Caput Algol Fixed Star Meaning

Caput Algol Fixed Star Meaning
Caput Algol Fixed Star Meaning

The fixed star Algol (Demon’s Head) is situated in the constellation Perseus, 95 light-years from Earth. A blue-white star with a magnitude of 2.1 var. And sits at 26° Taurus. Caput Algol has a similar influence as the planets of Saturn and Mars.

Fixed Star Caput Algol Meaning

Often called the evil one or demon star, Caput Algol has a reputation as the death star of astrology. Connected to sex crimes, strangulation, hysterical violence and global catastrophes. If there has been a dark demonic happening of grand proportions you can guarantee this fixed star is in there somewhere.

Now despite all its bad press, Caput Algol can be a very fortunate star. By breaking ground, creating miracles making things change that were set in stone. This fixed star is a marker of a time when the universe’s energy is highly charged and emits a spell over the people.

Found in an astrology chart on a full moon. The eclipsing binary star, Algol appears to “wink” as it releases mischievous and destructive energy… seeking release in all manner of violence and brutality. Considered the unluckiest star in the sky, Fixed Star Caput Algol has been associated with death by decapitation.

As referred to in the myth of the hero Perseus and his victory over the snake-haired Gorgon Medusa. However on the bright side, if the energy of Caput Algol is channelled and controlled consciously, then it offers intelligence and strength although with a tendency to deceive.  Practice caution, good judgment, and patience… otherwise, you could just possibly “lose your head”. © Psychic Medium Ian Scott.

Famous people with the fixed star Caput Algol are prominent in their birth charts.

Princess Diana, Al Gore, Aleister Crowley, John Lennon, Josef Stalin, Van Gogh, Salvador Dali, and Albert Einstein. 

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