Ceres, the UK and life at the crossroads

There is more to the little world Ceres than meets the eye, both astronomically and astrologically considered. Ceres was long considered to be the largest asteroid in the main asteroid belt, between Mars and Jupiter. But now evidence is emerging that little Ceres may not be an asteroid at all, and also that her origins may have lain farther out in the solar system than her current home – much farther out. And as it turns out, Ceres has more in common with Pluto than simply her mythology. The ancients knew more about the worlds that orbit our sun than they let on. Continue reading “Ceres, the UK and life at the crossroads”