The Sky's Fire Points (Sun, Moon, Planets, and Asteroids) The fire points are the Sun (star), Mars (planet), and Jupiter (planet). The Sun governs Leo and the 5th House, Mars governs Aries and the 1st House, and Jupiter governs Sagittarius and the 9th House.
Leo is the sign of the Sun, so this card represents the power of the Sun. It can also represent the ego because the Sun is the most important star in our galaxy and therefore its energy affects all other things greatly. Even though it gives off only half as much heat as Earth, it still produces enough radiation to kill any organism that doesn't have an adequate protective covering. The Sun has the ability to light up even the darkest parts of space which allows us to see distant stars and galaxies. It also causes plants to grow through the use of photosynthesis which provides food for many species on Earth.
Aries is the sign of Mars, so this card represents the power of Mars. It can also represent aggression because Mars is the god of war. Warmer than the Sun, Mars is one of the key ingredients in creating life on Earth because it triggers the evolution of organic molecules that lead to living organisms. Without Mars, there would be no way for us to evolve further because we need this energy to resist other forces such as gravity or chemicals that could destroy us. War brings out the worst in people but also makes possible love that wouldn't exist otherwise.
Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius are the fire signs. The zodiac signs are divided into four triplicities based on their element. The Fire Triplicity consists of Aries, Leo, and Sagittarius.
The Sun is a star that gives off most of its energy in the form of radiation. This is because it is hot enough to do so. Energy flows outward from the Sun in all directions. It falls onto Earth as light radiation and heat. The amount of energy received by any given area depends on how far away it is from the Sun. The further you get from the Sun, the less heat it will give off.
Significant flares have been observed from several stars including AD Leo, AR II, BD+30 2457, EV Lac, FY CMa, GL Vir, HR 1099, IRAS 04108+2803, KIC 8462852, LV Vul, MU Cep, RST 927, SDSS J0952+0250, TZ Men, and V821 Tau.
These objects are often called "sunspots" but they are not spots as we know them on our own Sun.
Along with planetary aspects, planetary rulers connect certain planets and houses. Leo and the fifth house are ruled by the Sun. Cancer and the fourth house are ruled by the Moon. Earth and the third house are ruled by Mercury.
The Sun is a luminous star that gives off heat and light to objects around it. It has always been important in understanding celestial navigation as well as time and date tracking during ancient times. The Sun is the source of energy for all life on Earth, but it can also be the cause of destruction if not used properly. The Sun is a major force to be reckoned with on earth and in the sky, which is why astronomers have given it such attention throughout history.
In mythology, the Sun was often associated with gods, especially those related to light and warmth such as Apollo, Helios, and Ra. However, there are also stories of people who were turned into stars because of their involvement with the Sun: Iphicles became a comet after killing his son by accident. Eris, the goddess of discord, caused problems for mankind by putting the Sun in a bad mood. When she did this, she made some planets disappear from view. Luckily, these planets were recovered later by Zeus.