February 20 - March 20
Pisces' Planets: ♆ Neptune, ♃ Jupiter.
The constellation Pisces (Latin name Pisces) lies between Aquarius and Aries and is the concluding sign of the Zodiac circle. It carries spring with it: the point of the vernal equinox lies in Pisces.
The star constellation of Pisces includes interesting astronomical objects, such as the closest known single White Dwarf to Earth, named Van Maanen's Star. The nature of White Dwarfs is amazing: with an ultra-compact size (100 times smaller than the diameter of our Sun), the density of a White Dwarf is a million times greater than that of "normal" stars!
Other noteworthy objects in the Pisces constellation include the star Alrisha (translated from Arabic as "The Cord"), which is a binary star, as well as one of the brightest carbon stars, TX Piscium, which has a menacing dark red color.
Astronomers and astrologers usually divide the Pisces constellation into the Northern Fish (under Andromeda) and the Western Fish (between Aquarius and Pegasus). Therefore, in astrological tradition, the constellation is typically depicted as two fish tied together with a cord.
Pisces Months: February, March
Pisces is the 12th and last sign of the zodiac, closing the zodiac cycle. The Sun enters this sign on February 19 or 20 and stays in it, depending on the year, until March 20 or 21.
Pisces Season: Winter
Pisces is the third winter sign, but in essence, it's a transitional sign: at this time, nature breaks the border between winter and spring. Nature is actively awakening from its winter slumber - the days become longer than the nights, the air is warmer, the ice on the river is breaking, snow is melting, and rivers and streams are filling with water. Everything is changing in the world, and you need to be able to adapt to these changes to embrace all the best they bring. Nature has endowed Pisces, born at this time of year, with a philosophical perception of life: external changes do not affect them, they always remain true to themselves.
Pisces Element: Water
The element of Water endows richness of the inner world and delicacy of perception. In astrology, three zodiac signs fall under the changing water element: Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces.
As a water sign, Pisces are perceptive, responsive, emotional, have a fine sense of the mood of others, and are capable of empathy. The inexhaustible power of Water helps Pisces to be flexible and to easily navigate life's obstacles. The energy of Water is an energy of renewal, purification, rebirth, and change; under the influence of Water, Pisces possess a relentless imagination and rich creative potential.
Pisces Ruling Planet: Jupiter, Neptune
Jupiter in astrology is a bountiful, generous planet that gives people joy, support, protection, and creative potential. Jupiter's motto is: "I enjoy!". The ruling planet Jupiter generously measured luck and well-being for Pisces, primarily - spiritual and emotional well-being. Jupiter prompts Pisces to tune into the joyful rhythm of nature, live in harmony with the world and themselves, approach life lightly and philosophically. However, often Pisces' emotional balance easily attracts material goods to them like a magnet, which is also the result of Jupiter's influence on their horoscope.
The planet Neptune is responsible for everything changing, illusory, and unexplored in the world, nature, and human life. Neptune's motto is: "I believe!". In the horoscope of Pisces, the planet Neptune manifests itself in all its mysterious charm, endowing them with amazing intuition, developed imagination, abstract thinking, the ability to appreciate beauty, and philosophical depth.
Pisces Color: Various shades of blue, green, and purple, including dark blue and the color of the sea wave.
Pisces Metal: Tin.
Pisces Talisman Stone: Aquamarine, coral, jadeite.
Opposite and complementary sign to Pisces in the Zodiac circle: Virgo.
Geographical Places Most Corresponding to Pisces
Countries, places, and cities with similar energy, where Pisces may feel at home.
Countries: Côte d'Ivoire, Gambia, Ghana, Guadeloupe. French Guiana, Portugal, Dominican Republic, Taiwan, Tunisia. Regions: Sahara, Calabria. Normandy.
World cities: Alexandria, Santiago de Compostela, Regensburg, Seville.