If you’re interested in your sign, chances are you want to know some cool facts about your horoscope. Here you will find fun facts not only about your own horoscope but your friends’ too!
Aries: Mar. 21 – Apr. 19
It might come as a surprise, but according to surveys, the fiery Aries is the most careful and patient driver, with the fewest traffic violations. Known as the Warrior of the Zodiac, their ruling planet is named after the Roman God of War, Mars.
This is why most Aries are determined, stubborn, bold, strategic, and self-centred. According to Trusted Psychic Mediums, Aries are adventurous, outgoing, and wild. They are also great companions, and their best adventurous partner is Leo.
Taurus: Apr. 20 – May 20
Taureans have been the most likely workers to earn $100,000 or more annually in a survey conducted to gauge how much each sign makes. Feeling good? There’s more. The Taurus Zodiac is ruled by Venus, named after the Roman Goddess of Love and Beauty.
Are you or a Taurean friend super ticklish? The mystery unfolded when it was revealed that Tauruses are more sensitive to touch and feel exceptionally ticklish. Tauruses are also great champions of tradition and convention; thus, the Tarot card associated with this Zodiac is the High Priest or the Hierophant.
Gemini: May 21 – Jun. 20
Due to Mercury’s influence, Geminis are so intelligent that NASA launched a space capsule named Project Gemini after the intellectual star. They have been nicknamed the Zodiac’s social butterflies as their bubbly and fun personality makes them an easy-going interaction.
Gemini June birthstones are moonstone and pearl, while the May birthstones are agate, chalcedony, and emerald.
Cancer: Jun. 21 – Jul. 22
The Cancer constellation is the dimmest of all constellations and is impossible to be seen with the naked eye. Cancerians are observed to be very happy when they feel prioritized by others. They look for joy in family, friends, food, and excellent finances. For a Cancerian looking to get lucky, 4 and 6 may very well be your best friends. These numbers are lucky for Cancers because it is the fourth sign in the Zodiac and its symbol appears to be two sixes.
Leo: Jul. 23 – Aug. 22
Leos are recorded to be twice as likely to hit the gym compared to other signs. They also may not be reported for the clumsiest sign, but they boast an astronomical amount of damage claims in dollars in vehicle insurance.
Ever wondered where the Lion symbol for Leo emerged from? The vicious Nemean lion was killed by the Greek hero Heracles as his First Labor.
Leos are surrounded by luck, with Sundays as their lucky days and Diamond and Amber as their lucky stones.
Virgo: Aug. 23 – Sept. 22
As shocking as it might be, a hiring manager for a language training company included a discriminatory job listing saying Virgos need not apply, citing them to be “feisty and critical.”
The most known characteristic of Virgo is attention to detail. They value security and would instead think things through then take risks. The most interesting fact, perhaps, is that Virgos are incredibly gifted with skills relating to nature such as gardening, cooking, deep-diving, making fires, and navigation.
Ever wondered what the most common birth date is? Yes, it is in the Virgo season, more accurately, on Sept. 9.
Libra: Sept. 23 – Oct. 22
Considering how focussed and organized Libras tend to be, their perfection is best sampled by this: They make up the bulk of billionaires on the Forbes’ List of Billionaires.
Libra is the only sign represented by an inanimate object rather than a person or animal. It is represented by the Scales symbol, based on the Scales of Justice usually held by Themis, the Greek personification of divine law and custom.
Scorpio: Oct. 23 – Nov. 21
Most American Presidents have been Scorpios, including the current, making up an astounding total of five Scorpio presidents. They are known for their drive and ambition, represented by 22 influential world leaders from Scorpio. Traditionally, Mars was the ruling celestial body of Scorpio but has since become Pluto.
Sagittarius: Nov. 22 – Dec. 21
Sagittarians are more likely to succeed as showbiz stars at a young age.
The shortest day in the Northern Hemisphere and the longest in the Southern, known as the December solstice, falls in Sagittarius half the time. Interestingly, the center of our Galaxy, the Milky Way, is also found in the western parts of the Sagittarius constellation.
In 1977, a loud radio signal, “Wow, signal!” was recorded from outer space came from the direction of Sagittarius and since then has become a support to research extraterrestrial life.
Capricorn: Dec. 22 – Jan. 19
The symbol of Capricorn has hoofs of a mountain goat and the tail of a fish, symbolizing its ability to ascend from the deepest depths to the highest heights. Be warned, though, Saturn, Capricorn’s ruling planet, is often referred to as the “planet of Karma.’
Ever thought about which is the least common sign for births? It is Capricorn, as it’s believed to be the busiest time to conceive!
Aquarius: Jan. 20 – Feb. 18
Out of all the Formidable athletes’ lists, an astonishing 21 percent of people have Aquarius as their sun or moon sign.
Aquarius’s ruling planet, Uranus, is the strangest as its moon spins backward and the North Pole faces the sun, laying the foundation for Aquarius’s eccentricity. It’s also a sign of contradictions because once it was ruled by Saturn, the planet of tradition, restriction, and discipline.
Pisces: Feb. 19 – Mar. 20
Pisces is often known as the March Zodiac because most Pisces days fall in that month. Pisces achieve the most fulfilling, wholesome, and balanced emotional relationships.
We live in the Age of Pisces, which means the sun rises before the Pisces constellation during the Vernal Equinox. The Pisces symbol represents an exciting myth: Venus and her son Cupid transforming into two fish bound by a cord to evade a ferocious monster.