Poseidon



Asteroid 4341, Poseidon, an Apollo asteroid, was discovered May 29, 1987 by Carolyn S. Shoemaker at Palomar Observatory near Pauma Valley, California. It has a period of 2 years, 177 days.

It was named for the Greek god of the sea, Poseidon, known as Neptune by the Romans.

A sculpture of Poseidon in the port of Copenhagen.


Asteroid Poseidon's influence is said to be similar to the Uranian planet Poseidon's influence, which according to Martha Lang-Wescott is: uplifting people/ideas; psychic vibrations; persuasion; intellectual or spiritual influences; ideological or moral stances; spread of ideas; advertising; interest in business practices/ethics; inspiration; religion; mediums; clarity; enlightenment; receptivity to The Force; reactions to the media; windows, mirrors, refraction of light.

The glyph for Poseidon is mine.



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