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 […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Aquarius"
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 […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Capricorn"
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"
Astrological glyphs can be exceptionally confusing things. Or they can be nuggets of gold that reveal the primal motivations and behavioral background of each sign. Scorpio is one of those signs whose symbols can be both exceptionally confusing and informatively rewarding, but only when you cover every base, and leave no stone unturned. As with […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Scorpio"
Glyphs can tell you a lot, but myths, elements, planets and those pesky pictographs can tell you even more (as long as you stay on the lookout for symbolism and congruency). So I’m going to make sense of some Greek figures of myth, while concurrently examining the qualities of Libra’s constellation and ruling planet, in […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Libra"
The astrologically associated Virgo Virgin is a perplexing and ambiguous symbol. The maiden can mean many different things. Taken in its most basic and blatant interpretation, the Virgin simply represents virginity. Now, anyone who knows, loves, or lives alongside a Virgo can argue that their modern maiden, is anything but virginal. They are not unstained, […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Virgo"
Ever wonder to yourself: What does that swirling symbol of Leo really mean? Learning about the fundamental behaviors of the zodiac signs can be accelerated when you look beyond the surface, and explore the specific symbols that were chosen to represent each astrological figure. For Leo, there is the deviously direct animal symbol of the […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Leo"
Unlike the majority of the other zodiac signs, Cancer doesn’t have a particular Greek myth or mythic figure that explains the emotional entrails and significance of the sign. In fact, the only epic entity that has long since been associated with this sign is Mother herself. This sign rules the chest, breasts, stomach and womb. […]Read more "The Glyph and Myths of Cancer"
Throw away any and all preconceived notions you have regarding the split nature of Gemini, because they are simply not true – at least, not entirely true. No one can possess more than one personality, but their personality can be fluid thus leading people to believe more than one exists. Gemini’s astrological symbol is a […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Gemini"
Inside Taurus there is a visceral philosophy which lays the foundation of all of their actions and motivations. And this inner ethos can be recognized in the earth sign’s glyph.Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Taurus"