|Part of the Body
Ophiuchus has always been acknowledged as the thirteenth sign of
the zodiac by astronomers and select astrologers throughout time.
The constellation has been attributed to the myth of baby Hercules
killing the snakes sent to kill him by Hera/Juno. Ophiuchus is also
the constellation attributed to Aesculapius the healer, also known
as Imhotep the Egyptian high priest, healer and mystic.
According to mythology, Ophiuchus was trained by Chiron in the
healing and mystical arts. Chiron, the Wounded Healer, is the ruler
of this sign. Juno, the asteroid associated with the Hercules myth
would be in fall in this sign. Ceres, the Earth Mother goddess of
cycles, time, flora and fauna would be placed in exaltation here.
Pluto, the jealous competitor of Aesculapius would be in detriment
in this sign.
As a healer and mystic, Ophiuchus would rule over the lymphatic
and adrenal systems that aid in keeping the body in balance. The
colors of Ophiuchus are associated with healing, transformation
and spectral alignment; gold, purple and turquoise respectively.
The symbol for Ophiuchus used on this site was channeled and
created by Michael. The basis comes from the symbol of the snake
and staff as well as the cartouche of Imhotep. The zig-zag line with
the hook is the snake. The three points of the snake representing
the pyramids of Egypt and the roots of Ophiuchus as Imhotep. The
center line is the staff. The hooked top is the head of the snake
and is the crook found in the hieroglyphics of Imhotep's name.
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