Fixed Star Kerb

Salm is at 01°03′ Aries with an orb of 1°00′

Fixed Star Kerb

Constellation Pegasus [Stellarium]

Tau Pegasi is a 4.6 magnitude star in the constellation of Pegasus. The star bore the traditional names Salm, Kerb (or El Khereb) and Markab (often spelled Markeb), a name shared with Alpha Pegasi, k Puppis and Kappa Velorum.

In 2016, Tau Pegasi was officially named Salm, Alpha Pegasi was named Markab, and Kappa Velorum named  Markeb. A Salm is a leathern bucket.

Kerb Astrology

Fixed star Salm is of the nature of Mars and Mercury (high enterprise, combative, destructive.) [1]

Danger of being jilted by a lover. [2]

Constellation Pegasus

Pegasus gives ambition, vanity, intuition, enthusiasm, caprice and bad judgment. Prevails against disease of horses and preserves horsemen in battle. [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]

Kerb Conjunctions

Ascendant conjunct Kerb: Rash, very obstinate, ruined by headstrong and precipitate conduct. [1]

Midheaven conjunct Kerb: Changeable in business. [1]

  1. Fixed Stars and Constellations in Astrology, Vivian E. Robson, 1923, p.56.
  2. Fixed Stars and Judicial Astrology, George Noonan, 1990, p.22.

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