Moons of other planets in astrology?

October 29, 2020 at 20:30 (UT/GMT)
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Moons of other planets in astrology?
If asteroids, sometimes even little asteroids can hold some weight, even quite a bit (Chiron), why wouldn´t the moons of other planets not hold (more) weight? Some of those moons are quite large! Wouldn´t Phobus, Io, Triton, Titan, Ganymede, Callisto, or Europa, etc. hold more weight than some of these little asteroids out beyond the Kuiper belt?

As far as I can tell, moons like Titan or Io are not spoken about, do correct me if I am wrong. If I am not wrong, any logical reason why they might not be accounted for? I mean, Ganymede and Titan are LARGER than Mercury and Callisto is larger than the earth´s moon. Chiron is smaller than all of the moons I mentioned...

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October 29, 2020 at 21:14
(Virgo) Stylefilter
Planet-moon systems are one individual objects from our geocentric point of view.
They are conjunction/ a pack / a set / a single cumulative force, that exerts its effect as a single object.
October 29, 2020 at 23:41
(Pisces) fishscales
I´ve wondered this myself.

Came to a similar conclusion as stylefinder up above.

Each planet and its moon(s) comprises a single entity with a singular astrological influence here on earth.

No idea if this is factually correct however.
October 30, 2020 at 00:42
(Taurus) IIyyaarr13
I have to take issue with comparing :153: to a Moon; Mercury is the ripped out core of the planet Mars and has a gravity actually "higher" than Mars at deep points.
Since my heliocentric Jupiter is at aught degree of Aries; Jovian Moons are in the last part of Pisces in my heliocentric chart! An ephemeris of the Moons Callisto and Ganymede would do me some good!


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