Vibilia

Vibilia

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Vibilia, asteroid 144 (the 144th asteroid to be discovered, on June 3, 1875), is approximately 132 kilometers in diameter and has an orbital period of 4.3 years. It is named after the Roman goddess of journeys. When prominent in a natal chart, Vibilia may show someone who is involved in many journeys, either in the sense of travel or in a more figurative way. Vibilia’s position by sign and house indicates how and where one journeys.

Sources:

Kowal, Charles T. Asteroids: Their Nature and Utilization. Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Ellis Horwood Limited, 1988.
Room, Adrian. Dictionary of Astronomical Names. London: Routledge, 1988.
Schwartz, Jacob. Asteroid Name Encyclopedia. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Publications, 1995.
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2004) X X Glutophrissa drusilla (Cramer, 1777) X X X Pieriballia mandela locusta (Felder, 1861) X X Perrybris malenka bogotana (Butler, 1858) X X NYMPHALOIDEA/Heliconiinae Dione juno juno (Cramer, 1779) X X X Dryas iulia iulia (Fabricius, 1775) X X Eueides vibilia vialis Stichel, 1903 X Eueides aliphera aliphera (Godart, 1789) X X X Heliconius erato venus (Staudinger, 1882) X X Heliconius cydno zelinde (Butler, 1869) X X X Heliconius charitonia (L.
0 4 27 11 0 Mysidacea 0 0 0 11 11 Amphipoda 12 49 71 19 22 Vibilia armata 12 41 67 13 11 Acanthoscina 0 4 4 3 7 acanthodes Platyscelus sp.
Druce, 1872 751 Eueides vibilia 1 2 b c d vialis Stichel, 1903 Heliconius charithonia 1 2 a c d vazquezae W.
A new species and new records of the genus Vibilia Milne Edwards, 1830 (Amphipoda: Hyperiidea: Vibiliidae) occurring in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
8-magnitude star near the Libra-Virgo border hidden for up to 15 seconds by 144 Vibilia.
I have set the diameter of 144 Vibilia at 178 km from the two observations described here two years ago.