Pisces / Pisceans
February 19th ~ March 20th Water Sign. Spans the 330th – 360th degree of the zodiac.
I am very excited to share this post with you. I’m a big—BIG—fan of Pisces. My oldest daughter is a Fish, so this particular post is especially fun for me.
Pisces are touted the chameleons of the zodiac. They’ve inherited some traits from each of the other signs, though they don’t like to show it. They prefer living in a fabulous dream world of their own making. In fact, they feel so comfortable in the illusory world, that sometimes they have a hard time telling fact from fiction.
Fish are—you guessed it, a Water sign. Like Scorpio, Pisces experiences deep emotions. However, unlike Scorpio, Pisces tends to internalize these emotions making it difficult for others to interpret their moods. This natural internalization may be why many Fish feel misunderstood much of the time.
Sensitive, compassionate and loving, Pisces loves helping those less fortunate. Interestingly, Pisces is more likely to show the stronger, more forceful side of her nature when defending a loved one than she would when defending herself.
Pisces is the twelfth sign, the final sign, of the zodiac, and is associated with the twelfth astrological house. The twelfth house is ruled by, originally, Jupiter—the King of Gods, and Neptune—Ruler of the Seas. These two planets bring unique energies for Pisces. This is the house of the unconscious, the house of reckoning. This is the house to meditate in. This is where you come to ask life’s big questions, and then ruminate on the answers. It makes sense why Pisces is never fully checked-in, if you know what I mean.
This is a negative, feminine sign, which means it is odd-numbered and receptive.
Pisces is a mutable sign. He is very much a go with the flow kinda fish. He’s not gonna make waves…pun intended.
Pisces is part of a select group, the Bicorporeal Signs Group. This is where all the cool kids are at. Along with Pisces, Gemini and Sagittarius play here. Bicorporeal, or Double-Bodied, means the sign has two symbols. Gemini has the Twins, Sag has the Archer and the Horse, and Pisces has the two Fish. Having two signs—and speaking from experience, ahem—signifies a dual nature. If the sign is near the seventh house, the sign may have more than one marriage. If it is near the Fifth house, the sign may produce twin offspring. That’s fun, eh?
Let’s see what Debra Silverman has to say about them:
So talk to me. What do you think of Pisces? Do you swim with Fish?
Next up ~ The Loving Pisces