And yes, that is a unicorn.
Scorpio season compels us to dig deep into our psychological underworld -- the creative depths of the Self -- and examine what needs to be destroyed to make way for the new.
How the antagonist in John Milton’s epic poem aligns with the astrological archetype of water sign Scorpio.
There is duality and deception aplenty inside the cryptic symbols of Pisces, from the glyph to the constellations’ opposite swimming fish. And those illustrations, working in accordance with this mutable water sign’s inherent intangibility and planetary potentates, reveal yet another unfamiliar and mysterious, though explicitly indispensable aspect of Pisces.
The symbol of the Water Bearer, which consists of a human figure pouring out liquids from a vase or jug, has for some unknown reason led people to think of Aquarius as a water sign. Detached Aquarius is not a water sign, it is an air sign, so all that emotional association needs to go... Continue Reading →
Each and every zodiac sign has been associated a constellation, a ruling planet, and an element. All three of those corresponding objects can illuminate the misinterpreted temperaments and characters of the twelve zodiac signs – Capricorn is no exception. The Goat (or more accurately, the sea goat), Saturn and tales from the Greek tombs, in... Continue Reading →
Sagittarius is one of the few zodiac signs whose glyph and myths accurately represent and explain the sign’s mutable motivations, but there are additional factors including the fire sign’s ruling planets and element which also play an integral part, and once you crack the not-so-difficult code of those illustrations, you can begin to truly and... Continue Reading →