Pisces (astrology)

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Pisces () is the twelfth astrological sign in the Zodiac. It came from the Pisces constellation. In western astrology this sign is no longer aligned with the constellation. This is because of the precession of the equinoxes. In astrology, Pisces is considered a "feminine", negative (introvert) sign.

It is also considered a water sign and one of the four mutable signs. (Mutable signs have a longing for movement and are extremely restless. Pisces is the most watery sign. It is constantly trying to adapt itself to its ever-changing feelings and to the moods and whims of others.)

Pisces the Fish

The Symbol[change | change source]

The symbol represents 2 fish, swimming in different directions. The two shapes are also crescents, facing outward, which represents the idea that Pisceans are open to new things and to change.

The Zodiac Sign of Pisces

Astrology[change | change source]

Pisces has been traditionally ruled by the planet Jupiter, but since its discovery, Neptune has been considered a modern ruler of this sign. Being the twelfth sign, Pisces is associated with the astrological twelfth house.

Individuals born when the Sun was in this sign are considered "Pisceans". The Sun can be seen 1n Pisces from about February 17 to March 20, ending at the moment of vernal equinox by definition under the tropical zodiac.

Under the sidereal zodiac, it is generally there from about March 15 to April 13.

Traditional Relationships with Pisces[change | change source]