Capricorn and Sagittarius – St. Peters Basilica in Rome

Capricorn and Sagittarius – St. Peters Basilica in Rome. Astrology, History and Sacred: the astrogeographic position on the Vatican City along with St. Basilica and other important buildings related to the Roman Catholic Church

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Capricorn and Sagittarius – St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome

St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome was constructed between 1506 and 1624 on the site of an older church built around 324 AD. by Constantine the Great above the grave of the Apostle Peter.

Astrogeogrphic position of  St. Peter’s Basilica and its large square (St. Peter’s Square) for morphogenetic field level 3, which shows how the construction site is embedded in the town area:.the site is located in solid, traditionalistic, conservative earth sign Capricorn sign of rocks, control, stability, govenment institutions, impediments, rules and laws, Capricorn stands for the formal traditionalism, durability, strict hierarchies, impediments like celibacy and monk-life and all aspects of a fortress as well as those of the site of a government and administration (vatican government).

The second coordinate lies in dynamic fire sign Sagittarius sign of style, design, fashion, ornamentation and as the sign of round forms for the large dome. And as the sign of shamanism and the institutionalized priest caste Sagittarius is the perfect indicator for the commercial, profit-orientated aspects of catholic religion. especially for preaching and adjusting the conceived religious dogma to whatever the hierarchy chooses to. But Sagittarius is also an important factor not only in its role as the sign of thinking but also as the resonator for initation, philosophy, certain elements of spiritual healing, fire rituals and sacrifice, seeking aims and for mental animation. Among the architectural elements that represent the sign of Sagittarius the round shape of the dome and of the colonnades on St. Peter’s Square are to be mentioned.

The Interior of the Sistine Chapel highlights the higest standard of luxury of decoration one could think of photo: Pierpao, Gnu/FDL

The reflex of the zodiac sign Sagittarius for artistic arrangement and decoration of the building up to the extreme, can be studied extensively in the Vatican Basilica. Another important example for this reflex is Shwedagon Pagoda located in Sagittarius with Libra.

Among the twelve apostles Simon Peter is often associated with the sign of Pisces. This explains his prominent role as the first among the apostles because Pisces is taken as the main resonator for christian religion. The roman name Peter in terms of the new testament means “the rock on which I will build my church”. This brings up the image of Jesus assigning to Peter the position described by the motif of Capricorn the sign of stones meaning a solid and durable basis. In this sense the choice of a place in Capricorn for the central and most important temple of the Catholic Church reflects a hierarchical structure intended to sustain stabilty. In astrogeography Capricorn does also indicate a central fortress or government building while Sagittarius stands for the Priest`s caste and the science of religion in general.

Old St Peter`s Basilica

19th-century drawing of St. Peter’s Basilica as it is thought to have looked around 1450. The Vatican Obelisk is on the left, still standing on the spot where it was erected on the orders of the Emperor Caligula in 37 A.D.

Old St. Peter’s Basilica was the building that stood, from the 4th to 16th centuries, on the spot where the new St. Peter’s Basilica stands today. Construction of this basilica which was erected over the historical site of the Circus of Nero, began during the reign of Emperor Constantine I.

Church of the Primacy of Saint Peter on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. It commemorates, and allegedly marks the spot, of Jesus’ reinstatement of Peter as chief among the Apostles. The small chapel lies in Sagittarius with Gemini

The Church of the Primacy of Saint Peter on the shore of the Sea of Galilee commemorates, and allegedly marks the spot, of Jesus’ reinstatement of Peter as chief among the Apostles. The small chapel lies in Sagittarius with Gemini