic: Author: Topic: Salacia: Ami Anne Moderator . Initially Salacia wished to preserve her virginity and remain unmarried, but Neptune’s courtship was determined, and eventually she accepted him as her husband. Mythic Named Asteroids (MNAs)—Intro & List .
Finally, you’re using the whole family and not just selected gods, goddesses or archetypes. Salacia 120347 Salacia was a sea nymph, known as goddess of salt water, who became the wife of the Roman god the sea, Neptune. Thanks! Using the complete family tree of Roman/Latin named asteroids, dwarf planets and other heavenly bodies, like Neptune’s wife Salacia (a trans-Neptunian) helps you create a more consistent, whole astrology. There are three Nereids, all sisters but Salacia stood apart from her sisters in one respect: She was the leader of the chorus. To many asteroids from the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter the name was given randomly (even if the astrologers more fond with the Astrology-Magic-Spiritualism approach are finding some synchronicity in the naming: a mental setting that others should carefully avoid, as it is misleading and aprioristic in the base of the research).