February 19th – March 20th Pisces, the zodiac's twelfth and final star, is a mutable water sign. Pisces is a feminine sign governed by the planet Neptune, and its glyph depicts two fish swimming in opposite directions. It also depicts two receptivity crescents pointing outwards, held together by a line of matter. Key phrase, "I believe" it's a receptive symbol, which means it's impressionable, spiritual, and open-minded. The Pisces Man When interacting with a Pisces man, you'
January 21st – February 19th The eleventh sign of the zodiac, Aquarius (from the Latin word Aquarii, which means "water carrier"), is a fixed air sign. Uranus, the planet that rules this symbol, is a positive, masculine sign (before the outer planets were discovered, it was said to be ruled by Saturn). The water bearer is its symbol, and its glyph is a pair of wavy lines representing water (resulting in a common misconception about Aquarius's feature, which is air rather than
December 22nd – January 20th Capricorn is the zodiac's tenth sign. The planet Saturn governs this cardinal feminine symbol. Capricorn is a water sign, key phrase "I master" and it's emblem is a goat with a fish tail, and its glyph is the "V," which is thought to represent the goat's beard; and the tail is that of a fish (Capricorn, in ancient times, was associated with the sea-goat). Capricornus, which means "goat horn" in Latin, is the name given to it. The Capricorn Man The
November 22nd – December 21st Sagittarius, a mythical centaur who is half human and half horse, is a wise healer whose higher intellect acts as a link between Earth and Heaven. It is also known as the Archer and is symbolized by a bow and arrow. The glyph depicts an archer's arrow slung in a bow as the third mutable sign. The desire for direction, a higher purpose, and abundance is symbolized by this glyph and key phrase being "I philosophize". The Sagittarius Man The Sagitta
October 21st – November 22nd Scorpios have the ability to "see" things more clearly than others due to their perceptiveness. The glyph, or symbol, of Scorpio is a letter M with a tail. The curves reflect the sign's grounded nature (Water), with an upward-turned arrow symbolizing the need for action and the pursuit of something greater. The main phrase for Scorpios, is "I desire" or "I fix". The Scorpio Man The Scorpio man is not to be underestimated. He is serious and stern
September 22nd – October 23rd The cardinal modality of the three air signs, Libra's symbol is the only inanimate symbol in the zodiac. Libra's glyph, or mark, portrays the setting sun. It also looks like a "equal" sign, but it actually represents an "approximately equal to" symbol. Libra's glyph represents the sign's ability to compare and balance. Libra is the scale, their key phrase, “I balance.” The Libra Man The Libran is a bit of a thinker who loves debating his thoughts
August 23rd – September 22nd The sixth zodiac sign, Virgo, is a mutable earth sign. It has a young woman as its emblem, and its glyph is said to represent a serpent that was once connected to the serpent-like glyph of Scorpio, as Virgo and Scorpio were once one sign. The name Virgo comes from the Latin word "virgin". Their key phrase, “I analyze.” The Virgo Man Call a Virgo man if you need your T's crossed and your I's dotted. He is looking forward to the challenge. The Virgo
July 22nd - August 23rd The fifth zodiac sign, Leo, is a set fire sign. It is ruled by the Sun and is a positive, masculine symbol. Key phrase, "I will", the lion is its symbol, and its glyph is said to be a changed version of its Greek name's first letter (although this is not universally accepted). Its name comes from the Latin word "lion." Since it was visible during the Nile River's flooding, Egyptians worshipped the star known as "Knem." This occurrence was perceived by
June 21st – July 22nd Cancer (Latin for "crab") is a cardinal water sign and the fourth sign of the zodiac. It is governed by the Moon and is a negative (in the value-neutral sense of being negatively charged) feminine symbol. The crab is its symbol, and its glyph is said to represent a crab's two claws. Cancer, a moody sign, is the origin of the word "crabby." Cancers have an uncanny ability to predict what others are thinking or feeling, thus their key phrase is, "I feel".
May 22th - June 21st Gemini is a mutable air sign and the third sign of the zodiac. Mercury rules this symbol, which is a positive, masculine sign. Its symbol is a pair of twins, and its glyph is said to represent a pair of twins. It's name is derived from the Latin word for pair of twins. In the Yin Yang ancient Chinese term, Gemini is associated with the Yang polarity (masculine). “I think” is an important phrase for the Gemini but their key phrase is "I communicate". The G
April 20th - May 20th Taurus is the second astrological sign in the modern zodiac (Latin for bull, derived from the Greek word). This sign has a feminine or negative polarity, as well as a fixed modality, quality, or quadruplicity, and belongs to the Earth element or triplicity. The bull is its symbol, and its glyph is said to represent a bull's head and horns. It is a Venus-ruled sign. Taurus, a sign noted for its obstinacy, is the source of the phrase "bullheaded" but their
March 21st - April 20th The first sign of the zodiac, Aries (from the Latin word for ram), is both a cardinal and a fire sign. The planet Mars rules this positive, masculine symbol. The Ram is its emblem, and its glyph is said to represent the horns of a ram. It is one of the few signs with a well-developed mythology, since it is named after the Greek god of war. The term headstrong comes from the association of the head with Aries, and it describes people with a strong Aries