The pure, the righteous, the virtuous one is the one thou should thrive to reflect. The harvest is great when thou put the work into the land. And if thou take the proper steps, the harvest will be great. Virgo is the symbol of these things in myth.
The Virgo constellation is made of many galaxies and consist of many stars. The galaxies included in The Virgo Constellation are Messier 87, Messier 84, Messier 86, Sombrero Galaxy, Messier 49, Eyes Galaxies, Messier 58, Messier 90, Messier 89, Messier 60, Messier 59, Messier 61, Messier 100, Messier 91, NGC 4526, NGC 4461, NGC 4458, NGC 4216, NGC 4527, NGC 4639, NGC 4536, M60-UCD1, NGC 4654, NGC 4550, NGC 4647, IC 3258, NGC 4206, NGC 4302, NGC 4261, NGC 4402, NGC 4564, NGC 4478, NGC 4476, NGC 4517, NGC 4528, NGC 4528, Abell 1835 IR1916, NGC 4380, NGC 4535, NGC 4479, NGC 4697, NGC 4753, NGC 4762, NGC 4429 & NGC 4699. The stars that make the Virgo Constellation are Epsilon Virginis, Beta Virginis, Eta Virginis, Zeta Virginis, Delta Virginis, Iota Virginis, 61 Virginis, Mu Virginis, 70 Virginis, Chi Virginis, PSR B1257+12, Lambda Virginis, Nu Virginis, Phi Virginis, 109 Virginis, Ross 128, K2-19, 1 Serpentis, 16 Virginis, Wolf 424, 78 Virginis, 74 Virginis, Kappa Virginis, WASP-24, Wolf 489, WD 1145+017, WASP-37,PG 1159-035, HAT-P-26, HAT-P-27, WASP-16, 59 Virginis, 76 Vir, Omicron Virginis, WASP-39, SDSS J1229+1122,Theta Virginis, 69 Virginis, Upsilon Virginis, 68 Vir, Tau Virginis, Pi Virginis, Sigma Virginis, 110 Virginis, Spica A, HD 125612, ULAS J1335533 45+113005.2, Psi Virginis, Rho Virginis, g Virginis & 38 Vir.
The Classical World regarded The Virgo Constellation as their goddess Demeter. Demeter is the goddess of Wheat and Agriculture in The Traditional Classical World Religion. Though in later Classical times, perhaps around Alexander The Great's rule or earlier, Virgo was known as Erigone, The daughter of Icarius of Athens. In Babylonia, Virgo was called The Furrow who represented the goddess Shala. In both these cultures and nations The Star Spica is seen as the ear of the grain. In Medieval Times, Virgo was associated with The Blessed Virgin Mary. The symbol for Virgo is ♍︎
The Virgo symbolizes Purity, Righteousness and Virtue. One can all aspire to be these things in life for it can bring great joy to have the discipline to encompass these attributes. For it takes discipline and effort to be virtuous. Through Virtue one is truly free in life.
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