Pisces Decan 3

Pisces Decan 3 is ruled by Mars. This is the zone of the impossible, for here we have aeronautical fishes! The sun flies through this decan from March 11 – 20. This zone is totally dominated by the visionary, high-flying, mythical horse Pegasus, after that there is a lizard, a swan and a star measurer. We get the feeling that this Piscean water is simmering, about to boil over as it makes its way to the new life born on the spring equinox at 0º Aries.

This zone is bursting with anticipation for the future and impatient because these subjects have been cocooned for so long. Pisces decan 3 can make calamitous mistakes by over-reaching themselves. We start with a summary of this decan in general, followed by specific meanings for the planets and angles that fall between 20º – 30º Pisces.

Daring Visionaries & Star Measurers

These eager foals need to remember that half-baked ideas do not go down well, so must learn to hold back until their plans are fully developed. The latter end of the decan, especially those on the anaretic 29º are natural daredevils and aim high in all things. They are prone to accidents due to their impulsive natures, but very “gung ho” so will back in the saddle as soon as they can. They have the ability to put a positive spin on things, which can come in useful working in glamour industries such as fashion, film and advertising.

In Vedic astrology the 24th nakshatra where this star resides is called “The Former beautiful”, so Pisces decan 3 at least like to preen themselves and keep up appearances if they aren’t making things beautiful in art or design. However much as these natives have a great sense of the aesthetic, they pride themselves as being primarily intellectuals. In fact their busy minds might be the reason they are so accident-prone. Practical things, like simple walking in a straight line might be a problem…

Pisces Decan 3 ~ Fixed Stars

Pisces 20º 26’ ~ Beta Phoenix in the Phoenix 3.3 *
Pisces 21º 22’ ~ Beta Reticulum the Star Measurer 3.8
Pisces 21º 27’ ~ Gamma Pisces in Pisces the Fishes 3.8
Pisces 23º 29’ ~ Markab in the wing of Pegasus the Flying Horse 2.6
Pisces 24º 01’ ~ 1 Lacerta in the reptiles nose 4.2
Pisces 24º 23’ ~ Sadalbari in the chest of Pegasus 3.6
Pisces 25º 43’ ~ Matar in the right knee of Pegasus 3.1
Pisces 28º 17’ ~ Azelfafage in the tail of Cygnus the Swan 4.8
Pisces 29º 22’ ~ Scheat in the left leg of Pegasus 2.6

Sun Pisces 3


Markab 23º “Energetic, unlucky, impermanent martial honors, disappointed ambitions, accidents, sickness.” [1] Scheat 29º “Danger through water and engines, liable to accidents or drowning.” [4]

The Sun is on a rollercoaster in this decan, since it is waving goodbye to the last solar year and about to leap into the springtime with renewed vigor. Sorry for the northern hemisphere bias, but even the fixed stars here describe the drama of this hinge-point of the calendar. Up or down it doesn’t really matter, the point is, this decan is on the tipping point one way or another. It is very appropriate that the discovery of Uranus is here since the planet marks the threshold to the world of the non-visible planets.

From Uranus onwards we deal with alien matter and dimensions we cannot see. Sun Pisces 3 is fascinated with mystery and what lurks beyond the physical. It feels like it must “boldly go” like in the famous Star Trek series. This is quite a unworldly placement for those who have to live a material existence so they may find it hard not to escape into Sci-Fi and hyper-dimensional realities. There is a feeling of breakthrough; the invention of the telephone allows a person from one side of the world to breakthrough dimensions in time to speak to another on the opposite side. There are sharp contrasts in the behavior of these individuals too, for like the rollercoaster they plunge into misery one day but are upbeat and ecstatic the next. The fixed stars warn of the negatives from the subject’s rash and impulsive nature. However I feel that if Pisces decan 3 learns patience and works on bridling their wayward passions they can avoid the dire warnings of any really serious accidents.

SUN PISCES 3 EXAMPLES: Michelangelo, Albert Einstein, Edgar Cayce, L Ron Hubbard, J Z Knight, Manly Palmer Hall, Wyatt Earp, Pat Nixon, Rupert Murdoch, Josef Mengele, Adolf Eichmann, Michael Caine, Eva Longoria, Patrick Duffy, Bruce Willis, Ursula Andress, Holly Hunter, Glenn Close, Kirt Russell, Jerry Lewis, James Taylor, Irene Cara, Liza Minneli, Nina Hagen, John Barrowman, Quincy Jones, Nat King Cole, Pete Doherty, Alexander McQueen, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, Rudolf Nureyev, Vaslav Nijinsky, Jack Kerouac, Spike Lee, David Cronenberg, Pattie Boyd, James Bulger, Peaches Geldof, Discovery of Uranus, Invention of the telephone, Prince Edward of Wessex, Charles/Camila Davison, O’Neal /Fawcett Davison, Depp/Paradis Davison.

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  • October 25, 2015 at 2:33 pm

    Quite interesting.
    I was born at PIS 29 degrees (based strictly on my experience, though, cusp babies really ARE different from those of the two signs they are straddling). Some things described are very true. I could summarise my attitude to life as “Mission impossible: there is no such thing”. And I totally mean it.
    I am rather impulsive and something of a daredevil, definitely. But I am not accident-prone, AT ALL. If anything, I have walked through and out of dangerous situations “miraculously” unscathed (touch wood!). I think it was precisely because of that “nothing can touch ME” mentality – plus I am acutely aware of my own body and of the world around me, no matter how engrossed I my be in other “worlds”.

    Looking at the list of historical examples, though, I am a little confused. Michelangelo was born on March 6th – how does he belong in the third decane?

    Also, besides Mengele and Eichmann there is also Albert Speer (born on March 19, as was Eichmann)- a very interesting character.
    Another interesting – and less sinister – character is William Hurt, the great actor.

    Thank you for your work.
    It certainly is interesting.

  • October 25, 2015 at 2:42 pm

    P.S. Oh – and you forgot to include Daniel Dunglas Home – often called THE “greatest medium that ever lived” (and the only one that achieved levitation in front of reputable witnesses, including highly sceptical minds, who did their best to demonstrate his feats were due to clever trickery. They may have been, for all I know, but nobody ever proved it.)

    He gives me hope – he didn’t drown. :-)


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