Learning about zodiac signs could be fun. While there are a lot of people who do not believe in zodiac signs; some find the predictions undeniable. Whichever of either type you are, given below is a list of all zodiac signs for you along with their signs, dates, meanings and symbols. Oh, and you can name a star after someone at www.starregister.org from their respective constellations. It makes for a unique gift.

  • Aries (21st March – 19th April): Aries is a cardinal, fire sign. Their symbol is the ram which signifies their dynamic nature. People born under this sign can be aggressive and self-centered. But they are also direct, independent and very brave. Aries are born with a natural talent for leadership.

  • Taurus (20th April – 20th May): Taurus is a fixed, earth sign. They are known to be one of the most receptive people. Their symbol is the bull, which means they are tenacious and enduring folks. But at the same time, they are also possessive and materialistic.

  • Gemini (21st May – 20th June): Gemini is a mutable, air sign. Their symbol is the twins, which speaks volumes about the personality of the Gemini. Gemini is agile and independent, and they love being social! But they are also somewhat superficial.  

  • Cancer (21st June – 22nd July): Cancer is a cardinal, water sign. The crab symbolizes it. Nature of the crab is truly fluid like water. Cancer is often perceived as a needy sign, but it is because they are capable of giving love and care and expect the same in return. But they can be a bit too dependent.

  • Leo (23rd July – 22nd August): Leo is a fixed, fire sign. It is symbolized by the lion and considered to be the king of the zodiac. Leo is ruled by the sun and is therefore, considered the feistiest zodiac sign of all. They can be quite playful & fun, but at the same time, they are also dominating and stubborn.  

  • Virgo (23rd August – 22nd September): Virgo is a fixed, earth sign. Its symbol is the virgin. Virgo people are modest, and humble; they do not like drawing too much attention towards themselves. They are also very responsible & dutiful. The problem is, they can be too critical, and they are prone to overthinking as well.

  • Libra (23rd September – 22nd October): Libra is a cardinal, air sign. Their symbol is a balance. And that is what their personality is like; they want justice and equality. Libras adore everything that is beautiful and they cannot handle chaos.  

  • Scorpio (23rd October – 21st November): Scorpio is a fixed, water sign. A scorpion, the deadly reptilian symbolizes them. They are very emotional; however, try and cross them and you’ll have to deal with their wrong side. Unevolved Scorpios can be vindictive & paranoid.

  • Sagittarius (22nd November – 21st December): Sagittarius is a mutable, fire sign. It seems like they are the luckiest sign you can ever come across. They are also very ambitious and optimistic. When a Sagittarius lacks a purpose; nonetheless, they can be quite lazy and irresponsible.  

  • Capricorn (22nd December – 19th January): Capricorn is a cardinal, earth sign. Sea-goat symbolizes it. Capricorn is great at devising strategies and they never fail at life. They are also patient. They can be cynical and pessimistic; they can also be unpredictable but not in a good way.

  • Aquarius (20th January – 18th February): Often confused for a water sign, Aquarius is fixed, an air sign. Symbolized by a water-bearer, Aquarius is one of the most generous signs you will ever come across. Almost all Aquarius people end up having a humanitarian cause; paradoxically, they can also appear emotionally detached.

  • Pisces (19th February – 20th March): Pisces is a mutable, water sign. They are intuitive folks, almost appearing mystical to other people. Compassion is their key trait. But their relationships can often become toxic because of their unrealistic expectations.

I hope you find our zodiac guide helpful! Let us know in the comments below!

About the Author:

Currently a student of Management Sciences, in his final years, Luke Wood is passionate about outdoor activities. He takes up outdoor projects in his leisure time to accompany his studies. He regularly writes blogs at starregister.org.

 

 

Published by Charlesa Gibson