Since the origins of human communities astrological and natural cycles have been documented to establish solar and lunar calendars. Thus enabling the Palaeolithic hunter-gatherer communities to predict information vital to their survival. As civilization continued to develop natural elements adopted a religious significance as the saviours of the earth and its inhabitants, the warmth of the sun during Summer brought more food and lower death rates, whilst the moon provided a stable pattern effective for monitoring time.  Consequently these illustrations explore the interconnectedness between humanity and astrology with further influence from the fairy tales and folklore inspired by these astrological and natural cycles.