Modern Ruler: Neptune
Traditional Ruler: Jupiter
Anatomy & Illnesses: Feet, the immune system, anemia, blood deficiency, iron levels., exhaustion. The feet hold the burden and weight of the rest of the body and ultimately take you where you want to go.
The Pisces glyph is made up of two crescent moons joined in the middle, representing two fish swimming in different directions, but bound in the middle.
Pisces is a faint but large constellation depicting two fish swimming in opposite directions with their tails tied together. The brightest star, Al Rischa, forms the knot where the fish are bound. In both the northern and southern hemispheres, Pisces is best seen at midnight in the midheaven when the Sun is in Virgo during August and September.
- As the last of the 12 zodiac signs, from the heavenly plane of Aquarius, Pisces represents the return to the oceanic womb.
- isces represents endings but also the seeds of new beginnings.
- Pisces is about collective feelings, especially the depths of the past in which all experiences are contained and available to be drawn from.
- As an archetypal energy, Pisces is identified with saviours, martyrs, saints, victims or sinners.
- Pisces has an instinctive urge to ‘swim’ back to a divine source and needs the imaginative and creative freedom to follow this bliss.
- Pisces is easily overwhelmed, affected, swamped or dismembered by other influences and is prone to losing a sense of ego or identity.
- The Pisces energy is extremely changeable and chameleon-like, and is able to take on many disguises.
- Pisces can intuit the invisible, understand the unfathomable and empathize with all experiences.
Escapist, compassionate, imaginative, sensitive, perceptive, deep, mysterious, mystical, spiritual, idealistic, intuitive, understanding, emotional, sympathetic, sacrificing, unrealistic, misunderstood, deceptive, illusory, altruistic, chameleon like.