Uranus

by Alison Price

Uranus

Uranus’ Discovery

Discovered on 13th March 1781  by William Herschel a German-born British astronomer. Note from his diary, “Between 10 and 11 in the evening.”

 


Uranus’ Discovery Chart: Uranus’ Position and Aspects

  • UR 24GE27
  • UR-90-SU
  • UR-72-ME
  • UR-180-MA
  • UR-180-SA
  • UR contra-parallel MA

Its orbit around the Sun is 84 years. The axis tilted 98 degrees to the plane of the ecliptic. Uranus has a ring system.

Uranus is the “God of the Sky.” Uranus was the father of Cronus (Saturn) and the grandfather of Zeus (Jupiter).

Uranus’ Keywords

New Age: Astrology, astrology students, astrology practitioners, astrology groups, and awakening.

Broken: Breaks, breakdowns, breakups, breakouts, and breakthroughs.

Original: Genius, original thoughts, lateral thinking, and concepts.

Oddness: Quirky, unusual, unique and the unexpected.

Hooligan: Rebels, riots, mobs, revolution, resistance, and agitation.

Trends: Fashion, fads, and freaks.

Electricity: Waves, sine waves, radio waves and microwaves

In the body (Body Parts): Circulation, the ankles, and brain synapses.


Uranus in the Signs

Uranus in Taurus