Capricorn Decan 2 is ruled by Mars in the Chaldean system and Venus (Taurus Triplicity ruler). The sun patrols the archer, harp, octane, peacock and eagle constellations from January 1st to 10th. This is undoubtedly the most authoritative dean of Capricorn. The heat of Mars makes it strong in command and extremely competitive. These subjects have to show their achievements in material form and will show their strengths in a rather ostentatious way (Venus).
Capricorn Decan 2 does things great, but chances are they have megalomania too. The centaur here is aiming really high, as is the status-seeking tropical ibex. The artists and musicians among them have a weakness for finely crafted furniture and want instruments of the highest quality to play with.
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The processing is of the utmost importance, because Capricorn Decan 2 cannot withstand cheap plastic waste. If they can’t afford the solid oak dining table they really want, all they’re going to do is browse inferior items. This is because they believe it won’t be long before they can afford the high-spec version.
Capricorn Decan 2 believes they were made for bigger things so the “junk” is not treated with respect. This also applies to people … The dean’s worst offenders can be very bigoted and even refer to the lower classes as plebs or, worst of all, “savages”. Capricorn Decan 2 are missionaries and believe that it is their duty to civilize the “rougher” people.
The tarot card associated with this dean is the Three of Pentacles. This map shows the architect and craftsman. It’s about learning practical skills and putting long-term commitment into building something that will last. Churches are both useful and permanent and holy. You are in this incarnation Finally being rewarded for all the efforts you have made for so many years (lifetimes). Others are ready to assist you and offer assistance now if in the past you have struggled alone with your ideas and plans for the future. “ ~ Teachmetarot.
These people can be elitists, but the material gain that comes with this dean is usually well earned and deserved. The evolved native does not become complacent, nor does he expect to be given rewards on a plate. Everything is worked hard and material gains are valued and reinvested for future generations.