Colours: Yellow, grey
Qualities: Logic, clear focus, an enquiring and analytical mind, the ability to communicate clearly, concentrations, versatility, adaptability, quest for truth, commercial and technological acumen, healing powers through channeling higher energies
Rules over: New beginnings, change, health and conventional healing, teaching, travel, house or career moves, knowledge, examinations, the media, science, ideas, ideals and money-spinning
Animals: All bird of prey (especially the eagle and hawk), butterfly, moth, white dove
Archangel: Raphael, the healer archangel and traveler’s guide. He is the angel who offers healing to the planet and to humankind and all creatures on the face of the earth, in the skies and waters, especially effective against technological and chemical pollution and the adverse effects of modern living. He is depicted with a pilgrim’s stick, a wallet and a fish.
Visualize him in the colours of early morning sunlight, with a beautiful green healing ray emanating from his halo.
Crystals: Amethyst, citrine, clear crystal quartz, diamond, lapis lazuli, sapphire, sodalite, sugilite, turquoise
Elemental creatures: Sylphs
Goddesses: All Moon and Sky deities (Moon Goddesses also rule water)
Arianrhod, the Welsh goddess of the full moon, time and destiny, who turns the wheel of the stars.
Diana, Goddess of the Witches, the moon and huntress goddess of the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Her daughter Aradia came to earth to teach her mother’s wisdom (Aradia arguably is an earth, air, fire and water goddess)
Myestse, the Russian mother maiden who was the consort of Dazhbog the sun god and became mother of the stars
Nut, the Ancient Egyptian sky goddess whose body arches over the earth, covered in stars and into whose womb Ra the sun god enters to be reborn each night
Pavati (or Parvati), wife of Shiva, the father god in Hinduism, the beautiful young goddess of the mountains, who is the catalyst and power source without which Shiva would be impotent
Gods: Hermes, the winged Ancient Greek Messenger and healer god who, like Mercury, his Roman counterpart, is also god of medicine, money lenders and thieves
Horus, the Ancient Egyptian sky good, represented as a falcon or a falcon-headed man. His eyes were the sun and moon and his wings could extend across the entire heavens.
Jupiter, the supreme Roman sky god whose Greek counterpart was Zeus, who cast thunderbolts upon the unrighteous
Myesyats, the Slavic moon god, who represented the three states of the life cycle as a youthful, a mature and then an old man
Odin, the Norse god (the Anglo Saxon Woden), as all-father, god of inspiration, wisdom and poetry as well as war
Herbs and incenses: Acacia, agrimony, almond, anise, benzoic, bergmot, borage, caraway, clover, dill, elecampane, eyebright, fennel, fenugreek, lavender, lemongrass, lemon verbena, lily of the valley, linden, marjoram, meadowsweet, mulberry, Nag Champa, palm, papyrus flower, peppermint, sage, star anise
Places: Balconies, cliffs, hills, mountain tops, open plains, planes (looking out of the window at banks of cloud), pyramids, roof gardens, the sky, steeples and spires of churches and cathedrals, tall buildings, towers, open windows, anywhere by moon or starlight
Sacred substance: Incense
Zodiacal signs: Aquarius, Gemini, Libra