Taurus – The Bull

Taurus – April 21st until May 21st

Aries: The Ram

Origin: The Egyptian Horus was the Bull of Heaven, and a White Bull was sacrificed in Babylon at The New Year to Placate Ramman, The God of Thunder and Lightning.

Ruling Planet – Venus
The Bringer of Love


Body Area Ruled By Taurus
The Throat & The Neck

Gemstone Associated With Taurus

Keywords: Patient Reliable Warm-Hearted Greedy Jealous Possessive.

Basic Personality: Possesiveness can be shown in many different areas of life, and is indeed one of the worst faults of Taurus. The partner for example could become another possession, so remember don’t be to stubborn.
You will find that the mind will work methodically, carefully, and decisively. Taureans will build a steady life for themselves, both personal and career. You will often find that the Taurean has a soft and gentle voice, you will often find that their shoulders are for crying on. They make wonderful friends.

Taurus is the first of the 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 is the keyword. They will want to get to the finish line and they will want to do this in style.
There is no lack in 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 remembers the ones that have helped them out.
Taurus belongs to the Earth element and you will find that these signs will build anything and everything. They are known as the builders of the zodiac, from rooms to houses to whatever is they are working on.

Tarot Card

The Hierophant (V), in some decks named The Pope, is the fifth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It is used in-game playing as well as in divination

Depiction: The Hierophant is seen seated on a throne between two pillars symbolizing law and liberty or obedience and disobedience. He wears a triple crown, and the keys to Heaven are at his feet.

Meaning: Hierophant stands for tradition and convention. It can represent marriage in an arranged setup. It can also mean a teacher or counsellor who will help in learning/education of the querent.

Upright card (keywords): Education, Learning, Marriage, Religion, Seeking counsel or advice, Spiritual guidance, Tradition
Reversed card (keywords): Abuse of position, Breakdown, Poor counsel, Rejection of family values