Western Astrology Sign Descriptions, Horoscope Compatibility and Zodiac Constellations
Astrology signs, horoscope personalitiy and the classical elements
Astrology uses the concept of reading stars to tell someones personality and fortunes. In Western astrology there are four classical elements: Fire, Earth, Air and Water. Chinese astrology uses a similar system but with an extra element: Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth. There are 12 astrological signs, each of which is associated with one of the four elements. For example Sagittarius, Leo and Aries are elements of fire, while Pisces, Scorpio and Cancer are water signs. Most modern astrologers still use the four classical elements extensively, they are a critical part of interpreting the astrological chart and predicting personalities. The Most recognizable aspect of reading the astrological chart are the symbols. Most of the symbols are images of animals, while others are man made objects. Each sign is linked to the individual who is born during the corresponding lunar or solar month. Throughout this lens you can find all kinds of info about each sign and the elements they represent.
History and Theory
The precise origins of the twelve constellations of the zodiac are unknown. In particular the reasons for the prominence given to animals is unclear. The shape of the constellations themselves were probably not the main factor, as most of them bear little or no resemblance to the mythical characters after which they are named (except Scorpio). Their origins are more likely to be in the belief of early peoples that events on earth were mirrored in the heavens above them. Over time a process probably developed where various important archetypal characters in ancient myth were linked to the sky by the 'discovery' of a pattern of stars in their image.
The modern western astrological signs are simplifications of conventional pictorial representations of the signs, used since Hellenistic times.
Below are the ecliptic longitudes for a tropical zodiac where 0° is understood as the vernal equinox:
Aries (0°) (The Ram)
Taurus (30°) (The Bull)
Gemini (60°) (The Twins)
Cancer (90°) (The Crab)
Leo (120°) (The Lion)
Virgo (150°) (The Virgin)
Libra (180°) (The Scales)
Scorpio (210°) (The Scorpion)
Sagittarius (240°) (The Archer)
Capricorn (270°) (The Sea-goat)
Aquarius (300°) (The Water Carrier)
Pisces (330°) (The Fishes)
In astronomy the zodiacal constellations are a convenient way of marking the ecliptic (the sun's)path across the sky. The zodiac is also a way for astronomers to mark the path of the moon and planets, as their movements also remain within these constellations. Apart from this role, the zodiacal constellations have no extra significance to astronomers than any other constellation.
Zodiac in astronomy
Unlike the zodiac signs in astrology, which are all thirty degrees in length, the astronomical constellations vary widely in size. The boundaries of all the constellations in the sky were set by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) in 1930. This was essentially a mapping exercise to make the work of astronomers more efficient, the boundaries of the constellations are not in any meaningful sense an 'equivalent' to the zodiac signs. Along with the twelve original constellations, the boundaries of a thirteenth constellation, Ophiuchus, have been set by astronomers within the bounds of the zodiac.
Comparison to modern systems
Though perhaps as old as 5,000 years, the zodiac coordinate system boasts advantages over its more common modern counterparts. Since the coordinate system is celestially centered, it is insulated from the many eccentricities of Earth's motion: including its rotation, time, precession, nutation and its elliptical and perturbed orbit around our Sun. To use the zodiac coordinate system all one has to know is where to find one of the nodal constellations with fixed reference points for the system: Taurus or Scorpio. Since those constellations are located on opposite sides of the ecliptic along the zodiac, one should always be visible in the night sky. These constellations are both located within the prominent band of cloud and dust of the Milky Way. From these constellations astronomers can orient themselves for locating any point in the coordinate system. An observatory shown at night
The modern, commonly used tropical systems require an observer to know the current mean sidereal time, the observer's terrestrial longitude and latitude, and account for other peculiarities of Earth's motion. Of course, modern astronomical computers handle most of the tasks for observers, but it involves a large effort by many different astronomers behind the scenes.
Much of the motion of the stars in modern tropical coordinate systems can be attributed wholly to these peculiarities of Earth's motion. Astronomers make the distinction between the proper motion of a star (typically relatively subtle), from the other motion that arises totally from the designation of a tropical rather than sidereal coordinate system. One example where this exhibits itself is in the constellation boundaries drawn up by the IAU. The neat constellation boundaries drawn in 1930 exhibit increasingly distorted boundary lines over time. This may seem like something of little consequence, but why bother drawing neat boundaries around constellations if they become erratic.
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These advantages make the zodiac coordinate system a very efficient system of coordinates in terms of requiring very little human-hours of labor to use and maintain: issues particularly important to early astronomers, typically working in isolation from one another most of the time.
The key disadvantage of a zodiac system of coordinates will manifest, when the nodal star that serve as fixed reference point for the system, exhibit significant motion so that within the system of coordinates every other star appears to move dramatically in unison. For example if a selection of an asteroid or an entire galaxy outside our Milky Way was chosen as a guide will lead to this condition. The only other sidereal coordinate system in common use today (that shares many of the zodiac's advantages) is the galactic coordinate system. In galactic coordinates, the plane of the Milky Way and its own axial center serve as the fixed referents. These are fairly logical reference points for a coordinate system, though they cannot be located with the naked eye.
Another disadvantage relates to the apparatus required for orienting one to the coordinate systems. Using geocentric coordinates astronomers can easily calibrate their instruments to the fixed reference point. As long as astronomers can obtain an accurate compass reading, they can orient themselves to a geocentric coordinate system (such as ecliptic or equatorial coordinates). Using zodiac coordinates requires an astronomer to locate the correct star, whether Antares or Aldebaran, and the correct constellation- Scorpio or Taurus respectively- and make an accurate reading of the position of that star and accurately orient that star to the ecliptic. This may take more skill than a mere compass reading: especially for amateur astronomers.
Aries The Ram
Zodiac Symbol: Ram
Birth Dates (Tropical): March 21 - April 19
Birth Dates (Sidereal): April 15 - May 15
Birth Dates (Solar): April 20 - May 13
Zodiac Element: Fire
Zodiac Quality: Cardinal
Numbers: Three, Five
Starstone The Aries starstone is the Diamond. The precious diamond is the greatest of stones, revered throughout the ages for its great beauty, and strength, and for its powerful spiritual and physical influences. The diamond is said to enhance charm and beauty. Physically it can strengthen the kidneys and reproductive organs.
Qualities Leadership qualities are the forte of Arians. Courage comes from a desire for action in the people born under Aries. Your confidence makes people drawn to follow while you lead. You are likly fight for anything which you believe to be important. You are committed to face your fears and defeat them. Be aware of road blocks that may creep in due to impulsive actions. Arians are known for starting things and then start working on your next project even before completing the first one. Maturity persuades you to eventually slow down reaction time and take time to think about the consequences of your actions.
Mythology According to Greek mythology, Aries was a golden ram, that got the gods' mission to save Helle and Phrixos from a king Cretheus for false accusations. The ram managed to save Phrixos into the land of Colchis, while Helle instead ended up in the arms of Poseidon. In gratitude for this, Phrixos sacrificed the ram to the gods and hanged its skin in a temple. Aries is also associated with the Greek myth of the ram which carried Athamus' son Phrixus and daughter Helle to Colchis to escape their stepmother Ino, as well as the mythological figure of Theseus, from the Greek myth of the Minotaur.
Constellation The astrological symbol for Aries represents the head and horns of a ram. It originates from the cluster of stars which constitute the head of the Aries. The head of Aries is given the name of Aluathay or Salhay, it consists of four stars. The ram's head consists of the stars B1 Ari, BB Ari, and B2 Ari: B1 Ari being of the second magnitude and beta Arietis of the third magnitude. The ram's body consists of the stars B1 Ari, B7 Ari, B5 Ari, 41 Ari, and 35 Ari: B5 Ari and 41 Ari being of the fourth magnitude. The ram's tail consists of the stars 35 Ari, 41 Ari, and 39 Ari. The star B3 Ari, of fourth magnitude, represents the ram's front foot, and the star B4 Ari, also of fourth magnitude, represents the ram's hind foot.
Correspondences Birthstones: Aquamarine (March), Diamond (April) Colours: Red Gemstones: Bloodstone, Amethyst, Carnelian, Coral, Malachite, Rose quartz Metal: Iron, Copper Flowers: Honeysuckle & Sweet pea Countries: England, France, Germany, Poland Animals: The ram or domestic sheep
Taurus The Bull
Zodiac Symbol: Bull
Birth Dates (Tropical) April 20 - May 20
Birth Dates (Sidereal) May 15 - June 16
Zodiac Element: Earth
Zodiac Quality: Fixed
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Location Taurus is large and prominent in the Northern Hemisphere winter sky, between Aries to the west and Gemini to the east; to the north lie Perseus and Auriga, to the southeast Orion, to the south Eridanus, and to the southwest Cetus.
Compatibility Taurus is widely thought to be compatible with the earthy signs, Capricorn, Virgo and Taurus itself. Taurus is also often considered to be a good match with Cancer and Pisces. It can be great with Leo, although the relationship may need some work as both signs can be very stubborn, and should instead try to understand and accept each other. Its relationship with Scorpio is often considered powerful and passionate, but rather complicated. Taurus could also learn a lot and build a solid enduring bond with air sign Aquarius, however both will have to make an effort from time to time to understand each other's different world-views. Read how to get Taurus to commit at https://www.onlinepsychic.eu/the-taurus-man/
Mythology The identification of Taurus as a bull is very old, likely prehistoric. Images of bulls have been found throughout Southwest France and Spain, along with prehistoric European sculptures of bulls rendered in stone, clay and bone. The paintings date to approximately 15,000-13,000 BCE. Taurus is often associated with the Greek myth of the bull-form taken by Zeus in order to win Europa. Taurus is also associated with the Greco-Roman goddess Aphrodite/Venus and sometimes also the goddesses Hera/Juno, Ishtar, Isis, Freyja, and Frigg and the gods Pan, Dionysus/Bacchus, Xolotl, and Quetzalcoatl. The astrological symbol for Taurus represents the head and horns of the bull.
Attributes Taurus is the second astrological sign in the Zodiac, originating from the constellation of Taurus. In western astrology, this sign is no longer aligned with the constellation as a result of the precession of the equinoxes. In astrology, Taurus is considered a "feminine", negative sign. It is also considered an earth sign and is one of four fixed signs. Taurus is ruled by the planet Venus (which also rules Libra).
Ideal Career Banking, modeling, music, almost any form of bureaucracy, engineering, auctioneering, artist, managers, singers, chef and acting. Likes Stability, beauty, nature and natural things, taking their time, comfort and pleasure, luxury, the arts, music. Dislikes Disruption, being forced, being rushed, change, chaos.
Mythology Gemini is associated with the Greek myth of Castor (or Kastor) and Pollux and with the Greco-Roman god Hermes/Mercury. Gemini is sometimes associated with the norse gods Loki, Freyr, and Freyja, the Slavic deity Veles, and Greek god Asklepios/Aesculapius, the goddesses Eris/Discordia, the goddess Hebe, and goddess Ate. Being twins, Gemini can also be associated with the Greek twins Apollo and Artemis The astrological symbol for Gemini is the Roman numeral for two, to represent the twins and duality
Associations Gemini is the third astrological sign in the Zodiac, originating from the constellation of Gemini. In western astrology, this sign is no longer aligned with the constellation as a result of the precession of the equinoxes. In astrology, Gemini is considered a "masculine", positive (extrovert) sign. It is also considered an air sign, and is one of four mutable signs. Gemini has been closely associated with the planet Mercury and is considered to be ruled by it.
Planet Gemini is considered to be the domicile of the planet Mercury, and therefore is ruled by it. Mercury is also often associated with the aforementioned matters. Virgo is also a domicile of Mercury.
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Compatibilities Gemini is widely thought to be compatible with same element signs, Aquarius, Libra and Gemini itself. Gemini is also often considered to be good with Leo and Aries.
Likes Talking, the unusual, teaching, learning, different things in life, having multiple projects all going at once, traveling, making jokes, jet-setting. Dislikes Feeling tied down, losing, being wrong, being in a bad situation, mental inaction, being alone, not getting credit for one's successes. Suitable occupations Architect, archaeologist, comedian, teacher, model, playwright, diplomat, public speaker, singer, author, psychologist, poet, musician, journalist, lawyer, movie writer or director, debater/politician. Read how to win Gemini at https://www.onlinepsychic.eu/gemini-man-love-sex/
Starstone Gemini starstone is the moss agate. Which is known to be beneficial to people suffering from circulatory problems and has been used in getting your intuitive feelings tuned to a higher pitch. It is an aid to relieving depression. There is another gemstone which is used for Gemini and that is the emerald, but the moss agate vibrates to the levels of your ruling planet, Mercury, and therefore is much more beneficial for you.
Birthstones:Agate, Emerald (May), Pearl (June)
Colours: Yellow, Rainbow
Gemstones: Citrine, Peridot, Tigereye, Agate
Flowers: Lily of the valley, Lavender
Countries English speaking world: Australia, USA, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, England
Animals: Small birds such as the sparrow, the butterfly, the parrot
Mythology In mythology Cancer is often associated with the Greek myth of the Lernaean Hydra, one of The Twelve Labours of Hercules and the mythical figure of Perseus, where Hercules completes all of his tasks, or labours
Associations Cancer is the fourth astrological sign in the Zodiac. In astrology, Cancer is considered a yin sign or alternatively feminine or negative sign, meaning it is more introverted. It is considered a water sign.
Cancer rules the stomach, diaphragm, upper liver and breasts. People with the sign Cancer in their charts are subject to coughs, indigestion, gas, gallstones, general problems with stomach, liver and intestines, plus emotional disorders such as depression, hypochondria and hysteria.
Colours associated with the Crab are white, silver, and pale yellow.
Cancer birthstones are the ruby and the pearl traditionally. Silver reflects its environment in its shiny polished surface, yet it can tarnish and become dull if not properly cared for. The same way, your sensitive nature reflects the people and circumstances surrounding you. The precious ruby, is one of the hardest minerals known, while the pearl is soft and easily scratched. Here we have the two contrasting sides of the Cancerian personality: hard and determined, yet soft and vulnerable. Cancerian flowers are the water lily (lotus), iris, white poppy, white carnation and southern magnolia.
Compatibilities Cancer is widely thought to be compatible with the same element signs, Pisces and Scorpio. Cancer is also often considered to be good with Taurus.
Cancer people are easily hurt by the slights of others. These are very complex people, sometimes appearing extremely strong and at other times to be as vulnerable as a child.
These people are remarkably good at accumulating things; indeed, they can be unwilling to throw anything out, even relationships that have passed their use-by date. They are generally over-anxious in financial matters, and make great efforts to gather in money; as a rule, they have unusual ups and downs in their early life and so they are compelled to work to keep ahead, but once they get on their feet they keep there. If channeled in the right direction, their enormous sensitivity can become a great source of strength. Once they overcome their touchiness and master their turbulent emotions, their intellect and imagination enable them to become a success in almost anything they undertake.
The main problem for them is to remember not to let the powerful, turbulent emotions of the moment crowd out their normally rational judgment. Their intuitions are reliable and should be trusted.
They are generally gifted with strong imaginations, and it is very easy for them to become excellent artists, writers, composers, or musicians. At heart they are romantic and of a very loving and affectionate disposition.
On the other hand these people are perhaps the most sensitive natures from any other class of people and if aren't recognized they quickly give up or get depressed and melancholy. Above all, they require encouragement and
appreciation. Their deep sensitivity presents them with valuable and illuminating intuitions, especially regarding those they care for. Such people have deep love for what they call "their own people," for family customs and for tradition. Read how to win cancer man at https://www.onlinepsychic.eu/cancer-man-love-sex/
Correspondences Colors: Silver and Sea green Birthstones: Emerald; Pearl and Moonstone (June); Ruby (July) Gemstones: Moonstone; Emerald Day: Monday Metal: Silver Country: Scotland, Holland, New Zealand, City New York, Venice, Amsterdam Animals: All crustaceans
Leo The Lion
Zodiac Symbol: Lion
Birth Dates (Tropical) July 23 - August 22
Birth Dates (Sidereal) August 16 - September 15
Zodiac Element: Fire
Zodiac Quality: Fixed
Detriment: Uranus (modern)/Saturn
Mythology Leo is a symbol for the Nemean Lion that was slain by Herakles (Hercules). Zeus raised the lion to the stars in honor of Hercules.
In mythology Leo is associated with the Greco-Roman god Apollo and sometimes also the gods Helios/Sol, Ra, and Huitzilopochtli and the goddess Sunna.
The astrological symbol or glyph for Leo represents the head and mane of the lion.
Associations Leo is the fifth astrological sign of the Zodiac, originating from the constellation of Leo. In western astrology, this sign is no longer aligned with the constellation as a result of the precession of the equinoxes. In astrology, Leo is considered to be a "masculine", positive (extrovert) sign. It is also considered a fire sign and is one of four fixed signs. Leo is ruled by the Sun.
Compatibilities Leo is widely thought to be compatible with same element signs, Aries and Sagittarius. Gemini and Libra make a good match as well.
Dislikes Doing things safely, Small minded people, Penny-pinching, Being compared to others, Loneliness
Suitable occupations Politics or governmental work, Business, Lawyer, Photographer, Entertainer, Music and Art, Fashion Designer How to get Leo on your side to fall in love. Check here https://www.onlinepsychic.eu/leo-man-love-sex/
Birthstones: Ruby (July), Peridot (August)
Gemstones: Ruby, Sunstone
Flowers: Sunflower, Marigold
Colors: Gold, Orange
Body Parts: Heart, Back, Spine
Countries: France, Italy, Peru, Romania
Animals: All varieties of Cats
Virgo The Vergin
Zodiac Symbol: Virgin
Birth Dates (Tropical) August 23 - September 22
Birth Dates (Sidereal) September 16 - October 15
Zodiac Element: Earth
Zodiac Quality: Mutable
Domicile: Mercury, Ceres
Mythology According to one interpretation, the Virgo constellation depicts Astraea, the virgin daughter of the god Zeus and the goddess Themis. Astraea was known as the goddess of justice, and was identified as this constellation due to the presence of the scales of justice (Libra) nearby, and supposedly ruled the world with her wise ways until mankind became so callous that she returned to the skies, disgusted. Virgo is also identified with Persephone, daughter of Demeter (goddess of agriculture and guardian of marriage). Persephone was the goddess of innocence and purity, then later on became the Queen of the Underworld, when she was abruptly snatched away by Hades. One other more probable myths is the one about Asclepius the god of medicine and healing in ancient Greek mythology. And With his wife Epione mother of Panacea, the goddess of medicines, Hygieia, the goddess of health. She was probably also the mother of the famous physicians Machaon and Podalirius, who are mentioned in the Iliad of Homer.
The astrological symbol of Virgo is said to represent the arms and torso of the virgin holding a sheaf of wheat.
Associations Virgo is the sixth astrological sign in the Zodiac, originating from the constellation of Virgo. In western astrology, the sign is no longer aligned with the constellation as a result of the precession of the equinoxes. In astrology, Virgo is considered a "feminine", negative (introvert) sign. It is also considered an earth sign and is one of four mutable signs. Virgo is ruled by the planet Mercury, but Ceres has been strongly suggested as the ruler of Virgo for some modern astrologers. Virgo is the only zodiac sign represented by a female.
Compatibilities Virgo is widely thought to be naturally compatible with the same element signs, Taurus and Capricorn
Likes Health foods, Order and lists, Hygiene and cleanliness, Wholesomeness, Details, Peace
Dislikes Hazards to health, Sloppiness, Squalor, Uncertainty, Uncleanliness, Confusion
Suitable occupations Suitable occupations are those in which analytical and practical, methodical qualities are needed, such as doctor, teacher, psychologist, technician, nurse, hygienist, scientist, accountant, secretary, and inspector. In medical astrology, Virgo governs the intestines and digestion, also spleen and nervous system. How to attract Virgo man - https://www.onlinepsychic.eu/virgo-man-love-sex/
Mythology Libra is often associated with the Greek Goddess of Justice, Themis, the Greek mythological figure of Atalanta (meaning balanced), and Astraea (daughter of Themis), who ascended to heaven and became the constellation of Virgo, and carried the scales of justice, the nearby constellation of Libra.
Libra is also associated with the Greco-Roman goddess Aphrodite/Venus and sometimes also the goddesses Eris/Discordia, along with Hermione/Concordia, Hera/Juno, Ishtar, Freyja and Frigg, and the Aztec god Xolotl.
The astrological symbol for Libra represents the scales. Many modern astrologers regard it as the most desirable of zodiacal types because it represents the zenith of the year, the high point of the seasons, when the harvest of all the hard work of the spring is reaped.
Associations People born in this sign are intelligent, kind, calm, articulate, outgoing, fair, artistic, social, refined, diplomatic, sensual and have an even-tempered character. A person born in Libra is said to be co-operative, equalivent, demonstrative, playful, open-minded, self-sufficent, pleasant, urbane, partnership oriented, avoids conflict, balanced, graceful, idealistic, charismatic, peaceful and egalitarian. They are prone to rationalize, be easily deterred, detached, indecisive, lazy, they can also be thought to be flirtatious, extravagant, frivolous, impatient, envious, aloof, have a low-self-esteem, vindictive, and quarrelsome.
Characteristics Individuals born under this sign are intelligent, kind, calm, articulate, outgoing, fair, artistic, social, refined, diplomatic, sensual, even-tempered character. The Libra person is said to be co-operative, equalivent, demonstrative, playful, open-minded, self-sufficent, pleasant, urbane, partnership oriented, avoids conflict, balanced, graceful, idealistic, charismatic, peaceful and egalitarian. They are prone to rationalize, be easily deterred, detached, indecisive, lazy, are also thought to be flirtatious, extravagant, frivolous, impatient, envious, aloof, low-self-esteem, vindictive, and quarrelsome. Love, sex, Friendship and more at https://www.onlinepsychic.eu/win-libra-man-love-sex/
Scorpio The Scorpion
Zodiac Symbol: Scorpion
Birth Dates (Tropical): October 24 - November 22
Birth Dates (Sidereal): November 16 - December 15
Zodiac Element: Water
Zodiac Quality: Fixed
Domicile: Pluto (modern), Mars (traditional)
Mythology Scorpio is often associated with Hades, Lord of the Underworld, who was known in Roman mythology as Pluto, and Orpheus from the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice. Scorpio is also associated with the Greco-Roman gods Ares/Mars. The constellation is also associated with the scorpion that killed Orion.
Associations Being a water sign, Scorpio is considered highly passionate, imaginative, determined, persevering, inflexible and self-confident.
Traditionally, the planet Mars has been considered to be the ruler of Scorpio, and since its discovery, Pluto has been considered a modern ruler of this sign. Some modern astrologers consider Pluto to be a more appropriate ruler over the sign, citing the reason for Mars having initially ruled the sign being that Pluto had not yet been discovered. In 2006 Pluto was reclassified by astronomers as a "dwarf planet", and therefore is no longer considered a planet in astronomy, although this has not reduced its significance to astrologers as the modern ruler of Scorpio.
As the eighth sign in the zodiac, Scorpio is associated with the astrological house number 8, which is associated with natural Scorpio matters - birth, death, transformation, deeply committed relationships of all kinds, the occult and psychic matters.
Compatibilities Scorpio is still widely thought to be compatible with the watery signs, Pisces and Cancer. Its relationship with Taurus is often considered passionate, but rather complicated.
Likes activity, mysteries, secrets, winning, being acknowledged, strategy.
Dislikesbeing analyzed, being asked personal questions, people who think they know more than Scorpios do, too many compliments, having to trust a stranger.
Suitable occupations Anything involving deep analysis, investigation, research or the solving of mysteries, such as detective, scientist, researcher, market analyst Medicine professions such as pathologist or surgeon member of the armed service or police, a politician, a lawyer, business owner psychologist.How Can you Tell if a Scorpio Man Likes you (https://www.onlinepsychic.eu/the-scorpio-man/)?
Birthstone: Opal, Topaz
Colors: Black; Dark Red; Maroon
Gemstone: Opal; Bloodstone; Onyx; Jasper
Metal: Iron; Steel; Magnesium
Countries: North Africa, Egypt, Syria, Algeria, Morocco
Sagittarius The Archer
Zodiac Symbol: The Archer
Birth Dates (Tropical): November 23- December 21
Birth Dates (Sidereal): December 16- January 13
Zodiac Element: Fire
Zodiac Quality: Mutable
Exaltation: South Node
Fall: North Node
Mythology In mythology Sagittarius is often associated with either a Satyr or a Centaur (in the case of the latter, often the centaur Chiron, who taught and tutored various heroes in Greek myth). In Greek mythology, centaurs were adventurous, brave, and wise, but they were also given to brawling and uncivilized behavior. Sagittarius is also associated with the Greek god Zeus and sometimes the Greek goddess Tyche, as well as the Norse God Thor.
The astrological symbol for Sagittarius has a dual meaning. The first and most common is that of a bow and arrow. The second and less well-known is that of an arrow lifting up a cross-shaped burden, representing the struggle the Sagittarius faces.
Associations Sagittarius is ruled by the planet Jupiter, not only one of the most important gods in Roman mythology (ruler of the heavens), but also the planet that signifies good fortune in astrology.
As the ninth sign in the zodiac, Sagittarius is associated with the astrological 9th house, which is associated with natural Sagittarius matters - foreign travel and foreign countries and cultures, religion, the law and higher education, all things which seek to expand one's experience, freedom, journeys.
Compatibilities Sagittarius is widely thought to be compatible with same element signs, Aries and Leo. It is often considered to have a great potential with Aquarius, granted they do not overreact to things, as both are given to whims and can be quite temperamental.
Likestravel and adventure, honesty, justice and law, freedom, meaning, taking risks, gambling or speculation, socializing
Dislikes routine and chores, being constrained, being tied down, being forced to do things, being doubted, having to explain oneself, being forced to make promises, being bothered by little details
Suitable occupations Ideal careers for Sagitarians include teaching, the law, theology and religion, politics, public relations or advertising, anything related to travel, arts, medicine, research and science. How to seduce Sagittarius man and more on https://www.onlinepsychic.eu/the-sagittarius-man/
Birthstones: Topaz (general)
For November: Citrine
For December: Turquoise, Zircon, Blue topaz
Color: Purple, Light blue
Body parts: Hips, Thighs
Country: Mediterranean climates: Spain, Australia, South Africa, Portugal, Mexico, Arabia
Zodiac Symbol: Sea-goat
Birth Dates (Tropical) December 22 - January 20
Birth Dates (Sidereal) January 15 - February 12
Zodiac Element: Earth
Zodiac Quality: Cardinal
Fall: Jupiter (ancient)/Neptune (modern/disputed)
Capricorn is the tenth astrological sign in the Zodiac, originating from the constellation of Capricornus. In western astrology, this sign is no longer aligned with the constellation as a result of the precession of the equinoxes. In astrology, Capricorn is considered a "feminine," negative sign. It is also considered an earth sign and is one of four cardinal signs. Capricorn is ruled by the planet Saturn. Being the tenth sign of the zodiac, Capricorn has been associated with the astrological 10th house.
Mythology Capricorn is associated with the Greek myth of the goat Amalthea, who provided the infant Zeus with milk, or ambrosia in some versions. Zeus placed her in the sky to honor her (Catasterismi). Capricorn is also associated with the god Saturn and the god Aristaeus.
The Babylonian zodiacal sign is called "ibex." The sun in this month entered the suxûru-fish constellation, called the star of Tashmetum, the wife of Nabu. The goat-fish is known from depictions on Babylonian monuments as a representation of Enki/Ea. Also linked to the Greek God, Pan.
The astrological symbol for Capricorn is said to represent the horns and tail of the goat-fish or sea-goat.
Suitable occupations often cited are - any capacity of authority, doctor, lawyer, accountant, politician, teacher, principal, engineer, farmer, anything math related
LikesRomance, loyalty, feeling secure, financial/material stability, ambitious mates, feeling committed, making long term relationship plans, dependability, reliability, perseverance.
DislikesFlightiness, being bossed around, crudeness/coarseness, dominance, game playing, ego displays, extravagance, being challenged by a lover, indecisiveness.
Countries: India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Mexico, Cuba
Animals: The goat
Zodiac Symbol: Water Carrier
Birth Dates (Tropical): January 20 - February
Birth Dates (Sidereal): February 15 - March
Zodiac Element: Air
Zodiac Quality Fixed
Domicile: Saturn (or Uranus)
Exaltation: Mercury/Pluto (Modern astrology)
Fall: Neptune (modern astrology)
Mythology Aquarius is often associated with the mythological figure of Odysseus, King of Ithaca, from the Greek myth of the Trojan War. Aquarius is also associated with the Greco-Roman god Uranus/Caelus and sometimes the god Cronus/Saturn. In Grecian mythology, Aquarius is the constellation that was once Ganymede, cupbearer of the gods.
Associations Aquarius is the eleventh astrological sign in the Zodiac, originating from the constellation Aquarius. In western astrology, the sign is no longer aligned with the constellation as a result of the precession of the equinoxes. In astrology, Aquarius is considered a "masculine", positive (extrovert) sign. It is also considered an air sign and is one of four fixed signs. Aquarius has been traditionally ruled by the planet Saturn, and, since its discovery, Uranus has been considered a modern ruler of this sign. Being the eleventh sign of the zodiac, Aquarius is associated with the astrological 11th house.
Compatibilities Aquarius is widely thought to be compatible with same element signs - Libra, Gemini and Aquarius itself. It is often considered to have a great potential with Sagittarius granted they do not overreact to things, as both are given to whims and can be quite temperamental. Aquarius can also learn a lot and build a solid, enduring bond with Taurus however both will have to make an effort from time to time to understand each other's different world-view and take into consideration each other's special needs.
Dislikes Jealousy, possessiveness, control, ego plays, pointless meetings, narrow-mindedness, being ridiculed, routines, fighting/violence, inequality, being taken for granted.
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Mythology One of the most popular stories regarding the mythological origin of Pisces is the story of Aphrodite and Eros. The story involves Aphrodite and her son Eros escaping from the terrible monster Typhon by turning themselves into fish and hiding underwater until it was safe to come back to the surface. As fish, they tied their tails together with a cord so that they wouldn't lose one another while swimming in the darkness of the deep water. Upon hearing their tale, Zeus rewarded the pair by placing them among the stars as the constellation of Pisces.
As a constellation, Pisces has been almost universally associated with female deities. The Pisces symbol (the H) is often associated with Helen of Troy - Beauty and love. In the story they were actually turned into Dolphins which are mammals but at the time they were mistaken for fish.
Associations Pisces is the twelfth astrological sign in the Zodiac, which originates from the Pisces constellation. In western astrology this sign is no longer aligned with the constellation because of the precession of the equinoxes. Pisces is represented by a pair of fish that are swimming in opposite directions, but remain held together at the tail by a cord. In astrology, Pisces is considered a water sign, and is one of four mutable signs. Like the rest of the watery signs, Pisces is considered a "negative", feminine sign, which in Astrology means it is rather introvert. Being the twelfth sign, Pisces is associated with the astrological 12th house.
Pisces has been traditionally ruled by the planet Jupiter, but since its discovery, Neptune has been considered a modern ruler of this sign. Some astrologers mostly use one to the exception of the other, but some consider them to be co-rulers of this sign and essentially use both.
Compatibilities Pisces is widely considered to be naturally compatible with the same element signs, Cancer and Scorpio. Many consider it to also be good with Taurus.
Likes Feeling appreciated, feeling loved, freedom, stability, mystical settings/enchantment, dreaming, having their input valued, being unique.
Dislikes Feeling vulnerable, having no goals to move toward, feeling invalidated, being criticized, illiteracy, noisy scenes and displays, having no sense of structure.