Pisces in Astrology


Pisces (constellation)

This zodiac constellation lies west of Aries and east of Aquarius. Pisces contains a loosely-space galaxy, along with many clusters of young stars and science shows that more stars continue to form. Discovered by Pierre Mechain in 1780, this constellation consists of many popular stars such as Al Rischa and Revati. It’s even been host to a supernova, which birthed a star with the mass of eight suns. This constellation meets with our sun between March 15 and April 14, hence the well-known astrology and horoscope dates.

Pisces (astrology)

Pisces is the Latin term for Fish in plural. Based on the astrology of the Zodiac constellations, the people who were born under this star are referred to as a “Pisces” and they have a specific set of characteristics that apply to most of them.

Many believe that the time at which we were born shapes a part of our personality, and though scientists often tend to argue this fact, these characteristics are usually precise.

If you were born under Pisces, read some of the characteristics below to see how much it sounds like you:

Pisces is a symbol for two fish, which symbolically means water. This makes Pisces a water type, meaning a Pisces is the type of person to relax, and just go with the flow.

Though a Pisces enjoys being right, he or she won’t cause confrontation. In fact, the person may avoid it at all costs. Even if he or she cares about the issue, it might not be worth it to the Pisces to fight.

The two fish represent the ups and downs that come with being a Pisces. It can mean good luck or bad luck. This is double-sided because when a Pisces has good luck, it lasts for a long time. However, when vicissitudes hit the Pisces, it goes by the same rules. The good and bad events rarely happen one-at-a-time for a Pisces.

Interesting Pisces Facts:

They can quickly “absorb” information and pick up on complex material. Most have a photographic memory, which allows them to transpose to a world of information when they need it. Their dream-like reality is a great power; a Pisces will do well in a creative setting.

A Pisces is very sympathetic and empathetic to the helpless. They feel fulfilled by helping the ones who need it most. A Pisces is the type to adopt and save stray animals, or become a nurse or doctor.

A Pisces may not fight about minor things, but they do have a knack for deception. Their lack of desire to argue sends the message that a Pisces is a pushover, and that’s not true. If someone or something makes a Pisces deeply unhappy, run for the hills.

Pisces are also known for their charm and strength. They are very observant and have a keen attention to detail; it’s hard to surprise a Pisces.

Famous Pisces:

• Chuck Norris 73
• Adam Levine 34
• George Washington (1732-1799)
• Albert Einstein (1879-1955)