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The Astrological Sun Sign
Pisces

The Astrological Sun Sign Pisces GlyphWhen reading the Pisces Personality Profile below, keep in mind that it is a generalization of the various influences at work during the time The Sun was passing through that Sign.

When the positions of the heavenly bodies at the time of birth are known, their influence can be further defined to add greater insight into the positive and negative effects they can produce.

In order to get this information, we recommend a Natal Chart be developed specifically for an individual. Real accuracy is only obtained by charting the exact positions of the heavenly bodies, at the precise month, day, time, and city, an individual was born.

This information provides an enlightening "specific" Personal Profile, which can be studied, referred to, and acted upon, throughout the individuals life.

Pisces Personality Profile

Pisces Characteristics

This sign governs the feet of the Grand Man, or Microcosm. It is a phlegmatic, nocturnal, common, effeminate, watery sign, and the negative pole of the Water Triplicity. The higher attri­butes are emotion and silence. The Sun enters the sign on or about the 22nd of February, and departs from it on or about the 21st of March.

The Sun on entering the sign should be given six days before coming into full touch and action with the influence of the sign. A person born between the dates of the 22nd and the 28th of February would not receive the full central results of the sign's individuality, as he would be born when The Sun was on the edge of the sign. This is known as "The Cusp." Its nature and impulses partake of the sign The Sun has just passed through and out from, and the native will also partake of the attributes of the sign of the Zodiac The Moon is located in at the time of birth. This is called the Metaphysical Sign of Understanding.

These people have a deep, hidden love-nature, and are always anxious to give of their abundance to all who need it. They are natural lovers, and their realm is the kingdom of the soul. They rarely look for dishonesty; on the contrary, they are prone to have too much confidence in the words and promises of those they love. They are very loyal to their friends, and will defend them whether right or wrong. It is almost impossible for the average Pisces person to acknowledge a flaw in the person cared for. These are the peo­ple who will deny themselves the absolute comforts of life to further the interests of relative or friend.

These are also the people of quick attractions and equally quick repulsions, though they are gener­ally too kind to let their aversions be seen. They are very fond of beautiful things in nature and art, and among them are to be found excellent art critics, artists, and writers. They have a limpid purity of style when properly educated, which re­sembles the clear, blue, shimmering water that is their native element. When writing, they always have an eye to the placidly picturesque.

These Pisces people are also very mag­netic, and some splendid healers are to be found among them. Their gift seems to be the peculiar and sacred one of lay­ing on of hands. In this beautiful work their great desire to help often causes them to give too much, and consequently to deplete and injure themselves. These people are rarely satisfied with giving. They will empty their pockets and spend all the vital force they have on hand, and then fret because they have not done more. Those born under this sign do not demand quite so much as they give; if they did they would be the most diffi­cult people on earth to live with.

They are naturally very honest and clean-minded, and the Pisces woman is easily dis­gusted with anything coarse or common. In marriage they become very unhappy if the relation is degraded into a merely sexual one. This sign governs the feet, but it leads those born under it into clean, clear places, unless they yield themselves to its temptations and inherent weak­nesses.

These people are fond of re­sponsibility, and can usually be relied on to fill acceptably places of trust. Those who have been trained to methodical business habits make excellent brokers, account­ants, cashiers, and bookkeepers.

There are very few egotists to be found among Pisces people. In fact, in many instances, they are abnormally deficient in self-esteem, and this causes them to appear awkward, and sometimes leads to the belief that all the world is against them, and it is of no use to try to keep up in the race with others. They have a deep religious feeling, and because of their great persistency and natural loy­alty, they cling to an early belief or a creed, even when they are very much shaken as to its correctness. When they do change they are apt to excuse them­selves by saying it is not so different after all from what they had previously believed.

There is an innate modesty of both old and young born under this sign.

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