Zodiac

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The Zodiac is the twelve constellations in the form of animals, humans or objects.

Western Zodiac[change | change source]

Western Zodiac signs

The modern astrological signs are the simplified pictures of the signs used in the Hellenistic times. These are the twelve aspects the signs represent:

  • Aries (The Ram) - (21 March - 20 April)
  • Taurus (The Bull) - (21 April - 20 May)
  • Gemini (The Twins) - (21 May - 20 June)
  • Cancer (The Crab) - (21 June - 20 July)
  • Leo (The Lion) - (21 July - 20 August)
  • Virgo (The Virgin) - (21 August - 20 September)
  • Libra (The Scales) - (21 September - 20 October)
  • Scorpius (The Scorpion) - (21 October - 20 November)
  • Sagittarius (The Centaur-Archer) - (21 November - 20 December)
  • Capricorn (The Sea-Goat) - (21 December - 20 January)
  • Aquarius (The Water-Bearer) - (21 January - 20 February)
  • Pisces (The Fish) - (21 February - 20 March)

A person's Zodiac sign is determined by at what time and on what day they are born.

Chinese Zodiac[change | change source]

In the Chinese Zodiac, years match twelve animals in turn.