Compassionate & Imaginative Pisces
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Compassionate & Imaginative Pisces

Astrology Horoscope Pisces

February 19th ~ March 20th

Originated from formation of Babylonian constellations, Pisces are often associated with the symbol of two fishes swimming in opposite direction and are known for their gentle, compassionate, malleable nature.

History

Pisces is associated with the Greek God & Goddess, Aphrodite and Eros.
Aphrodite is the goddess of love, pleasure, beauty, and procreation. Eros is the god of love. Both was presented in Greek mythology after the battle of the Giants when Zeus has defeated Cronus, his father, and the children of Gaia, the mother earth. In revenge for the death of her children, Gaia gave birth to Typhon, the most destructive, horrendous monster that cause massive destruction towards Olympian the home of gods. As the gods transform themselves to hide away from the deadly monster, Aphrodite and her son, Eros, leaped into the ocean and transformed themselves into twin fish to escape. To prevent separation from each other, they tie themselves together with a rope.

Characteristics & Traits

Pisces are rich in emotions and compassionate. Being imaginative as they are, Pisces can be very creative with great ideas. Since they are rich in emotions, they sometimes can be oversensitive or indecisive.

Art

In Shawli’s Fantasy Astrology Horoscope collection, different horoscopes are drawn according to the colors that are associated with the star sign. As for Pisces, the common known colors are sea green, silver, and lavender.
In the art, the coral reefs floats along the currents beneath the beautiful ocean, reflecting their natural diverse shimmering colors from the sunlight above. Two mermaids ties to each other with strand of pearls, illustrating the elegant unison of Pisces in their symbolic form of fish.

The art is available for purchase in art prints, puzzle, and postcard in S♥Boutique online store.





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