Aquarius – Water Carrier

Aquarius – 21st January until 18th February

Aquarius The Water Carrier

Origin: The Egyptian God Hapi watered the earth from two jugs and sometimes he is known as The God with Two Streams.

Ruling Planet – Uranus
The Magician


Body Area Associated with Aquarius
Circulation Ankles Shins

Gemstone Associated with Aquarius

Keywords: Friendly Honest Humanitarian Loyal Contrary Perverse Unemotional Independent

Basic Personality: Aquarians have an original idealistic streak, but saying this, they must not let this rule to much as this can lead to perverseness which in turn could upset other people.
They must realise that they can be very stubborn and this is one trait that they must keep under control. Aquarians, really loose hope and will always look at the world through rose-coloured glasses, even though they will see a different picture to everyone else.

Aquarius is the last of the four fixed signs of the zodiac.
Fixed signs are Taurus, Leo, Scorpio & Aquarius
Fixed houses are 2nd 5th 8th and 11th House.
Fixed Signs are understanding signs where steadiness it the keyword. They will want to get to the finish line and they will want to do this in style.
There is no lack of confidence with these signs. Self-reliance, powerful, and very purposeful.
Fixed people move patiently and steadily towards their goals. They are very reliable and always remember the ones that have helped them out.
Aquarius belongs to the air element and these individuals like to communicate and you will often hear them on the radio giving a detailed view of what happened and what they think about it as well. You will often find that Air signs are like a fresh summer breeze and then like a howling hurricane.

Tarot Card

The Star (XVII) is the 17th trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It is used in-game playing as well as in divination.

Depiction: A naked woman kneels by the water with one foot in the water, and the other on the land. Above her head, a star shines out. In each hand she holds a jug, from one jug she pours a liquid into the water and from the other jug she pours a liquid onto the land.

Meaning: When the Star card appears, you are likely to find yourself feeling inspired. It brings renewed hope and faith and a sense that you are truly blessed by the universe at this time.

Upright card (keywords): Astronomy, Good health, Hope, Inspiration, Opportunities, Spirituality

Reversed card (keywords): Despair, Disappointments, Illness, Missed opportunities