Aries – The Ram

Aries – March 21st until April 20th

Aries: The Ram

Origin: The Ram first appeared for the first time in Egypt, alternating as a gooses head, other than this the origin is unknown.

Ruling Planet – Mars
The Bringer of War


Body Area Ruled By Aries
The Head

Gemstone Associated With Aries

Keywords: Adventure Energetic Pionerring Quick-Witted Selfishly Urgently

Basic Personality: You will find that The Ram is full of determination and you will often find that this determination will kick in when Arians are thrown a challenge. Sometimes The Ram will be al ittle quick to jump in and often learns the hard way.
You will also find that The Ram likes to be number one, likes to achieve in everything they set their mind to.
Arians are often very selfish, making them hard to live with which will certainly pop up from time to time in all areas of life.

Aries is the first of the four cardinal signs of the zodiac.
Cardinal signs are Aries Cancer Libra & Capricorn. 
Cardinal Houses are 1st 4th 7th and 10th House.
Cardinal Signs are the initiators of the Zodiac, the ones that get things done, though sometimes these do not always make it to the end.
Cardinal people are normally pushy, never slacking, and have a zest for life. They have a lot of energy and can be domineering at times.
Cardinal people are always wanting to win and you will find most of them very clever and you will also find them self-centered at times.
Aries belongs to the fire element and you will often find that Fire Signs (Aries Leo Sagittarius) and fiery indeed, but you will also find that they can be very creative and have a great zest for life.

Tarot Card

The Emperor (IV) is the fourth trump or Major Arcana card in traditional Tarot decks. It is used in game playing as well as in divination.

Depiction: The Emperor sits on a ram-adorned throne, a symbol of Mars. He holds an ankh scepter in his right hand, and a globe, symbol of domination, in his left. The Emperor sits atop a stark, barren mountain, a sign of “sterility of regulation, and unyielding power”.

Meaning: This card is suggestive of stability and security in life. You are on top of things and everything in under your control. It is your hard work, discipline and self control that have bought you this far. It means that you are in charge of your life now setting up your own rules and boundaries.

Upright card (keywords): Authority, Father figure, Law and order, Leadership, Power, Promotion
Reversed card (keywords): Control freak, Immaturity, Lack of discipline, Loss of authority, Manipulative friends