APOCATASTASIS - Astrological Look in the True Original Ground and the Eternal Order of Things

 

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Planet and zodiac signs colors

 

A comparison of the three original qualities (motion, substance, function) with the RGB and CMYK color models leads to a surprising result.

 


 

      RGB - Additive color space (light mixing)      

- all colors together, gives white.
- no color (no light), gives black.

RGB color space

 

CMY(K) - Subtractive color space (color mixing)

- all colors together, gives black.
- no color, gives white.               

CMYK color space

 



 

The three complementary color pairs

Complementary colors face each other. The mixture of colors lying to the left and right of a color (X) gives the color X. Such as Magenta+Yellow=Red or Magenta+Cyan=Blue.

The RGB and CMY(K) color models form three dualities:
  Red (RGB) - Cyan (CMY)
  Green (RGB) - Magenta (CMY)
  Blue (RGB) - Yellow (CMY)

The three complementary color pairs

 



Complementary colors and Original Dualities

These three complementary colors pairs can be transferred to the three Original Dualities and thus to the planets and zodiac signs.

The most appropriate are the following assignment:
  Movement: Moving/Red versus Moved/Cyan.
  Substance: Soft/Blue versus Hard/Yellow.
  Function: Logos/Green versus Eros/Magenta.

Complementary colors and Original Dualities



Planet colors in CMYK color space

Moved Eros Hard Planets
c + + Yellow = Yellow c
d + Magenta + = Magenta d
e + Magenta + Yellow = Red e
f + + = White f
i Cyan + + = Cyan i
j Cyan + Magenta + Yellow = Black j
k Cyan + Magenta + = Blue k
l Cyan + + Yellow = Green l
b Cyan + 50% + = b
g Cyan + 50% + Yellow = g
h + 50% + Yellow = h
a + 50% + = a


Planet colors in RGB color space

Moving Logos Soft Planets
c Red + Green + = Yellow c
d Red + + Blue = Magenta d
e Red + + = Red e
f Red + Green + Blue = White f
i + Green + Blue = Cyan i
j + + = Black j
k + + Blue = Blue k
l + Green + = Green l
b + 50% + Blue = b
g + 50% + = g
h Red + 50% + = h
a Red + 50% + Blue = a