Neptune, the planet of dreams, subconscious worlds, spirituality, and compassion, rules Pisces. This mutable water sign regulates the feet in astrology, and the feet are a symbol of our spiritual path and return to the divine, which is exactly what this astrological season is about.
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This may seem weird, but the energy of Pisces brings with it a tremendous sense of selflessness. Pisces' sign, which depicts two fish swimming in opposite directions, has numerous interpretations, but it is ultimately a reflection of its infinite duality. One fish depicts the spiritual dimension's evolving spirit, while the other represents the physical world's person. This astrological season is here to remind us that Pisces is a symbol of both god and humanity.
Remember, we are spiritual beings having a human experience, and we have no choice but to surrender to the cosmos, despite the ambiguity, haziness, uncertainty, and lack of physical evidence that comes with it. I've said it before, but just because we can't see something doesn't mean it isn't there, and Pisces season is here to teach us that.
With that in mind, now is the time for you to relax, regroup, fantasize, connect with your intuition, and find spiritual closure. As I previously stated, this is our way back, but before you try to expedite the process, give yourself a pat on the back. I don't know about you, but it's been a long journey since last spring. Fortunately for you, Pisces season is a safe haven for us.
You are not better than anyone else, and no one else is better than you. We've all come from the same heavenly source, and it's time for us to return home.
Are Pisces really spiritual?
The psychological features of mystic Pisces are often linked to their ruler Neptune, the spiritual planet. They're the cosmos' empaths, highly perceptive and psychic. Their power comes from their ability to feel deeply and connect with others in a manner that no one else can. “As a result, they make excellent chameleons, able to get along with a wide range of individuals and find a way to flow with whatever life throws at them,” astrologer Rachel Lang explains. “They're gracefully durable and flexible,” says the author.
“Pisces make excellent chameleons, able to get along with a wide range of people and adapt to whatever life throws at them.” Rachel Lang, astrologer
Pisces are also recognized for being extraordinarily selfless and nurturing, which adds another layer to their talent of connecting. On the other hand, if they don't believe that the love they give is reciprocated, they may play the victim card. Pisces, despite their amazing intuition, has a hard time distinguishing between good and bad people because they prefer to see the best in everyone. This optimism can sometimes lead to them being drawn into relationships that aren't beneficial to them, which can lead to codependency issues.
Why is Pisces so special?
The 12th and final sign of the zodiac calendar is Pisces. It is ruled by the planet Neptune and is symbolized by a pair of fish (as well as Jupiter). Pisces, like Scorpio and Cancer, is a water sign; nonetheless, Pisces is known for being more relaxed and amiable than the other water signs. Water signs, on the other hand, are noted for having strong emotions and being “wishy-washy” at times.
Pisces personalities are recognized for being one of the most empathic zodiac signs, and they will go to great lengths to ensure the happiness of those around them. They're also creative, and they employ their great imaginations to come up with concepts that few others would.
When things don't go their way, these giving souls can get gloomy, and their generous attitude makes them readily used by less selfless sorts. If they've been hurt too many times, Pisces can become emotionally locked off. Pisces, on the other hand, are generally sympathetic, considerate, and sensitive to their own and others' feelings.
Justin Bieber, Elizabeth Taylor, George Harrison, and Jack Kerouac are all notable Pisces.
Do Pisces have powers?
Best characteristics: Pisces are not only intelligentthey are also emotionally intelligent, and their imaginative abilities are unrivaled in the zodiac. Their imagination has the power to change the world and inspire others to reach their full potential. Pisces are skilled in persuading the emotions as well as the mind, unlike Aquarians, who know they are correct and are waiting for you to recognize it as well. They are the ultimate influencers (to use a modern term) and never have to put on a show to gain admiration. Their enchantment is genuine and unreplicable, no matter how hard they try.
Worst characteristics: Because Pisces' inclination is to dissolve boundaries, asserting one's own can be challenging. They have such a high capacity for empathy that they soak up other people's thoughts and priorities like a sponge (empath much?). But it's too late by the time they realize they haven't asked for what they need, and their attitude can shift on a dime. At their worst, they can go to extremes, and with their vivid imaginations, it's simple for them to turn a minor mistake into a major conflict. They can easily deceive others because they are prone to lying to themselves.
Best careers: As the zodiac's visionaries, Pisces thrive in artistic or humanitarian sectors. Visual artists, musicians, fashion designers, nonprofit organizers, politicians, and even religious leaders are frequently among them. They inspire people because they believe so firmly in what they do, and they can inspire loyalty from followers or admirers across generations.
As a companion: Pisces companions are natural healers, and there is no greater shoulder to cry on when you just need to vent. Even if they have no direct experience with the problem at hand, they provide the greatest advise. Their knowledge, imagination, and sensitivity combine to make them absolute experts, and their viewpoint is highly valued. Not only that, but they are the epitome of cool without trying, and they always seem to know about the best music, plays, and TV shows before they become mainstream. Pisces, on the other hand, are never snobs; they are delighted to share their foresight with anybody in their inner group.
As a parent, Pisces parents have a Ph.D. in temperamental temperaments and know how to control them naturally (because they are often the moodiest people they know). This understanding makes them uniquely qualified to guide children through the difficult adolescent years. Because Pisces can be perfectionists, they will set high expectations, but they will always have their children's backsand their children will know it.
As a partner: Pisces are dedicated spouses who quickly slip into the role of caregiver. They are reclusive and take a long time to warm up to large groups of people, yet they enjoy staying up late talking to their friends. They can be immensely attractive as a sign of glamour, even after decades of being together. Pisces are deep and intricate, and their partners may feel as though they are always on the verge of fully understanding them. It makes no difference if they never get there; the fun is in the attempting.
No one knows about these hidden qualities: Because the Pisces archetype is dreamy and fluid, it's frequently surprising when they come at you with cold analysis. But don't underestimate the Piscean mind's acuity; remember, they're visionaries, which means they see things no one else can. You may not have anticipated their input, but you'll soon find it was spot-on.
Why is Jesus a Pisces?
We've been in the astrological sign of Pisces since February 20th, so everyone you know who is a Pisces will be celebrating (or has recently celebrated) their birthday soon!
If you're seeking for the ideal birthday present for a Pisces in your life, naming a star after them in the Pisces constellation could be the answer.
If you're thinking about naming a star in the Pisces constellation, here are some science and mythology facts to help you out!
Pisces is symbolized by two fish swimming in opposite directions, one to the north and the other to the west. A cord connects the two of them.
The two fish are thought to be the Greek goddess Aphrodite and her son, Eros – however we'll get into how those two came to be identified with the two fish later.
Pisces is located in the Northern Hemisphere's first quadrant and encompasses a wide V-shaped territory. Despite being a huge constellation, it is difficult to notice due to the large area it spans and the dim stars it contains. While the month of Pisces is in late winter/early spring in the Northern Hemisphere, it is only visible in the very early phases of autumn in the Northern Hemisphere.
The brightest star in Pisces is Eta Piscium, also known as Alpherg or Kullat Nunu. It's 294 light-years away from Earth and 316 times brighter than the sun.
The ‘Van Maanen's' Star, named after Adrian van Maanen, a Dutch astronomer who discovered it in 1917, is likewise seen in Pisces. It is the 31st closest star system and the closest solitary white dwarf to the sun, at only 14.1 light-years distant. (The practice of naming a star appears to date back many years.)
Surprisingly, the Hubble Space Telescope discovered a pair of dwarf galaxies dubbed Pisces A and Pisces B within the constellation. After monitoring the two, researchers discovered some intriguing information: they travelled to a nearby group of galaxies throughout time, speeding up the pace of star creation.
What the galaxies Pisces A and Pisces B can show us about what dwarf galaxies looked like in the past.
But why is Pisces associated with two different kinds of fish? To grasp this, we must return to the ancient Greeks and a fable from the past.
Legend has it that the mythological events surrounding this constellation occurred near the Euphrates River. This suggests that the story was modified from an even older story passed down from the Babylonians to the Greeks. But let's get back to the story.
The Olympian Gods had won the battle. Even though the Titans had been defeated, there were still people plotting their demise while the Gods sat safely.
Typhon, son of the Titan Tartarus, and Gaia, enraged by the Olympians' actions, set out to exact ultimate vengeance and finally overthrow the Olympians.
Typhon was the most terrifying creature the earth had ever seen; he was so dangerous and strong that even Gods were afraid to confront him.
Typhon came saw Aphrodite and Eros (Venus and Cupid in Roman mythology) as they were wandering along the Euphrates River.
Despite the fact that many other people died as a result of the Typhoon, the Olympians emerged victorious.
Zues set the fish among the stars to commemorate the victory, and they became the constellation of Pisces.
That's a fascinating story. However, there's an intriguing tale about Pieces that suggests a 2000-year-old cover-up!
Some believe that the constellation Pieces may hold the answer to Jesus Christ's identity!
According to one idea, the Christ image may not have emerged from a Jewish Rabbi speaking in Galilee, but rather from pagan astrology.
According to one theory, Jesus was born as an avatar of the Pisces constellation, a figure who was supposed to represent the movement of the sky at the commencement of the Age of Pisces. The activities of the early Christians, who utilized the fish as a symbol of Jesus, provide evidence for this.
It's worth noting that, while intriguing (and divisive), it's quite unlikely that this is the case. So, why does the fish figure appear so frequently in early Christian art?
Because early Christians were persecuted, they couldn't openly declare their faith. As a result, a fish was utilized as a symbol for Jesus. This is because ICHTUS, the Greek word for fish, stands for Iesus CHristos Theou Uios Soter, which means ‘Jesus Christ Son Of God the Saviour.'
So there's no big conspiracy here; just a misunderstanding of symbol origins and what they mean to different communities at different eras.
So there you have it: some fascinating facts about Pieces! Let us know if you decide to dedicate a star, name a star, or adopt a star for a particular Piesces in your life on our social media!
Also, if you live in the UK, don't forget that Mother's Day is coming up in less than a week! (11th of March, 2018)
Are Pisces psychopaths?
Pisces is a sensitive and caring sign. They can't be emotional psychopaths, but they're prone to being duped by others. They will tolerate mistakes and give in to the expectations of others.
What monster is Pisces?
Pisces is the first sign of the zodiac and represents the mind. The Mind Flayer is undoubtedly the most powerful psychic beast in the D&D universe, thus it's only fitting that it represents Pisces, the most psychic of all the zodiac signs.
Some Pisceans have obsessive tendencies, which can be used to focus totally on capturing a scene in the greatest possible way. Because photographers work with a variety of settings and with a variety of subjects, their work can be as varied as needed to keep a Pisces' attention.
A Piscean's passion for photography might take them all over the world, allowing them to indulge in another of their hobbies – travel. This profession allows you to pursue your artistic desires and interests while also earning a living.
Keeping with the artistic spirit, a career in music is an option. This can include a wide range of roles, which can be chosen based on a Pisces' overall personality. Songwriting may appeal to you in particular because it allows you to express yourself creatively and expressively.
A talented singer or musician born under the sign of Pisces might benefit from the supervision and guidance of a manager, as they may lack the organizational skills and motivation needed to succeed in the music industry.
Nurse or Carer
Pisceans are known for their excellent social skills and ability to sympathize with others. This qualifies them for a career in the medical field. They have a great bedside manner and find it simple to connect with their patients because of their compassion and desire to help others.
Pisceans are more likely to notice medical changes in their patients that require treatment because they respond effectively and swiftly to changing situations.
A Pisces will be a supportive and easygoing coworker, especially in a high-pressure environment like healthcare, in addition to delivering exceptional, compassionate care to their patients.
A Pisces working in the medical field can benefit from their empathy, but they must be careful not to over-empathize, as they may mistakenly take on other people's concerns as their own.
Working in the charity sector allows Pisceans to put their empathy and compassion skills to use for a good cause.
A Pisces will show great dedication and passion for their work if they believe their efforts will aid others in need. It's critical to find the suitable function inside a philanthropic organization. The flighty and imaginative style of a typical Pisces will not be suited to menial employment or routine duties.
Many roles at a non-profit organization are low-paid, but a Pisces will find fulfillment in doing work that helps others and may be willing to forego a high pay in exchange for career happiness.
One of a Pisces' strongest characteristics is the ability to communicate effectively and empathize, both of which are required for success as a counselor. As a result, they are ideal candidates for swiftly establishing a rapport with their clients.
Despite their own struggles with motivation, many Pisceans are excellent at encouraging others, which is especially important when they are assisting clients.
Because they may struggle with the emotional side of their employment, a Piscean counselor must ensure that they have enough professional support and opportunities to decompress.
A Pisces should be able to readily connect with customers, demonstrating genuine interest and excitement for offering excellent service. They will take pride in knowing that they have actually assisted a customer in locating what they require.
When it comes to closing sales, a Piscean salesman may find themselves at the top of the leaderboard, having used their natural persuasive abilities rather than the hard-selling approaches used by some of their colleagues.
What is Pisces favorite color?
Pisces: Yellow is a fantastic color for them. The delicate perceptions of an evolved Piscean are jarred by bright and vivid colors. White is a timeless classic.
Is being a Pisces Rare?
Each house has its own emblem, giving Pisces a total of 12 the most of any Zodiac sign. Only 5.2 percent of the world's population is born under the sign of Pisces, making it one of the rarest zodiac signs on the globe.