On the astrology of Hobbitland. Astrology, Archetypes and Places: On the astrogeographical position of the Hobbiton village from the “Lord of the Rings” at Matamata, New Zealand. Virgo as the sign of Hobbits and Dwarfs. Astrology,
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Astrogeographic position of the Hobbiton village for morphogenetic field level 3 which describes the atmosphere and energetical topics of the whole area of the Hobbit city: almost naturally it is located in self-protective earth sign Virgo the sign of reason, health, medicine, gardening, parks, ecology, protection of plants and nature, optimal use and saving of ressources, ecological building and the knowledge and science of agriculture. Virgo`s relationship with dwarfs has long been understood in astrology. This also reflected in the correspondence of Virgo with mining. Longer and elve-like ears are known to be related to a Virgo influence in birth charts. The ears and the small body-size also is what relates hobbits to dwarfs and their resonance with Virgo.
In my experience from astrogeographical field study Virgo appears as a factor for remote and protected places where nature has been left untouched and preserved from civilization. Virgo reconnects with the pure and untouched or virgin-like state. It was no surprise to me when I found that the Greenpeace headquarters in Amsterdam is located in Virgo as the organization has one aim: protection of nature. Preserved and untouched places is where the spiritual entities of plants and of natural places hide. They have been given form and name as mythical creatures like dwarfs, elves, trolls, devils and goblins.
The 2nd coordinate is located in emotional water sign Cancer the sign of the moon, motherhood, uterus, emotional self-centeredness and individualization, concentration on the inside, feeling at home, emotional identification with the homeland and a major resonator for caves and the closed- up, protected dwellings introduced as hobbit homes in the Lord of the Rings films.
It can be assumed that the harmonious correspondence between the astrological archetypes as reflected by the astrogeographical positions of the site of Hobbiton village with the topics of the atmosphere of the Shire as described by J.R.R. Tolkien really supported the persuasiveness of the presented images and hobbit home atmosphere.