Qualities and Traits: Quiet, passive, diplomatic, co-operation, Comforting and soothing. Intuitive, compromising, patient.
Interpretation: Patient and frugal. Easy-going, soft, indulgent and not physically strong.
As a number two represents bad (in the modern context), 2 is naturally the opposite of 1, which was seen as God and goodness - however NO number by itself is bad and this should be taken in context. The symbolic interpretation can be seen with the use of two (pairs) or pillars used to signify an entry way to a temple (or holy veil). Note that the Pentagram (with 1 point upward) turned upside down (and two points upward) can be used to signify this difference between one (goodness) and two (bad). This symbol for two can then be seen in it's symbolic interpretation as the two horns (on a devil's head).
Character traits: Good at comforting others, inclined to take up fads. Co-operative and good-natured, symphathetic and understanding, helpful and good at keeping a secret. Gets along well with others but may be shy and timid. Likes detail and settled routine somewhat as long as others are around and may be worried by newness and sudden changes.
Negative tendencies: Unambitious, lacks self-confidence, insecure and restless.
Qualities and Traits: The feminine principle, the soul, mother, fecundity, adaptation, wife, the family, nation. Emotions, moods, feelings, fertility, fluctuations, receptivity.
The Moon is the only natural satellite of the Earth and is the closest planetary (it's not really a planet, but it's influences are strongly felt) object to us. The moon is without water and the only light it receives is reflected from the Sun. The light which repeats itself in phases every 28 days is caused by the Moons orbit around Earth. Because it is always near us, it represents are 'shadow self', our changeable moods and feelings. The relationship between the Moon and the Sun are especially important in Natal charts. Together these two objects represent the anima:conscious (sun) and animus:subconscious (moon) parts of our self according to Carl Jung.
Positive tendencies: Nurturing, receptive, instinctual, domestic, sensitive.
Negative tendencies: Changeable, insecure, moody, sensitive.
Inspired, sensitive, evasive.
Qualities and Traits: Sensitive and emotional, a home and family builder.
Very sensitive, emotional, they tend to shut themselves away from reality. Basically kind and caring, they may become self-centered without noticing it. They desire total security and a home life that is like a castle (excluding the outside world). They hold grudges for a long time and may take offence easily.
Positive tendencies: Emotional, caring, sensitive, imaginative, intuitive.
Negative tendencies: Isolated and alone, worried frequently, dwelling in the past, vacillating.