‘One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.’ — Carl Jung
I humbly (and presumptuously enough) took the liberty to revise the chaostar chart for personal use to fit my own mythological needs (as I am hopelessly and irreversibly infected by Greek mythology), and I thought that it would be interesting to share for pros and cons feedback. I know the first edition of the chaostar is based rather on psychological/biological drives, but for me, those are not separated from Mythology. As my revision refers to four arrows, I decided to post it in Octarine instead of choosing one color in expense of the others.
I do not believe it would cause great difference when applying one arrow/color at a time, but in workings that combine arrows I think it could have positive consequences.
Jupiter/Zeus/Blue does not seem to me to be much opposite/complementary/antagonistic to Mercury/Hermes/Orange (Jupiter’s son) as it seems fit assuming such a position towards Saturn/Cronus/Black (e.g. Cronus/Saturn and Zeus/Jupiter mythological antagonism). On the other hand, Saturn/Cronus/Black does not feel intuitively antagonizing Lua/Diana/Purple, being herself actually called “Lua Saturni” sometimes in past; in turn, she in fact well polarizes sexuality, in contrast to Mercury/Hermes/Orange’s son/daughter Hermaphroditos. Mercury’s androgyny is also reflected in Alchemy (please, @Anton kindly correct me if I’m wrong).
Thus, I’ve deliberately (and maybe outrageously and heretically) exchanged the colors for the scheme Blue/Black (rather than Blue/Orange) and Orange/Purple (rather than Black/Purple).
I recently felt difference in applying such a scheme for Financial Magick (Blue+Orange) and Tantra (Black+Purple) without the psychological antagonism these arrows imprinted on me in the previous chaostar (e.g. by pointing opposite directions).