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.Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Pisces"
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 […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Sagittarius"
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The mutable water sign is hard to pin down– good thing Cosmic is basically a pincushion…Read more "PISCES: the omega"
First rule of thumb with a Water Bearer: don’t expect anything except the unexpected…Read more "AQUARIUS: the variable"
We know that Capricorn is a boulder of reliability, a person that more frenzied signs and hectic families can always count on, and we know that they’re loyal and capable of handling any obstacle, personal or professional that gets in their way without the slightest complaint. But Capricorn is above all else, concerned with their reputation, and how the world sees them…Read more "CAPRICORN: The Climb"
Archers are a bunch of high-spirited, independent optimists turbo-charged with a desire to experience and explore all the curios of information that exists in their world. You don’t know big until you know Sagittarius…Read more "Sagittarius: the wildfire"
Everything you could ever want to know about the fixed water sign.Read more "SCORPIO: The Shroud"
Looking for the low down on Libra? Well, look no more.Read more "LIBRA: The Parity"
If you’ve been yearning to know more about Virgo, then I’ve got the book for you.Read more "VIRGO: The Utility"