Fixed Star Enif

Enif at 1°52′ Pisces has an orb of 2°00′

Pegasus Constellation

Pegasus Constellation [Stellarium]

Fixed star Enif, Epsilon Pegasi, is a 2.38 magnitude yellow and blue star on the nose of the Winged Horse, constellation Pegasus. It is the brightest star in the constellation.

The traditional name Enif is derived from the Arabic word for “nose” due to its position as the muzzle of Pegasus. It has also been called “Fom al Feras,” from the Arabic for “The horses’ mouth,” Latinised to “Os Equi.”

Degree*

23 ♒ 24
23 ♒ 33
01 ♓ 52
03 ♓ 46
03 ♓ 53

Orb

1°40′
1°40′
2°00′
1°40′
2°30′

Fixed Star Enif Astrology

Enif gives danger in battle. [2]

Fixed star Enif is of the spectral type K2, like Mars: Violent death, ultimate ruin by folly or pride. If rising, wealth, power, courage, generosity, ingenuity, rise to authority, martial success, subject to cuts, wounds, accidents, sores and injuries to the face, pains in the head and fevers. If culminating, martial eminence, success in trade and occupations of a Mars nature. If afflicting Mercury, deafness.

Constellation Pegasus

Constellation Pegasus gives ambition, vanity, intuition, enthusiasm, caprice and bad judgment. It prevails against disease of horses and preserves horsemen in battle. According to Ptolemy, the bright stars are like Mars and Mercury. [1]

The constellation portends events concerning ships and the ocean and also changes in the weather. In medieval times it was said to indicate vain individuals with a great deal of ambition, but with very poor judgment. [2]

Epsilon Pegasi, Enif

Epsilon Pegasi, Enif [bitacoradegalileo.com]

Fixed Star Enif Conjunctions

Ascendant conjunct Enif: Wealth, power, courage, generosity, ingenuity, rise to authority, martial success, subject to cuts, wounds, accidents, sores and injuries to the face, pains in the head and fevers. (Mars)

Midheaven conjunct Enif: Martial eminence, success in trade and occupations of a Mars nature.

Mary Shelley 1°39′ (and Pluto)

Pluto conjunct Enif: Mary Shelley 0°05′ (and Midheaven)

References
  1. Fixed Stars and constellations in Astrology, Vivian E. Robson, 1923, p.56, 205, 206.
  2. Fixed Stars and Judicial Astrology, George Noonan, 1990, p.22.
  • All fixed star positions are for the year 2000. Add one degree per 72 years to correct for precession.

2 thoughts on “Fixed Star Enif

  1. Why do you think the great Sphinx of Egypt has its nose missing? So we can find it! HERE IT IS! Is humanity ready for my ultimate revelation? I don’t think so. It’s coming!

    • Hi Gian. You are head of your time. Some still think the Earth is flat and was created by God a few thousand years ago. Heretic!

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