Planetary Hours for Sunday1 min read

Planetary hours are are a part of astrology, stemming from the ancient Chaldean order of the planets, in which says that each hour of the day is governed by a specific energy from a specific planet or body, in accordance to astrology! During that hour, the world is under the influence of that planet! For instance, the first hour of daylight on a Sunday is governed by the Sun, its ruling celestial body, and the ninth hour of sunlight on Sunday is governed by Venus, making it the perfect time to perform prayers or spells for love and friendship!

Keep in mind that the planetary hours may not always be full hours, and they will not be the same everyday! Planetary hours are calculated from the time the sun rises to the time the sun sets, meaning that a new day for planetary timing does not start at midnight.

Click here to learn How to calculate planetary hours!

Planetary Hours for Sunday

Daytime:

  • Hour 1 – Sun
  • Hour 2 – Venus
  • Hour 3 – Mercury
  • Hour 4 – Moon
  • Hour 5 – Saturn
  • Hour 6 – Jupiter
  • Hour 7 – Mars
  • Hour 8 – Sun
  • Hour 9 – Venus
  • Hour 10 – Mercury
  • Hour 11 – Moon
  • Hour 12 – Saturn

Nighttime:

  • Hour 1- Jupiter
  • Hour 2 – Mars
  • Hour 3 – Sun
  • Hour 4 – Venus
  • Hour 5 – Mercury
  • Hour 6 – Moon
  • Hour 7 – Saturn
  • Hour 8 – Jupiter
  • Hour 9 – Mars
  • Hour 10 – Sun
  • Hour 11 – Venus
  • Hour 12 – Mercury

Copyright 2013 Jennifer McDonald (Aurora Moone) / All rights reserved.

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