Pisces – The Fish

Pisces – 19th February until 30th March

Pisces The Fish

Origin: The earliest appearance of the fish is in the Babylonian Zodiac. It was originally called the Constellation with Two Tales. It symbolised the River Tigris.

Ruling Planet – Neptune
The Mystic

Element
Water

Body Area Associated with Pisces
The Feet

Gemstone Associated with Pisces
Moonstone

Keywords: Sensitive Compassionate Kind Selfless Escapist Idealistic Deceitful

Basic Personality: Pisces often find it hard to face reality. They believe what will be will be. You will often find that they will not commit to anything or they will take the line of least resistance. 
You will find the Pisceans have a very colourful imagination, and when this is displayed in a positive manner, it is an enormous asset to Pisces.
Self-deception is one of the worst faults of Pisces, which just underlines the deceitful side of this sign.

Pisces is the last of the four mutable signs of the zodiac. 
Mutable signs are Gemini Virgo Sagittarius and Pisces.
Mutable Houses are 3rd 6th 9th and 12th House
Mutable signs tend to go with the flow and are very adaptable to what is ever around them.
Mutable folks like to conform as long as they are helping others. They are very much like the chameleons of the zodiac.
Mutable signs enjoy learning, play fair and are diplomatic and normally well liked by other people.
Piscess belongs to the water element.  You will find them to be intuitive and sensitive. They often feel things more deeply than others. They can be very emotional and nurturing and like a river they can run very deep. You will find that they will base everything on a strange sense of logical rather than intellect. You will also find that they can be very compassionate and understanding.

Tarot Card

The Moon (XVIII) is the eighteenth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It is used in game playing as well as in divination.

Depiction: A full moon (with a crescent within), twin pillars, two dogs/wolves howling, a stream that runs to the ocean, a crayfish emerging out of the water.

Meaning: The Moon is a card of illusion and deception, and therefore often suggests a time when something is not as it appears to be. Perhaps a misunderstanding on your part, or a truth you cannot admit to yourself.

Upright card (keywords): Deception, Difficult period, Fear, Hidden things, Insecurity, Mental confusion
Reversed card (keywords)Insomnia, Mysteries unveiled, Release of fear, Unhappiness, Unusual dreams