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Aletheia, asteroid 259 (the 259th asteroid to be discovered, on June 28, 1886), is approximately 103 kilometers in diameter and has an orbital period of 5.6 years. It is named after the Greek word for “truth” or “sincerity.” When prominent in a natal chart, Aletheia shows a sincere person. Its location by sign and house indicates where one is most sincere or experiences sincerity. When afflicted, Aletheia may signify insincerity or confrontations with unpleasant truths.


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The Ancient Greeks had a concept called Aletheia meaning "unconcealed" or "openness." Truth was seen a form of ontological disclosure.
Os artigos foram publicados em 24 periodicos cientificos diferentes, sendo que aqueles que possuiam maior numero de artigos sobre o tema foram Paideia (Ribeirao Preto), Aletheia, Estudos e Pesquisas em Psicologia e Psico (Porto Alegre) com, respectivamente, 4, 4, 3 e 3 artigos publicados.