Fixed Star Regulus

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Regulus at 29°50′ Leo has an orb of 2°30′
Fixed Star Regulus

Leo Constellation [Stellarium]

The Sun joins Regulus on August 22

Fixed star Regulus, Alpha Leonis, is a 1.4 magnitude blue-white star in Leo Constellation. Regulus is actually a quadruple star system composed of four stars that are organized into two pairs.

The traditional name Regulus is Latin for ‘prince‘ or ‘little king‘. In Arabic it is قلب الأسد (Qalb al-Asad, ‘the heart of the lion‘), the same as the Latin Cor Leōnis and Greek Kardia Leontos.

In Chinese it is 轩辕十四, the Fourteenth Star of Xuanyuan, the Yellow Emperor. In Babylonian it was Sharru, ‘the King‘ and LUGAL, ‘the star that stands in the breast of the Lion: the King.’

In Persian it was Miyan, ‘the Centre‘ and Venant, one of the four ‘royal stars’ of the Persian monarchy, where in 3,000 BC, as the Watcher of the North, it marked the summer solstice.

Symbolically the Crushing Foot, Regulus is associated with the healing Archangel Raphael, one of the four Archangel stars, characterized as the Four Horsemen of Apocalypse (Revelations 6) and Chariot Horses in the Book of Zechariah (The White went North).

Regulus was one of the fifteen Behenian Fixed Stars, associated with granite, mugwort, celandine, mastic and the kabbalistic symbol Agrippa1531 corLeonis.png. Its image is a lion, cat, or an honorable person seated in a chair. It makes the wearer temperate, gives favor and appeases wrath.


27 ♌ 34
27 ♌ 54
29 ♌ 50
00 ♍ 29
07 ♍ 27

Fixed Star

Al Jabhah



Fixed Star RegulusAstrology

Fixed star Regulus is of the nature of Mars and Jupiter (great pride, grandly liberal, commanding, cosmopolitan views.) It gives violence, destructiveness, military honor of short duration, with ultimate failure, imprisonment, violent death, success, high and lofty ideals and strength of spirit, and makes its natives magnanimous, grandly liberal, generous, ambitious, fond of power, desirous of command, high-spirited and independent. [1]

It may convey royal properties, noble mind, frankness, courage. The importance of this star is accentuated by its nearness to the ecliptic. Its effect is in the best sense that of Jupiter and Mars. When Mars or Saturn are in conjunction with Regulus, especially exciting events are always recorded e.g. assassinations, coup d’états, revolutions, revolts, demonstrations, overthrow of heads of state and similar events. [2]

Regulus is one of the most fortunate stars in the heavens. It portends glory, riches, and power to all who are born under its influence. Proclus (412-485) called Regulus the “Royal Star”, and asserted that those born under it have a royal-like nativity. In judicial astrology, however, the dimming of the star presaged evil times. A Ninevite tablet, according to R.A. Allen, states: “If the star of the great lion is gloomy the heart of the people will not rejoice.” [4]

Regulus star rules two inches below the top of the kidneys in the human body. [3]

Regulus marks the beginning of the 8th nakshatra (Hindu lunar mansion), Magha (the bountiful): A severe asterism belonging to the Shudra caste and favorable for acts of disgrace, destruction, deceit, imprisonment, beating, burning and poison when containing the Moon. Those born on the lunar day will be wealthy, fond of hills, merchants, valiant, and women haters. With Moon here at birth native will be wealthy, religious, contented, well served, and fond of life. Rules grain boxes and the lips and upper mouth.

It also marks the beginning of the 8th manzil (Arabic lunar mansion), Al Jabhah (the Forehead): Strengthens buildings, promotes love, benevolence, and help against enemies. With Moon transiting here: sow, plant, release prisoners but take no purgatives. [1]

Leo Constellation

In mundane astrology Leo Constellation is associated with royal events especially the ascension or death of kings and queens, the election or death of heads of state, assassinations, uprisings and massacres, currency and the stock exchange, the Vatican and European Union.

10th Arabic Manzil – Al-Jabhah

Strengthens buildings, promotes love, benevolence, and help against enemies.

With Moon: Sow, plant, release prisoners but take no purgatives.

25th Chinese Xiù – 星 (Xīng) Star

Governs highway robbery, bridges, fords, piracy, kidnapping, textile dying, clothing and pigments. Favorable for real estate transactions and constructions of all types. But unfavorable for funerals and weddings. There are deaths and separations for those who bury on this day. The wife of a marriage performed on this day may fall into the hands of a ravisher.

Regulus, Alpha Leonis

Regulus, Alpha Leonis []

Fixed Star Regulus Conjunctions

Ascendant conjunct Regulus: Military honor and preferment. Great honor and wealth, but violence and trouble, sickness, fevers, acute disease, benefits seldom last, favor of the great, victory over enemies and scandal.

The 145th Consideration of Guido Bonnets is as follows: -” That thou see in Diurnal Nativities whether Cor Leonis be in the Ascendant, that is to say, in the Oriental Line or above it one degree or below it three degrees; or whether it be in the tenth in like degrees, without the Conjunction or Aspect of any of the Fortunes, for this alone signifies that the Native shall be a person of great note and power, too much exalted, and attain to high preferment and honors, although descended from the meanest parents. And, if any of the Fortunes behold that place also, his glory shall be the more increased; but, if the Nativity be nocturnal, his fortune will be somewhat meaner, but not much; but if the Infortunes cast their aspects there it will still be more mean; but if the Fortunes behold it also they will augment the good promised a fourth part, and mitigate the evil as much; yet still, whatever of all this happens, it signifies that the Native shall die an unhappy death; or at least that all his honors, greatness and power shall at last suffer an eclipse and set in a cloud. [1]

On the Ascendant, it will give a courageous and frank character, especially if in conjunction with the Sun, Moon, Jupiter or Mercury. [2]

Heidi Klum 0°01′, Lucy Hale 0°06′, Bernard Arnault 0°10′, Harold Holt 0°10′, Drake 0°12′, Heinrich von Kleist 0°12′, Paul Gauguin 0°18′, Anne Murray 0°22′, Camille Gottlieb 0°22′, Takako Shimazu 0°36′, Donald Trump 0°53′, Taliban 0°54′, Kenny Chesney 1°04′, Jacques Hadamard 1°17′, Édouard Manet 1°24′, Honoré de Balzac 1°36′, John Fox 1°51′, George H. W. Bush 2°09′, Karl Ernst Krafft 2°10′, Martin Scorsese 2°20′, Guillaume Apollinaire 2°22′, Natalie Cole 2°30′.

Midheaven conjunct Regulus: Military honor and preferment. Honor, preferment, good fortune, high office under Government, military success. If with Sun, Moon or Jupiter, great honor and ample fortune. [1]

Positioned on the MC, Regulus will raise the native to high positions in life, positions far exceeding the environment the native was born into. On the MC it is not only a good omen for a military career, but also for careers connected with the public, such as lawyers, civil servants, bankers and the clergy, especially if Regulus is also in conjunction with the Sun or Moon or with a benefic stellar body. According to tradition, Regulus conjunct MC will bring with it connections with rulers, honorable people or famous people. An old saying goes that Regulus in the 10th house ‘makes astrologers to kings. [2]

Clint Eastwood 0°53′ (and Neptune), Jim Carrey 2°14′, Liam Payne 2°16′.

Descendant conjunct Regulus: Audrey Hepburn 0°13′, William S. Burroughs 1°18′, Don King 2°03′.

Part of Fortune conjunct Regulus: Liza Minnelli 0°06′, Steven Spielberg 1°18′

Sun conjunct Regulus: Power, authority, great influence over friends, honor and riches, but violence, trouble and ultimate disgrace and ruin, sickness, fevers, benefits seldom last. [1]

Cindy Williams 0°02′, Wilt Chamberlain 0°06′, Barbara Eden 0°24′ Liam Payne 0°37′, Antonio Salieri 0°41′, Jacques Leroy de Saint-Arnaud 0°42′, Ray Bradbury 0°46′ River Phoenix 0°48′, Princess Margaret 0°49′, H. P. Lovecraft 0°50′, Archie M. Griffin 0°54′, Cornelia Stuyvesant Vanderbilt 0°58′ Kenny Rogers 0°59′, William IV of England 1°39′, Ukraine 1°16′, Gene Kelly 1°21′ Alicia Witt 1°23′, Brody Jenner 1°26′, James Degorski 1°31′, Dorothy Parker 1°49′, Don King 1°52′, Coco Chanel 1°55′, Leonardo Conti 1°56′.

Moon conjunct Regulus: Occult interests, powerful friends, danger from enemies and false friends, gain by speculation, public prominence, great power, honor, wealth, benefits seldom last, violence, trouble and sickness. Makes women high spirited and independent.

If at the same time the Sun is with the Dragon’s Head in Gemini, or Jupiter is in the 10th house in trine to Mars and the Sun is with the Dragon’s Head, great preferment even from the lowest sphere to high rank. [1]

Angelica Raven 0°03′, Margaret Thatcher 0°09′, Joyce Wieland 0°14′, Nagasaki Atomic Blast 0°18′, Ian Thorpe 0°19′, Enrique Peña Nieto 0°22′, Kurt Tucholsky 0°43′, Benjamin Disraeli 0°47′, Angela Rippon 0°49′, Martha Raye 1°02′, Willy Brandt 1°06′, Winston Churchill 1°31′, Star Wars 1°32′, Noel Tyl 1°34′, 2016 Dallas Police Massacre 1°40′, Venus Williams 1°53′, Dolly Parton 1°53′, Dawn Fraser 1°58′, Xiao Qian 2°05′, K. D. Lang 2°30′, Richard Branson 2°28′, L. Ron Hubbard 2°30′, Klaus Barbie 2°30′.

Mercury conjunct Regulus: Honorable, just, popular, generosity abused by opponents, fame, gain through high position. [1] Gene Kelly 0°40′, Archie M. Griffin 0°49′.

Venus conjunct Regulus: Many disappointments, unexpected happenings, violent attachments, trouble through love affairs. [1] Jack Wrangler 1°33′, Ukraine 1°35′.

Mars conjunct Regulus: Honor, fame, strong character public prominence, high military command. [1]

0°30′ orb: This is one who takes command and gives orders. These persons work well in the military and can achieve high goals and honors here. The commanding personality extends even to their love life, since everyone is merely a stepping stone for their pleasures and ego. [3]

Henry Ford 0°00′, Antonio Salieri 1°37′, David Cameron 1°51′, Donald Trump 2°18′, Princess Diana of Wales 2°21′, Ariana Grande 2°25′.

Sun conjunct Mars conjunct Regulus (0°30′ orb): This does create quite a problem. These natives are like pompous kings strutting around and showing their importance. They are always in a position of authority, and they demand total recognition for their achievements and abilities. They like to catch others off guard and show off their superiority. They do not know what the word “humble” means. Their drive and needs are extreme and overpowering. They strive to go to the very top in the military. These individuals are simply out of touch with everything except for the acknowledgment of their authority. The Sun and Mars in conjunction here does affect the health. These persons have too much energy pumping through the heart, and later on in life when they no longer have the vitality to feed this, the heart loses some of its elasticity and strength at which time a critical point is reached. Only a few make it past sixty years of age. They could increase their lifespan if they learn to be humble, but they would have to start early in life. [3]

Jupiter conjunct Regulus: Fame, high preferment, especially of a military nature, success in the Church. [1]

If the cosmogram as a whole points to this possibility, Jupiter conjunct Regulus is one of the best configurations for success. People like this can reach high positions, positions of trust, preferment and favors; fortunes. Riches and power could fall to these natives easily. [2]

Ray Bradbury 0°20′ Bill Gates 1°26′.

Saturn conjunct Regulus: Just, friends among clergy, success in Church or law, scholarly, wealth, gain through speculation, companies and friends, high position, proud of home and family, good health, heart trouble at end of life. If angular and especially if rising or culminating, public honor and credit. If Mars be with the Pleiades, violent death in a tumult. [1]

Uranus conjunct Regulus: Energetic, ambitious, successful, may be unjust or dishonorable, self-aggrandizement, high official position, panders to aristocracy, associated with religion for business purposes, gain through speculation and companies, favorable for marriage, sorrow through death of daughter and disappointment through a son; friends become enemies at end of life, may retire and live in seclusion, violent death through accident or assassination. [1]

These persons strive to be leaders and almost make it to the top of their objective. They like to be in government positions in order to control masses of people. Support comes their way on the road to success, but just when they begin to feel the glory of success, someone causes their downfall. Something always happens so that they lose the confidence of their superiors, or the public will lose confidence in the individual. This happens abruptly and with surprise, and of course, affects the ego tremendously. [3]

Jim Carrey 0°28′, Johnny Depp 2°15′.

Neptune conjunct Regulus: Prominent leader, lawgiver, diplomatic, strong character, control over others, influential friends, few if any enemies, domestic harmony, natural death in old age. [1]

Anne Frank 0°02′, Audrey Hepburn 0°14′, Andy Warhol 0°29′, Mirka Mora 1°48, Clint Eastwood 2°02′ (and Midheaven).

Pluto conjunct Regulus: Makes activists in relation to human rights and suspicion about what big government and corporations are hiding, interest in conspiracy theories. Bill Gates 0°52′, Sid Vicious 1°18′, Nancy Spungen 1°38′.

If with a malefic and the Moon with Antares, Praesepe or the Pleiades: blindness or injuries to the eyes. [1]

North Node conjunct Regulus: Boy George 0°05′, Princess Diana of Wales 1°06′, Martin Scorsese 1°27′, Barack Obama 1°57′, Camille Grimaldi 2°16′.

South Node conjunct Regulus: Roman Polanski 0°18′, Harvey Weinstein 1°05′, Lucy Hale 1°28′.


  1. Fixed Stars and Constellations in Astrology, Vivian E. Robson, 1923, p.195, 235.
  2. Fixed Stars and Their Interpretation, Elsbeth Ebertin, 1928, p.51.
  3. The Fixed Star Health and Behavior Imbalance, Ted George and Barbara Parker, 1985, p.67.
  4. Fixed Stars and Judicial Astrology, George Noonan, 1990, p.43.
  • All fixed star positions are for the year 2000. Add one degree per 72 years to correct for precession.

107 thoughts on “Fixed Star Regulus

  1. would 29 degrees vertex in leo be vertex conjuct regulus? also, is that a good thing?

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