Signs of the Zodiac

Western astrology divides the year into 12 astrological signs of equal length based on the Earth’s path around the Sun and their positions on the celestial sphere. Theses 12 zodiac signs are:

Aries (March 21st – April 20th)

When it comes to Aries it is all about independence. They can be very childish though, and … (read more)

Taurus (April 21st – May 21st)

People born born under the sign of the Taurus tend to be extremely sensitive, and often … (read more)

Gemini (May 22nd – June 22nd)

Geminis are very interesting individuals and therefore tend to have lots of friends. While it may seem like … (read more)

Cancer (June 23rd – July 22nd)

The crab symbolizes this sign, and it is very appropriate. Similar to the crab, people born under this sign … (read more)

Leo (July 23rd – August 22nd)

The lion is truly the best animal to symbolize the sign of the Leo. They have a very strong character and like to be … (read more)

VirgoVirgo (August 23rd – September 22nd)

Virgos are extremely organized people, but not always in the way you would think. Since they mostly … (read more)

LibraLibra (September 23rd – October 22nd)

The scales are a fitting symbol for Libra. When it comes to the sign of the Libra, it’s all about  … (read more)

ScorpioScorpio (October 23rd – November 21st)

When it comes to relationships, Scorpios can be very jealous and possessive. They are however very … (read more)

SagittariusSagittarius (November 22nd – December 21st)

Sagittarians are a complex combination of positive and negative traits with an overriding sense of … (read more)

CapricornCapricorn (December 22nd – January 19th)

The zodiac sign of the Capricorn means a lot of different things, and it is often associated with an … (read more)

AquariusAquarius (January 20th – February 18th)

The eleventh sun sign, Aquarius, has a very significant humanitarian side to them. Aquarians are … (read more)

PiscesPisces (February 19th – March 20th)

The twelfth sign of the zodiac, Pisces combines a lot of the personality traits and characteristics of … (read more)