Alderamin Star – The King

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Alderamin at 12°46′ Aries has an orb of 1°50′
Fixed Star Alderamin

Constellation Cepheus [Stellarium]

The Sun joins Alderamin on April 2

Fixed star Alderamin, Alpha Cephei, is a 2.5 magnitude blue star in the right shoulder of the King, Cepheus Constellation. The traditional name Alderamin comes from the Arabic الذراع اليمين al-dhirā‘ al-yamīn, which means “the right arm” (of the King). In Chinese, Alpha Cephei is known as 天鈎五 (Tiān Gōu wu, the Fifth Star of the Celestial Hook.)

Fixed star Alderamin is located near the precessional path traced across the celestial sphere by the Earth’s north pole. It will be the pole star in 7500 AD.

Degree*

02 ♈ 35
09 ♈ 09
12 ♈ 46
14 ♈ 18
21 ♈ 57

Orb

2°10′
2°00′
1°50′
2°10′
1°30′

Alderamin Star Astrology

Constellation Cepheus gives authority and a sober mind, sometimes making its natives judges or arbitrators, but exposes to cruel and severe trials. If Mars afflicts the luminaries from Cepheus, especially if in an angle, it causes death by hanging, decapitation, crucifixion or impalement. [1]

In classical times Cepheus was said to presage earthquakes and other events that affect large portions of mankind .[2]

The ancient astronomers were Cepheans who made Cepheus the father of their royal family of stars. [3]

Alpha Cephei Fixed Star Alderamin

Alderamin Star, Alpha Cephei [Wikipedia]

Alderamin Star Conjunctions

Ascendant conjunct Alderamin: When rising, fixed star Alderamin indicates austere natives – those who always assume the countenance of upright characters, and are feared for their severity. If the Ascendant is aspected by either Venus or Mercury while Alderamin is rising the indications are for a career in the theater as a writer of dramas or as an actor. Alderamin was rising in the charts of both Cato the Elder (234-149 BC), Roman statesman, and Tullian (Tullianus Symmachus Valerius), Roman consul, 280-330 AD.[2]

Midheaven conjunct Alderamin: Meghan, Duchess of Sussex 0°43′

References

  1. Fixed Stars and Constellations in Astrology, Vivian E. Robson, 1923, p.37.
  2. Fixed Stars and Judicial Astrology, George Noonan, 1990, p.12.
  3. Stars, Stones and Scholars, Andis Kaulins, 2003, p.19-20, p.57.

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

4 thoughts on “Alderamin Star – The King

  1. You kill two birds with one stone here Jamie, plus the stone is wrapped in a message for the lucky soul that finds it:

    1. The Suns transit of the Vernal Equinox (anunciation) , followed a week later by a transit of Alderamin. Would this make him one of the Magi Kings’ at Epiphany?

    2. Next look at Jamie Bamber’s birthday and place this actors birthtime at the ascendant.

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