Planetary Ruler: Venus
Dieties: Ishtar, Hathor, Kore, Horned God, Belili, Demeter, Astarte, Lakshmi
Nature Spirits: Frost Giants & plant Faeries
Directional Angel: Archangel Raphael
Day of the Week: Friday
Tarot Cards: King of Swords and Justice
Lucky numbers: (1, 14, 20, 26, 32, 38, 44)
Colours: dark blue-green
Meditation colour: green-blue
Stones: Opal, tourmaline, beryl, turquoise
Trees: Yew, cypress, acacia
Flowers: Calendula, marigold, cosmos
Herbs: Pennyroyal, thyme, catnip, uva ursi, angelica, burdock
Scents: Strawberry, apple blossom, cherry
Animals: Stag, jackel, elephant, ram, scorpion
Birds: Heron, crow, robin
These are the "peacemakers" of the Zodiac. The Scales of Justice, (LIBRA), hate to fight, need a sense of balance in their ives, and hate to lose control. Doesn't it seem appropriate that many Lawyers are born under this sign. The courtroom is the only place that arguing is acceptable. LIBRAS hate personal conflict so much that they will put up with and agree with almost anything to avoid a confrontation.
This sign is said to have more good looking people than any other. It is also a sign that rules music. Many musicians and artists are LIBRAS. Some famous examples are John Lennon, John Cougar Mellencamp, and Bruce Springsteen. Other attractive LIBRAS include; Brigitte Bardot, Marie Osmond, Suzanne Sommers, Cheryl Tiegs, Christopher Reeve, Julie Andrews, and Mickey Mantle.
LIBRAS are said to be in love with love. Astrologically, they need to have a relationship on the go, however, they often play a very passive role once a relationship starts. The relationship is important but it shouldn't require too much work. When there is a lot of effort required, they resort to being tactful and diplomatic, and attract partners who will make all of the decisions. LIBRAS have a very hard time being decisive and often are baffled when too many choices are offered, having a very difficult time making up their minds.
Every Astrological sign has dominance over a part of the body. LIBRA rules the kidney and liver. This makes them very susceptible to diseases such as hepatitis and kidney infections.