38628 Huya (original provisional designation: 2000 EB173) is a trans-Neptunian object. It was discovered in 2000 by Ignacio Ferrin. It is classified as a plutino. It is named after the South American god Huya. March 10 is the 69th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (70th in Leap years). ... This article is about the year 2000. ... The provisional designation of comets and asteroids are similar to each other: they both follow a pattern set in 1925 by the Minor Planet Center of the IAU. Historical designations At first, astronomers strove to assign symbols to the minor planets: 1 Ceres a stylized sickle 2 Pallas a lozenge... Minor planets, or planetoids are minor bodies of the solar system orbiting the sun that are larger than meteoroids (the largest of which might be taken to be around 10 meters or so across) but smaller than major planets (Mercury having a diameter of about 4880 km). ... 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Huya also aspects Harris (snapping, being pushed too far or portraying oneself as having been pushed too far, a murderous rampage) and Samadhi (feeling, or not feeling, connected) within a 1 00' orb.
Adolf Eichmann had Huya semisextile Neptune (deception) and Askalaphus (to disclose, to publicize), sextile 2002 VQ94 (to shatter), Venus (values, outrage, diplomacy), Rhadamanthus (justice), and Antenor (seen as subversive); square Saturn (career, restrictions, consequences); quincunx Uranus (disruption, the unexpected, shattered molds); and opposite 1992 QB1 (to hold to one's beliefs).
Huya also is a member of another, interlocking grand trine that includes Nabokov and Neptune (the ideal, conspiracies, paranoia); also, Huya squares Varuna (judgmental, nurturing).
They proposed the name Huya (Juya with a little accent on the 'a') after the rain god of the Wayuu Indians who live on the arid Guajira Peninsula of northern Venezuela and Colombia.
Juya was god of rain; a warrior, hunter, seducer and inhabitant of "the place beyond the Sun." The lack of water is the biggest problem on the Guajira Peninsula and the locals hoped that Juya, god of the rains now recognized the world over, would perform the miracle of water.
It is interesting that Huya has two entirely different mythologies, a hint that in delineation, she may represent a point in the chart were there are two different expressions, both of which are true.
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