THE constellations north of the zodiac have their respective influences, analogous to those of the planets, existing in the mode described in the following list.
Ursa Minor. The bright stars in this constellation are like Saturn, and in some degree like Venus.
Ursa Major is like Mars, but the nebula under the tail resembles the Moon and Venus in its influence.
Draco. The bright stars operate like Saturn and Mars.
Cepheus is like Saturn and Jupiter.
Bootes is like Mercury and Saturn; but the bright and ruddy star, called Arcturus, is like Mars and Jupiter.
Corona Borealis is like Venus and Mercury.
Hercules (or the Kneeler) is like Mercury.
Lyra is like Venus and Mercury.
Cygnus is like Venus and Mercury.
Cassiopeia is like Saturn and Venus.
Perseus is like Jupiter and Saturn: but the nebula, in the hilt of the sword, is like Mars and Mercury.
Auriga. The bright stars are like Mars and Mercury.
Serpentarius is like Saturn, and moderately like Venus.
Serpens is like Saturn and Mars.
Sagitta is like Saturn, and moderately like Venus.
Aquila is like Mars and Jupiter.
Delphinus is like Saturn and Mars.
Equus (or Pegasus). The bright stars are like Mars and Mercury.
Andromeda is like Venus.
Delta (or the Triangle) is like Mercury.