Coxa Star – Theta Leo

Coxa is at 13°25′ Virgo with an orb of 1°00′
Fixed Star Coxa Star Astrology

Leo Constellation [Stellarium]

The Sun joins Coxa on September 5

Coxa is a star on the hip of the Lion, constellation Leo.

Degree*

07 ♍ 27
11 ♍ 19
13 ♍ 25
15 ♍ 42
17 ♍ 42

Fixed Star

Thuban
Zosma
Coxa
Mizar
Asterion

Orb

1°00′
2°00′
1°00′
2°10′
1°30′

Coxa Star Astrology

The Venusian star Zosma indicates those who have the ability to prophesy. On the Euphrates the star, along with Coxa, was the god Kua, the Oracle. In medieval times this star was also considered to portend many of the problems connected with the planetary Venus. [1]

References

1. Fixed Stars and Judicial Astrology, George Noonan, 1990, p.32.

* All fixed star positions are for the year 2000. Add one degree per 72 years to correct for precession.

7 thoughts on “Coxa Star – Theta Leo

  1. Interesting. My South Node is on this star and my natal Venus is also in Virgo. It says about problems with Venus. I think, from reading my natal aspects, I had problems with regards to love from my past live/lives. And also, because I’ve continued to have many trials and tribulations with love in this life. Time to investigate my north node star now.

    • Much closer to Zosma which is a stronger star:

      11 ♍ 09 Zosma
      11 ♍ 24 South Node
      13 ♍ 15 Coxa

      • I’ve just read about that star. It doesn’t sound very nice at all. It’s nothing like me. My South Node isn’t 11.24, it’s 12.52. I’m not a selfish person at all, as the star describes. In fact – I’ve taken time out from my business to look after my Mum who has been suffering from ill health. I can’t be that selfish. I’ve got another sister who not working, but she’s not interested in looking after my Mum everyday.

        • Remember we are talking about your nodes, not the Sun, Moon or AC. Do you use true or mean Node?

          • I don’t know which one, as I just put my date of birth in cafe astrology and it just said ‘south node.’

            • Cafe Astrology uses true node and my software is set for mean node. Astro.com also uses true node so I will change over.

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