Sunday, January 30, 2011

☆♥*♥☆ 114 Kassandra ☆♥*♥☆

by Lorraine Valente

Ajax and Cassandra by
 Solomon Joseph Solomon, 1886.
 In Greek mythology Kassandra (Cassandra) was the daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy. She was blessed with the gift of vision and prophecy by Apollo, yet after shunning him was doomed to never be believed. She "envisioned " impending dangers through prophetic "visions" and "predictions" that others were either incapable to seeing or simply in denial of their validity.  Hence, Cassandra warned others of impending doom, the destruction of Troy, yet no one believed her.  In fact, everyone discounted Cassandra's reality. After the fall of Troy she was taken by the Greek warrior Agamemnon, but murdered by his jealous wife Klytaimnestra.  In some texts, Cassandra possessed the ability to communicate with animals.

According to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, (2009), "114 Kassandra was discovered by Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters on July 23, 1871, named after Cassandra.  Kassandra is a Minor planet; a large and dark main-belt asteroid. It belongs to the rare class T. It was discovered by C. H. F. Peters on July 23, 1871, and is named after Cassandra, the prophetess in the tales of the Trojan War. The asteroid is featured in the 2009 film Meteor: Path to Destruction, in which it is split in two by a comet, and set on a collision course with Earth." 

Click here for more: Asteroid 114 Kassandra

Where is Kassandra in your chart?  She's currently transiting 29 degrees Capricornconjunct☌ Warrior Goddess Pallas Athene.

Keywords: Mystic,Vision, Entanglement, Seer, Prophetic, Psychic, Intuitive, Warnings, Reality, Future, Animal Communication, Predictions.

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Thank you, and have a wonderful day!

Lorraine Valente

Guttman. A. &  Johnson, K. (1996). Mythic Astrology.
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, (2009).

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