Pisces Horoscope Feb 19 – Mar 20
Pisces Horoscope – The Sign Of The Fish
The animal associated with your sign is the fish, actually two fish swimming in different directions symbolising the inner tensions of the Pisces sign. The Twelfth sign of the zodiac.
Element is Water.
Positive Key Characteristics
- Imaginative and sensitive
- Compassionate and kind
- Selfless and unworldly
- Intuitive and sympathetic
Negative Key Characteristics
- Escapist and idealistic
- Secretive and vague
- Weak-willed and easily led
Mythology & History Of Pisces Horoscope
According to one Greek myth, Pisces represents the fish into which Aphrodite and her son Eros transformed in order to escape Typhon. The colour of choice for Pisces is soft seagreen. Your star stone (not birthstone) is the precious Moonstone and your ruling planet is Neptune.
Signs Most Compatible With Pisces Horoscope
The four most compatible signs with Pisces are Taurus, Cancer, Scorpio and Capricorn. Less compatible are Aries, Gemini, Leo, Libra, Sagittarius and Aquarius. Variable signs for Pisces are Virgo and other Pisces signs.
Famous People Born Under Pisces Horoscope
Inventor, Alexander G. Bell, Actor, Peter Fonda, Artist, Michelangelo, Singer, Liza Minnelli and Prince Edward were all born under the Pisces sign.
Pisces! About Your Sign
Pisceans possess a gentle, patient, malleable nature. They have many generous qualities and are friendly, good natured, kind and compassionate, sensitive to the feelings of those around them, and respond with the utmost sympathy and tact to any suffering they encounter. They are deservedly popular with all kinds of people, partly because their easy-going, affectionate, submissive natures offer no threat or challenge to stronger and more exuberant characters. They accept the people around them and the circumstances they find themselves in.
Their natures tend to be too otherworldly for the practical purposes of living in this world as it is. They sometimes exist emotionally rather than rationally, they also dislike disciple and confinement.
Pisceans tend to withdraw into a dream world where their qualities can bring mental satisfaction and sometimes, fame and financial reward for they are extremely gifted artistically. They are also versatile and intuitive, have quick understanding, observe and listen well, and are receptive to new ideas and atmospheres. They may count among their gifts mediumistic qualities which can give them a feeling that their best work comes from outside themselves.
They are never egotistical in their personal relationships and give more than they ask from their friends and most Pisceans would want a relationship in which the partner’s mind and spirit rather than the body resonated with their own. Unfortunately they can be easily misled by a lover who courts them delicately and in marriage makes them unhappy by a coarser sexuality than they expected. They are nevertheless intensely loyal and home-loving and will remain faithful.
In their employment they are better working either by themselves or in subordinate positions. Their talents are individual in a commercial business or similar undertaking. They would be afraid to manage more than a small department, worrying always that they would fail in a crisis. They can make fair secretaries and bookkeepers.
Their sympathy equips them for work in charities catering for the needy, as nurses looking after the sick and as veterinary surgeons caring for animals. Many architects and lawyers are Pisceans, and when the creative abilities are combined with gifts of imitation and the ability to enter into the feelings of others, Pisceans find their fulfilment on the stage. Their psychic and spiritual qualities can lead them into careers in the church or as mediums and mystics. They may find an outlet for their creativity as caterers, and are said to make good detectives because they can imagine themselves in the place of criminals and understand how their minds would work. Because of their lively versatility and inability to concentrate overmuch on any one project, Pisceans often simultaneously follow more than one occupatio