Recapturing traditional regencies simetry with dwarp planets

Planetary rulerships of houses and points such as the Moon's Nodes, in spite of some issues with Mercury and Venus being rulers of two signs, offer a degree of subtlety and insight in interpretation that ought not to be overlooked.
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Recapturing traditional regencies simetry with dwarp planets

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Hello! Here is a proposal for regencies for the zodiac signs that recaptures the simetry of ancient western Astrology by including the five "new" dwarf planets introduced/recategorized in 2016. These are:
- Ceres
- Pluto
- Haumea
- Makemake
- Eris
Ceres is whithin the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. The remaining four planemos are trans-neptunian objects.

I'll set four categories for the planets, dwarf planets, the Sun and the Moon.
- Sun and Moon
- Terrestial Planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars)
- Gas Giants (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune)
- Dwarf Planets (Ceres, Pluto, Haumea, Makemake, Eris)

In this proposal The Sun and Moon, and the Gas Giants are single regents of the signs the modern western Astrology defines:
- Leo: Sun
- Cancer: Moon
- Sagittarius: Jupiter
- Capricorn: Saturn
- Aquarius: Uranus
- Pisces: Neptune

While the Terrestial Planets Keep their ancient regencies
- Mercury: Gemini and Virgo
- Venus: Taurus and Libra
- Mars: Aries and Scorpio

And here is when dwarf planets are added to the equation:
- Ceres: Taurus and Libra
- Pluto: Scorpio // - Eris: Aries
- Haumea: Gemini // - Makemake: Virgo

By doing this, each Terrestial Planet shares regency with a Dwarf Planet:
-Mercury with Haumea and Makemake
-Venus with Ceres
-Mars with Pluto and Eris

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