Procyon

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Fixed star Procyon, Alpha Canis Minoris, is a bright white star with a faint yellow tinge in the body of the Lesser Dog, Canis Minor Constellation. The traditional name Procyon comes from the Greek word προκύον (prokyon), which means before the dog, since it precedes the “Dog Star” Sirius as it travels across the sky due to Earth’s rotation.

Procyon Star Astrology

Fixed star Procyon is of the nature of Mercury and Mars. It gives activity, violence, sudden and violent malevolence, sudden preferment by exertion, elevation ending in disaster, danger of dog bites and hydrophobia, and makes its natives petulant, saucy, giddy, weak-natured, timid, unfortunate, proud, easily angered, careless and violent. Two cases are on record of death or injury by dog bite in which Procyon and Sirius are involved.

Procyon is one of the 15 Behenian Fixed Stars. Its image is a cock, or three little maids. It gives the favor of the gods, spirits and men, power against witchcraft, and preserves the health. Rules the stone Achates, flowers of marigold, pennyroyal.Procyon rules just below the left eye in the human body

Procyon is a very fortunate star; known to the Mesopotamians as ‘The Star of the Crossing of the Water – Dog’, as it lies near their River of Heaven, the Milky Way. Procyon foretold wealth and renown, and in all astrology has been much regarded, giving ‘Everlasting of the Right, and Good Effect’. Procyon has a Mars-Mercury nature and therefore makes people hasty, jealous, pig-headed. But it also confers will-power and ability to put thoughts and plans into action. [1]

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