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The Sun is a star of more than 100 billion stars in our galaxy. It is the Sun which is by far the largest object in our solar system. It contains more than 99.8 percent of the total mass of the Solar System. Therefore the Sun is the giver of life, warmth and light and it represents from a psychological view our center of the concious mind. It represents our will to live and our creative life force. Each civilization has its own story of why the sun
seems to rise in the East and set in the West while changing the length of the days. In ancient times, the sun was very important, but not only for light and warmth, but for the heritage it gave them. Stories of the Sun abound through the ages. However, they are only a few aspects of many many tales about celestial objects in myth and legend.

Greek deity:


Greek god of the sun. He is, as well as Selene, the son of Hyperion and Theia.

German deity:


Balder is a god associated with light and beauty. He is the son of Odin and Frigg.

Egyptian deity:


God of the sun and the father of all gods.

Yoruba Orisha:


God of the heavens and lord of the light as well as the creator of the universe


Distance from the earth:

92,957,130 miles (149,600,000 km

Time of circulation:

365,25 Tage

Period of rotation:

27,00 Tage

Equatorial radius:

432,474 miles (696,000 km)

Note (circulation):

Cis - 277,18 Hz

Note (rotation):

Ais - 466,16 Hz









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Tarot de Marseilles:


Images and symbols:

A crowned king, riding on a lion. He is holding a scepter in his right hand and the Queen accompanies him. Both wear gold dresses. A rooster and an eagle protect them.


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